(ôr, ōr) noun. Nautical. A long, thin, usually wooden pole with a blade at one end, used to row or steer a boat, dayung, pengayuh (perahu, sampan, as appropriate); /get, put, shove, etc/ one’s oar in, (colloquial) meddle, masuk campur: she's always putting her oar in, dia suka masuk campur; rest on one’s oars, berehat.
(ôrʹfĭsh´, ōrʹ-) noun. plural oarfish or oarfishes. A widely distributed marine fish (Regalecus glesne) having a slender, silvery body up to 11 meters (36 feet) in length, a bright red dorsal fin along its entire length, and an undulating motion in swimming resembling that of a snake, ikan dayung
(ôrzʹmən, ōrzʹ-) noun. Nautical. A man who rows, especially an expert in rowing; a rower, pendayung, pengayuh (perahu).
noun. skill in rowing, kemahiran mendayung.