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A rowlock (UK, pronounced /ˈrɒlək/) or oarlock (US) is a brace[disambiguation needed] that attaches an oar to a boat. When a boat is rowed, the rowlock acts as a fulcrum, and, in doing so, the propulsive force that the rower exerts on the water. — “Rowlock - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the Rowlock article. Oarlock is the male end and "Oar Socket" or "Oarlock Socket" is the female end of this assembly. — “Talk:Rowlock - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The term "Rigging" is used to describe how the boat is outfitted, including all of the apparatuses (oars, outriggers, oarlocks, sliding seats, etcetera) attached to a boat that allow the rower to propel the boat through the water. A slender pole which is attached to a boat at the Oarlock. — “Glossary of rowing terms - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org