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|Look up sail in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.|
A sail is any type of surface intended to move a vessel, vehicle or rotor by being placed in a wind.
Sail or SAIL may also refer to:
Derived from the traditional meaning of sail
- Windmill sail, the wind-catching panel or cloth section that provides power to a windmill
- Sail (hieroglyph), an Egyptian language determinative
- Sail (submarine), the tower-like structure on the topside of submarines
- Sail (anatomy), a fin-like extension from the back of some animals
- South Atlantic Inter Link, a submarine cable connecting Cameroon to Brazil
- Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
- SAIL programming language, created at Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
- Shuttle Avionics Integration Laboratory, a facility at Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas
- Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL), India's largest steel maker
- RDF4J's Storage and Inference Layer, RDF4J's database implementation, home to RDF repositories
- Sail, Pekanbaru, a subdistrict of Pekanbaru, Riau, Indonesia
- SAIL High School, a public high school in Tallahassee, Florida
- Sail (Lake District), a hill in the English Lake District
- Sail (letter), a letter of the Ogham alphabet
- "A Sail", a poem by Mikhail Lermontov
- Sail (novel), a 2008 mystery novel by James Patterson
- Sails (album), an album by Chet Atkins
- "Sails" (song), a 1969 song by Elton John
- "Sail" (song), a 2011 song by AWOLNATION
- Chevrolet Sail, a hatchback car
- SAIL Amsterdam, nautical event
- Sails.js, a web framework for the node.js runtime environment.
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