MEANING: noun: 1. A row of raked hay laid to dry in the wind before being baled. 2. A row of leaves, dust, snow, or other material swept together.
verb tr.: To arrange in a windrow.

ETYMOLOGY: From wind + row, from Old English row + raew. Earliest documented use: 1523.

WINEROW - a grape arbor

WINGROW - 1) reinvest the dividends in a good investment; 2) a line of planes on an aircraft carrier

WINDRAW - 1) success at poker; 2) mid-March weather