The original Old English plural handa was superseded in Middle English by handen , later hands. Indo-European "hand" words tend to be from roots meaning "seize, take, collect" or are extended from words originally meaning only a part of the hand such as Irish lam , Welsh llaw , cognate with Latin palma and originally meaning "palm of the hand". Meaning "manual worker, person who does something with his hands" is from s, hence "hired workman" s and "sailor in a ship's crew" s. Meaning "agency, part in doing something" is from s. Clock and watch sense is from s. Meaning "round of applause" is from
Both phrases refer to the action of pulling or hauling in a rope quickly and steadily, on a ship. Shipping was the most common form of transportation at the time and many nautical expressions found their way into the English language then. Usage: I nformal and formal, spoken and written British and American English. Idiomatic Meaning: Accomplish something usually making money quickly and continuously. One certainly is moving the hands on a length of rope to pull it in. In that cast the direction of the hands is one in front of the other. You have to make a fist to tighten your grip on the rope.
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