cat rig


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cat rig

n. Nautical
The rig of a catboat.

[From obsolete cat, catboat.]

cat rig

n
(Nautical Terms) the rig of a catboat
ˈcatˌrigged adj

cat′ rig`


n.
a rig consisting of a single mast with a long boom set well forward and carrying a single gaff or jib-headed sail.
[1865–70]
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Noun1.cat rig - rig of a catboatcat rig - rig of a catboat      
rigging, rig - formation of masts, spars, sails, etc., on a vessel
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