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A wale is a plank around the outside of a ship.
Wale or WALE may also refer to:
- Wale (rapper), rapper affiliated with Maybach Music
- Charles Wale (1765–1845) English General and the last British governor of Martinique
- Gregory Wale
- Henry John Wale (1827–1892) English author, soldier and church minister; son of the general
- Matthew Cooper Wale
- Thomas Wale, Cambridgeshire gentleman
- Samuel Wale (died 1786) English historical painter and book illustrator
- Thomas Wale (Knight of the Garter) (1303–1352) English soldier and founder Knight of the Garter
Radio and television stations
- WALE-LD channel 17, a television station in Montgomery, Alabama, United States
- WBHU 105.5 FM, a radio station licensed to St. Augustine Beach, Florida, United States, which held the call sign WALE in 2014.
- WALE (defunct) 990 AM, a radio station licensed to Providence, (& later Greenville) Rhode Island, United States that held the WALE callsign from 1989 until April 1, 2014.
- WHTB 1440 AM, a radio station licensed to Fall River, Massachusetts that held the callsign WALE until 1989
- Wale, welt or wheal, a type of skin lesion
- Wale, a term used to express cord width for corduroy materials
- Wale, a nautical term for any of the strakes (longitudinal planks) that make up the side of a wooden ship. In merchant vessels of the era of sail the wales were the thickest planks, which were placed opposite the lower hold-beams, whose fastenings went through them.
- HSwMS Wale, Royal Swedish Navy destroyer "Wale", see List of destroyers of the Royal Swedish Navy
- Wales (disambiguation)
- Whale (disambiguation)
- Wail, a French village and commune
- Wael, Arabic surname
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