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'''Caudica'''<ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=ymINAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA263&amp;lpg=PA263&dq=caudica+latin&source=web&ots=RkLttWVOfz&sig=re6S_X49GGMunrBcpzG4tDK5Zg0&hl=en&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=1&ct=result ''Alfred the Great: The Truth Teller, Maker of England, 848-899'' By Beatrice Adelaide Lees Stevenson] '''Asser'', p.322 The mediaeval latin "caudica" meant a boat formed from a single hollow tree-trunk, like an Indian "dugout."'</ref> sive '''cumbula'''<ref>''Oxford Latin Dictionary'': "Cumbula: a small boat; Plin. Ep.8.20.7"</ref> vel '''scapha'''<ref>[http://facwebwww.furmanjosephsusanka.edu/~dmorgan/lexiconcom/silva.htm An Online Dictionary of Modern Latin Terms] ''.boat canoe scapha, cymbula; - vi scapham impello; go -ing scapha gestor (Lev.)<br />.boat canoe, dug-out / Einbaum: linter monxyla [Plin. N.H.]; alveus -- Kanu: caudica [Gell.]; lembus caudiceus [Auson.] (Helf.)''</ref> est [[linter]] quidam parvus, plerumque [[remus|remis]] acta, etsi nonnumquam [[velum|velo]] vel [[motrum|motro]] citata. Caudicae generatim acutae [[puppis|puppi]] [[prora]]que sunt. Etiam tegi possunt.
 
Viribus humanis citatur, et remis saepe duobus remiges usi sunt, remorum enim numerus a magnitudine caudicae dependet. Remiges sellis carinae iunctis sedentes vel ad carinam ipsam adnitentes ad cursum aspiciunt. Motus quoque contrarius ad cursum effici potest, si remis in columbariis fixis remigantur. Remi una vel duabus aciebus sunt.
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