- noun (also waymarker) a sign forming one of a series used to mark out a footpath or similar route.verb identify (a route) with a waymark.
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Waymark — Way mark , n. A mark to guide in traveling. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
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waymark — ► NOUN (also waymarker) ▪ a sign forming one of a series used to mark out a footpath or similar route … English terms dictionary
waymark — UK [ˈweɪˌmɑː(r)k] / US [ˈweɪˌmɑrk] noun [countable] Word forms waymark : singular waymark plural waymarks British a mark put on a tree, wall, or other surface to show the direction that a path takes Derived words: waymark UK / US verb transitive… … English dictionary
waymark — noun a) A sign or symbol marked in a prominent position in an off road location to show the track of a footpath or route b) A map coordin … Wiktionary
waymark — Like a milestone, only to indicate the course of a track rather than its distance (Jer. 31:21, AV; ‘road markers’, NRSV; ‘signposts’, REB, NJB) … Dictionary of the Bible
waymark — n. a natural or artificial object as a guide to travellers, esp. walkers … Useful english dictionary
Thomas Waymark — (probably born 17 June 1705 at Mitcham, Surrey [ [http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/search/IGI/individual record.asp?recid=500152377071 lds=1 region=2 regionfriendly=British+Isles frompage=99 Thomas Waymark s likely birth record] ] [According to… … Wikipedia
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