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/kəˈno͞o/,
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canoes, plural;
  1. Travel in or paddle a canoe
    • - he had once canoed down the Nile
Noun
  1. A narrow, keelless boat with pointed ends, propelled by a paddle or paddles


  1. small and light boat; pointed at both ends; propelled with a paddle
  2. travel by canoe; "canoe along the canal"
  3. A canoe (North American English) or Canadian canoe (British English) is a small narrow boat, typically human-powered, though it may also be powered by sails or small electric or gas motors. Canoes usually are pointed at both bow and stern and are normally open on top, but can be decked over (i. ...
  4. Canadian Online Explorer (commonly CANOE or Canoe.ca) is a bilingual online news and information site from Canada.
  5. Canoeing is an outdoor activity that involves a special kind of canoe. When exactly a canoe can be called a kayak is difficult to determine though, and often arbitrary. ...
  6. (Canoês) The Kanoé people in the region of the Igarape Omere and south or west of Rondônia, in Brazil, near the border of Bolivia.
  7. A small long and narrow boat, propelled by one or more people (depending on the size of canoe), using single-bladed paddles. The paddlers face in the direction of travel, in either a seated position, or kneeling on the bottom of the boat. ...
  8. (Canoeing) The only safe section for canoeists downstream from Clearwater Lake is around The Horseshoe meander bend. There is a put-in at Alice Creek and a take-out at Deer Creek, both on the Clearwater Valley Road. ...
  9. (Canoeing (n)) The practice of delaying the game by discussing side topics, especially scouting and/or canoeing but also including SCA, work, and other games.
  10. (Canoeing) This effect can result from several things. This term is used to describe a laminated paper that turns up on opposite corners. For example if the upper right and lower left corners turn up it might look like a canoe.
  11. (Canoeing) When a cigar burns unevenly or at an extreme angle, producing a “canoe-like” ash in which a section of the wrapper does not ash. To prevent this, it helps to rotate the cigar often and let it rest. Biting down too hard on your cigar can affect the draw and may also cause canoeing.
  12. (Canoeing) When one side of a cigar burns faster or slower than the other often creating a “canoe” effect, not to be confused with tunneling
  13. To paddle a canoe on a calm stream, denotes your perfect confidence in your own ability to conduct your business in a profitable way. To row with a sweetheart, means an early marriage and fidelity. To row on rough waters you will have to tame a shrew before you attain connubial bliss. ...
  14. An open craft with pointed ends that is propelled with a single-bladed paddle. Also called an “open boat.”
  15. a narrow, light weight boat moved with paddles
  16. Broadly speaking, any paddle-propelled craft with two pointed ends, which includes kayaks. But the word is often used to mean a Canadian canoe.
  17. [Kanu, das] A canoe usually describes a double ended boat of slender beam and is most often associated with native inland inhabitants of the north American continent. ...
  18. the primary mode of water transportation for the Coastal and Plateau Indians. Dugout canoes in the Pacific Northwest were constructed by hand or by burning out the inside of a tree trunk.
  19. The uneven, one-sided burn of a cigar. This is caused by sub-standard rolling, improperly placed filler, uneven humidity, or poorly fermented raw materials.
  20. Usually floats, has two seats, three thwarts, and can be carried by one toter. Canoe Outpost canoes can hold two people and three little kids or two people and a pile of camping gear. Canoe Outpost canoes don't carry oversized coolers. ...
  21. Every time I used the word "canoe," my parents chimed in, "Can you canoe?" with goofy smiles. For a long time, I believed puns were an awkward family secret, something they'd invented.
  22. a construction element of modern three-point hydroplanes, including sponson, chines, and air trap full length from bow to stern, molded as one piece.
  23. A canoe symbolizes your life journey or a stage on that journey. Being designed for water, which indicates spirituality, the dream is specifically about your spiritual journey. A canoe that is stuck indicates you have hit a block with regard to your spiritual journey.
  24. A human-powered watercraft for flatwater (calm water) or whitewater (rapids and rough water.) Can be open or decked. The paddler kneels or sits and uses a single bladed paddle to propel the boat.
  25. a generally lightweight narrow boat that usually has an open deck and is propelled manually through the use of a single bladed paddle. Solo canoes are designed for a single paddler in the center of the boat, while tandem canoes are designed for two paddlers (one at each end). ...