Slang meaning of Neptune's daughter

Neptune's daughter slang means: A gay sailor.

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Neptune's daughter slang means: A gay sailor.

Meaning of the slang word or phrase Neptune's daughter

Neptune's daughter slang means: A gay sailor.

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Ditty-bag (n.): A sailor's small bag to hold thread, needles, tape, etc.; -- also called sailor's housewife.

Water dog (): A sailor, esp. an old sailor; an old salt.

Sailer (n.): A sailor.

Sea dog (): An old sailor; a salt.

Tar (n.): A sailor; a seaman.

Shipman (n.): A seaman, or sailor.

Tarpaulin (n.): Hence, a sailor; a seaman; a tar.

Landsman (n.): A sailor on his first voyage.

Salt (n.): A sailor; -- usually qualified by old.

Porgy (n.): The sailor's choice, or pinfish.

Portage (n.): A sailor's wages when in port.

Hogfish (n.): The pigfish or sailor's choice.

Seafarer (n.): One who follows the sea as a business; a mariner; a sailor.

Doggerman (n.): A sailor belonging to a dogger.

Portage (n.): The amount of a sailor's wages for a voyage.

Yellowtail (n.): The sailor's choice (Diplodus rhomboides).

Shipmate (n.): One who serves on board of the same ship with another; a fellow sailor.

Bluecoat (n.): One dressed in blue, as a soldier, a sailor, a beadle, etc.

Conscript (n.): One taken by lot, or compulsorily enrolled, to serve as a soldier or sailor.

Shanghai (v. t.): To intoxicate and ship (a person) as a sailor while in this condition.

Pinfish (n.): The sailor's choice (Diplodus, / Lagodon, rhomboides).

Toty (n.): A sailor or fisherman; -- so called in some parts of the Pacific.

Hooker (n.): A sailor's contemptuous term for any antiquated craft.

Mariner (n.): One whose occupation is to assist in navigating ships; a seaman or sailor.

Ditty-box (n.): A small box to hold a sailor's thread, needless, comb, etc.

Trick (a.): A turn; specifically, the spell of a sailor at the helm, -- usually two hours.

Enlistment (n.): The act or enlisting, or the state of being enlisted; voluntary enrollment to serve as a soldier or a sailor.

Ration (n.): A fixed daily allowance of provisions assigned to a soldier in the army, or a sailor in the navy, for his subsistence.

Eye (n.): The faculty of seeing; power or range of vision; hence, judgment or taste in the use of the eye, and in judging of objects; as, to have the eye of sailor; an eye for the beautiful or picturesque.

Seaman (n.): One whose occupation is to assist in the management of ships at sea; a mariner; a sailor; -- applied both to officers and common mariners, but especially to the latter. Opposed to landman, or landsman.

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Slang Meaning of Landlubber

Landlubber means: or lubber A person who lives and works on land or an inexperienced sailor; a sailor on the first voyage.

Slang Meaning of Flashing up the Lawn Mower

Flashing up the Lawn Mower means: A term used when a sailor is about to steal away another sailor's companion. Also referred to as "cutting the grass".

Slang Meaning of sailor queens

sailor queens means: A sailor hustler= a male prostitutes.

Slang Meaning of POPEYE THE SAILOR

POPEYE THE SAILOR means: Popeye the sailor is London Cockney rhyming slang for tailor.

Slang Meaning of SAILOR'S PLEASURE

SAILOR'S PLEASURE means: Sailor's pleasure is nautical slang for a time set aside for preparing to go ashore.

Slang Meaning of Show a Leg

Show a Leg means: A traditional call made at wakey-wakey. Originated in the days of sail when women were allowed aboard ship. A woman in a sailor's hammock would display a leg and thereby the sailor was not required to turn out.

Slang Meaning of Matelot

Matelot means: A sailor, in the French language. English speaking sailors also use this term to describe an ordinary sailor. The term "Matey" was originally derived from this term.

Slang Meaning of SHELLBACK

SHELLBACK means: Shellback is slang for a sailor who has crossed the equator, an experienced sailor.

Slang Meaning of Rooster and Pig Tattoos

Rooster and Pig Tattoos means: When done on the ankles they are to prevent a sailor from drowning. These animals were originally carried on most ships in wooden crates. When a ship went down the crates would float and then catch currents and wash ashore with the other debris from the ship, making the pigs and roosters often the only souls to survive a shipwreck. When a sailor has a tattoo of a pig on the left knee, it was a symbol for safety at sea. A tattoo of a rooster on the right foot means that the sailor never loses a fight. These tattoos were also symbols of prosperity, as they were meant to ensure that sailors would always have ham and eggs, and never go hungry.

Slang Meaning of Tiddley Suit

Tiddley Suit means: When the RCN wore square rig, this was a sailor's best uniform, which was often tailor-made and saved for extra-special occasions. Often, it couldn't be worn on parade as it was sometimes illegally altered, however it could be worn ashore when the sailor wished to impress the ladies.

Slang Meaning of Dragon Tattoo

Dragon Tattoo means: A tattoo that is worn by a sailor that has served in China. A golden dragon means the sailor has crossed the International Date Line.

Slang Meaning of Nipper

Nipper means: The sailor whose job it was to "nip" a sailing ship's anchor cable to the endless belt turned by the capstan when the anchor was being weighed were always the smallest and youngest men on board. Hence the term "nipper" has come to mean a young sailor.

Slang Meaning of Anchor Tattoo

Anchor Tattoo means: A tattoo that is worn by a sailor that has crossed the Atlantic. Crossed anchors on the web between the thumb and index finger indicates the sailor is a Boatswain.

Slang Meaning of Fiddler's Green

Fiddler's Green means: A sailor's paradise where amusements were plentiful, and the women were accommodating. A sailor with over 50 years of service was said to go to "Fiddler's Green" when he died.

Slang Meaning of Know the Ropes

Know the Ropes means: A sailor who "knows the ropes" is familiar with the miles of cordage and ropes involved in running a ship. Today, it describes someone who has expertise, however it was traditionally the reverse. It was once used to describe a novice sailor who simply knew the names and uses of the ships ropes, but not much else.

Slang Meaning of Hands off

Hands off means: Sailors were armed to the teeth for battle, but they were not allowed to carry arms at other times. The one exception to this rule was the sailor's knife - a tool essential to all seamen. Drawing of a knife in anger was prohibited by admiralty law, and should a sailor do so, he risked forfeiting a hand. Thus, the expression, "Hands off".

Slang Meaning of SAILOR'S FAREWELL

SAILOR'S FAREWELL means: Sailor's farewell is nautical slang for an abusive farewell.

Slang Meaning of Hairy Bag

Hairy Bag means: How a true sailor refers to another true sailor. eg. "You know Mary? Her brother is a hairy bag."

Slang Meaning of Days and a Wake-up

Days and a Wake-up means: When a sailor is counting down the days to an event he might use this counting down term. Example: If a sailor was posted off the ship five days, he might refer to it as "four days and a wake-up."

Slang Meaning of Sparrow and Swallow Tattoos

Sparrow and Swallow Tattoos means: Sailors traditionally received swallow tattoos before they went out to sea, because swallows always come home. Nowadays, one swallow, or a sparrow, means you've sailed 5,000 miles, and two means 10,000 miles. Also, two swallows, one on each hand means "these fists fly" ie. the sailor likes to fight. Swallows on the chest are meant to lift the soul to heaven if the sailor perishes.

Meaning of Ditty-bag

Ditty-bag means: A sailor's small bag to hold thread, needles, tape, etc.; -- also called sailor's housewife.

Meaning of Water dog

Water dog means: A sailor, esp. an old sailor; an old salt.

Meaning of Sailer

Sailer means: A sailor.

Meaning of Sea dog

Sea dog means: An old sailor; a salt.

Meaning of Tar

Tar means: A sailor; a seaman.

Meaning of Shipman

Shipman means: A seaman, or sailor.

Meaning of Tarpaulin

Tarpaulin means: Hence, a sailor; a seaman; a tar.

Meaning of Landsman

Landsman means: A sailor on his first voyage.

Meaning of Salt

Salt means: A sailor; -- usually qualified by old.

Meaning of Porgy

Porgy means: The sailor's choice, or pinfish.

Meaning of Portage

Portage means: A sailor's wages when in port.

Meaning of Hogfish

Hogfish means: The pigfish or sailor's choice.

Meaning of Seafarer

Seafarer means: One who follows the sea as a business; a mariner; a sailor.

Meaning of Doggerman

Doggerman means: A sailor belonging to a dogger.

Meaning of Portage

Portage means: The amount of a sailor's wages for a voyage.

Slang words and meanings

Slang Meaning of CHICLE

CHICLE means: Chicle is slang for heroin.

Slang Meaning of SPAM

SPAM means: Spam is computer slang for a message posted without variation a number of times; an electronic mail shot.

Slang Meaning of THE JOINT

THE JOINT means: The joint is American slang for prison.

Slang Meaning of Bean Master

Bean Master means: The cook

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