The midshipman's or British mariner's vocabulary: being a universal dictionary of technical terms and sea phrases used in the construction, equipment, management and military operations of a ship
Vernor and Hood, 1805 - 268 sider
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abaft anchor applied azimuth ballast beam belaying block boat boatswain bolt-rope bolts BOMB vessel boom bottom BOTTOMRY bowlines bowsprit BRAILS brigs buoy cable called cannon capstern carronades cask caulking CHARTER-PARTY close hauled cringle crooked timbers DEAD RECKONING deck direction distance DUNNAGE edge employed extended false keel fastened fixed fleet flukes fore fore-mast fore-sail forecastle formed furled futtock-shrouds gaff GIMBALS GYBING hammocks harbour hauled head head sails heaving helm helmsman hoisted holes hook implies iron keel ketch knot larboard lateen sails lower lower masts LUGGER main-mast main-sail mast mast-head MASTERS and COMMANDERS Mediterranean sea merchant ships meridian mizen name given Navy nerally oakum oars officer orlop particular passing piece of timber PINNACE planks port Post-captains prevent quarter-deck rection reef rigging rope round round turn rowers Royal Navy rudder running rigging sail sailors schooners SCUDDING SENNIT SEXTANT sheave sheets ship of war ship's course ship's side shipwrights shore shrouds situation sloops sort spliced square sails standing rigging stay-sails stem stern strop studding sails tack tackle taffarel tallow tiller top-mast top-sail transom TREENAILS tween union flag upper usually vessel wind windlass windward XEBEC yard yard-arms yarns YAWL