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Author: Manwayring, Henry, Sir, 1587-1653.
Title: The sea-mans dictionary, or, An exposition and demonstration of all the parts and things belonging to a shippe together with an explanation of all the termes and phrases used in the practique of navigation / composed by Henry Manwaring ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The sea-mans dictionary, or, An exposition and demonstration of all the parts and things belonging to a shippe together with an explanation of all the termes and phrases used in the practique of navigation / composed by Henry Manwaring ...
Manwayring, Henry, Sir, 1587-1653.

London: Printed by G. M. for John Bellamy ..., 1644.
Notes:
Includes inferences to America.
Imperfect: some lower edges cropped.
Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library.
Subject terms:
Naval art and science -- Dictionaries -- English.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A51871.0001.001

Contents
title page
A Preface: Shewing the Scope and Ʋse of this Booke.
The State of a CHRISTIAN, lively set forth by an Allegorie of a Shippe under Sayle: Taken out of the Victory of Patience.
A
Aft, or Abast.
Aloofe.
Amayne.
Anchor.
Anchoring, or Anchorage.
Anchor stock,
Arme.
An Awning.
Axeltree.
B
To BAle.
Ballast.
Beake, or Beake-head.
Beame.
To Beane.
Beare in.
Beare-off.
Beare up.
Bedds.
To Belage.
A Bend.
To Bend, or Bent.
A Berth.
Berthing.
A Bight.
Bildge, or Buldge.
Bildg-water.
A Bittakle.
A Bitter.
A Bitter-end.
The Bitts.
Blocks.
Blowe.
Bluff, or Bluff-headed.
Bolt or Bolts.
A Bolt-roape.
Bolt-sprit.
A Bonnet.
A Boome.
Boord, or a Boord.
The Bowe.
Bowling.
A Bower.
Bowes, or to Bowse.
Bracketts.
Brases.
Brayles.
Breetch, and Breetching.
A Breize.
A Brest-fast.
Brest Roapes.
Brooming.
A Budge-Barrell.
Bulke.
Bulk-head.
Bunt.
Bunt-lines.
A Buoy.
A Butt.
The Buttuck.
C
A Cabell.
Caburne.
Calme, and be Calm-ing.
Be Calming.
To Camber, or Cambering.
The Cap.
Cap Squares.
The Capstaine.
Capstaine Bars.
A Card, or Sea Card.
Careene.
Carlings.
Carling-knee.
A Carriage.
A Carthrage.
Carnells.
Carnell-worke.
Case,
Case-Shot.
Casketts.
Catharpings.
Catt.
Catt-holes.
Caulke.
Chafe.
Chaines.
Chaine Walls.
A Chamber.
Channell.
Charge.
Chase.
Cheekes.
Cheteres.
Choake.
Clamps.
A Cleate.
Clewe.
Clew-garnet.
Clew-line
A Clincher.
To Clinche.
Clinching.
Cloathe.
Cloyde.
Coamings.
Coates.
Cocks.
The Collar.
The Combe.
Compasse.
To Cond, or Cun.
Cooke-Roome.
Cardage.
Cowneer,
Cowrse.
A Crabb.
A Cradle.
Craft.
Cranckc.
Creengles.
Cros-bar.
Cros-Jack.
Cros-peece.
Cros-trees.
Crow-feet.
Cubbridg-head.
Culver-taile.
Cut.
Cut-Water.
D
The DAvitt.
Dead men-eyes.
Dead-water.
Deck.
Deep-see-Lead.
Deep-see-Line.
To Disembogue.
To Dispert.
Dock.
A Drabler, Vide Bonnett.
Draggs.
Draught.
To Dregg.
A Drift-saile.
Drive.
Duck-up.
E
EAring.
To Ease.
An Eddy.
An Eddy-wind.
End for End.
Enter.
Entring-ladder.
Entring-roape.
Eyes.
Eylot-holes.
F
FAddom.
A Facke.
Fall-off.
Falls.
To Farthell.
Farthelling-lines.
The Fashion Peeces.
Fender-Bolts.
Fenders.
Fidd.
Fidd-hammer.
Fightts.
Fire-works.
A Fish.
The Fish-block.
The Fish-hooke.
The Fish.
Flaggs.
Flaire.
Floane.
Flood,
The Flooke.
Flote.
Flowe.
The Floore.
Flush.
The Flie.
To Free.
Fresh-shott.
The Fore-foote.
Fore-locks.
Fore-mast,
A Former.
Fore-Reache.
Fore-Saile,
Fore-Top-Mast,
Fore-Yard,
Foule.
Foule-Water.
Fownder.
Furr, or Furr'd
Futtocks.
G
GAge.
Gale.
The Garboord.
Gar-boordstrake.
The Garnett.
A Girding,
Girt.
Goaring.
Goose-wing.
Grapnells.
Gratings.
To Grave.
A Gripe.
To Gripe.
Grommets.
Ground and grounding.
Ground-timbers.
Gudgins.
To Gull.
The Gun-wale.
A Guye.
H
To HAle, or over-hale.
To Hall, or Halling.
Halliards.
Hand, or Handing.
A Hands peeke.
The Harpings.
Hatches.
Hatch-way.
The Hawses.
A Hawser.
The Head, Vide Beake-Head.
Head-lines.
Head-sailes,
Head-sea.
To Heave.
The Heele.
To Heele.
The Helme.
To Hitch.
To Hold-off.
Honey Combd.
The Hookes.
A Horse.
The Howld.
The Hownds.
Howlsom.
Howsing-in.
To Hoyse.
The Hull.
Hulling,
A Hullock.
I
The IEere.
The Jeere-Capstaine.
Iron-sick.
A Junck.
A Jury-mast.
K
To KEckle, or Keckling.
A Kedger,
To Kedge, or Kedging.
The Keele.
The Keele-roape.
Keel-son.
A Ketch.
Kewells.
Keenke.
A Knave-line.
Knees.
Kneetles.
The Knights.
Knittlidge,
Knotts.
L
To LAbour.
Ladder.
To Lade.
A Ladle.
Land-fall.
Land-locked.
Land-to.
A Land-turne.
A Langrell.
Laniers.
Large.
To Lase, or Lasing.
To Lash, or Lashers.
Lasking.
Latchets.
Launch.
To Lay a Land.
A Leake.
Ledges.
Lee.
The Lee-fange.
The Leetch.
Leetch-lines.
Leggs.
Lett fall.
Lifts.
Limbers, or Limber-holes.
Lins-pins.
Lockers.
A Logg-line.
The Loofe.
A Loofe-hooke.
A Loome-gale.
To Loome.
A Lust.
Lie under the sea.
M
To MAn.
Man of War.
The Manger.
Marling.
Marling-speeke.
Martnetts.
Masts.
Matts.
Mettle.
The Missen.
The Missen-Mast.
The Missen-Saile.
The Missen-Top-mast.
The Missen Yard.
To Moore, or Mooring.
To Mount.
Munck-seame.
Murderers.
N
NEale-too.
Neapes, or Neape-Tide.
The Needle,
Nettings.
Netting-sailes.
Nippers.
O
To OBserve.
Ockham.
The Offing.
Off-ward.
Orlopp.
Over-sett.
Over-throwe.
The Out-licker.
Oze, or Ozie.
P
A PAntch.
A Parbunckle.
To Parcell, or Parcelling.
Parrells.
The Partners.
A Passarido.
The Pawle.
To Pay.
A Peeke.
Pendants.
The Pillow.
A Pintell.
Pitching.
Platts.
A Plott.
A Point.
The Poope.
A Port.
To Port.
Pouches.
Powdor.
The Powder-roome.
Proddy.
A Preventure Roape.
A Proviso.
The Prowe.
Priming.
Puddings.
Pullies.
Pumps.
The Pump-brake.
The Pump-can.
The Pump-dale.
To Purchase.
Puttockes.
Q
The QVarter,
Quarter Deck
Quartering.
Quarter-winds.
A Quoyle.
To Quoyle.
Quoynes.
R
RAbbetting.
Rake.
Ram-head.
A Rammer.
Ranges.
Ratling.
A Reache.
To Reeve.
Ribbs.
To Ride.
Riders.
Rigging.
Ring-bolts,
The Riseings.
Rising-timbers.
A Roade.
A Roader.
Roapes.
Roape-Yarnes.
Robins.
Roofe-trees.
Rove and Clinch.
The Round-house.
Rownd-in.
The Rowle.
Rowse-in.
The Rudder.
The Rudder Roape.
Rudder-Irons.
To Rumidge.
The Run.
Rung heads.
The Rungs.
The Runner.
S
SAiles.
To Sarve.
A Scarse.
A Scuttle.
To Sease, or Seasing,
A Seele.
Send.
To Set a-Land Sun. or, Ship by the Compasse.
Setle a Deck.
Sewing, or, to Sew.
Shackles.
The Shanck.
Shanck-painter.
Shearing.
Sheates.
Sheathing.
Sheep-shancks.
Sheere-hookes.
Sheevers.
Shoares.
The Shore.
Shot.
Shot of Cabell.
Showle.
Shrowdes.
The Sillinder.
Sinnet.
The Skegg.
The Skiff.
Skuppers, or, Skupper-holes.
Skupper-leathers.
Skupper-nailes.
A Slatch.
Sleepers.
Slings.
To sling.
A Smitting-line.
A Snatch-block.
Sockets.
A Sound.
To Sound.
Sounding-lead.
Sounding-line.
Speekes.
A Spell.
To Spell.
To spend.
A Spindle.
To Splice.
Split.
To Spoone.
To Spring.
The Spring, or, Spring-ride.
Sprit-saile,
Sprit-saile-top-saile.
Sprit-saile-top-mast.
Sprit-saile-yard.
Spunge.
Spun-yarne.
Spurketts.
Standing-parts of Running roapes.
Standing roapes.
To Stay, or, bring a Ship a-stay.
Stages, and Back-stages.
The Sterne.
Sterne-sheates.
To Steere.
The Stieridge.
The Stem.
A Stepp.
To Steve, or Steving.
Stewards-Roome.
Stoaked.
Stopp.
A Stopper.
To Stowe.
A Strake.
A Strap.
A Streame-Anchor.
Streame-Cabell.
A Stretch.
To strike.
Studding-sailes.
A Sturrop.
Suck.
Surge.
Swifters.
Swifting.
T
TAcks.
To Tack-a-Ship.
Tackles.
Tallee.
Tampkin.
Tapering.
Taper-Bore.
Tar-pawling.
Taunt.
Taught.
A Tempest
The Thaughts,
Thight.
Thowles.
Thwart-Ships.
Tides.
Ties.
Tiller.
Tire.
Top-Armors.
Top-Gallants.
Top-Mast.
Top-Roapes.
To Towe.
Transome.
Travers.
Travers-boord.
Tree-nells.
Treenell-trees.
To Trise.
To Trie.
The Trim.
The Trough of the Sea.
Trucks.
Trunnions,
Trusses.
The Tucks.
A Turne.
V
VEere.
Veering.
A Violl.
W
WAft.
The Wake.
Wale.
Wale-reared.
Walt.
A Warpe.
To Warpe.
To Wash a Ship.
To Wash off the Shore.
Wast.
Waste-boords.
Wast-clothes.
Watch.
Water-borne.
The Water-line.
Water-shot.
The Water-Way.
Waving.
Way of a ship.
To Weather.
Weather Bowe.
Weather-coile.
Wedges.
The Whelpes.
The Whipp.
Whoodings.
To Winde.
Winding-tackle.
Windlasse.
Wind-taugh.
Wood and Wood.
A Worme.
Worming.
To Would: or, Woulding.
Y
YArd.
A Yawe.
A Yoake.
An Index of the Names, and Termes expounded in this Booke.