manrope [man-rohp] Word Origin noun Nautical.

  1. a rope placed at the side of a gangway, ladder, or the like, to serve as a rail.

Origin of manrope First recorded in 1760–70; man1 + rope British Dictionary definitions for manrope manrope noun

  1. nautical a rope railing

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