stemson

stem·son

 (stĕm′sən)
n. Nautical
A piece of supporting timber bolted to the stem and keelson at their junction near the bow of a wooden vessel.

stemson

(ˈstɛmsən)
n
(Nautical Terms) nautical a curved timber scarfed into or bolted to the stem and keelson at the bow of a wooden vessel. Compare sternson
[C18: from stem1 + (keel)son]
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