Definition of orlop in English:

orlop

Syllabification: or·lop
Pronunciation: /ˈôrˌläp
 
/
(also orlop deck)

noun

The lowest deck of a wooden sailing ship with three or more decks.
More example sentences
  • Pamela made her way to the orlop where Matthews told her the pirate's booty was stored.
  • Reaghan was the last to drop into the orlop and close it's trapdoor.
  • Not when you were carried to the orlop deck full of king-sized splinters from cannonballs smashing through wooden hulls, I imagine.

Origin

late Middle English: from Dutch overloop 'covering', from overlopen 'run over'.

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