windlass (plural windlasses)

  1. (nautical) A type of winch, fitted with a gipsy for hauling chain cable, or a drum for rope.
  2. (nautical) An apparatus in which horizontal or vertical drums or wheels are operated by means of a steam engine, pneumatic engine, hydraulic engine, or electric motor for handling heavy anchor chains, hawsers, etc. (FM 55-501).

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