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From Old French harpon < Latin harpaga < Patrono:El[[Category:Patrono:El derivations|Harpoon]] ἁρπαγή (harpagē), hook) < ἁρπάζω (harpazō), to snatch away, to carry off, to seize, to captivate).

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Singular
Harpoon

Plural
Harpoons

Harpoon (plural Harpoons)
File:Whaling harpoon.jpg
  1. A spearlike weapon with a barbed head used in hunting whales and large fish.

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Infinitive
to Harpoon

Third person singular
Harpoons

Simple past
Harpooned

Past participle
Harpooned

Present participle
Harpooning

to Harpoon (third-person singular simple present Harpoons, present participle Harpooning, simple past and past participle Harpooned)
  1. (transitive) To hunt something with a harpoon.

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io:harpoon it:harpoon kn:harpoon ml:harpoon ja:harpoon pl:harpoon ru:harpoon fi:harpoon ta:harpoon te:harpoon vi:harpoon zh:harpoon

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