aweather

a·weath·er

 (ə-wĕth′ər)
adv.
To the windward side.

aweather

(əˈwɛðə)
adv, adj (postpositive)
(Nautical Terms) nautical towards the weather: with the helm aweather. Compare alee

a•weath•er

(əˈwɛð ər)

adv., adj.
upon or toward the weather side of a vessel; toward the wind (opposed to alee).
[1590–1600]
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