Canoe (noun)

  1. A narrow boat with pointed ends and an open top, propelled by paddles, typically used for recreational or sporting purposes.
  2. A small open boat with a pointed bow and stern, propelled by paddles or small outboard motor.

Origin:

The word "canoe" comes from the carib word "kenu" which means dugout. it was first recorded in english in the 16th century.

Examples:

  1. We rented a canoe to explore the lake.
  2. He built a canoe out of wood and canvas.
  3. The canoe glided smoothly through the water.
  4. The canoe was filled with water and capsized.
  5. The canoe trip was a great way to see the natural beauty of the area.
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