alow /əˈləʊ/

a

I. adverb

1.
‹archaic›
‹dialect› below; downwards.

cries came from alow and aloft.
2.
[Nautical]
‹archaic› on or near the deck of a ship.
– origin late Middle English: from a-2 ‘on’ + low1.

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