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ar·row

 (ăr′ō)
n.
1. A missile having a straight thin shaft with a pointed head at one end and often flight-stabilizing vanes at the other, meant to be shot from a bow.
2. Something, such as a directional symbol, that is similar to an arrow in form or function.
v. arrowed, arrow·ing, arrows
v.intr.
To move like an arrow.
v.tr.
To shoot with an arrow: arrowed a deer.

[Middle English arwe, from Old English.]

arrows

(ˈærəʊz)
n
(Games, other than specified) (functioning as singular) Brit an informal name for darts

Arrows

See also weaponry.

a crossbowman. Also arcubalist.
A form of divination in which marks or words are placed on arrows which are then drawn from a quiver at random.
1. pertaining to archery.
2. resembling an arrow; sagittate.
shaped like an arrowhead, especially plant leaves shaped like elongated triangles.