Definition of Nautic

1. a. Nautical.



Definition of Nautic

1. Adjective. (alternative form of nautical) ¹

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Definition of Nautic

1. nautical [adj] - See also: nautical

Nautic Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nautic

nauseatingness
nauseation
nauseations
nauseative
nauseous
nauseously
nauseousness
nauseousnesses
nauseæ
naut mi
nautch
nautch dance
nautch girl
nautches
nauther
nautic (current term)
nautical
nautical chain
nautical linear unit
nautical mile
nautical miles
nautical signal flag
nautical twilight
nautically
nautics
nautiform
nautili
nautiliform
nautilite
nautilites

Literary usage of Nautic

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1. Elements of General History: Ancient and Modern, to which is Added, a Table by Alexander Fraser Tytler Woodhouselee (1818)
"The first great enterprise of the Greeks was the Argo- nautic expedition, 1263 AC (Usher,) and 937 AC (sir I. Newton.) This is supposed to have been 'both a ..."

2. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1855)
"6° 18' W., within the entrance of the channel, and bearing from Castle Rocks, (off Cooley Point,) XW f W., distant 5J- nautic miles ; from Dundalk Patch, ..."

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