Definition of Seacunny

1. a lascar steersman [n SEACUNNIES]



Seacunny Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Seacunny Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Seacunny

seacalfs
seacalves
seachange
seachanger
seachangers
seachanges
seacliff
seacliffs
seacoal
seacoast
seacoasts
seacock
seacocks
seacraft
seacrafts
seacunny (current term)
seadevil
seadevils
seadog
seadogs
seadragon
seadragons
seadrome
seadromes
seaduck
seaducks
seafarer
seafarers
seafaring
seafarings

Literary usage of Seacunny

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Asiatic Annual Register: Or, A View of the History of Hindustan, and of edited by Lawrence Dundas Campbell, E. Samuel (1811)
"This seacunny was ordered forward immediately, and with the other was sent below, and the hatch put over them, where they were kept till about four o'clock ..."

2. The Chinese Repository (1843)
"Sunday, August 30th, AM Mr. Field, first officer, one European seaman, one seacunny, and eight Lascars, volunteered to proceed in the launch to Chusan. ..."

3. The Chinese Repository (1843)
"Sunday, August 30M, AM Mr. Field, first officer, one European seaman, one seacunny, and eight Lascars, volunteered to proceed in the launch to Chusan. ..."

4. Selections from Calcutta Gazettes: Showing the Political and Social by Walter Scott Seton-Karr (1868)
"... 1st Officer, slightly wounded ; Mr. Falconer, 3rd Officer, killed ; the Captain's Steward and 3X1 European seacunny dangerously wounded ; two Portuguese ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Seacunny

Search for Seacunny on Dictionary.com!Search for Seacunny on Thesaurus.com!Search for Seacunny on Google!Search for Seacunny on Wikipedia!

Search