Definition of Masthead. Meaning of Masthead. Synonyms of Masthead

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Definition of Masthead

Masthead
Masthead Mast"head`, n. (Naut.) The top or head of a mast; the part of a mast above the hounds.
Masthead
Masthead Mast"head", v. t. (Naut.) To cause to go to the masthead as a punishment. --Marryat.

Meaning of Masthead from wikipedia

- Masthead may refer to: Masthead (publishing), refers to the flag, banner or the name of a newspaper or periodical, its proprietors, publisher, etc., printed...
- In American usage, a publication's masthead is a printed list, published in a fixed position in each edition, of its owners, departments, officers and...
- The commissioning pennant (or masthead pennant) is a pennant (also spelled "pendant") flown from the masthead of a warship. The history of flying a commissioning...
- A masthead rig on a sailing vessel consists of a forestay and backstay both attached at the top of the mast. The Bermuda rig can be split into two groups:...
- international maritime signal flags on a ship from stemhead to masthead, from masthead to masthead (if the vessel has more than one mast) and then down to the...
- online game (MMO) set in the Fallout universe that was being developed by Masthead Studios and was to be published by Interplay, with members of the Interplay...
- Masthead from the edition of 25 December 1931 of the Radio Times, including the BBC motto "Nation shall speak peace unto Nation"...
- Masthead Island is a coral cay located in the southern Great Barrier Reef, 60 kilometres northeast of Gladstone, Queensland. The island is a protected...
- metropolitan area. Its slogan "Democracy Dies in Darkness" began appearing on its masthead in 2017. Daily broadsheet editions are printed for the District of Columbia...
- was rolled out from January, including the dropping of "Daily" from the masthead in February, which was later reversed. Roy Greenslade wrote in August 1999...
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