Lubber's hole

Definition of Lubber's hole

(Naut.) a hole in the floor of the "top," next the mast, through which sailors may go aloft without going over the rim by the futtock shrouds. It is considered by seamen as only fit to be used by lubbers.

See also: Lubber

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