coaming

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coaming (plural coamings)

  1. (nautical) On a boat, the vertical side of above-deck structures, such as the coach roof, hatch, and cockpit.
  2. A raised frame, designed to deflect or prevent entry of water, around an opening (e.g., a hatch or skylight) in a flat surface, such as a roof or deck.

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