/euh loh"/, adv. Naut.
1. below decks.
2. (on a square-rigged sailing ship) in the lower rigging, specifically, below the lower yards (opposed to aloft).
[1350-1400; earlier, downward, lower down, ME aloue; see A-1, LOW1]
/euh loh"/, adj., adv. Northern Brit. Dial.
ablaze; aflame.
Also, alowe.
[1150-1200; ME o loghe, a lowe; see A-1, LOW3]

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