kayak – a light narrow boat that has both ends tapered to a point, is propelled by a double-bladed paddle, and often has a closed top except for an opening in which the paddler sits with the legs extended straight out in front ...
kayak (intransitive verb)
kayaker – (British English) a person who uses a kayakhttps://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/...
kayaker – (US English)
See kayakDeeply affected by the tragedy, he authored legislation that calls for mandatory life jacket wear for kayakers.https://www.lexico.com/en/definition/kayaker
kayak – A very light, slender, usually covered boat that has pointed ends and is propelled by a double-bladed paddle. Traditional Yupik and Inuit kayaks are made of skins stretched over a frame of wood or whalebone.
v. kay·aked, kay·ak·ing, kay·aks
To go, travel, or race in a kayak.
To go or travel on (a body of water) by kayak: kayaked rapids of the Colorado River.
[Inuit and Yupik qajaq.]