Definition of Timoneer

1. n. A helmsman.



Definition of Timoneer

1. Noun. A helmsman. ¹

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Definition of Timoneer

1. a helmsman [n -S] - See also: helmsman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Timoneer

timists
timmer
timmers
timnodonic
timnodonic acid
timocracies
timocracy
timocrat
timocratic
timocratical
timocrats
timolol
timolol maleate
timolols
timon
timoneer (current term)
timoneers
timons
timophilia
timorous
timorously
timorousness
timorousnesses
timorsome
timothies
timothy
timothy-hay bacillus
timourous
timourously

Literary usage of Timoneer

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1. Old Sea Wings, Ways, and Words, in the Days of Oak and Hemp by Robert Charles Leslie (1890)
"Dutch fishing-boats at Scheveningen — Italian lake-craft: their rudders, and those of Rhine boats—The " timoneer "—Rig and sail of lake-craft, ..."

2. Neuman and Baretti's Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages by Henry Neuman, Giuseppe Baretti (1851)
"The timoneer's post before the ... timoneer. helmsman. TIMORATO, TA, a. Full of the fear of God. ..."

3. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Alexander Chalmers, Samuel Johnson (1810)
"th' obedient timoneer replies: Then back to port, revolving at command,- The ... There to direct each guiding timoneer; While at the bow the watch Arion ..."

4. A Book for a Corner, Or, Selections in Prose and Verse from Authors Best by Leigh Hunt (1852)
"of the pilot to the timoneer (man at the helm), and this act caused the loss of the ship. ... The timoneer, thinking it was his master's orders, ..."

5. Three Years in the Pacific: Including Notices of Brazil, Chile, Bolivia, Peru by William Samuel Waithman Ruschenberger (1834)
"Not so fast," exclaimed our timoneer. " Now boys for your lives!—give way your starboard oars, and back the lar- ..."

6. A Book for a Corner, Or Selections in Prose and Verse from Authors the Best by Leigh Hunt (1852)
"of the pilot to the timoneer (man at the helm), and this act caused the loss of ... The timoneer, thinking it was his master's orders, did as he was told ..."

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