WORD             Align on 2-byte boundary                          Align Type

segname   SEGMENT   WORD

Specifies that a segment is to begin at a memory address that is an
exact multiple of 2, that is, the least significant bit is 0 (Also
called a word boundary).

Notes:     The actual start address is not computed until the
program is actually loaded.  It is the Linker's
responsibility to insure that the correct memory
boundary is used.

See also: BYTE
See also: PAGE
See also: PARA

WORD Align on 2-byte boundary