A person whose job it is to work as a member of the crew of a commercial or naval ship or boat, esp. one who is below the rank of officer
A person who goes sailing as a sport or recreation
she was a keen sailor
A person who rarely (or often) becomes sick at sea in rough weather
any member of a ship's crew
bluejacket: a serviceman in the navy
boater: a stiff hat made of straw with a flat crown
A sailor, mariner, or seaman is a person who navigates water-borne vessels or assists in their operation, maintenance, or service. The term can apply to professional mariners, military personnel, and recreational sailors as well as a plethora of other uses. ...
Sailor is the second album by American rock band The Steve Miller Band, released in 1968. It was the last Steve Miller Band album to feature contributions by Boz Scaggs.
Sailor are a British pop group, best known in the 1970s for their hit singles "A Glass of Champagne" and "Girls Girls Girls", written by the group's lead singer, and 12-string guitar player, Georg Kajanus.
Sailor (foaled 1952 in Kentucky) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse. Bred and raced by heiress Isabel Dodge Sloane's Brookmeade Stable, he was out of the Brookmeade mare Flota and sired by U.S. Racing Hall of Fame inductee, Eight Thirty.
Sailor is a song written by Werner Scharfenberger & Fini Busch which as sung in German by Lolita was a hit in Germany and in the US in 1960. ...
Sailor was a major BBC television documentary series, first shown in the late 1970s, about life on board the fourth HMS Ark Royal, a British aircraft carrier. It followed the aircraft carrier on a five and a half month deployment to North America in 1976. ...
The Sailor is the 1979 album by singer-songwriter Mickey Newbury. The album features a contemporary country production style.
(Sailors (film)) Sailors (Blåjackor) is a 1964 Swedish film directed by Arne Mattsson and starring Dirch Passer.
One who follows the business of navigating ships or other vessels; one who understands the practical management of ships; one of the crew of a vessel; a mariner; a common seaman
(SAILORS) Mission workers or church workers.
(SAILORS) Any one who makes their living from the sea or a lake.
(SAILORS) These are the Tyrrhenian sailors who attempted to delude Dionysus 2. They are also said to have leapt ashore and captured Dionysus 2 whom they stripped of his possessions and tied with ropes running behind his back. However, the god saved himself by turning them into dolphins. ...
Sailors, otherwise known as Naval Ratings and ranked as such, are the practical people who provide specialist hands-on skills in their chosen field. Naturally duties and responsibilities increase with rank. ...
Man or boy employed in sailing deep-water craft. Word is sometimes loosely used to include men who go to sea. Used officially to denote a seaman serving on deck. At one time was a man with previous sea experience, but who was not rated able seaman.
brimliðend; brimmann; flota, m; flotman; lidmann; s&aelida; sæmann; særinc
To dream of sailors, portends long and exciting journeys. For a young woman to dream of sailors, is ominous of a separation from her lover through a frivolous flirtation. If she dreams that she is a sailor, she will indulge in some unmaidenly escapade, and be in danger of losing a faithful lover.
A masonry unit laid on end to show its broadest face.
a seaman or seafarer; also called swabby, squid, gob, anchor clanker, or old salt.
Your ability to traverse the storms and calms of life; actively exploring your emotions, weathering through them / Deciding on a course of action; needing to change course or adopt a different tack; wanting to achieve something with minimal effort / Weather conditions offer further clues
acceptable: bluejacket, tar. Not so acceptable: gob, swab, swabbie, squid. Probably fighting words: anchor clanker, rust picker, deck ape.
I guess I have a soft spot for a man in uniform.
a brick laid vertically with the broad side exposed.