Word:

Quay

n.1.A mole, bank, or wharf, formed toward the sea, or at the side of a harbor, river, or other navigable water, for convenience in loading and unloading vessels.
v. t.1.To furnish with quays.
Noun1.Quayquay - wharf usually built parallel to the shoreline

QUAY, estates. A wharf at which to load or land goods, sometimes spelled key.
     2. In its enlarged sense the word quay, means the whole space between the first row of houses of a city, and the sea or river 5 L. R. 152, 215. So much of the quay as is requisite for the public use of loading and unloading vessels, is public property, and cannot be appropriated to private use, but the rest may be, private property. Id. 201.

To see many ships docked at the quay, signifies fulfilment of your wishes. To see many ships being unloaded while you stand on the quay, foretells that you will take a long ocean voyage.anchorage, anchorage ground, basin, berth, breakwater, bulkhead, dockage, dockyard, dry dock, embankment, groin, harbor, harborage, haven, jutty, landing, landing place, landing stage, levee, marina, mole, moorings, port, protected anchorage, road, roads, roadstead, seaport, seawall, shipyard, slip
Translate Quay to Spanish, Translate Quay to German, Translate Quay to French
Browse
Quaternity
Quateron
Quatorzain
Quatorze
Quatrain
Quatre
Quatrefeuille
Quattrocento
Quatuor
Quatuorviri
Quave
Quavemire
Quaver
Quaverer
quavering
quaveringly
-- Quay --
Quay Financial Software
Quayage
Quayd
Que
Que est mesme
Que estate
Que obstruit aditum
Que sentit commodum
Queach
Queachy
Quean
Queasily
Queasiness
Queasy
Quebec
Quebec Bridge
Definitions Index: # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

About this site and copyright information - Online Dictionary Home - Privacy Policy