|sailor or navigator, seaman, seafarer; navigator||mariner|
|(Archaic) comrade, good fellow; sailor, cordial, affectionate; sincere, genuine, honest; enthusiastic; devoted; vigorous; healthy; abundant, loud and enthusiastic, overloud and overenthusiastic, sincere and enthusiastic, strongly felt, substantial and ...||hearty|
|(British Slang) disparaging nickname for a sailor or a seaman (used by those who live or work on land)||jacky|
|(British slang) sailor of low rank; seaman; stupid person||erk|
|(Slang) hostile and tough sailor, having the taste of salt; having salt added; sharp, shrewd; pertaining to the sea or life at sea, lively and amusing, of sea or sailors, tasting of salt||salty|
|Amerigo Vespucci (1451-1512), Italian navigator and explorer in whose honor the Americas were named||Vespucci|
|argumentative sailor||sea lawyer|
|attacking player in soccer team, device that strikes to tell time, mechanism that drives firing pin forward, sailor working to get technical rating, somebody on strike, worker who is on strike, participant in a labor strike; forward, player on the fron...||striker|
|be in charge of something, experimental, comprising a test; tentative, empirical, fly a plane; navigate, steer; lead, guide, direct, fly an aircraft, leader, machine guide, one who flies an aircraft; navigator, pilot light, run a trial, somebody steeri...||pilot|
|Captain James Cook (1728-79), English navigator and explorer; family name||Cook|
|characteristic of a sailor, befitting a seaman||seamanlike|
|characteristic of a sailor, befitting a seaman||seamanly|
|child, second-year naval cadet, young horse, youth, kid, child; young animal; young seaman (U.S. and British navies)||youngster|
|Christopher Columbus (1446?-1506), Italian explorer and navigator who discovered America in 1492; capital of Ohio (USA)||Columbus|
|clot, mass, lump; large amount (Informal); sailor (Slang); mouth (Slang), massive amount, Navy enlisted person||gob|
|clumsy and stupid person, awkward person; inexperienced sailor, landlubber (Nautical), clumsy or unintelligent person||lubber|
|clumsy sailor, inexperienced sailor; one who has little experience with the sea, one who lives and works on land||landlubber|
|cover with tar, dark thick substance obtained from wood and other organic substances (used in protective coatings and sealants); sailor (Informal), residue from tobacco smoke, smear or cover with tar, cover with asphalt, cover with pitch, thick black l...||tar|
|double-breasted wool coat, marijuana, marijuana cigarette, reefer jacket, refrigerated transport vehicle, refrigerator, sailor who reefs sails, short overcoat made of thick fabric; marijuana cigarette||reefer|
|Englishman, British man (Slang); British seaman||limey|
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