The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby, what kind of a row

Could you please tell me the meaning of "row" in the following passage of the chapter Seven of The Great Gatsby?

“Wait a minute,” snapped Tom. “I want to ask Mr. Gatsby one more question.”

“Go on,” Gatsby said politely.

“What kind of a row are you trying to cause in my house anyhow?”

They were out in the open at last and Gatsby was content.

“He isn’t causing a row.” Daisy looked desperately from one to the other. “You’re causing a row. Please have a little self control.”

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fight/ argument