Lee - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Lee* Note: This forms part of the RV rendering of two verbs,
(1) hupopleo, to sail under" (i.e., under the lee of), from hupo, "under," pleo, "to sail," Acts 27:4, Acts 27:7 (AV, "sailed under");
(2) hupotrecho, "to run in under" (in navigation), "to run under the lee of" (hupo, and a form hupodramon, used as an aorist participle of the verb), Acts 27:16, RV, "running under the lee of" (AV, "running under"). See RUN, SAIL.