The slender, smooth stem of an arrow; hence, an arrow.
- The long narrow stem or body of a spear or arrow.
- A spear or arrow.
- A projectile suggestive of a spear or arrow in appearance or configuration.
- Informal A scornfully satirical comment; a barb.
- Slang Harsh, unfair treatment. Often used with the: The president of the airline really gave the unions the shaft.
- A ray or beam of light.
- A long thin object or part, as:
- The handle of any of various tools or implements.
- One of two parallel poles between which an animal is harnessed to a vehicle.
- A long, generally cylindrical bar that rotates and transmits power, as the drive shaft of an engine.
- Zoology The main axis of a feather, especially its distal portion.
- Anatomy The midsection of a long bone; the diaphysis.
- Anatomy The section of a hair projecting from the surface of the body.
- Architecture A column or obelisk.
- Architecture The principal portion of a column, between the capital and the base.
- A long, narrow, often vertical passage sunk into the earth, as for mining ore; a tunnel.
- A vertical passage housing an elevator.
- A duct or conduit for the passage of air, as for ventilation or heating.
- To equip with a shaft.
- Slang To treat in a harsh, unfair way: "He had been shafted by the press quite a bit” ( Frank Deford).
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അസ്ത്രം - Asthram ;അമ്പ് - Ampu ;കുന്തപ്പിടി - Kunthappidi ;സ്തംഭം - Sthambham ;കാമ്പ് - Kaampu | Kampu ;അമ്പ് - Ampu ;