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DICTIONNAIRE 

TECHNIQUE POLYGLOTTE DES TERMES DE LA MARINE 



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PART I-st 

ENGLISH-FRENCH-RUSSIAN ' : 

BY 
A N O. 1^1.11, 

SENIOR TRANSLATOR T<$ THE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE OF THE IMPERIAL RUSSIAN WAVY. 



D1CT10MIIRE TECHNIQUE POLYGLOTTE 

DES TERMES OE LA MARINE 
PARTIE I 

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cJOBia KT> CBoeMy BoeHHOiny cjOBapw (*), <(n'est pas de sa nature une oeuvre de 
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(*) Diclionnaire porlatif et raisonne des connaissances militaires ou premieres notions sur 1'orgaui- 
salion, I'adminislration etc. des troupes fran?aises etc. par le Gl. Le Couiurier, Paris, 1825. 8 preface 
p. IV. 



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pyccKiu mum, cocmaeuAs AMKcaudpz EymaKoes. G.-IIemepGypii!, 1837. 
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pyccKifi asbiKi; Tpy4i> r. FFapHca (nm jynme H Btpnte CKasaTb, 4pyrHXT> 

r. OapHca) C4tjaHT> Jiauib 443 04Hoft Opanuin. 

5) Ceods Peno. OGutempodHbtu MOpCKOti meAeipafis dAn eoennuxs u 

cydoes, conmenie Kapw Peno de-JHoeancu, C.-IIemepGypis, 1860. 
XoTa ntjb 3Toro H34ama coBepuieHHO cneuiajibnaa, H 03HaneHHbift CB04i> BOBCC He 
npe4Ha3HaHeHT> c^yjKHTb c,iOBapeMT>, T^MI He Mente OHT> BecbAia no^eseHi) MH&, npn 
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TaTHmesa npeBocxo4em> BO Bctxi> OTHOiueniaxi, HO, KT> 

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C.IHUJKOMT> yciapt.in, M.W He npeACTaB,iaion> Hunero 3aMt4axejbHaro (*), a orpa- 
HHHHMca JHiiib TBMH, Koxopbie Hanfojte 3ac.iyjKMBaK)TT> BHHMania: 

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AeTT> cjywHTb HCT04HHKOMT> 4,.ia cnpaBOKT>; o^HO cro o6o3p-feHie MOpCKoft .iHiepaiypbi 
Mono 6bi cocxaBHTb esiy aiasy, HG roBOpa yate o npoinxi AOCTOHHCTBaxi, oco- 

06HHO 6 OOT HS.IOHiCHiH 3IOpCKUXT> BblpaHieHlft CT> nepeBO^OMT) Ha 8 a3bIKOBT). CO- 

BepmeHHO no ero oopasny cociaB.ieHb HOBtMiiiifl cjosapb BoCpnKa, o noTOpo&n> 6y- 

^BMl FOBOpUTb HH/K6. 

2) A marine pocket dictionary of the I'reiich, Portuguese, Italian and german 
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T"BMT>, 4TO COCTaBHie.Ib CFO y.M'kCTH.I1> BT> O^HOM Ma.ieHBKOW 43CTH UieCTH-a3bl4HblH, 

40Bo.ibHO rio.iHbiii, cjosapb, ynoipeoHBi) cucTeaiy CCM.IOKT> nocpe4CTBOMb D,n*pt, 

KOTOpOM H H HaiMtpCHT) C.ltAOBaTb, 3aH.MCTBOBaBT> 66 OT43CTH y H6FO, OT43CTH y 

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5) Dictionnaire de la Marine Anglaise et traduction des termes de la marine 
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saib Toro JK6 He.ibsa. 

4) A new universal dictionary of the Marine, being a copious explanation of 
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IV 



5) Repertoire polyglotte de la Marine, a 1'usage des navigateurs et des ar- 
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5 fl3bmaxT>, csepxi) 4>paHiry3CKaro; OHI semia nojeaeni MR Bcero, MTO OTHOCHTCH 
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6o.ibuioH M0pci;oft aioBapb, HO oS-bacnenia ero AOBOJibHO KpaiKH H, npirroMi, OH* 
yjKe Oo.ite HC cooTBtTCTByerb HacToameMy cocToaniio naynn MOpen.iaBaHia. 

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Technologisches VVorlerbuch in deutscher, franzosischer und englischer Sprache 
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camiaca r \o napoBbixb MexaHii3MOB'b, BT> neMT> ne Bet Haxo^aica; Me/K4y TtMT> uaii'b 
aBiopbi, Ms^asaa c.iouapb, HMt.ui ut.iiK) nono.iHHTb c.iOBapb OpaHKa H Ga.ia, Koropuft 
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Te.ibHO HtcKOJbKO npeneope/KCHa H c.iao"te nepsoii; TtMi> ne wente 9TO . 
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BbipajKemaMH, c.duyK)mnMn 3a ^panuyacKHMH, HO KT> co/Ka^-fcHiio, He 
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O.JHUMb H3T> COTpyAHHKOBl H H34aHie BblXOAHTb BbinyCKaMH, KOHXT> BUUUO V/KC TpH. 

H3T> H'EMeuKHX'b cjoBapeft: 

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napoxo^Hbie xepMHHbi BT> HCMI He BT> HaA^eHcameii no^iHOili n .uitub H.a 5 fl3MRaxi; 
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04HHT) oo'pasu.OM'b H no nei^b cocxaBjaib pyccKitt; na /rtjE OKasa.iocb 
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MOHXT> HsyneHift 6bua HH^ec^yromaa nporpaMMa, itoiopaa, no 
jnuib Mo/KeTT> coOTBtiCTBOBaTb HacToammrb Tpe6oBaHiaMT> 
MOHXT* ciapaHift 6buo c^tjiaib oosapb nojie3Hbnn> ne 

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Opbia ye 6"o.ite He Haxo^aica BT> ynoTpeOjeuiH; 310 c4t.iaHO CT> 
u,t.iiK), HTOObi c.ioBapb Mori. 6biib noaeseHT) ii npa HieHia 6ojte 4peBHHxi> pejaiuft 
M nyiemecTBifi. Oo^i) KajK^biMi CJOBOMT>, oiHocamHMca KT> MOpCKoii cjyai6-B, naxo- 
na pa3.iHiHbie Mopcitie ycxaBbi; ^,ia 6ojbiiieH HCHOCTH 



boatswain mate, working petty contre mailre, second maitre, mailro, 
officer of 1-st. class. quartier maitre, prevdt, bos- (MopcKofi YcxaBi, paaj. Ill, 

Queen's Regulations and Admi- seman. rjasa XIV OTA. 2, CT. 627 

rally Instructions. Ch. XLIX, (Decret sur Vorganisation du per- 630). 
1. Appendix. sonnel des equipages de la flotle 

du Sjuin 1856; titre 1-r, ch. 1, 

sect. 2, art. 4; cb. Ill art. 19; 

litre IV ch. 1; sect. 5 arl. 120 

126; seel. 6, art. 127133, 

litre VII ch. 1, sect. 2, art. 199 

et 200). 

2) Bet pt i ieHia M BCC oiHOcameeca 40 napoxoACTBa ci 



5) Bc6, HTO OTHOCHTCH ^o Kopao.iecTpoeHia H cy4ocTpOHTe^bHaro HeKycciBa, 
npoiHMb H HanMeHOBanie Bctxi copiOBT) jtca, CT. .WTHHCKHMT) Ha3BameMT>, 
3TO npHHaio BT> HayKt; TaKi Haup.: 



black greenhcarl, Ouapacou. EypoapeBHHKi, pacxymifi at Ho- 

greenheart. BQH rpeHa^t M BT> CypHHau- 

(Vuacopana Americana). cnofi 



4) Bee, HTO OTHOCMica 40 apTHj-iepiw, co BceB03.Mo/KHOK) no4po6HOCiito, 

3ia nacib npe4CTaB.weTT> no.iHbifi apTH^uepiHCKifi c.iosapb, wciLnonaa 

Koiopwa Hey4o6onoMtcTHMW BI> MOpCKOMi) c,iOBapt, Kaiib iianp. see, 
HTO nacaeTca 40 ynpa/KH. 

o) Bet MexaHnnecKie TepMHHti, KOTopwe conpHKocHOBeHHbi MopcitoH nacTH 
paBHO KaK-b H Bet HHCTpyMenTbi, ynoTpe6.iaeMbie npn cy40CTpoeniH, npu 4t.iaHin 
opyada H T. 4. 

6) XHMH'iecnia H 4>H3HHecKia BbipaiKenia, wyHtauiia 4.ia wopCKHxi. 

7) 



VII 



i; no -laeTH roproitaro t\r4O\j< ma. 

Bet xepMHHbi, oTHOcainieca 40 Toproearo cy^oxo^CTBa, ci ccbUKoro Ha 
Hanp. 



bill of sale (great or grand bill)i acte de propriete du navire, central KpimocTt Ha KopaGjit, 
certificate of sale. de la vente d'un navire. (Cuofl. 3aic. T. XI. Ycx. Topr. 

(Merchant Shipping Act. 11, (Code de Commerce Livre II litre Krara III pasfl. 1, rjiana I CT. 
and 18 Viet. cap. 104, art. 81. 10, art. 226; art. 13 du decret 792797 n rj. IIpasA. II CT. 

Schedules form E. and form N. du 27 Vendemiaire an 2). 854858. $opna nareHia CM. 

KT> CT. 839 H 850). 



ut.ib Moero npe^npiaxia cociaBHTb ooeapb Ha 8 
HO TaK'b Hani npw o6biKHOBeHHOMi> nopfl^Kt, co6^K)4aeMOMt A^a napa.ue.ibHbix'b 
CJioBapefl, nyHtHO 6buo 6bi BecbMa 3HaHHie,ibHoe KO^HMGCTBO OT^bHHXT> TOMOBT*, 
TO a BT> 3TOMT) OTHOuieniH noc&wMAT* npHMtpy cjOBapeH Heftwana H Peno; 
o6pa30Mi> nepean vacmi> j mens 6yjen aHao-4>paHuy3CKO-pyccKaa, a BT> 
OHoft noMtiuen-b 6y4eii nojpoSHwft H-feMeuuin ynasaie^b ci o6o3HaHeHieiwb 
'KOTopwa noKasbiBawTT) 3HaHeme cjiosa na aHr.iiftCKOM'b, a at^OBaie^bHO na 4>pan- 

Hy3CKOMl H pyCCKOMT, T3KT) 



english. frencji. russian. 

207 admiralty. anairaute. aAMHpajieftcTB 

Deutscher Index. 
150. Admiralitat E. 207. 

Bmopaa vacmt pyccKO-HTajbaHCKO-inBe^CKaa, a Bt KOHirfe no^poSnbie 

H iiiBeACKift, c^ iiHpaMH, KOiopbia yKasbiBawT'b Ha I-FO nacib H na 



Pyccniu. HmajibfiHCKiu. IHeedcmu. 

MHpajTeHCTBO. ammiragliato. amiralitet. 

Anr. 207. Indice italiano. 

. 150. I. 207. 

T. 150. 
Svensk index. 
E. 207. 
T. 150. 



Tpeimx wcmb, <i>paHny3CKO-AaTCKo-ro^^aH r iCKaa; BI Konut no4po6Hbie 
4,aiCKift H ro.LiaH4Ci;ift, ci ccbMKaMH, naKt H BO Bropoft 



YIII 

franfais. danois. hollandais. 

amiraute. admiralitet. admiraliteit. 

A 207. dansk index. 

All. 150. E. 207. 

T. 150. 
nederduitsch index. 

E. 207. 

D. 150. 



TaKT> HTO, }Ke,ias, nanpHMtpi, ysnaib aHaneHie pyccKaro c^oea aAMnpa.!TencTBO 

H3 npOHHXT) C6MH fl3b!KaXT>, MUt H6 TpyAHO O^ACIT) HaftTH, HTO JKCJaK): HM-fea BO 2-fi 

naciH 3HaieHia na aabinaxi) HTajbaHCKOMi H iiiBeACKOMT> (*), a 3arfeMT> CCHJIKOK) Ha 
1-K) Macib, anr.HftcKyK) (207), no.iynaK) aHiMitaoe H *paHuy3CKoe sHaneHie; no 
*paHuy3CKOMy sHaneniK), a Haxowy BI 3-fi HaciH sHanenia A^TCKoe H rojJiaH^cKoe 
H HaKoneui ccbUKOK) ua HtMeuKiH yKasaicjb (150) a HMtio H HtMeuKoe Ha3BaHie. 
3io Ha nepBbift BHAT> Ka^eica BecbMa sanyxaHHWMi, HO, na caMoiwi A-BJ-B, BecbMa 
npocio H yAOOHO, KaKi a yotAHJca BT> TOMT>, ynoipe6^aa cjosapb HeHMaua, r^t 
no i iTH OAHH yKasaxe^H, M CBOAI Peuo; npa aiOMi Tpe6yeica JHHJB BejHHafluiafl 
auypaTHOCTb BI unDpaxT>, nero He xaui ipy^HO AociHrHyih; laKi nanp., MMta BT> 
6ojte 2 Jitn CBOAT> PCHO nocxoaHHo BT> pyKaxi, a 40 CHXT> nopi 
AHy eAHHCTBeHHyio ouiH^Ky, H ra oiHOCHica He 40 pyccnoH, a 40 

aHIMlHCKOH H3CTH. 

BT> KOHut najKAofi nacTM a nojaraw, CCJIH HaftAyrb noje3HWMT>, noMtciHib 
), Btca, Aene^Hyio cncieMy xtxi cipani, KOHXT> asuKH coAepaica BI TOH 
6yAen>, a nojaraw, taKwe no OKOHHamH cioaapa, M3AaBaib 
(supplements), Koiopbia 6yAyri coAep*aib HOBtftuiia, BHOBb 
H.HI BBOAHMbia Bbipa*eBM. 

4-Jfl SojbiueH no.iHOTbi cjosapa, MHt npaxoAHJOCb, ne AOBOJbCTBym OAHMMH 
, nsynaib oojte cneu.ia.ibHbia coMBHCHia, Koiopua H nocjya(HJH jot 
noco6ieMi ; cnmaa ne.miiiHHM'b yKasaib 3Atcb na HMXI, a He 6") r Ay, 
OAH3KO, pacnpocxpaHaibca o KHaraxt, noAo6Hbixi> d'Arcy Lever, BoopyjKCHie BOCH- 
Hbixi> cyAOBi), riocbeia, H3T>acneHie npHHaAJe^HOCiefi KT> BOOpyateHiw Kopa&ur, 
A. FjoiOBa, H ApyrHxi), Koiopufl nawAOMy Mopany ropa3AO .lynne 

MHt, a CKayKy JHllIb HtCKOJbKO CJOBT) TEXl, KOTOpblH 

AaHHbia A^a JeKCHKorpa^in. TaKi, HanpHMtpi, BT> KOHU-B 
1) An outline of shipbuilding by John Fincham, London 1852, aBiopb 
aj*aBHTHutt cnHcoKT) BctMT> Bbipa^cHiaMi, oiHOcamHMca AO npeAMCia camaro 
nepeBOAOMi) OHHXT> na 



(*) Ha^iiocb, HTO MCHS onpawaioTi B% TOMI, nio a nociaBHJt aa pa^y ei PJCCKHMT,, asuKH 
CKJ2 H fflBe^CKift^ HST. KOHXI nepBufi ia^ HCOCXOAHMI na HepnoMi Mopt, a Biopofi BI, 



2) W-m Templclon's Taschenbucb fur praktischc Mechanikcr, zwcilc stark ver- 
mehrteund verbesserte Auflagc, bearbeitel von A. Kussin und A. Regensburger, Briinn 
1855,rAtBT>KOHivE noMtiueuu 5 yKasaxe.ia Bwpa^eHifi, Bcipt'iaioiUHXca BbcoHHuemH. 

3) The Sailing Boat: a treatise on onglish and foreign boats, descriptive of the 
various forms of boats and sails of overy nation; witb practical directions for 
sailing, management etc. by H. C. Folkard, Esq. 3-d. edition. London, 1863, rvrfc 
B-b KOHLTB ecib Tan/He MajCHbidw MOpCKOft (MOBapb (nautical vocabulary). 

PaBHbiMT> oopaao.MT), a noiepnuyjib MHOFO no.iesnaro H3i> cjHMeui.a Rudiments 
of Naval Architecture by James Peake, London 1858, CT> pyccnnMT> nepeBOAOMi 
rr. A. Py-jbiKOBCKaro H A. llpoxoposa. 

Dana's Seamen's friend (London, 1856) co^epatHTb ueGo-ibiiioft c,iOBapb MOpCKHxi 
TepMHHOBT) cT>Becb>ia xopouiHMb ooMCHCHieMT) Ha aHr.iiftcKOMi> a3bwfe (crp. 68 98); 
OCO^CHHO xopouiH ero o6i>acHeHia c.iOBb, no^ooHhixT) abreast, ahead, alee, ahull, 
AOBO.ibHO ipyAHHXT) AJLR HC-aHrjHHaHi; a sauMCTBOBaj-b 9TH o6iacHeHia H noarfc- 

CTHJl MX!) BT> M06MT) CJOBapt. 

OlHOCHTeJbHO FiapOX04,HblXb Bblpa^CHlH MHOIO SaHMCTBOBaHO MHOFOe H3T>: 

1) Cours de machines a vapeur appliquees a la navigation, par M. M. Ortolan 
Lolte et Lacarriere. Paris, 1861. 

2) riepeBO^a xoro JKC coMHHeHin (co 2-ro H34ania), iwoKenepa JJempa ycosa. 
C.-lleTep6ypri), 1861. 

3) Rudimentary treatise on marine engines and steam vessels; etc, by Robert 
Murray, London, 1852. 

i) Kort afhandling om'angmachiner och'angfartyg. 

Ho HacTH apm.i.iepiH y naci> cymecTByion> 4Ba npeBOCxo^HbixT) c.iOBapa: 

1) (ppawyscKO-pyccKw c.weapb mexHmecKuxs mseaHiu, ynompefaneMuxs es 
apmu.Mepiu u es naymxs, ucKyccineaxs u peMec.iaxs, do HCH otnnocfiinuxcfi, 
cocmae.ieHHbtu no.iKOdHmoMs PtbJeuMS. C.-HerepoyprT), 1845. 

2) HibMeyKO'pyccKiu mexHmecKiii c.iooapi d.ifi u. apmu.i.iepuiCKUXs ocpuye- 
, cocm. F. HK08M8S. C.-Uemepfiypis, 1SGO. 

5) OTHOCiiie.ibHO JKe apTH.uepiHCiuixb BhipaaieniH Ha anr.imcKOMb fl3i>n;t CT> 
oMCHenieMT), MU HaxoAMMi ntcKo.ibito no4o6ni,iXT) BhipaHfeuifl (OKO.IO 
540 CJOBT>) HarieHaiaHHbiMH T. A. J'op.wobi.Ms GT> Apnuu.iepiucKOMi> oKypua.iib 
1859 toda. M 1. CMrbCb, cmp. 47 .5.9, u es A s X moio we otcypna^a sa 
1862 i. F. C. J. 

4) Mn-fe 6bi.n. xaKJKe MpesBbPiafino no.ieOHT>, A.ia B3an>iHofi noBtpuw c.ioBapeft 
Pt3Baro H flKOB,ieBa, npeBocxo^HO cocTaB.ienHbiii jeKCHKOHi FeiiHue no r \T> 3ar.iaBie>n>: 
Dictionnaire portatif des armes speciales francais-allemand el allemand-fran^ais, par 
Alexandre Clarus Heinze. Leipzig, 1846. 2 vol-s. 



eme ynoMaHyib o c,it,\yiom.HXT> coHnneHiaxT>, Koiopbia IIOC.W/KIUH 
rioco6ieMi: 

1) Dictionnaire universel llieorique el pratique do commerce et de la navi- 
gation. Paris, 18591861. 

2) Encyclopedic commerciale marilimc ou diclionnaire tmiversel de commerce 
et de geographic etc. par August Morel (5 BwnycKa). 

3) Allgemeine Encyclopedic fur Kaiifleulc, Fabricanten, Geschaftsleute, Handels- 
Jndustrie-gewerbe tind Rcalschulen dc. herausgegeben von D-r Willhelm Hoffmann, 
2 B-de. Leipzig. 1853. 

4) Dictionnaire des arts, manufactures etc. public par Laboulaye, 2-eme edit. 
Paris, I860. 4 vol-s. 

5) Triglotle oder kaufmannisches \Y6rtcrbiich in 3 Sprachen deutsch-englisch- 
franzosisch von Dr I. C. Fliigel. Leipzig, 1854. 

6) A dictionary of trade products, commercial, manufacturing and technical 
terms by L. Simmonds, London, 1838. 

7) Handbuch dor Handel s-Wissensch aft etc. von Fr. Anton Slrackerjan. Prag, 
1861. 

8) A dictionary practical, theoretical and historical of commerce and commer- 
cial navigation etc. by J. B. Mac Culloch, London, 1860. 

9) Ure's dictionary of arts, manufactures and mines etc. edited by Robert 
Hunt, 3 vol-s. London, 1860. 

10) Handbuch der mechanischen Technologic von Karl Karmarsch. Dritte ver- 
mehrte Auflage. Hannover, 1858, 2 Thle in 8. 

Ilpw yiOM'b ace c,iy*iat, a ,;o.i/KeHb CT> nyooHaMiiieio npH3Ha r rejbHOCTiio ynoMa- 
GOT. o6cToaie.ibCTBt, MHOFO MHt cnoco6cTBOBaBiiieMT H AaBiue)n> BosMOHtHocib 
ipy4y woejiy eiue 6Mbujyio oT'ieT.iHBOCTb: aio co^tficTBie Mopcnaro y i ie- 
Haro KoMHieia, npHHJiBiuaro Ha CBOC iiavjuBenie ca>ioe HSAanie c^osapa M CHa6 r tHB- 
uiaro Meua HeoSxo^MMbiMH liHura.MH M BC^JIH BcnoMoraTe,ibHi,iMH cpe^ciBaMH, a pacno 
noMOiub, onasaHHaa MH* pa3,uiMHWMii .icimpiaMeHTaMH; Taii'b H3i> Kopafi.iecipoMTe.ib- 
naro ^eiiapiaMeHTa MHt COOOIUH.IH uepoBO^ cnecH*MKau'iM i>peraia ( 
A,j,Miipa,rb , c^tviaHHwfl r. A. .InuiKepOMb, noiopoaiy HHKTO ne OTiia>KeTT) y naci 

oTHOCHie.ibHo iiepeBO^oBT* cb anrjiulcfiaro; aioi-b nepeB04'b 6 
no^eseHb, pasno KaKi. H crwcoKb pasJiHHHbix'b Ma.toM3BtCTHbixT> Kopa6e^bHHXT 
KOTOpbitt a Tan/He nojiyni.\T> H3T> osnaMeHHaro ^enapxaMeHTa. rn4porpa*H i ie- 
CKIH 4,enapTaMeHTb H TexHH4ecKift KOMHien. MHt iai;>Ke COO^IUH^H MHOFO /iparoutH- 
H nojesHwxb CBt^tnitt. KpOMt xoro, a cawb c.rh ( ^H.TT> 3a BctMH HOBtftuinMH 
BCTptnaBiuHMHca BT. pas.iHMHbix-b MHOCipaHHwx'b (Jymarax^, Hoiopwa 
ivmt npnxo,|H,iocF> nepeBOAHib BT ^TH ipn ro^a. 



XI 

Ha ociioBauin BbiiiieiioHMeHOBaHHbixb couMHCHiii M cocxaB^cub MHOIO cJiosapb, KO- 
ero nepBbiii BbiiiycKb noeepraio Hbmt na cy4T> nyftiHKH, npoca sapaute ea CHMCXO- 
4HTe,ibHOCTii aa noctLibHbin Mon ipy r vb; Bcania 3ait4aHia, Bcanaa ocHOBaieJibHaa H 
.XO^pocoBtCTHaa npHTHKa MHOIO 6y4yib npuHaTu CT> Be.TMMaiiujeKj ifpH3HaTejbHocriio. 

BT> san.iio'ieHie, CHHiaio CBameHHtflmHMT> r ;o.iroMT> M3T>aBHTb s^tcb MOW rjy6o- 
Maflujyio 6"jiaro4apHocib rfejib .iHuam'b uoiopbia, no npniMameniM Mopenaro yne- 

HarO KoMHTCTa, C04'BMCTBOBa.lM MHt Bb IIpe4IIpHHaTOMT> MHOK) Tpy4'Ii, M CBOHMM 

uoaHauiflMH o6^er4HJiH Hcno^Henie cio.ib ipyAHOft 3343411: r. 
<I>. <I>. MaiioiiiKMHy, r. KoHTpT>-A4MHpajiy II. K). JlucaHCHOMy, rr. 
1 panra A. B. tppeiiranry H II. II. 3e.ienoMy, r. KaiiHTaH-b-^ei'iTeHaHTy fiapouy 
5 r HrepHb-IllTepH6epry M Kopnyca UlrypMaHOBi) KanwiaHy A. A. ^K)4;Kepy, noiopOMy 
a Bb oco6eHHociH oSa^aH'b coo6meHieMi> MH*B AparoutHHWXT) MaTepiajiOBT HM'b co6pan- 
Bb npo40Ji;KeHui MHornxi) JitTT>, jaui Kain> OHT. caMT> npe4no,iaraji. 
HO, KT> co/Kajitnito, He ocymecTBH.iT. CBoero npe^noJiOH^enia. 

A. 3HTEJIB. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



adj adjective 

f. . . . . feminine 

m masculine 

pi plural 

s substantive 

v. a verb active 

v. n verb neuter 

v. p verb passive 

arch architecture 

art artillery 

C commerce 

carp carpentry 

ch. . . . . chemistry 

fort fortification 

hydr hydrography 

m. o. a manufacture of arms 

mach machinery 

mec mechanics 

shb shipbuilding 

st. eng steam-engine 



AHF,!0-4>PAHII.y3CKO-PyCCKIM 

MOPGKOti GJOBAPb. 



1. Aak s. a kind of flat bottom- 
ed lighter on the Rhine. 

2. Abab. 

3. Abaca. (Musa textilis), hot. 



\. Aback, adv., the situation of the 
sails when the wind presses 
their surfaces against the mast, 
and tends to force the vessel 
astern . 

5. to brace aback. 

6. to go aback. 

"7. to lay aback or.) 
to lay flat aback J 

8. Lay all flat aback! 

9. Laid aback. 

10. to take aback. 

11. to be taken aback. 

12. The fore-topsail is aback. 

13. That ship has thrown all aback. 

14. to work aback, st. eng. 

15. Abacus, s. , a small tile or cover- 
ing member of a capital, vary- 
ing in the several orders, arch. 

10. Abaft s. 

1". Abaft adv '., towards the stern 
of a vessel. 

18. Abaft the main mast. 

19. From abaft the bills to the 
gunroom. 

20. Abaft the beam. 

21. The mizen mast hat;g? baft. 

22. Abandon V. a., to transfer, to 
renounce and to give up to the 
insurers, all the right, title, and 
claim which the insured had in 



Aak, acque, bateau plat sur le 

Rhin. 
abab. 
Abaca. 



derriere, par derriere, en arriere; 
coiffe, masque, k rebours, a re- 
culous, vent dessus, sur le mat. 



brasser a culer. 
culer. 

coiffer ou mettre (une voile) sur le 
mat, masquer, brasser a culer. 

masque tout, brasse tout & culer! 

masque. 

masquer. 

se laisser coiffer, etre masque par 
le vent. 

Le petit hunier est coiffe sur le 
mat. 

Ce vaisseau est tout masque. 



marcher en arriere (eu parlant 
d'une machine k vapeur). 

abaque, tailloir (petite table, for- 
mant la partie superieure du cha- 
piteau de la colonne, sur laquelle 
porte immediatement I'architrave). 

poupe, arriere. 

en poupe, en arriere. 

En arriere du grand mat. 

De 1'arriere des biltes jusqu'A la 

Saint e Rarbe. 
Un peu par 1'arriere. 
L'artimon penche en arrioro. 

Abandonner, delaisser, se desister, 
en cas de sinislre et au profit 
des assureurs, de toute preten- 
tiou sur un navire ou sur des 



ART. mocKOflOHHoe cy^no, ynorpe- 
GjifleMoe na Pefifffe. 

Typeiotift Maxpoci. 

ASaita po^ CaHaea, npOHspacTaro- 
mifi Ha $HJHnHHCKHxi ocxpo- 
Baxi; H3t Kopti sxoro sepesa xb- 
ji&TOTb BepeBKH, HasHsaeMUH Ma- 

HHJIBCKHMt TpOCOMl. 

Uapyct nojioateHi) Ha cxeHBry, 06- 



napyca Ha cxeHBry 
HJTH 



napyca Ha cxeHBry, jari. 



Peft nonepera! 
Ilapyca na cieHBrfc. 

i)IJJI,TH HH'li KilTim. 

Bci napyca o6cxeHMO. 



9x0X1 KOpa6jiB BHmeji. HSI 
Hjm y axoro Kopa6M Bdfe napyca 
aeon na cxeHBry. 

HflXH SajlHHMi XOWMi (rOBOpfl O 

napOBofi ManniH'B). 
A6ana 



Kopna, sajiHfla ^acxB K0pa6ja. 
in, na Kopufi, 3a 



rpoxii-Maixu. 
3a,ineft 



OXT 



xpanepca. 



na Kopny. 

IIpesocxaiiHTi. cy,i,Ho nan rpysi. 
cxpaxoj!iu,iiKain>, BT, cjiyiai i;py- 
meHia IUH oo.iLinaro noBpeaij;e- 
iiia, H xpeoooaxB aeHtni no cxpa- 



Abandonment. 



2 



About. 



and to the subject insured, to 
the extent of the insurance. (Law 
of shipping and insurance by 
James Lees . Laws of insurance 
XI. 1-4.) C. 

23. Abandonment s. C. 

21. Abase the flag (obsolete), 
j:;. Abate V. a. 

26. to abate the price of goods or 
commodities C. 

27. The wind abates. 

28. Abatelement s. prohibition 
of trade, term used in the ports 
of the Levant. 

29. Abditory s., a place to hide 
goods in. 

30. Abeam (abreast, across, be- 
aring). 

31. Guns pointed abeam a. 

32. Abel-tree or abele-tree s. 
(Populusalba). bot. 

33. Aber, s. an old English word 
for the fall or emptying of a lesser 
water into a greater. 

34. Aberration s. 



:;;;. Abie Seaman. 
Qu. Reg. and adm. inslr. Ch. IX 
12; Ch. XII 57. Ch. XXXIII, 
1. 5. 

36. Able-bodied Seaman. 

37. Aboard or onboard, adj. adv. 
within a vessel. 

38. Aboard! 

39. Come aboard! 

40. to fall aboard. 

iMerchant shipping act (17 & 18 
Victoria cap. 104 ) Sect 296 
299. 

Admiralty notice respecting lights 
and fog signals to be carried 
and used by sea-going vessels 
to prevent collision, 24-th. Feb- 
ruary 1858. 

41. Aboard fore and main tacks! 

42. to go aboard. 

43. to keep the land aboard. 

44. to lay a Ship aboard. 

45. to tally or haul the sheets or 
tacks Close aboard. 

46. Abolish v. a. 

47. About adv. on the other tack. 

48. About-ship! 

49. About-ship! (in a galley with 
oars). 

50. About-face! 

51. About-sledge. 

52. All hands about ship! 



merchandises assurees, faireaux 
assureurs d'une cargaison le de- 
laissement des objets assures 
(Code de Commerce litre X du 
Livre II, Section III. Art 369 
396). 

Abandon maritime, delaissement 
abandonnemi'nl. 

baisser pavilion. 

rabattre, rabaisser, abattre, dimi- 
nuer, mollir. 

rabaisser le taux des marchandi- 
ses, le prix des denrees. 

Le vent baisse. 

Abatellement. 



Endroit pour receler les merchan- 
dises, cachette. 

par le travers. 

canons pointes a un angle droit 

de la quille. 
Aubel, peuplier blanc a larges 

feuilles, orme blanc. 
confluent, embouchure. 



Aberration des etoiles. 



Marin expert, homme de mer, pre- 
miere classe de matelots dans la 
marine anglaise. 

matelot, robuste ou fort de corps, 

matelot forme, 
bord, a bord. 

a bord? 

Accoste, embarque! 
Aborder (par accident). 

Decret concernant les feux que 
les navires doivent porter pen- 
dant la nuit et par temps de 
brume le jour, du 28 Mai 1858. 



Amarre les basses voiles! amure 

graude voile! 
Aller a bord. 
se tenir pres de terre, serrer la 

terre. 

aborder de bout au corps. 
Border tout plat, amurer tout bas. 

Abolir, detruire, effacer, aneautir. 

revire, en revirant, de tour en cir- 

conference. 

A-Dieu Va! A Dieu Vat! 
Scie vogue! 

demi-tour a droite ou a gauche. 
}ros marleau, marteau a deux mains. 
En haul tout le monde a virer de 
bord! 



xoBOiiy nojiicy. CB. '3aK. T. XI 
YCT. ToproB. KH III. Paaji. IV. 
III, CT. 1253. 



Hepe^aia 



; cnycTHTfc 
CnycTHTb; yMeHbin 

c6aBJiHTt; noBopoTim; nycTHTbca. 
YMeHbrnHTB utny HE TOBapa, na 

citcTHBie npnnacH. 
Bitepi CTHxaeTT,. 
Sanpememe ToproBaib BEipaaeHie. 

ynoTpeOaaeiioe BI nopxaxi Jle- 

Bairra. 
Mtcio jjra Tail nou npOB03KH TO- 

o6uKHOIieHHO KOHTpa- 



HonepeKi. 

Opyjiia, HasejieHRHK nojji 

ET> KH.1K. 



Ycrte (. 



A^)eppa^ia, oicTynjienie, yK.ioneHie 
, BiijuiMoe jBimeHie ne- 



OHHTHHH MopaKi, Mopexojieui, wa- 
Tpoci. 1-ft ciaiBH Bt 

CKOMl 



H, IICKyCHHH, HpOBOpIIHH 

waipoci). 
Cyjino, ua cy^nt, BnyipH cy^na. 



Ki> 6opiy! npuKasanie 

ciaTh KT, 6opiy. 
IIpucTaBaii! 

CoflTHCb, CBa.lHTbCH HCiaHHHO C'f. 

cyjHoin,, iiaBajiHTB no oHrafiffB na 



(Mtpti npejocxopoajHocTH, 

HHCaHHBIfl PyCCKHMl SaKOHOJia- 

TejitcTBOMT. cojepJKaxca B% IIpo- 
.nojiaieHiflXT. I n II KI CT. 1105 
T. XI, K. II, Paaji. Ill YCT. Top.) 



ii rpoia-rajcu ca,iHTb! 

Ha CVJHO. 

Cepera. 



6opx^ o Copii. 
OcajiiiTB IUKOTH H rajcH 



ynpa3,v 



HHTb. 

ToTiact noc.it 



:Ia upaBO HJIH na .itso! 

MOJIOT'b. 



lonie.Tb Bci na BcpxT,, KI noBOpoiy! 



About. 



Abut. 



53. to go about. 

54. going about. 

55. to put or tack about a ship. 

56. Ready about (right or left)! 

57. to turn about. 

58. Above prep. 

59. Abrasion. S. 

60. Abreast adv., side by side. 



61. We discovered a frigate abreast 
of cape St. Vincent. 

62. The ship has sprung a leak 
abreast the main hatchway. 

63. Abreast within the ship. 

64. Abreast of a place. 

65. Abreast of. 

66. formed abreast. 

67. to lie abreast or alongside 
of a ship. 

8. lying abreast of one another. 

459. Line abreast. 

70. A fleet formed abreast or in 
a line abreast. 

71. Abrid or Air-bed, s. 

72. Abrid-pintle-plate. 

73. Abrocanicntuni S. C. 

74. Absciss, s. 

75. Absence, s. 

76. Leave of absence. 

77. to grant leave of absence. 

78. Absent, adj. 

79. Absent without leave. 

Qu. Reg. el Adm. Instr. Ch. XII 
23. 24 Ch. XXVII 3. 4. Ap- 
pendix. 

23 et 24 Victoriae. Cap 123 Part 
I art. XXII. 

80. Absent one's self. 

81. Absent one's self without 
leave. 

82. Absentee, s. 



83. Absentee-book. 

84. Absolutory sentence. 

85. Absorption, s. 

86. the absorption of the sides 
of a ship. 

87. Abstract, s. 

88. Abstract of an account cur- 
rent. C. 

89. A -burl on. 

90. A-burton orlop burton tackle 

91. Casks Stowed a-hurton. 

92. Abut v. a. 



virer, revirer de bord. 

revirement. 

virer de bord, rebander. 

Pare a virer! 

faire conversion ou volte face. 

au dessus de, plus de, plus que, 

ci-dessus, 
Broutage, attrition. 

par le travers, de front, de rang, 

vis-a-vis de, a c&te" 1'un de 

1'autre. c6te a c6te. 
Nous decouvrimes une fregate par 

le travers du cap St. Vincent. 
11 s'est declare une voie d'eau au 

vaisseau vis a vis la grande econ- 

tille. 

perpendiculaire a la quille. 
Vis a vis de tel endroit. 
a 1'ouvert. 
Sur une ligne de front. 

Elonger un vaisseau. 

C6te a c6te ou par le travers 1'un 

de 1'autre. 
Ligne perpendiculaire du vont. 

Escadre sur une ligne de front. 

traverse. 

Entretoise, support de cheville ou- 
vriere. 

Engrossement, accaparement. 

Abscisse. 

Absence, eloignement 

Conge, permission, semestre. 

Donner un conge, accorder permis- 
sion. 

Absent, eloigne. 

Absent sans permission ou sans 
conge. 

(Dec. s 1'org. du Pers. d. Equ.d. 
1 Flotte litre 6. Ch. IV. Art. 189.) 



S'absenter. 

S'absenter sans permission ou sans 

conge, 
absent, absent de son poste. 



Livre oil sont rotes les absents. 
Sentence de dechargo. 

Absorption, engloutissemem. 
Absorption des ilancs d'ini' navire. 

Resume, extrait, precis.. 
Extrait ou aperc.u du compic. 

En traverse du vaisseau, <MI par- 

lant des pieces d'arrimage. 
Bredindin. 

Tonneaux places en travers d'un 

navire. 
butter, abuller, aboutir, so termi- 

ner. coufii.er a. 



na apyrofi rajic-B. 

IIOUOpOTT.. 

aa .npyroft me*. 
Ho sitcTain,!, Kt noBopoiy! 

IIOBOpOTHTb. 



nepe- 



IIIepoxoBaiocTb, 

Tiipanie, nepOBHocxb. 
Ha TpaBepefe, T. e. ea nepneHjH- 

Kyjiapii fliaMCTpajibHou MOCKO- 

CTH. 
MH yBiijvkjiH <J)peraT7, npoxHEi MHca 

CB. BaKeHTia. 
Bi KopaGjii noKasajiacb TC% upo- 

I'pOTl-JIJOKa. 



KT> KIUJO. 
TaKoro-io Micia. 
Hpn BXOJVE, y Bxc^a. 
BT> JtHHin <|>poHTa, Ha 

japi Kypca. 
JlesiaTB 6oprB o Goprs iijin 

y jpyraro na ipasepct. 
Jlesa HJIH Haxo^acb 6opii o (5opT& 
HJIH Ha Tpasepcfe. 
iff na nepnetwiKyjiflpi; stipa, 

Biipa. 
nocipoeH^ BI .inHiro Ha 



nonepe i iHHKi,, 
PacKocnHa, pacnopna 



A6i;ncca. 
OicyiCTBie, ouiyiKa. 
OxnycKt. 

PaapimiiTf,, jiaxt oinycKt, ,a,o2BO- 
jenie na 



6esi> 



OT.iyniTi.ca 6esT> josBO-ienia, caiio- 

BOJILHO. 
OiJiyHKa, coctofliiie ne npn noi;\\- 

HOCTII, caMouojimoe ocTaBJienie 

nocTa. 
Kunra, /pa saiiucini OTcyTCTByio- 



oui. ocBOuo;i;fleHin OTT. 

OTBtTCTBGHHOCTH. 

Ilouomeuie, BcacuBanie. 
IIoaBJienie COROBOH TGIII. 



iioB.ieieiiie, coKpameuie, 
BunncKa iisi c i ieTa. 



> ^ 

noncperi. Kopaojia, roBOpa out 

yK.iaaui rpysa. 
ManTH.li.. MaH'iH.ii. Ta.in, XBaTT.- 

T3JIII . 

BOMKH, jMOHieHHtia noneperB cy^na- 
J],oxojtHTL no, OKaH'iiiBaTtca, rpaim- 



Abutment. 



Accountability. 



93. Abutment s. 

94. Abutting part. 

95. Academy, s. 

96. Commercial academy. 

97. Accelerate, v. a. 

98. Accelerated motion. 

99. Acceleration, s. 
100. Acccleratlve, adj. 

101. Accelerativc force. 

102. Accendibllity, S. 

103. Accendlble, adj. 

104. Accenslon, S. 

105. Accept, v. a. C. 

106. Acceptation (acceptance) of 
a bill of exchange. C. 
(MacCulloch. V. bill of exchange). 

107. Access, s. 

108. Accessory, S. 

109. fund and its accessory. C. 

110. Accidents of the sea. 

111. Accident to the Engine. 

112. Accidentally, adv. 

113. Accllve, adj. 

114. Acclivous, adj. 

115. Acclivity, s. 

116. Accommodate, v. a. 

117. Accommodation, S. 



118. Accommodation-ladder. 

119. Accompany, V. a. 

120. Accomplice, S. 

121. Accomplish, V. a. 

122. Accon s., small flat bottomed 
boat. 

123. Accord, s. 

124. Accord, v. a. 

125. Accordance, S. 

126. in accordance with. 
12". Accost, v. a. 

128. Account, s. 

129. Soldier's account book. 



130. Account, v. a. 

131. to account for. 

132. Accountable, adj. 

133. Accountability, s. 



buttee, about, but, culee, pied droit, 
aboutissant, aboutement , arc- 
boutant, contre-fiche. 

aboutissant, saillant, s'elanc.ant;em- 

branchement. 
Academie, pension, institution ecole. 

Ecole de Commerce. 

Accelerer, hater, avancer, presser, 
precipiler. 

Mouvement des corps tombants. 

Acceleration. 

Accelerateur. 

Force acceleratrice. 

Inflammabilite. 

Inflammable. 

Inflammation. 

Accepter, recevoir, agreer. 

Acceptation, le premier honneur. 
Code de Commerce Livre 1, litre 
VIII, section 1-re III, art. 
118128. 

Acces, entree, abord, surcroit, ad- 
dition, augmentation, accession. 

Complice, accessoire. 

Principal et interets. 

Accidents sur mer. 

Accident a la machine. 

Accidentellement. 

Qui s'eleve en pente, montant. 

Qui est en pente, montant. 

Montee, elevation, montant d'une 
colline. 

Accommoder, ajuster, conformer, 
agencer, fournir, pourvoir, pro- 
curer, regler. 

Logement, chambre , emmenage- 
ments du vaisseau, rapport, ac- 
cord, convenance, conformite, 
ajustemenl, accommodement, 

echelle de commandement. 
Accompagner, convoyer. 

complice. 

effecluer, accomplir, realiser, venir 

a bout. 
Accon. 

Accord, union, convenance, 
Accorder, ajuster, accommoder. 

Accord, conformite, bonne intelli- 
gence, union. 
D'accord avec, conformemenl au. 

Aborder, accosler, approcher de. 

Corn pic, calcul, avis, relation, rap- 

. port. 

Livrel de comple ou de soldat. 



EstimcT, tenir, regarder. 

Rendre conipto ou raison, expli 

quor. 

Complable, rcsponsable . 
Comptabilile, responsabilile. 



Ynopx., nojuiopa , onopa , ynop- 
naa nojymKa, onopa CBoaa, npa- 
flfjiKa, nacTaBKa, xopeui, KO- 
neirb, SeperoBofi ycxofi. 

OKan^HBaiomift, Bbicxynaioiiuii, Biaio- 
nu'ftca; pynaBi,. 

ia, yqeSHoe sasejenie, yni- 



KoMMepiecKoe 

, nocirfemim, 



cisopocTH. 
, ycKopin 
Ciuia, yci;op/'iK)iuaa jumxeaie. 



roproiiij, 
BocnjiaMeneHie. 



iipii3Haiie 

T. XI. KB. II. Pawfcn. I. 
jeHie V, YCT. Topr. CT. 571 
584. 

pHCTyni, socxyni, BXOIX, opH6a- 
Bjeoie, 



n npouenxu. 
HecMacxHue CJiyiaH Ha nopt. 
ieHie BI> Mainnnt. 



QoBaraft. 



BCXOAI>, Kocoropi.. 

IIpHcnoco6HTb, 

ycxpOHTb; 



ie, KOMiiara; ycrpoficTuo 
ia Ha KopaSjrh, Kama; 
npncnoco6jeHie, npHHapOBjeHie, 
ycxpoficTBO, eor.wuicHie, npHMH- 
peflie, 



IIpOBOa;aXb, KOHBOHpOBaXB, 

saxb. 



co- 



HcnojHHXB, coBepniHXB, OKOHHHXB; 
coBepineucxBoBaxB. 

njocnojiOHHoe 



Corjacie, c^tJiKa, yroBOpi, pa^a. 
CorjainaxB, uacxponBaxB, ycxponxB, 



cor-iainenie. 



, COo6pa3HOCXB, 

, coo6pa3no, co- 
Ilpiicxaib , npHsaJiiiTB , HOJIOHXII , 



, pac'iexi), ii3Bf,cxie, coooiue- 
Hie, jOHecenie, paiiopxxi, oxiexi). 
saiiHcunaiiia BtijaHx 
nnaMi npirmxaioiua- 

TOCfl HMT. ^ 

, .c'nixaxb, 



OTBf.TCTBeHHLlfl. 

OxieXHOCXb , OTFl.TCTBClIHOCTL. 



Accouplc. 



5 



Action. 



134. Aceouple V. a. 
Accourlbroad V. (invnlu'iirl. 

135. Accoutre, V. a. 

136. Accoutred, parl. 

137. fully accoutred. 

138. Accoutrement, S. 



139. Accretion, S. 

140. Achievement, S. 

141. Acid, adj. 

142. Acid, s. 

143. Acknowledge, V. a. 

144. Acknowledgment, S. 

145. A-cock-blll. 

146. Acorn, s. 

147. Acorn, truck. 
140. Acorn-biitton. 

149. Acoustic signals. 

150. Acquit v. a. 

151. to acquit a prisoner. 
!;>. Acquittal, s. 

153. Across prep.and adv. 

154. to lie or set across. 

153. that goes or passes across. 
156. to moor across. 

151. Mooring across. 

158. Yards across. 

159. Across, a-beam. 

160. Act, s. 

161. Mutiny act. 

162. Act, v. a. 

163. Act together. 

164. Act of navigation (issued by 
Cromwell). 

165. Act of protestation. 

166. Acting part, and adj. 
16*7. Acting officer. 



168. Acting non commissioned of- 
ficer. 

169. Acting mate. 



170. Action, s. 

111. Single or double acting. 

172. Action and reaction. 

173. back action lock. 



Accoupler, joindre. 

Accoulrer, equiper, parer, ajuster, 

habiller. 
equipe, arme. 
Arme de toutes pieces. 
Accoutrement, equipage, parure, 

ajustement, habit, grand equipe- 

ment. 
Accroissement, atterrissement. 

Achevement, execution, ccuvre, ex- 
ploit, action signalee. 

Acide, aigre, piquant. 

Acide. 

Reconnaitre, admettre, avouer. 

Reconnaissance, aveu, excuse, con- 
cession, recompense. 

a pic, en bee de coq. a la veille. 

pomme de girouette, pomme de 
flamme, gland, boureche. bou- 
rache, bouraque. 

pomme de mat. 

Gland. 

Signaux acoustiques. 

decharger, degager, relever, acquit- 
ter, absoudre. 

acquitter, declarer non coupable 
1'accuse. 

acquittement, declaration de non 
culpabilite. 

h travers, au travers, de travers; 
en croix, croise. 

Entraverser. 

Traversier . 

Affourcher, s'aflburcher. 

attburchage. 
Vergues en croix. 

en bretoii. 

Acte, action, trait 

Code penal militaire. 

agir, pjperer, fonctionner, influer, se 
comporter, seconduire, negocier. 
Ameuter un equipage, s'accorder. 



Acte de navigation. 

Acte de protestation. 

Bleu, appointe, aclif. 

Officier bleu, officier, qu'un capi- 
taine de vaisseau cree k son bord 
pour y servir faute d'offlcier 
major appointe. 

officier en fonction de. 



Enseigne auxiliaire- 



Action, combat, melee, jour nee. 
a simple ou a double efief. 
Action et reaction, 
platine renversee. 



CoiexaTB, COCIHHHTL. 

OAT.XB, 3KHimpoBaxB, 
rnaxB 



npa- 



Bnojint Boopyateiumfi. 

SKimnpOBKa, noj- 



Ilpiiiiouua, naHoct seMjra xeienieMi 

ptnii. 
OKOHiauie, iicnojiiieHie, npoH3Be^e- 

nie, nojiBHri. 

, yucycHufi, ocipuii. 



B03Harpasji;e- 



Cosnanie, 

Hie, narpajiia 
Ha Kpasi6ojit, 
KJOTIIKI. 



KJIOTHKI.. 



AKycTHieci;ie, 
OcBoCoj;nTB, 



06i>flBHTb 

HEIM'L. 

OnpaBjiaHie, o<3i>flBjieHie, 



CKBOSB, nacKBOSB; na Tpasepci, 

nonepeKi>; i;pecToo6pa3HO. 
CiaxB na TpaBepci. 
IIonepe i iHBift. 
CxaiB (J)epTOHHi"B , cxanoBHTBca 



Pen npano, T. e. pen noneperb 



Ha Tpasepci. 

AKTT>; nocxynOKi, nepxa, 



BOGHHBIXT. JTOJOBHBIX^ HO- 



BCCTH Ce6fl, HMilTB 

nocxynaxB. 
,3,-feficTBOBaxB corjiacHO, Butcxi, npi- 
y^HXB 3KHna;cT, jiificxBOBaxB co- 
rjiacHO, paCoxaxB 
anxt 



AKX'B o npoxecxt. 



Ox>nu;epT>, BpeiieHHO 
jlJia oxnpaB.ieiria AOJISHOCTH ox- 
cyxcxByKmaro HIH sa6ojitBraaro. 



BpeiieHHO ncnpaB- 

ift flOJIKHOCXB VHXepT, - 0(J)If- 

n;epa. 
MniJiaH'B anoincKaro *jioxa, BBI- 

ji;epa;aBinifi jrefixeHaHxciuft 9K3a- 

MCHi), no ne nojif^HBraifi jiefixe- 

nanxcKaro inna. 
^tftcxBie, fliuio, cpaatenie, 
Ilpocxaro nra SBoflnaro 
JJ,McxBie H npoxHEO^McxBie. 
PyjKefiHBifi saMOKi,, oxjia^Haro OTT. 

OfcKHOBeHHHX'B SaMKOB'L VCIpOU- 



Action. 



Admiral. 



174. to bring or come to action. 

115. to clear for action. 

176. to form line for action. 

111. Slight action. 

178. Action on pclicy C. 

179. Actions (shares) C. 

180. Actual adj. 

181. Actual power. 

182. Acute, adj. 

183. Addition, S. 

184. Address, s. 

185. Adhesion or adherence. 

186. Adhesive, adj. 

187. Adit (sometimes called air- 
hole or drift), s. 

188. Adjoin v. a. and n. 



189. Adjoining) adj. 

190. Adjourn, v. a. and n. 

191. Adjournment, s. 

192. Adjust, v. a. 

193. to adjust a quadrant. 

194. to adjust the ribs or frames 
of a ship. 

1 !(.". Adjusting, adjustment, S. 

136. Adjusting an engine. 

197. Adjusting-pin. 

198. Adjusting or set screw. 

199. Adjustment of the average C. 

200. Adjutage or ajutage s. 

201. Administration, s. 

202. Admiral, Lord nigh Ad- 
miral . 

Qu. Reg. et Adm. Instr. Ch HI 
III 1. IX 1. 

203. Admiral of the fleet. 

Qu. Reg. et Adm. Instr. Chap. 
Ill IV 2. V 4. IX 3. 
XIII 1. 

204. Admirals of the "White, Red 
and Blue Squadrons. 

Qu. Reg. and Adm. Instr. Ch. 
Ill IX 4. 5. 6. Appendix. 



20o. Vice-Admirals of the White, 
Red and Blue Squadrons. 



Entamer un combat, en venir aux 
mains. 

Se preparer au combat. 

Se mettre en batter ie. 

Affaire. 

Proces pour affaires d'assurance. 

Actions. 

Effectif, actuel, veritable. 

Puissance effective, 

Aigu, percent, fin, penelrant, de- 
lie, subtil, saillant. 

Addition, accroissement, augmenta- 
tion, surcroit. 

Adresse, di scours. 

Adhesion, tenacite, adherence 

adhesif, gluant, visqueux, tenace. 

gallerie, passage, entree, acces, 

eventoir, reservoir, 
adjoindre, ajouter, attacher, avoisi- 

ner, elre contigu a ou voisin de. 

voisin, qui avoisine, qui est voi- 
sin de. 

ajourner, remetlre, renvoyer, dif- 
fere'r, etre ajourne. 

ajournement. 

ajuster, dresser, raccorder, accor- 
der, regler, arreter. 

Regler un octant ou quart de cercle. 

Perpigner. 



ajustage, raccord, raccordement, ar- 
rangement, ajuslement. 

Dressage, dressage d'une machine 
a vapeur. 

goujon. 

"Vis de pression, vis a rappel. 

repartition des avaries d'un navire. 

ajutage, tuyau de cuivre. 
intendance, direction, conduite, ad- 
ministration. 
Amiral, Grand amiral. 



L'Amiral d'Angleterre. 



amiraux de 1'escadre blanche, rouge 
ou bleue; amiral. 

Decret sur le Service a bord des 
batiments de la flotte du 1 5 Aout 
" 1851. litre I, art. 1; litre II, 
art. 16; litre XVII, chap. IV, 
sect. I, art. 713 & 714; chap. X, 
art. 767. 

vice - amiraux d'escadres blanche, 
rouge el bleue. Vice-Amiral. 



licxynHXb Bt 6ofi, imaxb, 



60K>. 

Bcxaxi. BI SoeByro nosnuiio 
He6ojibmoe jtjio. 
Ilpouecc-b no cxpaxouaniio. 
AKIUH, nan. 

, xeiiepeiuHiii. 



, npOH3HXeJU>HUii, TOHKifi, 



Aipecc'i, pt^ 

CutiueHie, ceasb, npucxaBaHie. npn- 

.iniiaiiic. 
JlnnKifi, cBaauBawmifi, coejiHHH- 

XCJIbHblH. 

JI,yinHHKT., oxjyiiiumi, upojiymHHa. 



IIpHCOejlHHHXb, 

saxb; 6HTt 

CXBt. 

Coct^mft, CMf.;HiaR, 



IIpHBfl- 



OT.10!KHTJ>. 



OxcpoHKa. 



OKTUH'l.. 

miianroyxu, x. e. 
ycxanoBiixi. HXT> BI. HaAJteJKameMi. 
nojoaieiiiii. 

upnronKa. 



YcxanoBKa napoKoft 



Cxepa;eni>, iiiKBOpem., inxupi. 

HaatHMHOH B1IHTT>. 

Pacnpejiijienie 11 pacincjienie y6ux- 
KOBI no caynaio aBapiii cyjina. 

HacxaBKa, uacxaBflaa xpyfiKa. 

oaBtjUBanie, aji,jiiiiincxpauia, HH- 
xenjiaHxcxBo, ynpaBJienie. 



MopcKOH YCXUBI. Paajtijn. 5. 
I. Ox;i. 4-, CT. 865. 



([.ioxa Bticuiee 
eH.-AAii. BT. 



noc-ife 

(JtJIOTt 



: Ctaofi, KpacHoft H CH- 



Heft 



Mope-Kofi Ycxau't, Paaji-BJii. V, l\i. 
I. Ox^-ieHie 4, ex. 865; TJI. II 
Oxa. 2, ex. 954. 



u: Gi.iofi, npacHofl H 



Admiral. 



Advertise. 



Ou. Reg. et Adm. Instr. Ch. Ill 
8 IX -4. a. 6. g XMI 2 Appendix. 



(M'. ar-AdmIrls of the While, 
Red and Blue Squadrons. 

Qu. Reg. et Adm. Instr. Ch. Ill 
g IX 4. 5. 6. XHI 3. appendix. 



207. Admlralship, S. 

208. Admiral ship. 

209. Admiralty, S. 

210. Boards of Admiralty. 

211. Court Of Admiralty. 

212. Lords Commissioners of the 
Admiralty. 

213. Admission, S. 

214. Adoption, S. 

215. Adoption by arms. 

21 ti. Adoption of a camrade. 

217. Adopted Captain C. 

218. Adorn, V. a. 

219. Adrift, adv. broken from 
moorings. 

220. Adrift (to go). 

221. Adrift from moorings. 

222. to break adrift from moor- 
ings C. 

223. to turn a sailor adrift C. 



224. Advance, S. 

225. Advance or march in line. 

226. Advance-movement. 

227. Advance-money. 

228. Advance, v. a. and n. 

229. Advance in promotion or 
rank. 

230. Advancement by seniority. 

231. Advancement by selection. 

232. Adventurer, s. C. 

233. Adventurer, one not estab- 
lished in business C. 

234. Merchant adventurers C. 

233. Adventurers. 

236. Adversary, adj. 

237. Adverse \vind. 

238. Advertise, v. a. 



Decret sur le service a bord des 
batimenls de la tlotle du 1 5 Aout 
1851. Tilre I, art. 2; litre II; 
art. 16; tilre XVII, ch. IV, sect. 
I, art. 715 et 716; ch. X, art. 768. 

contre - amiraux d'escadre blanche, 
rouge el bleue. Contre-Amiral. 

Decret sur 1'organisalion du ser- 
vice a bord des bailments de la 
flolle du 15 Aout 1851. Tilre 1 
art. 3; tilre II, art. 16; litre 
XVII, ch. IV, sect. I, art. 717; 
ch. X, art. 768. 

amiralat, dignite d'amiral. 
Vaisseau Amiral, ou vaisseau com 

mandanl d'une armee navale. 
Amiraute. 

Offices, bureaux de 1'Amiraule. 

Cour de 1'Amiraule. 

Lords Commissaires de 1'Amiraule. 

Admission, introduction, 
adoption, choix. 

adoption par les armes, adoption 

militaire. 

adoption d'honneur. 
Capitaine posliche. 
garnir, ouvrager. 
a la ronce, en derive, au gre des 

flots ou du vent, a 1'abandon. 
deriver, aller en derive, 
demarre. 

faire voile, metlre en mer, s'eloi- 

gner de la cote, 
mettre un matelot malfaileur a ter 

re, ou 1'abandonner sur une ter 

re etrangere ou deserte. 

avancement, avance, demarche, pas, 

ap0roche, mouvement en avant. 
marche en bataille, en avant de 

front ou en ligne- 
Mouvemenl en avant. 
Avance. 
avancer, se porter en avant, faire 

avancer, monter en grade, ap- 

procher, elever. 
avancer, monter en grade, gagner 

de 1'avancement. 
Avancement par anciennete, h 

1'anciennete. 
Avancement au choix. 
aventurier, interlope, 
avenlurier, marron. 

Compagnie de negocianls anglais 
au XV et XVI S. 

qui se chargent d'elablir des colo- 
nies. 

oppose, conlraire, ennemi. 

vent contraire. 

avertir, informer, donner avis, an- 
noncer. 



CM. 



Hofi H CHnefi dCKaxpu. 
CM. BUine. 



Kpac- 



, 3BaHie 
K0pa6.ii>. 



AIMH- 



pajneflcTBO. 



MCHTU 
BepxoBHHtt Cyst 



BnycKanie. 
Bbidopi), npieMi BT> 
ycBOHBanie. 

BI 6paxcxBO, BT> 



BpejieHHOfi 

YKpaciiTb, cafaaTb yKpainenia 

,3,pefi(]ioBaTi>, iiajaxb 

CHOCHMUM'b. 



CopBaxLca co niBapxoBOBi), oijia- 

IHBapXOBU. 

BT> Mope ; BHnycxHXB uiBap- 

TOBtl. 

Biica.THTB uiaxpoca, npecxyiiHHKa, Ha 
6eperi> HJIH noKiiuyxt ero Ha iy- 
iRofi sesijit HJH BI> HeoCiixaeiiOM* 



Bi> opjiepi, BI> 



Biiepeii.. 
BnepejX), no^BHraxtca, 



no.iyinxt noBmnenie, 



IIpOHSBOflCXBO Bl HHHH HO CXap- 

niiiHcxBy. 

HpOHSBOJlCXBO BT) MIIHIJ HO 



, HesaKonno xopryronu'n. 



OomecxBO AnrjiifiCKiixi. 
XY H XVI ex. 
a, npiiHHMaiomifl na ce6a ycx- 

pOHCXBO KOJOHifi. 
OIIIBOnOJIOaHblft, npOTHBHblfi, HC- 

npiaxeJBCKifl. 

[IpOXHBHIilft B'EXep'B."! 

ejynpe^ixb, yB^OMHTB, H3Bic- 
IHXB, coo6mnxi>, 



Advice. 



8 



After. 



239. Advice, s. 

240. Advice-boat. 

241. Advice-ship, descrying ship. 

242. Advice-steamboat or ad- 
vice-steamer. 

243. Advice-vessel. 

244. Advocate, s. 

245. Deputy judge advocate. 

246. Judge advocate general. 

247. Adze, s or addice (obsolete). 

248. Hollow adze. 

249. to cut with the adze. 

250. Aerology, s. 

251. Aerometer, s. 

252. Aeoroscope, s. 

253. Affair, s. 

254. Affeer, v. a. 

255. Affidavit, S. 

256. Afflhage, S. 

257 . Affinity, S. 

258. Affreightment, s. C. 

259. Afloat, adv., resting on the 
surface of the water. 

260. to bring afloat. 

261. Bringing afloat. 

262. to get a Ship afloat. 



263. Afore adv. forward. The op- 
posite of abaft. 

264. The manger stands afore 
the fore-mast. 

2.65. Aft (abaft), adj., near the 
stern. 

266. Aft, tail-bay of a lock. 

267. Afloat aft. 

268. The wind is right aft. 

269. Wind aft. 

270. The wind comes aft. 

271. The fore-mast hangs aft. 

272. Afore and aft IUH fore and 
aft. 

273. Run out the guns fore and 
aft.' 

274. The jib-sheet is aft. 

275. Haul aft the jib-sheet! 

276. Is the fore-sheet flat aft? 

277. After, adv. 



578. The after-balance frame. 



avis, conseil, avertissement. nou- 
velle, lettre d'avis. 

aviso, mouche, corvette aviso, bar- 
que ou potache d'avis, ramberge. 



eclaireur, bailment en decouverte. 
Aviso, mouche & vapeur. 



Aviso. 

Avocat. 

Auditeur mililaire. 

Audileur general. 

lierminette, doloire, aisselte, ais- 

seau, tille. 

herminette courbe ou gouged, 
decouvrir le bois. 
aerologie, science de 1'air. 
Aerometre. 

observation de 1'air. 
affaire, demele, combat, 
fixer le minimum d'une amende, 
d'une peine. 

declaration, deposition, affirmation, 

attestalion sous sermenl. 
affinage, aclion d'affiner les metaux. 
affinite. 

affr&ement, nolissement. 
;i flot. 

afllouer, remettre un navire a flot. 



afflouage, alflouement , raflouage, 

renflouage. 
dechouer, desechouer, remettre un 

vaisseau a flot, relever un vais- 

seau echoue". 
avant, devant, en avant, de 1'avant. 

La gatte est devant le mat de mi- 

saine. 
arriere, de 1'arriere el en arriere. 

Ecluse d'aval, partie inferieure d'une 

ecluse. 

h flot de 1'arriere. 
Le vent est droit derriere. 
Vent arriere. 
Le vent adonne. 
Le mat de misaine est incline en 

arriere. 
de 1'avant & 1'arriere, de long en 

long, dans toute la longueur du 

vaisseau. 
avancez les canons! 

Le,foc esl borde\ 

Borde le foe! 

La misaine est elle bordee tout 

plat? 
de 1'arriere. 



Couple de balancement de 1'arriere. 



ie, coo(5m,e- 
Hie HOBOCTH, npejioxpaneHie. 

ABHSO pascujiOHnoe cyflHO, aensoe 
cysHo OTpaHtaeiioe oxt <j )JIOTa 
jua Ha6"jiK>ji;eHifl 3a jVBiiciBiaMH 
nenpiaxeJia. 

<Pop3eMjn>, KOpatfjiB nocjanHHft saa 
penorHocninpOBKH. 

[lapOBoft 



cy r nno. 



Kpyrjiaa ui.i 

06tecaTi> .nepeso, Tecais MJUIXTOH). 

Aeopo^oria nayKa o Bossyxtr 

OSJiyXOM'Bpl, H3M'BpH- 

cTenenii IUOTHOCTH B-xa. 

ajt-r. Bosjiyxowi. 
cpasenie. 
HasHaiiiTi, naiiMeiinnyK) nemo, upH- 
roBopHTi> in, nanM6HbineMy 
3amx>. 



nojiT> npacflroro 
$pHineBanie, o'tHmeni 

CpOflCTBO. 

3a<J)paxTOBanie, HaeMi> cyjina 
IIjiHBymift na BOJVE, H 

Ha BOIBHOfl BOJlt. 

BHBecib , ctauiHTb aa 

CHHTb CT> M6JH. 

BHBOJVI> cyana Ha ray6HHy. 
CHKTB, ciamntb cyjino ex 



IZepeinaa 'laciB Kopa()Jia, 
cnepejiH. 



, saanaaiacTi, KopaSjw (npo- 

ioBy afore). 
(no Teieniro) 



Kopna Ha BOJibHoft 
Btxepi npaMo ct Kopsta (BT, Kopny). 
, no Biipy. 

OTXOJtHTt. 

naMOHCHa na Kopiay. 



K0pa6ja, 



Ci> nocy na Kopiiy, 

BO BCK> JlJIHHy K 



BH^BHHB Bci nynrKH sa 



iicTa JIH 4>OKa IHKOTI? 

3aji;Hift, OTHOCHTCHKO BcaKOMy npeji- 

weiy, naxojiameMyca 

HaciH KOpafJjia. 
3a^Hiii6ajiaHC^ mnanroyTi, ( 



After. 



9 



Ahead. 



219. The after-capstan. 

280. The after-cuddy C. 

281. After-fcody 
After-end of a vessel V. end. 

282. After-guard. 

283. After-hatchway. 

284. After-hold C. 

285. After-leach (of a staysail), 

286. After-Ilght-rooni. 

287. After-magazine. 

288. Aftermost oar. 

289- Aftermost ship in the line. 

290. Afternoon-watch. 

291. After-part of a sail. 

292. After-piece of a rudder. 

293. After-reckoning, C. 

294. After-sails. 

295. After-time or hours. 

296. Aftmost, aftermost, ad. 

297. Aftmost lower corner of a 
lateen sail. 

298. Aftmost ihwarl of a galley. 



299. Agaric, s. 

300. Agency, s. 

301. Agent, s. (Consular). 

302. Agent, chemical, physical. 

303. Agent victualler. 

304. Aglet or Aiglet. 

305. Agreement, s. C. 

306. Articles of agreement. 

307. Agreement between Stales 
for the delivery of deserters. 

308. to enter into an agreement. 

309. Aground, adv. 

310. to be fast aground. 

311. to run aground. 



312. Running aground or strand- 
ing. 

313. to run a ship aground. 

314. Ahead adv. in the direction 
of the vessel's head. 

315. Ahead of US. 

316. To run ahead of one's reck- 
oning. 

317. to haul one's self ahead. 

318. right ahead. 

319. To go ahead. 



Le cabestan de 1'arriere, petit ca- 

beslan. 
tille d'arriere. 
Arriere poupe. 

Les matelots <iu gaillard d'arriere. 

ecoutille d'arriere. 

arriere cale, cale d'arriere, cale au 

vin. 
Ralingue de chute. 

Soute vitree de 1'arriere. 



Soute aux poudres de 1'arriere. 

aviron de queue. 

Queue d'une ligne. 

Quart de midi a quatre. 

en dessous. 

Safran. 

revision de comptes, surcroit , 

subrecot, nouveau compte. 
Voiles de 1'arriere. 
terns, heures en sus. 

dernier, a la queue, de 1'arriere, 

plus pres de la poupe. 
escot. 

espale. 



agaric, amadou. 

Agence. 

Agent, agent consulaire. 

Agent chimique, physique. 

avitailleur, agent des vivres, di- 
recteur des vivres de la marine. 

aiguillette. 

accord, rapport, convention, pacte, 
contrat, stipulation, arrete. 

engagement. 

Cartel d'extradition. 

faire une convention, venir a com- 
position. 

echoue, a terre, en echouage a la 
c6te, a sec, sur le rivage. 

mouiller par la quille. 

faire echouer, echouer, engraver, 
investir, s'assabler, donner a la 
cote. 

"Echouement, echouage. 

couler a fond un navire, faire 

echouer un navire. 
en avant, en avant du vaisseau, 

devant, d'avance, de 1'avant, en 

barbe. 
De 1'avant de nous, . a 1'avant de 

nous, 
etre en avanl de son point, ou de 

son estime, se faire de 1'arriere, 

depasser. 
se touer. 

droit devant, droit debout. 
Aller de 1'avant. 



');i.! a ii: num. IB. 



pyCita. 

'laCTB. 



K)TOBBie Maxpocsi. 



JHOITB. 



JIHK1>-TpOC7., 

pana y cxaKce.iefi H xpHcejieii. 
<I>OHapHaa sa^nen Kpioxt - Kanopu, 

Kt (^OHapXMl MaAOH KpK)flT1>- 



KopsioBaa i;pK>T7,-KaMOpa; na-iaa 

KpK)T1>-KaMOpa. 

3arpe6Hoe nec^o. 

ift Kopaftjii. BT, JiiiHiH. 
o.iyji;eHHaH Baxia. 
cropoua napyca. 
Ilepo py.ia. 

ia, nontpna cieroBij, nepciH- 



napyca. 
CBepxi HasnaieHHaro 



Kpafinift, nocJi^Hiu KI> K 

CoyiT. jaTHucKai'o na- 



pyca. 
Micro BT> Kopiii 

6aHi;n so axTep^-I^TeBHa, Kopno- 

saa 6anKa. 
Tpyit. 
ArenTCTBO. 

ArcHTi, KOHcjifcCKift areuit. 
AreHTi> 



Mopci;ou. 



CorjiameHie, oiHonieHie, 
, yciOBie. 



TocyjiapcTBaMH o 



yc-iOBie. 



CroBOpiiiBca, 



Ha Me.in, HOBpe^eHHBift, 

Hbift na Ceperi, o6Me.itBmift. 
BpfeaiBca, BciaxB Ha MCJIB. 
BBICKOHHTB na MBJIB, Ha 6epei"i 



CiaiB na M6JI&. 
Bti6pocHTi>ca na Ceperi. 

, nepejTB HOCOMI K0pa6.ia, 



nact. 
BBITB Bnepe r i;H cBoero 



Hpaiao 



Bnepe.^. BMXOAHTB na 



Ahead. 



10 



Air. 



320. line ahcu. 

321. Wind ahead. 

322. to lay a Ship ahead. 

323. "Wind dead ahead. 

324. ahoy! ship ahoy! 

325. Ahull, adv., the situation ol 
a vessel when she lies with all 
her sails furled and her helm 
lashed a-lee. 

326. Aid, s. 

327. Aid, v. a. 

328. Aid de camp s. 

329. Algnlet, s. V. aglet. 

330. Aim, s. 

331. to aim, to take aim. 

332. Oblique aim. 

333. Aim between wind and water. 



334. to aim at the hull, at the 
masts, at the load water line etc. 

335. Aim-frontlet. 

336. Air, s. 

337. Air-box. 

338. Air casings st. eng. 

330. cold air or blast. 

310. Compression or concussion of 

the air by the explosion of 

powder. 

341. Air-cone. 

342. Air-cushion. 

343. foul-air. 

344. Air-furnace. 



345. Air-gun. 

346. heated air or hot blast. 

347. Air-holder. 

348. Air-hole. 

349. Air-holes. 

350. Air-pipe or shaft. 

351. Air-pump. 

352. Air-pump-bucket or piston. 

353. Air-pump cover. 

354. Air-pump-cross-bar or cross 
head. 

355. Air-pump cylinder. 
350. Air-pump-guide-rods. 

357. Air-pump piston-ring. 

358. Air-pump piston-rod. 
360. Air-pump side-rod. 

381. Air-pump side-rod pin 

rilUd. 

362. Air-pump valve. 

363. Air-shaft. 

364. Air-space. 
565. Air-trap. 

366. Air-trunk. 

367. Air-tubes st. eng. 

368. Air-valve. 



or 



ligne de plus pres. 

Vent devant. 
Serrer le vent, 
vent tout contraire. 
o! du vaisseau! 

a coque, avec la coque scule, a sec, 
a mAls et a cordes. 



aide, secours, assistance, subside. 

aider, secourir, assister. 

Aid de camp. 

aiguillette. 

hausse, mire, blanc, but, vue. 

pointer, pointer un canon, ajuster 

mirer, viser. 
Poinlage oblique, 
pointage a couler bas. 



po : nter en plein bois, a demaler, 

a la flottaison etc. 
fronteau de mire, 
air. 

boite a air, reservoir d'air. 
chemise. 

Air froid. 
Souffle. 



trop plein de la bAche. 

Matelas d'air. 

moufette. 

fourneau a air ou a reverbere. 



fusil, arquebuse a air. 

air chaud; air chaufte. 

tube a air, gazometre. 

Soufflure, globule. 

ventouses, event, soupirail, gal- 

lerie. 

Soupirail, buse, event, tuyau. 
Pompe a air, pompe d'eau chaude. 
piston de la pompe a air. 
Couvercle de pompe a air. 
te de pompe a air. 

Cylindre de pompe a air. 
Guides du te de la pompe a air. 

Couronne de pompe a air. 



Tige de pompe a air. 

Bielle pendanle de pompe a air. 

Boulon de bielle de pompe a air. 

Clapet de pompe a air. 

puils d'aerage. 

capacite de 1'air. 

machine a ventiler, ventilateur. 

ventilateur. 

lubes a air. 

Soupape almospherique. 



UInypoKi., 



.IiiHia HiiJtBaxepa, cxpofi muibBa- 
xepa. 

Bixpa. 

t Bixpy. 

Bixepl>. 

Ha KopaSat, AJJIO! 
Best napycoB'b, nojrt OAUHMH cna- 
cxajni. 



IIOMoim>. 

, onasaxL, no^aifc 



iiunieHb, 



KocBenHoe naBe,ienie opyjiia. 
HaBejenie opyjiiii jwa 

iipo6oHH'i>. Jlpim-Bjn BT> Baxep- 

jniiiiio. 
U,taiixbca Bt Kopnyct, BT> panroyxi, 

BI> BaxepjniHiK) H up. 
,3,epeBanHUH npimiji, jiyuiKa. 
Bosjyx'i,. 

Bo3 r T,yiunaa Kopo6i;a. 
KjanaiiHuri antHKi., B03j,yiiinHft KO- 

a;yxi.. 
Tara. . 



uoajyxa 
opy^ia, npii BUCxpt.i-B. 



KOHiiiecKift 



CBepxi xenjiaro 
Bosjyiiniaa nojiyiima. 



nent, 
ne'ii, (,i.ia njaBKH ivryna H 



JI,yxoBoe 
Harptxhiu 
PasoMexpi. 
PaKOBiuia, 

JIlOMKH , 

BeHxnjauioHHiia oiBepcxia. 
Bosjyjnnaa xpy6na. 
BosjyiuiihiH nacoci). 
nopnieni. B03jyiunaro nacoca. 
KptiuiKa B03,iyniHaro nacoca. 

r>03 r Tyninaro nacoca. 



eacoca. 
nonepeiiiHiia 
naro nacoca. 

nopinua BOSAymnaro nacoca, 
Kayi iia6HBKa 



naro nacoca. 

lUxoK't B03jiyinnaro nacoca. 
Tara sosjiyinnaro nacoca. 
IJIefiKa j(.in ram Bosiyiimaro Ha- 

coca. 
HpieMiifcifi KJianani Bosjymuaro na- 

coca.' 

Bo3^yiiiHaa inaxxa. 
BosjtyniHoe npocxpaHCTBO. 
CHapaa^ SJia npOBixpHBania, Benxn- 

jaxopi>. 



Tpy6KH ji-ia iip.oxo/ta 
BosjiymHtifi KJianani. 



Air. 



11 



Allegiance. 



369. Air-vessel. 

370. Airing. S. 

371. Air, v. a. 

372. Alule, s. 

373. Alt. s. 

371 Alxo or also*. 



Ajutage v. Adjutage. 
Ake s. aak. 

575. Alarm, s. 

376. Alarm-bell, (alarum). 

377. false alarm. 

378. to give the alarm. 

379. Alarm-gun. 

380. Signal of alarm. 

Aicaii v. alkali. 

381. Alcohol, s. 

382. Aider, Alderlree, s. (Alnus 
glutinosa et incana, betula alnus). 

383. black aider (Frangula vul- 
garis, Rhamnus frangula) 

384. Alee, adv., the situation of 
the helm when it is put in the 
opposite direction from that in 
which the wind blows. 

385. Hard alec or luff alee! 
38G. Helms alee! 



387. Tut the helm alee! 

388. Alembic, s. 

389. Alert, adj. 

390. to be alert. 

391. Algore, s. 

392. Algose, adj. 

393. Aigue, s. (Posidonia, posido- 
nia Caulini). 

394. Alidade, s. 
395 Alignment, s. 

396. Alkali, alcali. 

397. Alcallmcter. 

398. AH at once! 

399. All-a-port! 

400. AH hands, the whole crew. 
401 AH hands aloft! 

402. AH hands below! (sit down 
close all hands). 

403. AH hands hoay! or all hands 
on deck! 

404. AH hands to quarter hoay! 

405. ail hands up auchor! 

400. AH in the wind. 

407. You are ail in the wind. 

408. AH starboard. 

409. AH steam on. 

410. All's well! 



411. Allegiance^ S. 



Regulateur a air, recipient, reser- 
voir d'air. 
ventilation. 

aerer, 6venter, mettre a 1'air. 
aile. 

Hot, ilet, iletle. 
Aixo, Aixos. 



alarme, alerle, generale, appel. 
bettroi, tocsin. 

fausse alarme, fausse alerte. 
alarmer, battre la generale, donner, 

sonner 1'alarme, 
piece d'alarme. 
Signal d'alarme. 

alcohol, esprit de vin. 
Aune, vergne. 

bourdaine, aune noir. 
sous le vent. 



Lof tout! 

Adieu va! change la barre! 



Lof, mets la barre sous le vent, la 

barre dessous! 
Alambic. 

alerte, vigilant, prompt. 

etre sur le qui-vive ou alerte. 

grand froid, gelee. 

glacial. 

Algue, varec. 

alidade. 

alignement. 

alkali, alcali. 

alcalimetre. 

Tout a la fois! tous a la fois! 

Babord tout! 

Tout le monde. 

tout le monde a la bande! 

tout le monde en bas! 

tout le monde en haul! 

Tout le monde a son poste! 
tout le monde a lever 1'acure. 

parallele au vent, pret a fasier, en- 

ralingue. 
defie du vent, ne viens pas au vent, 

pas au vent. 
Tribord tout. 
A toute vapeur. 
bon quart, a 1'autre bon quart, tout 

va bien. 

allegeance, fidelite, obeissance, enga- 
gement "de fidelite. 



cocyji. 



OCXpOBI,, OCXpOBOKI-. 

OGmee nasBame uejiKOBoxifi H M- 
jefl, iia ctBepiioin, 6epery BK- 

HOfi AMCpHKH. 



TpeBora. 

Ha6axniJH, noa;apHbiii KOJIOKOJTI.. 

$aiBiniiBafl xpesora. 

BHTL xpesory, xpeBoatuxB, scxpe- 

BOJKHXB, 

nyiiiKa. 
TpesorH. 



cnnpn,. 



O.ii>xa. 



KpyniHna KycxapuHKi), yro.it KOTO- 

paro BXOJHTT, BI> cociaBt nopoxa. 

IIo,i,% Btipojn. (roBopa o 



noji> Bi'rpx, na 6opTi>! 

BOJlfl KT> Btlpy). 

Btipojix na 6op r rt! 
CJOBO pyjeBaro npa 
OBepi>-iiiTari. 
py.ib HOJI;T> 



IleperoHHMfi, 
cnapfl,n>. 

IIpOBOpHblfi, .lOBKlfi. 

Bulb Ha roTOBi 
BO.IBUIOH X0.10J1., Moposi 



MOpcKaa xpasa. 



YpaBHenie 



Bet Bjipyri! pasoin,! 
jliBO na 6opT7)! 
Bci; Bca KOJiaiaa. 
Bctxi) na Bepxi.! 
IIoji,BaxTeHHtie BHIISI.! 

Bciixi na Bepxi-! 

Bio MtcxaMi)! 

Bcixt na sepxi, ct flKopa CHII- 

.. Bet iiapyca nojiomyxi,. 



Tti Bhueinb nsT) Btxpa, ne r iepa;u 

xaKt Kpyxo! 

IIpaBO Ha CopiT,. 
HOJII. nojHtiMn napami. 
Bee Gjarono-iyiHo! cjiyraafi! Biiepem 

HH^ero HC BH^axb! (OKJIHKI. T ia- 

COBHXl). 
BtpHOCIB, nOKOpHOCTB, nOBHHOBe- 

nie 



Allegiance. 



12 



Aloof. 



412. Oath of allegiance. 

413. Allot, v. a. 

414. % Hot i us or allotment s. C. 

41 5. Allow, v. a. 

416. Allowance, s. 



ill. Short allowance. 

418. Half allowance. 

419. Two thirds allowance. 

420. Whole or full allowance. 

421. furniture-allowance. 

422. field allowance. 

423. Marching allowance , or 
money. 

424. Allowance, for waste. 



425. To give a double allowance. 

426. To put on allowance. 

427. To reduce or shorten the al- 
lowance. 

428. To stop a sailor's allowance. 
42!). Alloy, s. 



430. Alluvion, s. 
Almady s. boat. 

431. Almanac, nautical. 

432. Almoner of a ship (v. Chaplain). 

433. Aloft adv. above the deck. 

434. to be aloft. 

435. to go aloft. 

436. to veer aloft, to hoist. 

437. Along adv. et pr6p. 

438. Along, lying or to lie along- 
side. 

43',). to coast, to sail along. 

440. Along the coast. 

441. Along the shore. 

442. Alongside. 



443. to come alongside. 

444. Come alongside! 

445. to lay alongside of a vessel. 

446. to run alongside (S. to fall 
aboard). 

447. Along-shore boys (colloqui- 
ally in contradistinction of sea- 
men C. 

448. Along-shore owner C. 

449. Aloof, adv. at a distance. 

450. To keep aloof, to keep the 
luff. 

451. To keep aloof from a rock. 



serment de fidelite. 

lotir, assigner, affecter, departir, 
accorder, destiner. 

Repartition de marchandises. 

donner, accorder, conceder , admettre, 
reconnaitre, convenir, permettre, 
souffrir. 

Appointemens, attribution, gratifica- 
tion, ration, portion, pitance; pen- 
sion. 

ration reduite. 

Demi-ration. 

Deux tiers de ration. 

Ration entiere, ration complete. 

indemnite d'ameublement. 

supplement de guerre. 

indemnite de route. 

dixieme. 



Donner double ration, 
rationner. 

Diminuer la ration. 

Arrfiter la ration d'un matelot. 
alliage, aloi, melange. 



alluvion, accoulins, atterrisement. 

Almanach nautique, 

Aumftnier d'un vaisseau. 

en haul, haul (en parlant des mats, 

des vergues et du greement.) 
etre en haul. 

monter, monter a la girouette. 
hisser. 

le long, au long, 
a la bande, au long. 



longer, prolonger une c6te. 
le long de terre. 
le long de la c6te, du rivage. 
en abord, le long du bord, bord a 
bord, flanc a flanc. 

accoster, elonger, accoster le long 

du bord. 
accoste! accostez! 



elonger un navire, une c6te, pro- 
longer un bailment, une cote, 

aborder. 

Cabotiers, caboteurs. 



Armateur de cabotage, 
a distance, au lof, de loin, 

carte, eloigne, au large. 
Serrer le vent. 

faire honneur a une roche. 



a 1'e- 



Ilpucara na sipHOcxB, na 

CTBO. 

Jl,axb nacxb, accnriioBaxb, upejiua- 
npejiocxaBHxb, pacnpe- 



Pacnpeflijenie 

BbiflaBaxB, npeflocxaBJiaxb, 

JiaXb, IIpHSHaBaXb, H31>aBJiaXB CO- 

rjiacie, atajiOBaxb, naaHawrb. 

nopuia; 
; nencioHT>,neHcia. 



Henojmaa nopnia. 

no.iynopu.ia. 

Jl.B'B xpexH nopuin. 

IlojiHafl iiopuia. 

Bo3Harpaat,neHie sa 

,Ho6aBo i iHoe noxojHoe 

HasimeHie HJIH accHrnoBanie CJ F M- 
MH na nyxeBBia nsjiepaiKH. 

C'KHAKa BT, ntunocTH npepietoBi. 
(no HHBeHTapaiii) sa ynoTpeo.te- 
nie; CKHjKa ci MaxepiajioBt, TO- 
sapy nan npoBHsin na yienh-y, 
ycyinKy, yipycKy H np. 

Jtait ^BOHHyro nop^ro. 

IIpOH3BO^HTi> nopuin, BtijiasaTb nop- 
uioHH, BMroiHTb na nopnjio. 

J'6aBiiTi>, yjieHbiniiTb nopuiro. 



IIpeKpaTHTb MOpCKOC JlOBOJIBCTIlip 

Jlnraxypa, CMtcb, npnMf,cb, cnjias- 
ie, coe^nneHie, cnjiasi fly- 



Hacunb, naKaiT> necua. 
MopcKofi 



Bnepxy, naBepxy, roBopa o 

peaxi HJIH 
na sepxy. 



6opxa, Copxi o 6opxi, 

6bIXb 6opXT, CopXT, BnjOXHVK) 

KT> spyiOMy cy^iiy HJIH in, oepery. 
^ojb HJIH CJIHSB Cepera. 
Cepera. 
6epera. 

6opxa, y Gopxa, 6opxi CT> 
6opxoMi, 6opxi o 6opxi>, BOSJIX, 
npucxann. 

KI Copxy, jepsaxbc 
y 6opxa. 

, HO;IOH,HH KI. Copxy, 1103,- 
xaHHCb Kt 6opxy (ffljiBonKt). Ki> 
6opryl 

JIea;axb, ^epataxbca napajuiejibno CT. 
jipyrnMt KOpafijCMT., 6opxi, o 
Copxi. 
CBajiHXbca na a6opaaii, COHXHCB. 

KaooxaaiHue, ptneue cyjjoxojiUH 
(B"b npoxHBonojioatHOCXB H RJia. 
oxjiniia oxi MopaKOBi). 

XosaaHi KaSoxasHaro cy^Ha. 

Bl> HSBtcXHOMl pasCXOflfflH, Bl OX- 



KT. Btxpy. 



06ofixa 



Alter. 



13 



Amount. 



452. to alter the course. 

453. Alternative motion. 

/i 54. Altimeter, s. 

455. Altlmetry, s. 

456. Altitude, s. 

457. Meridian altitude. 

458. Alum, s. 

459. Aiveus (in hydrography, the 
channel or bed of a river.) 

460. Amain adv. suddenly, at once. 

461. to let go amain. 

462. Let go amain! 

463. amalgamate, V. a. 

Ambassador v. diplomatic body. 

464. Ambuiants, interlopers at 
Amsterdam C. 

465. Ambuscade, ambush. 

466. to be, to lie in ambuscade 
or in wait. 

467. to fall into an ambuscade. 

468. to place, post or station troops 
in ambuscade. 

469 Amidships, adv. in the cen- 
tre of the vessel, either with 
reference to her length or to her 
breadth. 

410. Put the helm amldship! 

471. to board amidship. 

472. thickness of timber amidship. 

473. Amiranto, high admiral in 
Spain. 

474. Amity, s. 

475. A treaty of amity and com- 
merce. 

476. A Ship in amity. 

477. Ammonia. 

478. Ammunitions of war. 

479. Ammunltion-bootS. 

480. Ammunition-box. 

481. Ammunition-bread (ration, 
contract or commissariat-bread). 

482. Complement of ammunition 
for guns 

483. Ammunition-cylinder. 

484. fixed ammunitions, art. 

485. to fix ammunitions, art. 

486. number who serves ammuni- 
tion, art. 

487. partition of an ammunition- 
box, art. 

488. round of fixed ammunition, 
art. 

480. to serve ammunition, art. 

490. Small arm ammunition, art. 

491. Small ami ammunition-box. 

art. 

492. to Stuff ammunition boxes 
\\ilh tow. art. 

493. Amnesty, s. 
i9i. Amorphous, adj. 
ifl'i. Amount, s. 



Changer la route. 

mouvement alternatif, de va et vient. 

altimetre. 

altimetrie. 

hauteur, elevation, altitude. 

Hauteur meridienne. 

alun. 

lit d'une riviere. 

en paquet, avec force, en vigueur, 
tout de suite, amene, cale tout. 

en bande, lacher tout a coup. 

Largue en bande, en bande, lachez 
tout a coup! 

amalgamer, melanger, faire un me- 
lange. 

courtiersnon jures, marrons, agents 
de change non jures. 

ambuscade, embuche, guet a pens. 

se tenir ou etre en embuscade, 
etre embusque. 

donner, tomber dans une embus- 
cade. 

mettre des troupes en embuscade, 
embusquer des troupes. 

par le travers, au milieu du vais- 
seau. 



Droit la barrel 
aborder par le flanc. 

encolure. 
Amirante. 

amitie, harmonic, accord. 

Un traite d'amitie et de commerce. 

Un vaisseau ami. 

ammoniaque. 

Munitions de guerre, provisions de 

guerre. 

souliers d'ordonnance. 
coffre, caisse a munitions, caisson, 
pain de munition. 

approvisionnement en munitions. 

Gargoussier, lanterne a gargousse. 
cartouches a canon, 
monter des cartouches a boulet. 
pour voyeur, servant pour voyeur. 

traverse, separation, 
cartouche, 
approvisionner la piece. 

munitions pour les a'rmes a feu por- 

tatives. 
Caisse pour cartouches a fusil. 

etouper les caissons. 

Amnistio. 
amorphe. 

montant, total, compte. 



Kypci. 

n unepejii uonepe- 

utHHO. 

Bucoxoiiipt. 

IhMtjjCllic BHCOTH. 

Bucoia. 
MepnjiioHa.iBHaa 



<I>apBaxepx pirni, pycjio, Copoaja 

(B'B CH6npn). 
Bjipyri (Ai-iaxB HTO 



BC6, 6pOCHTB. 

Oxxafi Bee Bjipyri! 



, COejJHHflXB. 



MaMepa Bt AncTcp- 

3acicTB BI> sacasy, cflijaiB sacajy. 
XIonacxB na sacajiy. 

BoftcKa ST. saca^y. 



CpejiHHa Kopa6ja, 

,UHIII,I II IIIIIplIIU,]. 



KOpa6jiB ci ooisy, 
cyjiny BI> GOKI. 
na6opa B 
HcnaHCKifi 



JI,pyffiecTBO, coioai, 
coiosi, corjacie. 



n iop- 



Kopa6jB 
HamaxapB. 
BoeBhie npimacbi. 

KaaeHHHe canorn. 



Cna6zeHie 



Hacunaxi Kapxysu. 

3apaa;aiomiH HOMepx, opyjiifiHofi npH- 



Cna6a;axb opy;iia 

sapajasin. 
Py;i;eiintifi a 



ooa) 



Z.IK py;i;eiiHi.ixT, 



HeiiMiiiomiii oiipe^.iciinaro ini r i;a. 
Hxon,, 



A m pi i lade. 



14 



Anchor. 



496. Amplitude, S. 

497. Amputation, S. 

498. Anuicette, S. art. 

499. Analyse, analyze v. a. 

500. Analyst*, s. 

501. Analysis. 

502. Humid analysis. 

503. Anchor, s. 

504. a) the shank or beam. 

505. b) the eye. 

506. c) the nuts. 
50". (I) the ring. 

508. e) the crown, 

509. f) the flukes. 

510. g) the palms. 

511. h) the arms. 

512. i) the bill. 

513. j) the stock. 

514. k) the widening of the flukes. 

515. Sheet anchor. 

516. Bower anchor. 

517. Small bower anchor. 

518. Best bower anchor. 

519. Spare anchor. 

520. Stream anchor. 

521. Kedge-anchor. 

522. Pilot-anchor. 

523. Sea-anchor. 

524. Flood-anchor. 

525. Ebb-anchor. 

520. Shore-anchor. 

527. Floating-anchor. 

528. Anchor with moveable arms. 

529. four-fluked anchor (kind of 
grappling anchor). 

530. Galley-anchor. 

531. Anchor-beams. 
'532. Anchor-crane. 

533. Anchor-stopper. 

534. Anchor with one fluke. 
53o. Anchor-stopper-cleat. 
53b. Anchor-stock-tackle. 

537. Anchor-shoe. 

538. Anchor a cock-bill. 



539. Anchor backed by another. 

540. Anchor-shank-painter. 
Anchor-watch S. Watch, 

541. to back an anchor. 

542. to cast anchor. 

543. to cast an anchor by the 
stern. 

544. to carry out an anchor. 

545. to cat the anchor. 

546. to clear the anchor. 

547. The anchor is clear. 

548. Is the anchor all clear? 



amplitude, port6e, champ de feu. 

amputation. 

amusette. 

analyser. 

Analyse, 

analyse par la voie secue. 

analyse par la voie humide 

ancre. 

la verge, scape, stangue. 

1'oeillet. 

les tenons. 

1'organeau ou la cigale. 

le collet ou la croisee, encolure. 

les pattes. 

les oreilles. 

les bras. 

le bee. 

le jat, le cep. 

la croisee. 

Grande ancre, maitresse ancre. 

ancre de poste ou de bossoir. 
Ancre d'affourche ou de jet. 
La seconde ancre. 
Ancre de veille, de rechange. 
Ancre de touee, ancre d'amont, 

toueur. 
Petite ancre de touee ou ancre a 

empenneller. 
Ancre de pilote. 
Ancre du large. 
Ancre du Hot. 

Ancre du jussant. 

Ancre de terre. 

Ancre de cape ou ancre flottante. 
Ancre articulee, ou k pattes mobi- 
les. 
Aisson. 

fer. 

t)osseurs, bossoir s. 

Mouilleur. 

bosse de bout ou de bossoir. 

borgne. 

taquet de bout. 

orin. 

Savate ou savatle, sabatle, sabot 

de 1'ancre, sole. 
Ancre de veille. 



Ancre empennelee. 
Serre-bosse de 1'ancre. 

empenneler une ancre. 

eter 1'ancre. 
mouiller en croupiere. 

mouiller une ancre en creance. 
:aponner 1'ancre. 
degager 1'ancre. 

7ancre est paree. 
L'ancre est-elle paree? 



; juur,nocTi> nepnaro na- 



AMnyiaiua. 



nyuiKa. 

anajim,, 



cyxHMi, nyxeiii (pa6ora 
ci naajiBHo 

AliaJIH3T> MOKpHMT> 



BepeieHO. 

Hpoymitna. 

'JaiueiHini. 

PHMT>. 

llama. 

B-ETBH anopa. 

Jlaim auopa. 

Pora. 

HOCOKT, HJH KOHCHT. aKOpnofi JiaiiH. 

IIlTOKT.. 

Pacmiipenie lacxeft BivrBit anopa, 

6.1H!KafiinHXT. KT, BepCTCHy. 

IIlBapTi (6ojn,uiOH 3anacHHH aK 

KOTopuft xpamiTca na 
CranoBOft 



Bepin>). 



Bepm.. 

lIOJIOJT.eHHbtft KT. M0p. 
HR KOTOpOMTi CV^HO CTOH1% 



aKopi>. 



npn 



, Ha KOTOpOMT, CJ'flHO CTOIITT, 
OTJIHBt. 

, nojioffieimHii KT> 6epery. 
n,iony<iiH aKopb. 

flKOpf> CT, HOJimirKHMMH 



EoniKa, le 



MamiiHKa ,i.ia oT.ia'iii anopa. 
nepTy.iniii>. 



IllTOKl.-TaJIH. 



iiepiyiHiia. 
aKopnyio aany. 



0,Tnm> RSI, :sanacHijx7> aKopeft (HJIH 

TOH HJIH CyXT7>). flh'Opb Ha Kpa- 



CT. ryci.KOMi. 
PVCTORT,. 



aKopb H itepiii) ryci>- 

KOMl..- 

BpocnTh artopij. 

BpociiTi, anopi, CT. Kopjm. 



anopi.. 

i. aKopb na K 

0'iHCTHTb aKopb, upHroTOBHTb ero 
KT, OTiani;. 

/iKOpI, THCTX. 

HIICTT. .in anopb? 



Anchor. 



15 



Anchor. 



549. Clinch and get an anchor all 
clear to lay out astern, to clinch 
the anchor. 

550. to see or to get the anchor 
clear. 

551. Get your anchors all clear 
to let go! 

552. to cock-bill the anchor or to 
get the anchor a cock-bill 

553. The anchor is a-cock-bill. 

554. The anchor is a-peak. 

555. The anchor comes home. 

556. The anchor is a-trip or a- 
weigh. 

5o7. To drug the anchor*. 

558. to drop, to let go the anchor. 
V. also to cast anchor. 

559. The anchors drag. 

560. To fish the anchor. 

561. Foul-anchor. 

562. cable-foul of the anchor-stock. 

563. to run-foul of the anchor 
or to go over the anchor. 

564. to get an anchor ready. 

565. The anchor holds fast. 

566. The anchor is in sight. 
,'J07. Let go the anchor! 
568. Mooring anchor. 

509. to hoist an anchor. 

510. The anchor has gimbleted. 

571. to fetch or to lift the anchor. 

572. to purchase the anchor. 



573. to ride at anchor. 

574. to secure the anchor. 

575. to Shoe the anchor. 



576. Small anchor carried out, 
ahead of a large one, to prevent 
it coming home (in bad ground). 
S. back the anchor. 

577. to steer the ship to her an- 
chor. 

578. to Start the anchor. 

579. to shut the shank of the an- 
chor. 

580. Anchor-lining. 

581. Anchor-smith. 

582. to Stock to the anchor. 



583. to stow the anchors for sea. 

584. to stow an anchor upon the 
bow. 

585. The anchor is stowed. 

586. to .stock the anchor. 



1 etalinguer et mettre une ancre en 
veille derriere. 

parer 1'ancre, appareiller 1'ancre. 
Mettez vos ancres en veille! 



faire peneau. mettre une ancre en 

veille. 
L'ancre est a la veille ou au bos- 

soir. 

L'ancre est a pic. 
Le navire chasse sur son ancre. 

L'ancre a quitte, 1'ancre est dera- 
pee, 1'ancre derape, 1'ancre est 
en haul, 1'ancre laisse. 

Chasser sur les ancres, arer 1'an- 
cre. 

mouiller ou laisser tomber 1'ancre. 

les ancres chassent, les ancres 

draguent. 
Traverser 1'ancre. 
ancre, dont le cable a fait un 

tour. 

Cable surjale. 
Courir sur son ancre. 

mettre une ancre au mouillage. 

L'ancre a mordu. 

L'ancre est en vue. 

Mouille! 

Ancre d'ail'ourche ou d'affour. 

hisser une ancre. 
Une ancre a cabane. 
lever 1'ancre. 
Deraper. 



etre a 1'ancre. 

Saisir 1'ancre centre le bord. 

brider une ancre, aider 1'ancre. 



Empennelee, ancre. 

Gouverner sur son ancre. 
deplanter une ancre. 
forger la verge de 1'ancre. 

coussin d'ancre. 

forgeron d' ancres. 

Serrer le jat de 1'ancre contre le 

bord au moyen d'un palan, en- 

jaler. 
mettre les ancres a demeure, a 

poste. 
bosser une ancre. 

L'ancre est a poste. 
encastrer 1'ancre. 



KSLH&Tb KT, 0,UIOJljr H3* 

H noJOXHTB ero 



OlHCTHTB aKOpB, FOTOBHTB 
Kb OTWrfc. 

IIpuroTOBBie uaniH sanacuue a 
l lTo6i> Bet saraH anopa CHJII ro- 

TOBU Kb OTflaTE. DpHrOTOBIITb 

aKopa KT> oTflaTfe! 

HKOpt na Kpam>. 



na 



ananepx. 

He flepxHT'B. CVKHO CT> HKO- 
pa TantHTi. ,HpeH<J>yeTi. 

B CT. KOTOparO CHHMaK)TCS. Iloj- 
. (BciaJIt JI 



OljaTB 



ne lepsaTi, ne 



anopB na (}>H^I^. 

H61HCTI. 



Kauait oCepnyjica OKOJIO miOKa. 

'ipesi HKOPB, naiiTH na 



IIlTOKl. 



anopB ,1.1,1 
3a6pa.ii. 



nift flKopB (ecjiii CJVUHO CTOHJIO 
ne na O,T;HOMT>). 
CioaiB na aKopi. 

flKOpi H HOJIO/KHTB Ha W- 
HaflTOBH. 



mKYHi no,i^ flKopnvK) jra- 
n. Ha.ioatiiTB na oGi .ianu 



IOCKM, JWH TOI'O, 1TOOH OHB H6 

3a6paji>, CC.IH rpynri 



auopB npnBflsaHHbiu ryct- 

KO.MT. KT. 



na CBOH 



BblBepHVTB 3KOpB, OTJlijTItTB 

OTii rpyHia. 
'3ai;pf,nnTB nepeieHO 



noiymKa. 
ift Kyaneui). 

IIlTOKT> npII^pailTB KT> 

xajiajin; 

flEOpK). 



fflTOKl- 



pUMT., 



ai;opa no noxojjHosi 
iiepTy.iiim. sa 



HITOKI. KT, ai;op). 



Anchor. 



16 



Ancony. 



587. to weigh the anchor. 

588. to weigh anchor with the 
buoy-rope. 

589. to weigh the anchor by the 
long-boat. 

590. to weigh anchor again. 

591 . to come to with two anchor* 
ahead 

592. to drive from the anchor. 

593. to moor with three anchors 
ahead. 

394. to make a foul anchor or to 
pass round it. 

595. to put the arms to an an- 
chor, to shut the arms of an 
anchor to the shank. 

596. to ride on three anchors 
ahead. 

597. stand by the anchor! 

o!)8. to sweep the bottom for an 
anchor, to drag for an anchor: 

599. bed for the anchor-bill on 
deck. 

COO. Anchor of hope. 



C01. Ship at anchor. 

1.0-2. A vessel is at anchor. 

603. to anchor v. a. 



604. to anchor again. 

605. to anchor with the spring 
on the cable. 

606. to anchor by the stern. 

607. Our ship anchored Off the 
isle of Wight. 



608. Anchorable, adj. 

609. Anchorage, s. 

610. Duly of anchorage C. 

611. A vessel has cast anchor in 
a good or bad anchorage. 

612. To be driven from an an- 
chorage and forced out to sea. 

613. Ride out the gale at the an- 
chorage. 

614. Shift the anchorage. 

615. make for the anchorage. 
Anchorlng-place S. Anchorage. 

616. Anchorlng-ground, good Or 
bad. 

617. to get all clear for anchor- 
ing. 

618. Anchoring fascine. 

619. Ancient, s. Hag or streamer 
on the stern of a man of war, 
(obsolete.) 

620. Ancient-bearer. 

621. Ancient, adj. 

622. Ancon, s. 



623. Ancony (piece of half wrough! 

iron), s. 



lever 1'ancre, desaffourcher, de- 

marrer. 
oringuer. 

Lever 1'ancre avec la chaloupe. 

desaffourcher, demarrer, relever 

1'ancre. 
mouiller en barbe. 

perdre fond. 

mouiller en patte d'oie. 

tourner sur son ancre. 
encoller 1'ancre. 



affourch'jr en patte d'oie. 

Sois pare a mouiller 1'ancre! 
draguer une ancre! 

savatte, semelle. 

pavilion avec 1'ancre d'esperance, 
principale banniere apres 1'eten- 
dard Royal. 

HiMiuH'iit au mouillage. 

Un navire est a poste. 

mouiller, ancrer, jeter 1'ancre, met- 
tre a 1'ancre, donner fond, pren- 
dre fond, rendre le bord, 6tre 
sur le fer. 

remouiller. 

embosser. 

mouiller en croupiere. 

notre vaisseau mouilla 1'ancre, 

mouilla a la hauteur de 1'ile de 

Wight, par le travers de 1'ile de 

Wight, 
propre au mouillage, ou 1'on peut 

mouiller. 

Ancrage, mouillage, amarrage. 
droit de port, droit d'ancrage. 
Un vaisseau est bien ou mal mouille. 

derader. 

etaler le coup de vent au mouillage. 

changer de mouillage. 
aller au mouillage. 

bon ou mauvais mouillage, fond de 

bonne ou de mauvaise tenue. 
mettre une ancre en mouillage. 

fascine a ancre de retraite. 
pavilion, enseigne, pavilion de pou- 
pe, enseigne, porte-etendard. 

porte-drapeau. 
ancien, vieux. antique. 

encoignure, encorbellement, pli ou 
angle d'une equerre, coudc, basse- 
fosse. 

encrenee, loupe, masset, renard. 



ci) HKopa 
IIo;i,HHMaxB flKopt sa Cyfipeni,. 
IIo,HHaxB flKopt CT> Capitaaa. 

HKOpt jipyrofi past. 
CxaxB na Ba anopa. 

,Hpefi<i>OBaxB ci anopa. 
CxaxB Ha Tpn anopa. 

SanyxaxB ah-opi. noBOpoxacb BO- 

Kpyn> nero. 
HacajHxt 



oxcxa> 



Bom 



CxoaiB Ha Tpexi> 
nsaxBca. 

6yXTBI BOHl)! 



jany Ha 



CyjHO Ha aKopt. 
Cyjtno CTOHTI Ha 

CiaHOBHTCfl Ha aKOpb, OpOCIlT] 
flKOpB, CiaTB Ha aKOpB, 

aitopB. 



O CTai'B Ha 8KOpB 

CiaiB na anopt co 



BpOCHTB aKOpB Cli KOpMLI. 

Hamt Kopadji) ciaxB na anopB OKO 
JIG ocTposa Beftia. 



Micro yjoSHoc wa aKOpHoft CTO 

3HKH. 

MtCTO. 

aeiiBrii, nopxoBBift c6opi 
Cy^HO CTOHT-B na xopomem HJI 

3ypHOMT> aKOpHOMl M-BCTE. 

BHITB copsanHUMi ci> HEOpefi i 

BT> Mope. 

aTB na aitopi CHJIBHHH Bi 
Tepi>. 

anopHoe M^CTO. 
KT> flKopHosiy iitciy. 



Xopomift HJIH aypHofi rpyHTi 

aKOpHOM CT03HKH. 
TOTOBHTB aKOpB Kl 



KopjiOBoii (j)Jian. Boenuaro Kopaoja 



Jl,peBHifi, npeainifi, crnpufr, 

HUH. 
yro.TB 3 nsradT), pynaBi 



Andiron. 



17 



Anthraeolite. 



624. Andiron or hand-iron, s. 

625. Anemography, S. 

626. Anemometer, S. 

627. Anemoscope, S. 

628. An-end, adv., when a mast 
is perpendicular to the deck. 

629. the main-topmast is an-end. 



630. Aneroid s. barometer. 

631. Angel-shot, art. 
032. Angle, s. 

.633. Angie-bevil. 

634. Angle-brace. 

635. Angle-iron. 

636. Angled-iron-hoop. 

637. Angle of bearing. 

638. Angle of dispart art. 



639. Angle of elevation, art. 

640. Angle of falling of a shot or 
angle of incidence. 

641. Angle of sight, art. 

642. Angle of training, art. 

643. Angle of peaking up. 

644. Angle of pediment. 

645. Angle-piece. 

646. Reentering angle. 

647. at right angles. 

648. salient angle. 



649. to take an angle. 

650. Angle of leeway. 

651. Horary angle. 

652. Angle-lie piece. 

653. Anker, s. 

654. Ankle, s. 
Anjeela s. boat. 

655. Anneal, v. a. 
655. Annealing, s. 

657. Annual-rings (Slrata annua) 

658. Annular piston-engine. 

659. Annulary engine. 

660. Annul a signal. 

661. Signal of annulling. 

662. Answer, v. a. 

663. to answer the helm rea 
dlly. 

664. That ship does not answer 
her helm. 

065. The chase has answered the 
private signal. 

666. That spar will not answei 
for a top-gallant mast. 

667. Answerable, adj. 

668. Anta, s. 

669. Antarctic, adj. 

670. Anterldes, s. 

671. Anthracite, s. 

672. Anthraeolite., s. 



chenet. 

anemographie. 

anemometre. 

anemoscope. 

debout, vertical. 

Le mat du grand hunier est guinde 
ou gironde, c'est a dire rendu a 
son poste. 

Aneroide. 

boulet rame, ange. 

angle, coin, retour, coude, encoig- 
nure, arete. 

fausse equerre, sauterelle. 

fiche. 

corniere. 

corniere servant d'armature. 

angle de relevement. 

angle de depart. 



angle d'elevation, angle de tir. 
angle de chute, angle d'incidence. 

angle de mire, 
angle de mire. 
Apiquage. 

:oin. 

mouchoir. 
angle rentrant. 
en retour d'equerre. 
angle saillant, angle sortant ou vif; 
musoir. 

observer un angle. 
Angle de derive, 
angle horaire. 
coie'r. 

quartant, ancre. 
cheville. 

recuire, detremper. 
recuit, detrempe, recuite. 
couches de bois annuelles, cercles 

(concentriques) annuels. 
machine a piston annulaire. 

machine annulaire. 
annuler un signal, 
signal d'annulement. 
repondre, repliquer, riposter. 
bien gouverner. 

Ce vaisseau ne gouverne pas ou ne 
sent pas son gouvernail. 

Le vaisseau chasse -a repondu au 
signal de reconnaissance. 

On ne pourrait tirer un grand per- 
roquet de ce matereau. 

responsable, comptable. 

ante, pilastre, jambage de porte. 

antarctique. 

arc-boutants. 

anthracite. 

anthracolithe. 



r i,oci;a.M-i,. 
ia, onucaaie BixpOBi. 

B'fexpOM'Bpl. 

AneMOCKom.; MainHBa 

maa HanpaB.ieuie Bixpa. 
CxofiKOMi., Ha nona. 



Ppox-b-cxeHbra nojuiaxa Ha 



AnepOHji. 
Kmine-ib. 
Yro.n>, Kpafi. 

Ma.iKa, noABii/KHofi HJH 

HayroiBHHKi. 
Ko.itimeK'B, stxa. 
YnoBoe seafoo. 

HSI yooBaro 
nejeara; cipofi 
cipo?i yoa, cipoft Kjuma. 
Yro.il ^p^^'feJIa no Meiajjy, 

u.eHTpoMi. Kanaka H na- 
ciopOHOio opysia; 

opyji;ia. 
Yro.ii. nasenia cnapa.ua. 



OTHOCHTCJIBHO npn- 



Yro.li o6cTpi>.ia, OTHocnxejibHO no- 

Bopoxa opyjtia. 
Yrojii., cocxaBjaeMiift 

peemi HJIH 
KJIIIHI.. 

Yr.iOBaa inTyna. 
ft yro.il. 



.TB; Bcaitift 
jaiomiftca BI> noae; BXOJI;I) fit 



yro.TB. 
Yro.TB jipefl^a. 
HacoBofi yroji. 
Yr.iOBoft KajieHb, ynoBaa 
AnKepi Mtpa a;H^KOCTeft 
Hare.it, 60.1x1, 



3aKa.niBaxB. 



Hapocxaromie C.IOH BX> Ae- 



Maranna ct KO.itueo6pa3HHM^ nopffl- 



KoJii.ueo6pa3Haa 



cnrHa.li,. 

; COOXBtxCTBOBaXb. 

Xopoino c.iymaxbca py.ia. 



t py.ia. 

Kopau.ib, 3a KOHMI. roiiiinca, o.TBi;- 
Ha.Th na oiiosHaTCJibHbift CHrnajiT,. 

3xo 3,eper>o ne ro^uxca Ha rpoxi)- 
opajii-cxeujbry. 



Jliuracxpi. 



PacnopKH. 
AHxpau.HX'1,. 



Antifriction. 



18 



Application. 



613 Antifriction metal, v. Bab- 
bit's metal. 

674. Antimony, s. Sb. 64, 52 
806, 5. 

675. Anvil, s. 

The parts of an anvil: 

676. a) the edge. 
77. b) the face, pane. 

678. c) the fool. 

679. d) the stock. 

680. Anvil-horn, rising anvil. 

681. to round metal on the anvil. 

682. Anvil-plate. 

683. Anvil with one arm. 

684. Anvil-cutter or hack iron. 

685. concave or hollow of an an- 
vil. 

686. Anvil-bed. 



687. Anvil-block. 

688. hand-anvil, beak iron, bick- 
ern, small anvil. 

689. Apart, adv. Shb. 

690. temporary apartment in a 
ship. 

691. A-pcak, adv. S. anchor. 

692. To ride a-pcak. 

693. to heave a-peak. 

694. Aperture, s. 

695. Aperture of a vessel. 

696. Apex, s. 

697. Apomecomcter, s. 

698. Apophyge, s. 

699. A-port, adv. 

700. Apparatus, ?. 

701. Apparatus for ship launch- 
ing. 

702. Dlstllllng-apparatus. 

703. Evaporating apparatus. 

704. Feed-apparatus. 
Life-apparatus. S. life. 

705 Moving apparatus. 
706- Apparelled, part. 

707. Apparel, s. 

708. Apparel, furniture of a ship. 

709 Appear v. a. 

710. Appease, v. a. 

711. Appendage, s. 

712. Application, S. 

713. to send in or to make an 
application for a situation or a 
commission. 

714. application to be made to. 



metal (loux, antifriction. 
Antimoiue. 

enclume. 
Les parties d'une enclume: 

arete, 
table. 

talon. 

souche. 

bigorne. 

bigorner le fer. 
Plaque d'enclume, aire. 

Potence. 

tronchet, taillet, hachard. 

creux, cannelure d'enclume. 

chabotte, chav6tte de 1'enclume 
billot. 



billot. 

enclumeau, enclumot, tas, tasseau, 

bigorne. 
a distance. 

retranchement. 



avoir les vergues en pantenne ou 

apiquees. 
virer a pic. 
baie, ouverture, passage, orifice, 

rainure. 
orifice. 

sommet, extremite, bout, cimier. 
apomecometre. 
apophyge, escape, 
babord. 

equipement, attirail, garniment, ap- 

pareil. 
appareil pour lancer des vaisseaux. 

appareil distillatoire. 

appareil e vapor atoire. 
appareil alimentaire. 

appareil moteur. 

vetu, pare, orne, ajuste, dquipe. 

dabillement, vetemenl, ajustement, 
parure.ornement.embellissement. 
apparaux. 

parattre, decouvrir. 
aimer, apaiser, pacifier, adoucir, 

eteindre. 
appartenance, dependance, acces- 

soire, apanage, 
application, demande.emploi, usage, 

etude, attention, 
adresser, faire la demande d'une 

place, d'un grade. 

s'adresser a. 



iiexa-un,, EaCiaxa, npoxuBO 
Tpeniio. 



HaKOBa.TBHH: 

Kpafi, KpOMKa, BepxyuiKa. 
JyHflaiieHX'B HJIH minxa IIOJTB 

axuno. 

HaKOHeiHHKi, nat 
Hem, HaKOBajibHH. 
HaKOBajifcHH ci OJIHHJII HJUI 

Mfl (KOHHieCKHMH) 



Fa Ha- 



KOBaJBH'B CT> 

BepxHfla 

, 6acna. 



Tojicxaa ateatsHaa njiaxa, 
jtuBaewaa nojtt HaKOBajibHio MO- 
jiOTo(5oftHaro cnapa^a, 



CT> 



Pyinaa 



na anopt ct 
peflMH. 

HoABepxtxb Kanaxi ^o anaaepa. 
OxBepcxie, npoxo^-b, OTKpbixaa 6yx- 

xa. 

Ilopxa, IK>KH. 
OKoneiHOcxb, BepxyraKa. 



noaci KOJIOHBH. 
Jltnaa cxopona HJIH jitBUft 6opxi> 

cyjna. BaK6opxi,. 
Anapai-L, cnapasi., ycxpoftcxBo. 



YcxpoftcxBO ffJia cnycKr Kopa6^efi. 



IleperoHuuR 
euii anapaxi). 

anapaxi. 



MexannsMi, j 

Cna6ateHHUH, yKpamenHuft npeji- 

MexaMH yjo6cxBa H pocKomH. 
; yKparaenia, npHHajweatHO- 

CXH cyjina. 
CyjoBtia npHHaT.iea-.nocxH Boopy- 



YcnoKonxB, 



; yxnxaxb. 



asy^eee, 
nie; npomenie. 

no^axb npomenie o 
na aitcxo. 



06parnxbca 



Appoint. 



19 



Arch. 



715. Appoint, V. a. 



716. Appointment, s. 



717. vacant appointment. 

718. Appointment of a ship. 

719. Appointment of officers to a 
ship. 

720. Apprentice, S. 

721. Apprentice to the sea. 

722. Approach, s. 

723. Approach, V. n. 



724. to approach an object at sea. 
approved ship V. Ship. 

725. Appu;, s. 

726. point of uppiii. 

727. Appurtenance, s. 

728. Apron, s. 

729. Apron (of a dock). 



730. Apron, art 

73,1. Apron, apron of a scarf. 

732. Slow match apron (of canAas). 

733. vent apron, art. 

734. Aqueduct, s. 

735. opening in an aqueduct. 

736. Aqueous, adj. 

737. Aquilon, s. north-wind. 

738. Arack, arrak or rack. 

739. Arbitrator, in some sea 
ports C. 

740. arbitrator of averages, ad- 
juster of averages, C. 



741. Arbor, s. 

742. Arc, s. 

743. Arcade, s. 

744. Arc-boutant, s. S. also boom 
and carting. 



745. Arch, s. 



746. Arch-back. 

747. bed of mortar laid upon the 
back of an arch. 

748. arch or bending of a vault 

749. arch of a bridge. 

750. Chief-arch (of a vault). 

751. Counter arch. 



nommer, assignor, constituer, de- 
signer , ordonner , etablir , arreter , 
equiper, prescrire, regler, ddcer- 
ner. 

nomination, emploi, charge, rang, 
grade, equipement, equipage, at- 
tirail, appareil, rendez-vous, d6- 
cret, arret, ordre, commande- 
ment, appointemens. 

vacance d' emploi. 

equipement. 



Nomination d'officiers pour comman- 
der le navire. 

61eve. 

apprenti marin, novice. 

approche, acces, abord, entours. 

approcher, s'approcher, s'aborder, 
ar river. 

rallier. 

appui. 

point d'appui. 

appartenance, accessoire, accompa- 

gnement, agres. 
tablier. 
radier d'un bassin ou d'une forme, 

devanteau, devantier, plate-forme 

d'une ecluse. 
platine de canon, 
contre-etrave. 
cache-meche. 
platine de lumiere, cache lumiere, 

plaque de plomb. 
aqueduc, canal d'eau. 
regard d'un canal. 

aqueux. 

aquilon, bise. 

Arac, arrak ou rack, eau de vie 

de riz. 
prud'homme, arbitre. 

dispacheur. 



arbre, fuseau. 

arc, segment d'un cercle. 

arcade, vestibule. 

arc-boutant. 



arcade, arche, arc, arceau, voute, 
cintre, arc-boutant. 



arriere-voussure. 
chape. 

voussure. 

arche de pont. 

arc-doubleau. 

arc a 1'envers, arcade renversee. 



caiB. 



upejM- 



HasHaieme, AOJISHOCTB, HHHI, Mi- 
cro, 3KHirapoBKa, Boopyiueuio, 
c6opnoe M-ECTO, paHje-By, npej- 
nncauie, npmcaai; 



M*CTO. 
HasHaieme cyana BT. noxost; BOO- 

pyjseHie, CHa6seme H yEOMoaeK- 

TOBanie cyana. 
HaaHaieme o^HueOBt Ha K0pa6at. 



; saxo- 



K)Hra. 



; anponia. 



5HTB, 

o 



Onopa. 



onopti. 



CTOnHH'B. 



flOKOBHX'B BOpOTl. 



sanaia. 

, CTeMCOHt. 

noKptiniKa na 



B0,na. 



ApaKi Bo^Ka n3t pnca. 



T. e. aKTH o pacnpesjeHiH MCS- 
H jnra;aMH 



piero. 
Bai-B. 

JI,yra, apKa, 
Apica^a. 
IIosnopKa, nojcxaBKa, pacnopKa; 

KOHxpa tope!., pacnopnaa 

(Boo6in,e BcaKoe aepeBO, CT> 

UOBt o6niHToe s 

mee SM npHflaHi/r 6o.iBinefi CHJIEI 



XT., apnaja, nepernSt, 
na, iiepejiOMi, jieKaio. Hyrynuue 
HOT apKH, cjysta- 
KI coejHHeHiro Mem^y CO$OK> 



3a6yxKa. 
' 



Apna MocTOBaa, MOCTOBOH; CBOST>- 
OcHOBHaa apKa, 
OnpOKHHyTaa apKa. 



Arch. 



20 



Arise. 



152. discharging arch. 



153. 
154. 



151. 
158. 
159. 
160 

161. 

162. 
163. 

164. 
165. 
166. 
161. 
168. 
169. 
110. 

111. 
172. 
113. 

114. 
115. 
116. 



door or window arch. 

drift, push, shoot or thrust of 

an arch. 

extrados, back or exterior 

curve of an arch. 

flat, diminished or elliptical 

arch. 

Gothic arch. 

Groined arch. 

height or rise of an arch. 

impaired, weakened arch. 

intrados, lower, or inside curve 
of an arch. 
inverted arch. 
keystone of an arch. 



mouldings of a gothic arch. 

oblique or sloping arch. 

range of arches. 

Arch-roof. 

Saxon arch. 

Segment arch. 

Semi-circular, full centre or 

perfect arch. 

skew-arch. 

Small arch. 

span or chord of an arch. 

springer of an arch. 
Surmounted arch. 
tuyeere or tweer arch. 



111. tymp-arch or working arch. 
178. Arch, v. a. 



119. Arch-head. 

180. Arched, p. a. adj. 

181. Arched (speaking of tim- 

bers). 

182. Arched pieces. 

183. Archimedes' or Arcbimedlan 
screw. 

.184. Archipelago. 

185. Architecture, naval. 

186. Architrave, s. 

181. Archivauit or archivolt, s. 
188. Archstone, s. 



189. Archway, s. 



190. 
191. 

192. 
193. 
194. 
79o. 

196. 
197. 

198. 
199. 



Arctic, adj. 
Arcuate, adj. 

Arcuate, v. a. 
Ardency, s. 
Ardent, adj. 
Area, s. 

Areometer, s. 
Areotcctonle, 

Argil, s. 

Argosy, s. C. 



Arc, arceau, ou revetement en de- 

charge. 
remenee. 
effort, poussee d'une voute. 

extrados. 

arc surbaisse, voute surbaissee ou 

en anse de panier. 
formelette. 
voute d' arete. 

hauteur sous clef d'une voute. 
voute en ton nee. 

intrados, douelle. 



800. Arise, v. n. 



radier. 

voussoir, vousseau, clef, arrache- 

ment, claveau. 
lierne. 

arc de biais ou de cote. 
Arcade. 
voute. 

croisee d'ogive. 
cintre aplati. 
arc en plein cintre. 

voute en arc de cercle. 

Arceau, pontet. 

corde d'un diametre, ouverture, 

portee d'une voute. 
somraier. 
arc surhausse. 
embrasure de tuyere, encorbelle- 

ment de soufflet. 
encorbellement de la tympe, embra- 

sure de travail. 
faire des voutes, batir en forme 

d'arches, vouter, cambrier. 

tele circulaire. 

cintre, en forme d'arc, voute, arque. 

Courbant, en tors. 

courbes de liaison. 
vis d'Archimede. 

Archipel. 

Architecture navale. 

architrave, bandeau. 
archivolte, arc contourne. 
claveau. voussoir, arrachement, 
vousseau. 

vestibule. 

arctique. 

courbe en arc, arque, en forme 

d'arc. 

courber en arc, arquer. cambrer. 
ardeur, zele. 
ardent, zele. 
a'ire, surface, arene, cour, enceinte, 

elendue, super/ficie. 
areometre, pese-liqueur. 
areoteclonique. 

argile, terre blanche, terre argileuse. 
[ galore, caroque, grand vaisseau mar- 

chand. 
I s'elever. 



ct npHMKHyxbiMH 



pacnopib HJIH 



HapyatHaa .iimia HJIH o^epxanie 
CBojja. 

Ka, KOpo6oBoft CBOJI. 



apna. 

IlepeKpecxHHfi 
Bucoxa saMKa CBOJUV. 
CBOJI pacxpy6oin> HJIH BOPOHKO- 

o6pa3Hbifi. 
BuyxpenHaa jnmia HJH BHyxpeHnee 

onepxanie csoia. 
OnpoKHHyxufi CBOSI>. 

, KJUIHl, KJIOHl., SaMOKT., 



Iloflca roxniecKoft apKH. 
Kocaa apKa. 
Apnajia, pa,p> aponi. 
CBOIT., noABajt, CKJieni. 

CTptjIiiaTHH, KpeCXOBBIH 

Hoaocta Kpyasa-ia. 
IIojiyuHpKyjibnafl HJIH 

apna. 
CBOIT> no jiyrh npyra. 

jia.ieHi>Kafl apna. 
jtianexpi, oxBepciie HJIH 
mnpHiia ciio.m. 
Ho^eMt apnn. 

B03BHineHHUM CBOflt. 

HpocxpancxBO noai. CBOJI.OMI y 4>yp- 

ManoM cxopOHhi jtoMeHHoft ne^H. 

TIpocxpancxBO no^t CBOJIOMI y pa- 

60iefi CXOpOHbl SOM6HHOH 
^BJiaib CBOJTB, CXpOHXB Bl 

apoKi, noKptiBaTB CBOJOMI, CBO- 



'3aKpyrjieHHaa 
nepemyxufl, jiyrooCpasHUH. 
KpnBoft, jtyrooCpaantiH (roBopa o 



HocoBua cBa3nua KHHUH. 

BHHXl,. 



Apxniiejiari). 
Kopaojiecxpoenie H.IH 
apxHxeKiypa. 



ApXIIBOJIbXi. 

3aMOKT>, KJIHHT,, CBOJIHIIH 

(na/K.ltift list. Ka>iHeft, cocxaBJiaio- 

111,11X1 CBOJll)). 

CBOiMaiuft xo^i,, CBo^iaiaa ra.uie- 

pea, CBO,iMaTbiH Koppnjiopi. 
ApKXHHecKifl, cinepHtift. 
Cornyxuft BT, syry, 



Crn6aTj> BI jyry, noKpuxt 
PCBIIOCTI,, ycep,iie. 
PeBiiocTiiufi, ycep^iibifi; PHCKJIHBUM. 
HpocTpaiiCTBO, npoxaateHie, HJIO- 



ApeoMexpi,. 

BoeHHoft apxuxeKxypu, ox- 
jo axann H ofiopoHH. 
CTaa 3eM.ia. 
Kyne T ieci:aa ra.iepa. 



Arms. 



21 



Arras. 



801. Arm. s, 



802. Arm of the sea. 

803. Axletree-arm. 

804. Arm-beams. 

805. Arm-chest. 

806. Cleats of the yard-arms. 

807. Arm-cover. 

808. fire-arm. 

809. Arm or jib of a crane. 

810. Arm-rack. 

811. Arm-shed. 

812. Small arm ammunition. 



813. Arm of a knee. 
814 Arm of an oar. 

815. Yard-arm. 

816. Yard-arm and yard-arm. 
811. Yard-arm gaskets. 

818. Arm, v. a and n. 

819. to arm and man a battery. 

820. to arm a ship. 

821. to arm a yard, a mast. 

822. Armada, s. 

823. Armadilla, s. 



Armament , s. 



825. to take away the armament 
of a place. 

826. Armed part, and adj. 

821. armed cap a pee or from 
top to toe. 

828. The armed deck on board of 
a flush-decked vessel. 

829. Armed ship. 



830. Arming, s. 

831. The arming of a Ship. 

832. Armings. 

833. Armistice, s. 

834. Armour-top. 

835. Armourer, s. 

836. Armourer, naval armourer, 
s. petty officer. 

Qu. Reg. et idm. Instr. Chap. IX 
19. Chap. XII 57. Chap.XLVIII 
35. 36. 38. Appendix. 

831. Armoury or armory. 

838. Arms, s. pi. 

839. to advance arms. 

840. to beat to arms. 

841. to be or stand under arms. 

842. dip or set of axletree arms. 

843. to examine arms. 

844. fire of small arms. 



bras, rayon, croisillon, arme, came. 



bras de mer. 
fusee d'essieu. 

demi- baux. 

caisse pour armes portatives. 

taquets de bouts de vergue. 
manteau d'armes. 

arme a feu. 

bee, voice de grue. 

ratelier, faisceau d'armes, travee 

de fusils, 
abri. 
munitions, cartouches pour armes 

portatives. 

branche (d'une courbe). 

bras d'aviron. 

bout de vergue. 

Vergue a vergue. 

garcettes de bouts de vergue. 

armer, s'armer. 

armer, dresser une batterie. 

armer un vaisseau. 

garnir une vergue, un mat. 

flotle. 
armadille. 



armement, equipement (se dit le 
plus souvent d'un armement de 
mer). 

desarmer une place. 

arme. 

arme de pied en cap, arme de 

toutes pieces, 
batterie d'un petit navire. 

vaisseau arme en guerre. 



armement, armure. 

L'armement d'un vaisseau. 

vieux agres, prelarts. 

armistice, suspension d'armes. 

pavois des mines. 

armurier. 

Maltre armurier, officier. 

Decret sur le service k bord des 
batiments de la flotte 15 Aout 
1851. Chap. II, section 10, Art. 
584-587. 

Magasin, salle d'armes, arsenal. 

Armes, armement, arme blanche. 

porter 1'arme. 

battre la generate. 

etre sous les armes. 

inclinaison. 

faire 1'inspection des armes. 

feu de mousqueterie, escopetterie. 



PynaBi), pyota, njieno punara, CIIH- 
ua, pariyci rpeSnaro KO^eca, Ky- 
jiaKi IUH najieut y ua^a (in. ia- 
iminax'b). 

PyKaBi Mopa, iipojiuBi. 

Koueu,x OCH; OKpyrjieHHaa 

Will BepCTCHO OCH. 



3% Koxppsiii 
pymoe opyaiie. 

na HOKaxf, peft. 
Haxojn. jjia noKpuxk pyxjeiiHoft 



OrHecxpijibiioe opy/rae. 
Crptjia Kpaaa. 
Py/neftnaa 



pymaro orHecTpii.ii.Haro 
opy;r,ia (T. e. riijifcsa, nopoxi H 

nyjia). 



BopTT, .0 6opTT>, HOK^ CT> HOKOMt. 

Hoia.-6eH3e.i!>. 
BoopyauiTb, BOOpyauiTtca. 
Boopyaiuit, nsroxoBiiTb Gaiapeio. 
Boopy/uiiTb CV^HO. 
OiaKejaauiBaTB peio, siamy, soopy- 

H;HTB sia^iy. 
Apsia^a, <} )J iOTT.. 
ApiiajMJia, IlcnancKaa acna^pa, 

npca;,ne IIOCTOHHHO 

BT, BeCT-HH r T,ilI. 

Boopyaienie. 



OoesopyaaiTi,. 



BoopyiueuHtiH. 
Bno.THf, BOOpy/uenHUu. 

Boopyaieniiaa Caxapea ne.iKaro 

iKptiiaa Oaiapea. 
BoopyaieHHoe ?; 



Kopcapi. 
Boopyaieeie. 
Boopy/Eenie 

CTapsia cuacTiij ciapaa napyciraa. 
HepeMnpie . 

MapCOBbJH CtTKII. 

OpyaieiiHtift Macxe 

5 r HTepi>-o<i>im,ep'L, CMOxpamiH sa HC- 

npaBHOciiK) 11 noiunKoro pysew, 

nHCTOJICTOBl, TecaKOBl H np. Ha 

BOCHHUXI. cysaxi,. OHTJ Hiitext 
H noMomanKa Armourer's mate. 
Bi> nanieR 



Opysie. 

^t.iaxi, na Kapayjrs.' 

BHTB xpesory. 

Cxoaxt nojt opy&iesrb. 

HaK-ionenie KonuoB'b OCH. 

^fejiaxb CMOip'b opyaiiio. 

PyseftHbiR oronb. 



Arms. 



22 



Arreste. 



845. general call to arms. 

846. to get under arms. 

847. to ground arms. 

848. Arms or horns of a cleat or 
kevel. 

849. to lay down arms. 

850. Light arms, hand arms, small 
arms. 

851. to order arms. 

852. pile Of arms. 

853. to pile arms. 

854. position with or under arms. 

855. to present arms. 

856. to remove the side-arms. 

857. to rise up in arms. 

858. to secure arms. 

859. Side-arms. 

860. side-arms hook or iron. 

861. to Slope arms. 

862. (0 Support arms. 
8CU. to trail arms. 

864. advance arms! 

865. ground arms! 

866. order arms! 

867. recover arms! 

868. stand to your arms! 

869. Uhpile arms. 

870. Master at arms, working pet- 
tv officer. 



Qu. Reg. et Adm. Instr. Ch. IX 
17. 19. Ch. XII 57. Appendix. 



871. Arquehnsatie or arqnefou- 
sade water. 

872. Arquebuse, s. 

873. Arquebusler, s. 

874. Arraign, v. a. 

875. Arrange, V. a. 

876. Arrangement, s. 

877. Array, s. 

878. in array or in battle array. 

879. close array. 

880. Arrears, s. 

881. Arrears, s. and adj. 

882. in arrears. 

883. to be in arrears. 

884. Arrest, s. 

885. to break one's arrest. 

886. close-arrest. 

887. close-arrest with a sentry. 

388. arrest of non-commissioned 
officers. 



appel aux armes ou a la guerre, 
prendre les armes. 
mettre les armes a terre. 
oreilles ou comes de taquet. 

mettre bas les armes. 
armes portatives. 

mettre 1'arme au pied. 

faisceau d'armes. 

former le faisceau. 

port d'armes, position sous les 

armes. 

presenter les armes. 
desarmer une piece, 
s'insurger, se rebeller. 
mettre 1'arme sous le bras gauche, 
instrumens d'une bouche a feu, 

armes blanches ou a lames, 
crochet, porte-armements. 
porter 1'arme sur 1'epaule. 
mettre 1'arme au bras, 
prendre 1'arme a la main, 
portez 1'arme! 
vos armes a terre I 
reposez vous sur vos armes! 

haul les armes! 
Jrompez les faisceaux! 
Capitaine d'armes. 



Decret sur le service a bord des 
bailments de la flotte du 15 Aout 
1851. litre X, Chap. II, Section III 
art. 537550. 

arquebusade. 
arquebuse. 
arquebusier. artiller. 

mander, accuser, mettre en accu- 
sation ou en jugement, traduire, 
rependre. 

arranger, ranger, disposer, prepa- 
rer, appr6ter. 

ordre, arrangement, systeme, pre- 
paralif, disposition, classification. 

ordre, rang, arroi. 

range en ordre de bataille. 

ordre serre. 

Arrerages. 

retardataire. 

arriere. 

s'arrierer. 

arret, arrets, saisie, prise de corps, 

' jugement, sentence, capture. 

rompre ses arrets. 

arrets de rigueur. 

arrets de rigueur sous la garde 

d'un factionnaire. 
:onsigne a la chambre. 



BKI30B1 KT> 

aa opymie. 
lIo.i03-.HTb opyatie Ha 3CM.uo. 

KOHH,H, HOCKH KptUHXeJIBHOH 
KH, yTKH. 

opyatie. 
opyatie. 



pyatBe y HOHI. 
PyatefiHaa iiHpaMHj,a. 
CocxaBHXB pyao>a BI 
HaxoflHXBca 



Y6paiB nymeHHyw 
BoscxaxB, nojinaTB opyatie. 
BsaxB pyatbe BT> npasyio pyKy. 
Ilynieiiiaa npim 

noe opyatie. 
KpiOHKH wa HaBtmHBaHia opyada. 
PyHJBe BOJIBHO HJIH Ha iipasoe njeio! 
Ha pyKy! 



Ha Kapayji>! 

Pyatte KT> nori! 

Cioaib BOJIBHO! AepatH pyatBe y 

HOFH! 
Ha 



PasoopaiB pya;Ba! 

yuiepT>-o({)imep7., yHiepi.- 



MopcKofr YcTaBi., Pa3AiJii> IV, Taa- 
Ba V CT. 778. 



CnnpTyo3Haa Bo^a, ynoTpe<3jiaeMaa 

npoTHBi pani, OTT, nyjin. 
ApKe6y3i. , MymKeTOHi., pynnaa 



i) BoopyateHHufi apneoy- 
30Mi>; pyajeflnuft Macxepi. 
O^BHHHTB, npejiaxB cyiy, 



npnroTOBHXB, sanacin, 
corjacaxBca, paacnn- 
xaiBca. 

IIopaiOKi>, ycxpoficxBO, pacnopsa;e- 
Hie, pacnpesijeHie, c/i'iJiKa, npn- 
Mnpenie. 

nopajoK-L, cxpofi, 6oeBofi nopaaoKi; 
cnacoKi. 

BHCXpoeHHHH Bl CoCBOMl nOpflAK'E. 

CoMKHyibiH cxpofi. 

HejonMKn. 

Oxcxajofi, onosjiaBinifi. 

Oxcxa.ioii. 

OxcxaiB. 

Apecxi, saxo^eHie, naaoaeHie aa- 

npemeHia, KOH*ncKania, npnro- 

Bopi. 

CaMOBOJBHO OCB06oaHXBCa H3I> 

apecia. 

Cxporifi apecxi. 
Cxporifi apecxt ct 

Hacosaro. 



Arrest. 



23 



Ash. 



889. person under arrest. 

890. arrest to the room. 

891. arrest, v. a. 

892. Arrests, s, art. 

893. Arris, s. 

894. Arrival (of a ship). 

895. Arrival (into the open sea 
after having been among islands 
and narrow channels). 

896. Arrival-place. 

897. Arrive, v. n. 



898. to arrive at. 

899. Arse of a block. 

900. Arsenal, S. 

901. Naval arsenal or dock-yard. 

902. Arsenic, s. (As 75). 

903. red arsenic (As 937, 5. 2). 

904. Articles, s. 

905. Articles of agreement for 

surrender 

906. Articles of (for) War. 

907. Articles of store. 

908. Articles of War. 



909. Artificer, s. 

910. military artificer. 

911. company of military artifi- 
cers. 

912. Artillery, s. 

913. All the artillery stores. 

914. Artillery artificer or work- 
man. 

915. Artillery duties or service. 

916. fire Of artillery. 

917. Artillery for coast-defences. 

918. heavy artillery. 

919. artillery-man or soldier. 

920. marine-artillery. 

921. Artillery men, who assist in 
serving the piece. 

922. Artillery practice. 

923. Science of artillery or gun- 

nery. 

924. Select committee of artillery. 
92o. Siege artillery. 

926. Artillery workshop. 



927. Ascent, Ascension, s. 



928. Right ascension. 

929. Ash, s. 
(Fraxinus excelsior). 

930. wild ash. 

(ornus europaea, fraxinus ornus.) 

931. Ash, s. 



prisonnier, detenu aux arrets. 

arrets simples. 

arreter, mettre aux arrets, captiver. 

grappe. 

arete, vive arete. 

arrivage (d'un vaisseau). 

debouquement. 



arrivee, embardee. 
arriver. 



aborder. 

cul d'une poulie. 
arsenal, magasin d'armes. 
arsenal de constuction de la ma- 
rine, arsenal maritime, 
arsenic, 
realgar. 

conditions, stipulation, partie, ma- 

tiere, substance, 
composition. 

code maritime. 

effets de troupes, d'equipement. 

code penal militaire. 



artificier, ouvrier, artisan. 

ouvrier militaire. 

compagnie d'ouvriers militaires. 



apeciOMi. 



apecii. 



3axBaxnxB, BSJJTB, nocainib 

apecii. 

BaaaHHaa Kapxeib. 
Ocxpufi yrojTb, pefipo. 

, npHGhixie cyjea. 

H31> ySKOCXJI BT> OXKpHXOe 

Mope. 



BO Bpenfl jpeficfa. 

npiinauTb, JOHXH, 

; cnycKaxbca 
orb Bixpa. 



(i-ioisa, atonKa. 
ApceHaji. 



Peaji>rapi> HJIH can^apaKi. (KpacnHft 

H JltIJllb)iKl,J. 

corjameHie, 



cxaxbH. 
Corjiamenie o cwfe, ycjioBia cjann. 

MopcKoft ycxaBb. 

IIpHnacu n Maiepiajiu BOopya;eHia. 

BoHHCKift ycxasi), BOimcKie apxH- 

Ky.IH, CBOJ,!) BOCHHUXT) yi'OJOB- 
HHXT> HOCiaHOBJieHiH. 

., jia6opaTo- 



BoeHHO-pa6o^ift. 
Poia BoeHHo-paoo'iHxi. 



artillerie, bouches h feu, pieces , Apxiuuiepia, opyjua. 

d'artillerie. 
Garniture d'artillerie. 



ouvrier d'artillerie, artilleur. 

service de 1'artilleur. 

feu d'artillerie, tir des bouches & feu. 

artillerie de cote. 

grosse artillerie. 

canonnier, artilleur. 

artillerie de marine, de mer, navale. 

servants. 

tir, feu des bouches k feu. 
science de 1' artillerie. 

comite d'artillerie. 
artillerie de siege, 
arsenal ou atelier de construction. 



ascension, remonte, elevation , mon- 
tee, hauteur, c6te, pente, eminen- 
ce, cblline, roidillon. 

Ascension droite. 

frene. 

orne, frene sauvage. 
cendre, frasil, braise. 



ApxH.iJiepificKie upHiiacu n 

pfliUH. 

ApiHJLiepificKiii siacxepoBOH. 

cjya;Ca. 
OPOHB. 



Iipa6peaiHaa 
Taaiejiaa apxHJuepia. 



MopCKaa apxiujepia. 



ApxHj.iepificKie 

EX cocxaBt opyjiifiuoft npucjiyrn. 
IIpaKxinecKaa apxnjijiepiHCKaa 



Hayna apxHJi.iepiii. 

ApiMJiepiiicKift KOMUxexi. 
Ocajnaa apxnjjiepia. 
MacxepcKaa, 



oxjHBaioxca H BH- 
nymKn; 



Bocxoa;seHie, 



IIpaMoe 



aceHt, naaceHt 



aceHB. 



Ash. 



24 



Astern. 



932. 

933. Ash-pit, ash-hole, ash-pan. 

934. ash-pit damper or door. 

935. a-sheif or a-shelf on a sand- 
bank, or a rock 

936. Ash-bucket. 

937. reducing to ashes. 

938. smithy ashes or slack. 

939. ashore, adv. 

940. ashore! 

941. to get ashore. 

942. to go ashore. 

943. to put ashore. 

944. to run ashore. 

945. ship ashore. 

946. Aslant adv. 

94*7. Asleep adv. 

948. Asp, asp-tree, S. (Populus 
tremula) . 

949. aspic, s. art. 



950. Assaillant, s. 

951. Assault, v. a. 

952. Assault, s. 

953. Assay, s. 

954. Assay-furnace. 

954. Assemble, v. a. and n. 

956. Assembling, s. 

957. Assembly, s. 

958. to beat the assembly, long 
roll or the fall in. 

959. place of assembly. 

960. Assist, v. a. 

961. Assistance, s. 

962. Signal for assistance. 

963. Assistant, s. 

964. assistant in a park of ar- 
tillery. 

965.' Assize, statute of regulation, 
tax, s. C. 

966. Assize, to regulate the price, 
weight and measures, v. a. C. 

967. Assizer, .assiser, an officer 
who has the care and overseeing 
of measures, weights etc. C. 

968. Assortment, s. 

assumed immersion Vlmmer- 
sion, 

Assurance S. Insurance. 

969. Astern adv. in direction of 
the stern. The opposite of ahead. 

970. back astern of all! 

971. to back astern. 

972. to beastcrnof one'sreckoning. 

973. to drop astern. 

974. to fall astern. 

975. to get aground astern. 

976. to heave astern. 



cendrier de locomotive. 

Cendrier. 

Ecran, porte du cendrier. 

k sec, sur un bane de sable ou 

de rescifs. 

boite a cendres, cendrier. 
incineration, 
mache fer, fraisil. 
k terre, echoue a terre, a la c6te. 
a terre! 
prendre terre, aborder, echouer. 

aller k terre, prendre terre. 

mo lire k terre. 

aller en plein, faire cote. 

vaisseau echoue. 

de biais, de travers, obliquement, 

de cote, incline sur. 
peu enflee (voile), 
tremble, bois de tremble. 

aspic. 



assaillant, agresseur. 

assaillir, altaquer, donner 1'assaut, 

faire 1'assaut. 
assaut. 

essai, epreuve, examen coupellation. 
fournt-au d'essai ou de coupelle. 
assembler, s'assembler, rassembler, 

amasser, attrouper. 
assemblage. 

assemblee, rassemblement. 
battre 1'assemblee ou la generate. 

rendez vous, quartier d'assemblee, 
lieu de rassemblement. 
aider, assister, secourir. 
assistance, secours. 
Signal pour demander du secours. 
assistant, aide, adjoint, second, 
dechargeur. 

ordonnance, reglement, taxe, taux. 

regler les prix, les poids et les me- 

sures. 
celui qui regie les mesures et les 

poids. 

assortiment, arrangement, classe- 
ment, assemblage. 



en arriere du vaisseau, par derriere, 
k poupe. 

Scie partout, scie tout k culer! 

scier k culer. 

-se faire de 1'avant. 

culer. 

culer. 

toucher de 1'arriere. 
acculer, haler par 1'arriere sur son 
ancre. 



napoBoaa, JiOKOiioxiiBa. 



Sacjiomta 

CyjHO, o6coxmee na necianoft MCJII 

HJCH Ha 



HpeBpameme BT, nenejn>. 

yrojiBHBift Mycopi. 

Ha <5epery, na siejiH. 

Jtepatu KT. 6epery! 

BUMTII na 6epei'T,, npucxaxb KT> 

6epery, CTOTB Ha Mejib. 
Ijxaib na 6epen>, npncxaxB KT> 6e- 

pery, COHTII na Oeperi. 
BwcajiHTB na fiepert. 
CiaiB Ha MCJIB, nycTHTBca BI Ce- 

peri, BBitxaiB Ha 6epen>. 
cy^no. 

, HaHCKOCB. 



Xyio 
OcnHa. 

Acnajii., GTapiiHHafl 
nyniKa (BO 
Jiepin) BT, 108 



napyci. 



12 <J). 



HanajiaTB , 



IIlTyp'sii, aiai;a. 
IlcnHxanie, npoGa, onsirs. 
IIpo6npnaa IICIB. 

COfiJlHHHTB, COCpaTB, HaKOnilTB, 
CTO.IlIIITbCfl. 



CoBOKynjienie, 

CoCpanie, c6opitme, c6opi. 

BHTB c6opi>. 



iiiaHifl, c6opnma, pan r ne- 
By, ycjioBnoe JTECTO 

DO-ilOHB, flBIITBCfl Ha 
IlOMOIUb. 

o IIOMOIUH. 



xanca, nojoatene, 

5 r TBepJI,HTB qtlltl, BiiCU II Miphl. 

ift najisopi najti BtcaMii a 



nie, KJiaccii(})HKai;ia. 



, pacnpejijie- 



ahead). 
Ta6aHb! 



, 3a KopMoro KO- 
npoiHBHoe CJIG- 



BHTB nosa^H csero 
HJITH Hasa^i, naiHTbca 



DTI spyraro cyjtna, 

xojii.. 
CxaxB Ha MC.IB Kopsioio. 

KopMOio na CBOH 
Ha auopa HJIH na Bepni. 



Astern. 



25 



Attack. 



977. to keep astern. 

978. to leave astern. 

979. to pitch astern. 

980. A ship is astern of an other. 

981. Second astern. 

982. to remain astern. 

983. to row paddling astern, to 
wriggle. 

984. Astragal or bead, s. 

985. Astrography, g. , 

986. Astrolabe, s. 

987. Astronomical circle. 

988. Astronomy. S. 

989. Asunder, adv. 

990. to take asunder. 

991. As you do! thus. 

992. As you were! 

993. A* sea. 
Ataunt s. taunt. 

994. Athwart, adv. across. 



995. Athwart hawse, across the 
direction of a vessel's head, 
across her cable. 

996. We discovered a fleet stan- 
ding athwart us. 

997. athwart ihe fore foot. 



998. To have the sea athwart or 
to be in the trough of the sea. 

999. to ride athwart the tide. 

1000. to stand athwart the waves. 

1001. to stand athwart or across 
a bay. 

1002. Athwart ships, across the 
length of a vessel! In opposi- 
tion to fore and aft. 

1003. (he tide takes the ship 
athwart. 

1004. Atlaatls, s. 

1005. Atlas, s. 

1006. Atmometer, g. 

1007. Atmosphere, S. 
Atmosphere-valve S air-valve. 

1008. Atmospheric, adj. 

1009. Atmospheric engine. 

1010. A-trip, adv. 
S. anchor. 

1011. The topsails are a-trip. 

1012. Attach, V. a. 

1013. attached, part, et adj. 

1014. attached temporarily. 



1015. Attack, s. 

1016. to commence the attack. 

1017. false or feint attack. 

1018. 'plan of attack. 

1019. regular attack. 



rester de 1'arriere. 

laisser de 1'arriere. 

tanguer en arriere. 

Un navire est en arriere de 1'autre. 

Matelot de 1'arriere. 

rester de 1'arriere. 

coqueter, godiller. 

astragale, tore, baguette, rondeau. 

description des astres. 

astrolabe. 

anneau astronomique. 

astronomic. 

separement, & part. 

defaire, demonter. 

Comme cela! 

remettez vous! 

en mer. 

en travers, de travers, par le tra- 
vers, en large, biais. 

situation d'un vaisseau qui se trou- 
ve en traverse et droit de 1'avant 
d'un autre par le travers des 
ecubiers. 

Nous decouvrimes une escadre par 
noire travers. 

en avant de 1'etrave, expression, 
qui designe 1'action de canonner 
un vaisseau que Ton veut arre- 
ter dans sa marche, pourtant de 
facon que les boulels passent un 
peu en avant de 1'etrave. 

Avoir la lame par le travers, se 
trouver entre les lames. 

mouiller en Iravers de la maree, 
d'un bord & 1'aulre. 

elre a travers les lames. 

etre par le travers d'une baie. 

en travers du vaisseau, d'un bord 
a 1'autre. 

la maree vient par le travers du 

vaisseau. 
Atlante. 

atlas, collection de cartes, 
admidomclrographe, almometre. 

atmosphere. 

atmospherique. 
Machine atmospherique. 
en coche. 

Les huniers sont guindes ou en 

coche. 
attacher, gagner, engager, arreter, 

saisir. 
attache, arrete, saisi. 

postiche, surnumeraire, a la suite de 



attaque, assaut. 

engager, entamer le combat. 

fausse attaque. 

plan d'attaque. 

attaque en regie au dans les formes 



rV j>.i.iij".i H L 1.0 J 1 M< 1 1 1 > . 
OcxaBlffB 3a KOpMOK). 

HapaiB, qepnaxB KopMOK). 
OJUHO cyjtHO iiosajn jipyraro. 



PaJiaHHTB, KJIHXB. 

'I>pH3Bi Ha opyjuaxi. 
Onncame HeCecHux 
Acxpojia6ia. 
AcxpoHOMHiecKoe KOJLBUO 

ACTpOHOMifl. 



OTJIOXHH! 
Ha Mopt, 



Kypcy, 
; Ha xpasepct, noneperi>, 

CT> Cony, BT, 6oKy. 
Ilojioateme Kopa6.ia, necoMaro Bi>x- 

pom HJIH xenenieMi nonepert 

jlpyraro, cxoainaro KI neny npa- 

MO HOCOMT... 
Mti yBiu'kiii njiymifi *Jioxi, y ceGa 

Ha xpasepct. 
OxHocnxca KI no.iexy aapa, BUcxpt- 

jieHHaro ojtHHMi KopaG^eMi no 

^pyroMy, nonepen ero Kypcy, 

npaMO nepe^i HOCOMT. ; 

ixo6bi oni. npiiBejTB KI 

uiaMH, npn 60- 

KOBOMl BOJineHiH. 

CxoaxB Ha anopt noneperi 



Cxaxb noneperi. 
CxoaiB . noneperi 6yxxti. 

Iloneperi, K0pa(5jia. 



noneperi K 



Axjiaci., coupanie Kapxi. 
AiMOMexpi,, iiHcxpyMenxi jwa 113- 
Mtpenia KO^iiiecxBa ncnapeHiii. 



AxMOCfiepniecKaa 

j(o 



MapceJiH no^Hax&i jo 
IIpHBa3axB f 



npn- 



CBepxmxaxHBifr, npn- 
Ha Bpena, na- 
xoiaminca BI CBnxi. 
AtaKa, Hanajenie. 



MHHMaa araKa, 4 )a -" II>IIIIIBaa 
axaKii. 

axana, aiai;a no 



Attack. 



26 



Available. 



1020 sudden attack. m 

1021. to withstand or stand an 
attack. 

1022. Attack, V. a. 

1023. Attempt, s. 

;. Attempt, v. a. and n. 



1025. to attempt a passage. 

1026. Attend, v. a. 



1027. to attend to signals. 

1028. Master attendant. 

1029. Attendant or squire of a 
man-at-arms. 

1030. Attention, 

1031. Atteratlon, s. 

1032. Attest, v. a. 

1033. to attest for the service. 

1031. Attestation, s. 

1035. Attested, part, and adj. 

1036. to be attested. 

1037. Attrition, g. 
1038.' Auger, s. 

1039. Auger-bit. 

1040. Auger-handle or through of 
the auger. 

1041. Auger-hole or back. 

1042 miner's auger. 

1053. broad ended auger. 

1044. point of an anger. 

104.?. screw of an auger. 

1046. Auger-shank. 

1047. Small auger 

1048. Small gemlet auger 

1049. Spiral or screw anger. 

1050. Auger trough or shell. 

1051. wheelwright's anger. 

1052. Auget, s, art. 



1053. Aura, s. 

1054. Authority, s. 



1055. Auxiliary, s. and adj. 

1056. auxiliary engine, force (or 
feeding engine). 

1057. auxiliary ships. 



1058. ATallanle, adj. 



surprise, attaque brusquee. 
soutenir, resister, se defendre con- 

tre une attaque. 
attaquer, assaillir, affronter, agres- 

ser, aborder. 
entreprise, attaque, effort, essai, 

epreuve, tentative, attentat, at- 

teinte. 
entreprendre, essayer, tenter, cher- 

cher, tacher, s'efforcer, at aquer, 

assaillir, attenter a, s 'attaquer I 
tenter un passage, 
suivre, accompagner, escorter, con 

duire, reconduire, assister, soigner 

veiller aux signaux. 
Commissaire du port, 
coustiller. 

en action! garde a vous! 

atterrissement. 

attester, certifier, affirmer. 

engager, enr6!er. 

attestation, temoignage. 

atteste, certifie. 

preter serment au drapeau. 

attrition, trituration. 

gouge, bondonniere, tariere, amor- 
coir, rouanne. 

bout de la tariere, meche, cuiller 
de tariere. 

manche. 

enlagure, trou de tariere. 

sonde a tariere. 
tariere ou gouge, 
mouche. 
tariere anglaise. 

verge ou tige de la tariere, queue 

laceret, lasseret. 

vrillon. 

tariere a spirale, en helice. 

cuiller. 

quillier. 

auget. 



vent, vapeur, ar6me. 

autorite, puissance, pouvoir, domi- 
nation, droit, credit, consideration, 
temoignage. 

auxiliaire. 

Machine, force auxiliare. 

navires auxiliaires. 



Bnesairaaa axaKa. 
IIpoxHBOcxoaxB 

BHflepxaib axany. 
AxaKosaxB, HanajuixB. 



Hpeflnpiaxie, axaKa, cTapanie, npo- 
6a, ontm., nonuTKa; 



,, npo6oBaxb 
ciapaiica; 



utile, avantageux , profitable.'efficace, 
valable, disponible, en disponibi- 
lite. 



IIoKycnxtca Ha npoxo^i. 

CjTB r T,OBaXfc, npOBOffiaTb, KOHBOHpO- 

Baxb; yxaaiHBaxh, cMOxptxi, sa, 

BHHMaTB. 

HagjiiojiaxB ciiriiajm. 
HopxcBoft K 



Cjinpno, cjymafl! 
HaHoci> necKy H 

CBIIJltxeJIBCIBOBaXB, 



BUonpaTB, 



IIpwcaraTB na cjyas6y. 

Tpeuie. 

KanapBe. 

Ilepo nanapBa, xpyona. 
PynoaTKa y iiatiapBa. 

Aiipa jura BBC^eaia ninna BI rn43.no 

nocpeacxBoii'B cxasnaro 
BypoBoe uanapBe 

iio.iyKpyrjoe 



, y itoxoparo a;a.io C 
DHMI napteoMi. 
Bepexeno, cxoa^aa iacxB csepja. 



EypaE'iiiKT), wajieHBKoe nanapte. 

BnHxoo6pa3iiuft 6ypaBi,. 

JIoatBa. 

lojKqaxufi SypaBi. 

^OBmi) y BOftojvfeficTByiomaro KOJieca. 
JKe.iofioK'B Ha cpejueiai. 6pyci 
ii.iax<i>opjiti (npn xtxi aa^exaxi, 

- y Koxopuxi BI xo6oxi Kojiecuo). 

Btxepi), napT,, aponaii, 3anaxi>. 

ABxopuxexi, pjiacxB, 



BcnoMoraxe.iBHaa MamHHa, Bcno- 

MoraxejiBnaa cajia. 
He6o,iBraia cyja, cocxoamia BI pac- 
nopaa>eniH cy^OBi 6ojBmHXT> pan- 
0a pefi^-B, a HHoria H BXO- 
Bt cocxaii KOMiueKxa 
OHIIXI (KaKi nanp. napOBae 6ap- 
r,a;'.i,i, napoitua cyia oa Great 
Eastern'*), cy^a napycnufl ci 
BcnoiioraxejBHHMH JBH- 



i, BHIOIHUM, 
HHfi, CBOSOSHHH (KOTOpHMfc M03:- 

HO pacnoaaraxB). 



Avast. 



27 



Axe. 



1059. Avast! adv. an order to stop. 



1060. Avast heaving at the cap- 
stan. 

1061. Avefooard, s. 

1002. Average, s. 

1 . petty or accustomed average. 

2. simple or particular average. 

3. general or gross average. 

J. Lees. Laws of Shipping and 
insurance fp. 289304). 
Mac. Culloch. S. average. 

1063. free from average, C. 

1064. to suffer average 

IOCS. Average -account (for the 

costs of reclamation). 
106C. Adjustment of averages. 



1067. Average, adj. 

1068. Avoid, v. a. 

1069. avoid being boarded by an 
enemy. 

1070. Awaft, adv. 

1071. Award, s. 

1072. Award v. a. 



1073. to be awash. 

1074. Away, adv. 

1075. to drive away. 

1076. 10 go away. 

1077. heave, hoist or sway away. 

1078. to hoiot away. 

1079. to lower away. 

1080. A-weather! 

1081. Hard a-weather! 

1082. Awclgh. 

1083. Awl, s. 

1084. drawing awl. 

1085. Sailmaker's awl. 

1086. Awning, s. 

108". Awning of a boat. 

1088. Canvas awning. 

1089. Crow's foot of the awning. 

1090. fore-casile awning. 

1091. awning-lines. 

1092. poop-awning. 

1093. quarter-deck awning. 

1094. roof. of a boat's awning. 

1095. to spread the awning. 

1096. spread yard for the awn- 
ing. 

1097. tarpaulin awning. 

1098. Axe, s. 

1099. battle, boarding or pole-axe 

1100. Barking-axe. 

1101. board or chip axe. 

1102. Carpenter's axe. 



tiens bon la! avaslel baste! (en Pro- 
vence) cessez! c'est assez! cou- 
rez vite! 

tiens bon la au Cabestan! 

aileron. 

avarie, corvee, contribution, domma- 
ges causes par la force ou la vio- 
lence. 

1. avaries grosses ou commu- 
nes. 

2. avaries simples ou parti- 
culieres. 

Code de Commerce Livre II, litre XII 
art. 410429. 

franc d'avarie. 

essuyer des dommages. 

comple d'avarie (pour frais de re- 
clamation). 

contribution, dispache. 



moyen, Tun dans 1'autre. 
eviter, refuser, fuir, echapper. 
parer un abordage. 

en berne. 

jugement, arret, sentence, decret. 
adjuger, decerner, donner, pronon 

cer un jugement, un arret, de- 

creler. 
a fleur d'eau, etre a affieures. 

absent. 

chasser. 

s'absenter, s'en aller. 

issop! 

hisser. 

ameuer. 

au vent! 

arrive tout! la barre au vent, pouge! 

pendant, h plomb. 

poingon, alcne, carlet, pique chasse. 

alene a bredir, b passer, passe-corde. 

marprime. 

tente, tendeletd'embarcalion, baune, 

pavilion, marquise, aulire. 
tendelet d'embar cation, tente de na- 

ge, taude. 
aulire. 
hernier. 

marsouin. 

hale avant et hale arriere. 

tente de dunetle. 

tente de gaillard. 

impsriale. 

tenter. 

vergue de tente. 

lente goudronnee. 

hache, cognee. 

hache d'armes, bee de corbin, gisar- 

me, voulgue, barbole. 
hache, ecorce. 
doloire. 
ebauchoir, epaule de mouton. 



CTOITB HJIH cxoni 

npepBaxB Banoe .moo jificTBie 



CxonvmimaB, 

Ilepo HJH jionaxKa y 

maro Koaeca. 
Asapia. 

1. aBapia Ma.iaa. 

2. aBapia npocxaa H lacxeaa. 

3. aBapia Cojibmaa H o6maa. 

4. asapia BsaiiMHaro Bpejta. 

(T. XI CB. 3aK. YCT. Toprosaro 

KH. Ill, M. IT, V H YI, CT. 

10681134.). 
He OTBiqaib sa asapiio. 

aisapiio, yOuxKH. 
asapin. 



,, SLKTT,, cociaBjiaeMHfi 



COBaHHHMH paCXO^OBi, IIpHHHH6H- 

Huxt afiapieio. 
Cpejnifi, cpejtHnMi> IHCJOMI. 



He aonycTHTB ce6a 



osHanaiomift 6i>icxBie, nepe- 
, ciirHa.n> 6'fescxBia. 



npuroBopnxb . 



Joaoft. 



CT> BOAOIO; 6axB no 
(o cyjH'fe na cymt). 



yfixn. 



CnycxnTB. 
KT> Bixpy! 
Py-iB Ha {5opxi>, Ha Btxpi! (noseJi'B- 

Hie pyjeBony). 
OXBT>CHO. 

, 6ypaBi>, npo^aBKa, 

cxepseHB. 

IIlHJio AM cnniBanifl 
IIIiiJio y napycnnKa. 
TeHii.. 



rpeGnaro 

xeHxi. 

DapycHbiH xenxi. 
IljiaHKa H.IH raHanyxB-SaoKi., ynoxpe- 

CJiaejiijft npn pacnycKanin xenxa. 

BaKOBHlft X6HXX. 

TeHxoBue mxepiH. 

K)xOBHfi TCHXi. 



ICHXl). 
X6HT1. 
IlOCXaBHXB T6HXI.. 

EocxaBHXB xeHxoBHft 

X6HX1). 



Tonopi). 



Hljaxxa jaa oCxecHBaHia jepesa, 
xonopi. 



Axe. 



28 



Azote. 



1103. Cooper's axe. 

1104. Grinder's pickaxe. 

1105. Pickaxe, 

1106. Scabble, scabbling axe or 
iron. 

1107. Small axe. 

1108. Splitting axe. 

1109. Axis, s. 

1110. axis of elasticity. 

1111. axis of incidence. 

1112. magnetic axis. 

1113. optic or visual axis. 

1114. axis of oscillation 

1115. axis in peritrochio. 

1116. Axis prolonged (of a gun), art 

1117. rotation axis. 

1118. Axle, s. 

1119. crank axle. 

1120. truck axle. 

1121. Axlctree, s. 

1122. Axlctrec-arm. 

1123. Axletree-band. 

1124. Axletree-bar. 

1125. Axletrce-bed. 

1126. Axletree-bolster. 

1127. Axletrec-bolster-bolt. 

1128. Axletree-bolster-hoop. 

1129. Axictree-clip or yoke-hoop. 

1130. Axlelree clout or wrapping 
plate. 

1131. fore-axletrec . 

1132. half axlctree. 

1133. hollow of the axletrec. 

1134. joggle, calkin or tag of an 
axletree. 

1135. letting, housing or joggling of 
the axletrce. 

1136 to line an axletree. 

1137. Axlctree or middle stay, art. 

1138. Axletree or nave box. 

1139. Axletree pin or linch pin 

1140. Axlctree shoulder. 

1141. Rear axlctree or hind ax- 
letrcc. 

1142. temporary axlctree. 

1143. Aye, aye sir! 

1144. Azimuth, s. and adj 

1145. Azimuth-circle. 

1146. Azimuth compass. 

1147. Azimuth dial. 

1148. Azoga, s. 



1149. Azote, s. 

(N) 14) 
AzJ 175,0 



paroir. 

hachoir, picois. 

pic, pioche. 

smille, marteau a brelteler. 

hachereau, serpe d'armes. 
hache. 
axe. 

axe d'elasticite. 
axe d'incidence. 
axe de 1'aimant. 
axe optique d'une lunette, 
axe d'oscillation. 
treuil 

ligne de 1'axe. 
axe de rotation. 

axe, ess eu, treuil, arbre, p61e, pi- 
vot, tourillon 
axe coudee ou a manivelle. 

fusee de roulette. 

essieu, tourillon de balancier 
fusee d'essieu. 
bande, hirondelle. 

equignon . 

corps d'essieu en bois. 

sellette. 

seye. 

etrier, frette. 

etrier de sellette, braban. 

nappe a anneau. 

essieu de devant. 

demi-essieu. 

devers. 

talon. 

encastrement, entaille. 

recharger un essieu. 

etrier d'essieu en bois. 

coffret d'essieu, boite. 

esse. 

epaulement. 

essieu de derriere. 

faux essieu. 

Commande! 

azimut, azimulal. 

cercle azimutal. 

Compas azimutal ou de variation. 

Cadran azimutal. 

azoga, assogue. 



azote, nitrogene. 



KynopHuR xonopt. 
"*~~ ~ HJIH 



, , . 

HaciiKa, MOJIOXOKX. o jjByxi ocxpi- 

flXt. 

Cepm>. 

Tonopt CT> SJIHHHOH pyKoaxKoio. 

OCB, BHyXpCHHHK'B. 

OCB ynpyrociH. 
OCB nasenia. 
OCB MarHHTa. 
OnxHiecitaa OCR xpy6tt. 
OCB Ka^ania. 
Bait c?> pHiaroM'B. 

IIpHutjIbHaH JIHHifl, JIHHiH M6Ta.ua. 

Ocb BpaineHia. 

OCB, BepTaiori, Bopoxi. 



KoJiiiHiaxaa OCL HJIH KOjeH i iaTHft 

BaJTL. 



oct HJIH OCB, ycipoeH- 

naH na TejieaiKt. 
OCB SajiaHcupa. 
Koneui OCH. 
Ilojioca JI;JIH npHJjamfl sepeBflHHofi 

OCH 6ojite upo^HOCTH. 
IIojiocKa; aiejifonafl nojioca, Bpi- 

saHnaa cmiay sepeBflHHon OCH. 
JIonacxB ji;epeBflHHoft OCH. 

Haxojtamaaca naji;T> OCBIO. 

OCH. 

IIoflCT. na JionacTH KepeBflHHofi OCH. 
Iloaci, cKptnjiaroi^H jionacTB sepe- 
Bannoii OCH. 

CKo6a CT> KOJIBU.OM'B. 

HepejiHaa oct. 
Eojiy-ocB. 

OCH. 
OCH. 



Bbipfei>, BHCMKa, THisjio OCH; sa- 
nymeHie HJIH scxaBKa BB nasi. 

IlpOBT.pHXB OCB. 

IloacT> na Jionacxn sepeBannofi OCH. 

OCH. 
OCH. 
IIIeiiKa OCH. 

OCB. 



OCB. 



AsHiiyxajiBHHft Kpyri. 



ECXB! 



ASHMyX'B-KBajpaHT'B. 

Hassaflie HcnancKHxi cy^osi, KO- 
xopBia nepeBOSHJiH BI AsiepHKy 

pxyiB Ha 30JIOXU6 pyjHHKH. 

Asoxt. 



Babbit. 



29 



Back. 



B. 



1150. Babbit's metal. 



1151. BBC, s., a flat bottomed 
boat, a praam or ferry boat. 

1152. Bacca, s. a light-house, 
watch-tower or beacon. 

1153. Back, s. 

H. 'if. Back or cast of balls art. 



1155. Back or flat of a bayonet, 
m. o. a. 

1156. Back of a chimney. 

Ilo7. Back of a cock, m. o. a. 

1158. Back of a forge. 

1159. Back of the rudder. 

1160. Back of the sternpost. 



1161. Back of a timber-piece (the 
upper or couvex edge of a ho- 
rizontal or curved piece). 

1162. Back of a vault. 

1163. Back, adv. 

Back action lock. V. action. 

1164. after-back-stay s . 

1165. Back-balance. 

1166. Back-balance of eccentric, 
st. eng. 

1161. Back-balance or counter- 
balance weightofslide-valves. 

1168. Back-board. 

1169. Back-centre-screw, the screw 
for setting up the back-centre 
of a lathe to the work, to be 
turned after the puppet-head 
has been fixed. 

1170. Back-chamfer of a sword, 
m. o. a. 

1171. to drive back. 

1172. to fall, go, put, run back. 

1173. falling back. 

1174. back-frame wheel, iron-jack 
U wheel for spinning the hemp. 

1175. background. 

1176. back-lash. 

1177. back-link. St. eng 

1178. back-plate, st. eng. 



Antifriction, metal doux, generale- 
ment compose de 2 parties de 
cuivre, de 90 parties d'etain et 
de 8 parties d'antimoine. 

bateau plat, chaland ou chalan, 

prame, bac, bak, bateau plat 

servant a passer les voitures. 

vigie, tour. 

dos, derriere. 
chapelet de balles. 



dos d'une lame de baionnette. 

plaque de feu, coutre coenr de che- 

minee. 

dos, rein de chien. 
c6te de la tuyere, 
doublage ou couteau du gouvernail. 
contre-etambot exterieur. 



Dos d'un bois droit ou courbe, la 
partie exterieure convexe, d'une 
piece de construction, 

rein d'une voute. 

en arriere. 

contre-etais. 
Contre-poids. 
contre-poids d'excentrique. 

contre-poids du tiroir. 

dossier. 

pointe, contre-pointe. 



biseau, faux-tranchant. 

refouler, repousse r. 

reculer, replier, se retirer faire re- 

traite. 
repli, recul, retrogradation. mouve- 

ment retrograde, 
rouet, tour, retorsoir. 

enfoncement, fond, arriere plan, 
retard, temps perdu. 

Guide de parallelogramme, bielle de 

parallelogramme. 
bande du cylindre. 



Ea6nTOBi> nexajurB, MantiS jae- 
xa.MT>, npoxHByji'BHcxByKmiH xpe- 

HiH), COCTOHT1. H31> 2 laCXCft M*- 

JIH, 90 lacxeft ojioua n 8 nacxefi 

aHTHMOHill. 

aoji,Ka; napOM%. 



Eanraa, 

oa^t, cmiHua, aainaa cxopona. 

OjieniH , coejuiHeHHUxi) 

, Bl (JjOpM'B flM JIHTBfl 



CniuiKa Bt jessei 
,HBepu,fci, 



BepxHifi 



ne^n. 



ciopoHa 



ysaji,Heft 

ciopOHbi ciapHnocia, BI KOiopoft 
yKpin-iaioTca pyjieBHa HCTJIH. 

Hapyainaa, BHnyKjiaa CTOpona npa- 
Moft H.IH KpiiBoft mxyKii 
BI. nocxpoHKy. 

Pas6yxoBKa, pe6pa 

Hasa^n, 



'c'B napOBaro 

SOJOTHHIta. 

oacnnHHaa jocua na 



BT> 



Ocxpaa 



OTCTyn.ienie, 

IIpa^,ii.uHoe Koaeco, na Kan 



; onas^UB.inie BBO,i,a na- 



Pa6oiaa IIJH CoKOBaa xara napa.i- 

aeabnaro ^Bnatenia. 
oajuaa r iocKa napouaro u,H.iinr r Tpa. 



Back. 



30 



Baculometry . 



1179. imck-plate of a sword hilt, 
m. o. a. 

1180. back-plate or boss of a forge- 
hearth. 

1181. preventer or shifting back- 
stays. 

1182. back-pressure. 

1183. to rein back. 

1184. reining back. 

1185. Back-sight. 

1186. back-slitting of a wheel. 

1187. back-staff, instrument in- 
vented by Cap. Davis for a sea 
quadrant. 

1188. back-stairs. 

1189. back-stays. 

1190. after bockstays. 

1191. breast backstays. 

1192. lanyards of the back-stays. 
V. lanyards. 

1193. back-stay-plates. 

1194. Royal back-stays. 
1193. back-stay-stools. 

1196. Top-mast back-stays. 

1197. Top-gallant back-stays. 

1198. Travelling back-stays. 

1199. to Step back. 

1200. back-stroke. 

1201. back-swayed. 

1202. back-waves. 

1203. step back! 

1204. Back, v. 



1203. to back, back her! 
to back an anchor S. anchor. 

1206. to back astern, back oars. 

1207. back all astern or astern 
of all! 

1208. to back the engine. 

1209. back the sails. 



1210. back the starboard oars! 

1211. back the fore-topsail! 

1212. back the main topsail! 

1213. back the mizen topsail! 

1214. to back and fill. 

1215. backwater, water swelled 
by means of dikes or dams. 

1216. back water! 

1217. Backed part, et adj. 

1218. Backing, S. 



1219. Backward, adv. 

1220. Baculometry, S. 



calotte. 

plaque de tuyere 

galhaubans volants 

contre-pression. 

reculer. 

reculement, reculer, mouvement de 

reculer. 
hausse fixe, 
dejour de roue. 

quart du cercle, quartier anglais. 



escalier derobe ou de degagement. 

Galhaubans. 

centre elais. 

galhanbans. 

rides de galhanbans. 

chaines de galhanbans. 

Galhanbans des mats de cacotois. 

porte-galhanbans. 

Galhanbans des mats de hune. 

Galhanbans des mats de perroquet. 

galhaubans k croc. 

marcher le pas en arriere. 

coup d'arriere, arriere main, choc 

en retour. 
elance, efllanque. 

refrain. 

peloton en arriere! 

appuyer, seconder, favonser, epau- 
ler, accompagner, masquer, re- 
culer, faire reculer, aller a re- 
culons. 

marcher en arriere. 

culer; scier a culer avec les avirons, 

scier. 
scie par tout, scie tout a culer! 

faire marcher en arriere la ma- 
chine . 

coifler les voiles, metlre les voiles 
sur le mat, brasser les voiles A 
culer. 

Scie tribord avec les avirons! 

Le vent sur le petit hunier! 

Brasse le grand hunier sur le mat! 

Masque le perroquet de fougue! 

coiffer et faire servir les voiles. 

eau haussee, eau enflee, eau ar- 
retee. 

Scie escourre! 

monte, seconde, favorise, epaule, 
appuy6, soutenu, supporte. 

appui, soutien, support, assistance; 
reculement, mouvement en ar- 
riere d'un navire. 

par derriere, a reculons, a la ren- 
verse, a rebours, en arriere. 

baculometrie. 



mnaatHaro HJIH ca6ejibHaro 
e<J>eca, 3a^eaH iacxB e4>eca. 

KpuniKa, flocita, jiemauB <t>ypnu BI 
neiax'B. 

IlepeHOCHBie 



OicTynaTB. 
OrcTyiueHie. 



Me/K,ny 
MopCKofi KBa,npaHTt 

HHCTpyMeHTl 



BarnrxarH H 



BaKmiarn. 
Tajipena y 



BaHTT>-nyTencu y 
niTaroBi. 



, H 6aKin- 
6ar- 



HojiypycjeHH 



H 



Bpan^-(})opjiyHU H 
HepeHOCHtie CaKnnarH ct KHHapefi- 
ciponoMT,. 
na3aji;i. 



ift, npaMofi (roBOpa o 



Eypynt, ox6oft, 
HHTB napyct; H,T;XH 

HflXH 



BOJIHH. 
fc; o6crB- 



; Ta6anHTi>. 
Bci! 

3aiHift xoj'B napoBofi 

napyca, noao^nxB na 



Ha cieHBry! 
na cieHBry! 
na cieiiBry! 
06cT6HHBaTB ii nanojiHflTB napyca, 

cnycKaacBCi TeieniewB. 
Bona, nojiHflTaa nocpejcTBOMi> nuno- 
sa H IUOTHHH; BOja 
jiecoMB napoxo^a. 
Ta6aHB! 



a, samirra, noiioniB; 



n 

, BCHHTB, 
IICKVCCTBO 



31 



Baking. 



1221. Badge, s. 

1222. badge-block or slide-box of 
a field piece, art. 



1223. distinguishing badge or 

mark. 
1221. Baffle, V. a. 



1225. Baffling winds. 

1226. Bag, s. 

1227. bag and baggage. 

1228. bag or basket, charged with 
cinders etc for fothering a ship. 

1229. calf-skin bag in which pow- 
der is pulverized, art. 

1230. canvas-bag for powder-bar- 
rels, art. 

1231. cartridge bag, art. 



1232. leathern bag for artillery 
purposes, art. 

1233. mat-bag. 

1234. bag of powder (substitute 
for a grenade), art. 

1235. Sand-bag. 

1236. bag, v. n. 

1237. the sails begin to bag. 

1238. Baggage, s. 

1239. Baggala, s. 



1240. Bagpipe, v. a. 

1241. bagpipe the mizen! 

1242. Bag-reef. 

baidara, baldarka v. boat. 

1243. Bail, s. C. 

1244. bail, to give, C. 

1245. Bailee, s. C. 

1246. Ballllagc, bailage (a small 
duty paid to the city of Lon- 
don by aliens and others for 
certain commodities exported 
by them). C. 

1247. water-bailiff. 

1248. Bait, v. a. 



1249. Bait, s. 

1250. Baize or kersey. 

1251. Bake, v. a. and n. 

1252. bake-house. 

1253. Baker, s. 

1254. Baking, s. 

1255. Baking-pan. 



bouteille, fausse gallerie, fausse bou- 
teille; plaque, signe, marque. 

plaque de hausse, piece de me"ta1 
conlenant la hausse d'une piece 
de campagne. 

Signe distinctif, marque distinctive 

dejouer, derouter, deconcerter, con- 
fondre, faire echouer ou avorter 
ruiner. 

brises folles. 

sac. 

sac et bagage, bagage. 

bonnette lardee. 

Sac a battre la poudre. 
Sac a poudre. 



sachet, gargousse 

sac a cartouches, a charges ou 

munitions, 
paillasson, sac. 
Sac fondrayant, sac a pondre. 

Sac a terre. 

enfler, se gonfler. 

les voiles s'enflent, se deploient. 

bagage, bagages, attirail, charge. 

baggala. 



coifler, masquer, mettre vent des- 

sus. 
borde 1'arlimon au vent! mets 1'ar- 

timon vent dessus! 
bas ris. 

garantie, caution. 

donner ou fournir caution, caution- 

ner. 
consignataire, depositaire. 

tonnage (droils qu'ou paie a' la vil- 
le de Londres pour 1'exportation 
de certains articles). 



debacleur, officier de port, 
rafraichir, repaitre, amorcer. 



amorce, appat. 
frise. 

boulanger, cuire au four, calciner 
se crevasser, faire dupain, four, 
boulangerie. 
boulanger, maquilleur. 
boulangerie, cuisson, fournee. 
tourtiere 



'i',ui,mui;!J;i paKOBHHU Ha i;yu<vn-- 
CKHX-B cyjiaxt; aaaKi. 

MexajjiHiecKaa KopoftKa, saMKiaK- 
njaa npnrc'BjrB HJIH flionxp'B opy- 
flia, npiint.'ii.iia/'i Kopofina HJIH rnt,- 

3JO. 
OxjIHIHXeJIBHblfi 



HpesynpejuixB, pascxponxB HJIH pas- 
pynraxB njiant npoiHBHHKa. 



MtfflOKt. 

Barasi, 



HHSHHXIIHHOBI,. 



MtfflOKi, Bt KOTOpOlTB TOJKyTt HO- 

poxt. 

XoJICTaHOH M'EIIIOK'E, BT> KOTOpHH 

HacanaexcK nopoxi wa xpanenia 

BI 6oiKatt. 
Kapxysi HST. 6yMara wa noMimeHia 

ojHaro XOJIBKO nopoxa,Kapxy3HHft 

iiinroEi. 
HaxpoHHaa cyna, cyMKa 



KyjiB. 

IIIxypMOBHfi MtmoKt MtnioKi), na- 

HOJIHeHHEIH nOpOXOJTB, o6lOMKaMH 

pyaiefiHuxi, CXBOJOBT, H np. 
XO.ICXHHHHH MiniOKi, Hano.iHeHHHfi 

38M.ieK)). 

HajjyBaxBca, HanojinaxBcx. 
Ilapyca nanojiHaroxca. 



Barraja, apaftcKoe cysno 
BBicoKoS KOpMoro; Ha axnx'B cy^axi. 



IIojioa>HXB Kpyxo na cxeHBry. 
BaaecxH (jnsaHB BIKOXI na 



no- 

pyna, pyiaxeJiBcxBO. 
npe,a;cxaBHXB Hopyity HJIH o5e3ne- 

ienie. 
XpannxeAB, cGeperaxejiB, xo JIHU;O, 

Koxoposiy jtostpaexcfl xoBapi. 

snanHxe-tBHaa nonuiHHa, njiaxiuia-'i 

ropo^y .loHflOHy npn BHBOsii H3- 



FaBeHueflcxep'B. 
IIpoxJiaji;HXB, 

JiaKOXBK) Ha BKHii (BOCnJiaMCHHXB 
CXOnHHOMt, MaKOXBK) H 



npHKOpM-B; nopoxi Ha- 
cunaeMHK Ha nojiKy. 

na Hapyainou iacxii 



nenapB. 



.IHCXI, na KOxopOMTj ne- 
Kyxca cyxapn. 



Balalanga. 



32 



Balkers. 



1256. Balalanga, S. 



. Balance, S. 

1258. balance of account. 

1259. beam of a balance. 

1260. balance of the small crane. 

1261. balance-frame. 

1262. balance-gates. 

1263. hydraulic balance. 

1264. hydrostatic balance. 

1265. balance of a pump. 

1266. balance of a reef, or ba- 
lance-reef. 

1267. balance of a sail. 

1268. balance steam weighing. 

1269. Spring balance. 

1270. tongue of a balance. 
1371. balance of trade C. 

1272. trial of a balance. 

1273. balance-valve, St. eng. 

1274. balance weight or. 
balance-bob, St. eng. 

1275. balance weight for eccen- 
tric, st. eng. 

1276. balance weight for valves 
st. eng. v. back-balance. 

1277. balance with box ends. 

1278. Balance, v. a. and n. 

1279. to balance an account. 

1280. to balance a sail. 

1281. to balance the mizen. 

1282. to balance (steam engine), 

1283. Balancing, s. 

1284 Balaou, s. 

1285. Balcony, s. 

1286. Baldachin, s. 

1287. Bale, s. C. 

1288. small bale. 
1289- to bale v. a. 
1290. to bale a boat. 



1291. bale the boat? 

1292. Baling, s. 

1293. Baling backet 

1294. Balis t a. s. 

1295. balista for throwing either 
arrows or stones. 

1296. balista on three legs. 

1297. Balis tor, S. 

1298. Balize, s. 

1299. Balk or baulk, s. 

1300. Balkers, s. C. 



vaisseau dont on se sert a Sumatra. 

balance, balancier, balancement, 

equilibre, contre-poids. 
compte en deflnitif, cloture ou ar- 

rete de compte. 
traversin, traversant, fleau. 
balancier d'une grue. 
couple de balancement, couple ba- 

lancine. 
portes d'ecluse. 
balance hydraulique 
balance hydrostatique 
balancier de pompe. 



ruban qui sert a etrangler la voi- 
le, ris diagonal, 
poinlurc, empointure. 

balance a vapeur. 
balance a ressorl, peson. 

languetto, fleau. 

balance, bilon du commerce. 

aiguille. 

soupape equilibree, a lanterne. 

contre-poids, contre charge, 
contre-poids d'excentrique. 
contre-poids du tiroir. 

balance sourde. 

balancer, peser, tenir en equilibre. 

regler, balancer un compte, solder, 
terminer, arreter un compte. 

balancer une voile, prendre un ris 
a une voile, par en bas. 

etrangler 1'artimon par en haul 
avec un ruban. 

balancer la machine a vapeur. 

balancement. 

balaou. 

balcon, gallerie de poupe. 

baldaquin. 

balle, gros paquet 

ballon, petit paquet. 

emballer. 

baqueter, Jeter dehors, vider ou 

jeler 1'eau d'un canot, a 1'aide 

d'une escope. 
jette! 

baquetage. 

seau de baquetage ou a baqueter. 
baliste, arganette, lide. 

polibole, palintonne. 

trepied. 

arbalete. 

balise. 

poutre, forant, solive, epontille. 

ceux, qui etant posies sur une hau- 
teur, montrent aux bateaux de 
pecheurs par oil les harengs 
passent. 



xao, ynoipeSjiaeMoe Ha 
CyjiaTpi. 
Bicu; paBHOBicie, 



, 6ajianc'B 
no pac^eiy. 

KopOMUCJIO y BiiCOBt. 

Koposmcjio y Kpaaa. 
KopjioBoft CajtaHCT), ninaHroyrB. 

!IIjK)3HfcIfl BOpOTa. 

ie Bicu. 
Bictr. 

H.III KOpOMHCJIO, KOTOptlMT) 

nopmeHb 
nacoca. 

jiaro- 



Bepxnie yMtr napyca. 

JJI3 !IITHIK6oyTOBl>. 

HapoBue BicH. 

IIpyatHHHHe Btcu, npyaiHHHHH na- 

poiiipi,. 
CxpijiKa y KopOMticJta 



Illniiib y 



napOBaro 

SOJOTHHKa. 
BiCU C1> JltHHBUMT! 

BiciiTb, xepiKaTB BT> 



6ajiaHci>, noKOHHHTB ciem, 



B33TB pucj)!) y 6ii3aHH HJIH jpyrHxi> 

IIO.HOO'HHX'B napycoBi, ci 
BGHTB piio-B y SnsaHH, 

HOMi) Boopyineiiiij). 
IIpo6oBaTi> iiainHny, ypaBHOB'Bian- 



ie, Ko.ie6anie; 

BT> 
Bajay 

OH'b, itopMOBaa rajuiepea 



TK>KT>, Kiina. 



rB BOjiy ii3% 
Bo,iy! (113% 



Ba.incTa, ciapnHHoe 

opyj,ie. 
CiapiiHHoe opyjie R.T.H Merama 

CTpi-ii H K 
Tpexnoamaa 



), sixa. 
BaiKa, SHMCT,. CocnoBtia 



, Koiopbie, ^yjtym na BOSBH- 
ineniii, noKasHBawT 
no i;ai;oiiy HaiipaBjeniio 



Ball. 



33 



Ballast. 



j::oi. Bali, s. 

130-2. back, cast or chain of bails. 



1.103. bail-caliber, art. 
130i. ball-cartridge, art. 

1305. bull for small arm cartrid- 
ges, musket ball, bullet, art. 

1306. bail-cartridge division, art. 

1307. bail-cartridge former, art. 

1308. bail for case shot, art. 

1309. to clip, nip off the burrs 
and runners from bails, art. 

1310. ball-disk, or runner for gra- 
nulating powder, art. 



1311. baii-drower, art. 

1312. compressed ball, art. 

1313. bail driver, art. 

1314. eprouvette-baii or shot, art. 

1315. fire-ball, art. 

1316. ball ganging machine, art. 

1317. bail or globe of a dome. 

1318. hollow bail, art. 

1319. iron-bail, art. 

1320. leaden bail for a sling. 

1321. ball of powder, art. 

1322. ball-proof. 

1323. runner of a bail or bul- 
let, art. 

1324. ball for signals. 

1325. Small copper ball used in 
powder works, art. 

1326. ball of spun yarn. 

1327. bail of a Steel-yard. 

1328. bail-valve, st. eng. 

1329. to ball, v. n. 

1330. safety-bails. 

1331. Ballast, s. 

1332. Imllust-lmsU.-l 

1333. boatful of ballast . 

1331. to bury the casks in the 
ballast, C. 

1335. to go on, return in ballast. 

1336. ballast heaver, dredging 
machine. 

1337. heavy ballast or old bal- 
last. 

1338. in ballast. 

1339. iron ballast, pig ballast. 

1310. ballast-lighter. 

1311. ballast-lighter, dredger. 

1312. moveable or shifting ballast. 

1313. ballast-men. 

1341. ballast-officer or lighter. 

!34i>. ballast-pee. 



balle, boulet; pelote. 
chapelet de balles. 



passe-balle, passe-boulet, balle de 

calibre, 
cartouche a balles. 

balle pour arme a feu portative. 

colonne a munitions. 

mandrin pour cartonches a armes 

portatives. 
balle de fer, balle en fer forge 

(pour la cartouche a balles). 
ebarber les balles, et couper les 

jets, 
tourteau, disque de gayac. 



tire-balle. 

balle (de plomb} comprimee. 

buttee a boules. 

globe d'e'prouvetle. 

balle a feu ou incendiaire carcasse, 

globe de feu. 
passe-balle. 
boule d'amortissement. 

boulet creux. 

balle de fer, fer affine ou pudle. 

gland. 

ramandot. 

a 1'epreuve de balles. 
jet de balle. 

boule de signaux. 
gobilles. 



paquet ou peloton de bitord. 
poire, peson, masse, boulon, ro- 

maine. 

soupape spherique. 
s'arrondir, se former en boule. 
plaques, rondelles fusibles, globes 

d' explosion. 

leste, quintelage, sable, saore. 
manne a lest, 
barquee de lest, 
engraver les pieces d'arrimage. 

aller, revenir sur son lest, 
machine a creuser, machiner a cu- 
re r (une riviere), 
gros lest, vieux lest. 

lege, sur son lest. 

lest en fer. 

bateau lesleur, chaland a lest, ga- 

barea lest. 
cure-m61e. 
estive, lest volant, 
chargeurs de lest, 
delesteur, lesteur. 

lesf sur gravier. 



fljpo, nyjra; MOTOKI. 

iiy.ii.HHxi. yrjiySJicaifi, 
ifi'Hiiuvi, KOpoatKOH), in. 

(j)OpMT>. 

no KajinCpy nyniKir, 
Tyro Bxo,namaa BT. CXBOJTB pyasia. 
TOBBifi aapajii. CB Kapxeiwo; 6oe- 
BOM naxpom.. 



naxpoHOBi. 

, ,pa AiyiaHia narpoH- 



HHXT> 



IIVJIH. 
JHTHHKH y BHOBB OTJ11TBIX1, 



KpysoKt H3i TBepjaro ^epesa, no- 
MimaeMtiR HHor^a BMtcTO nyjt 
BT> rpoxoxH, wa aepueHia no- 
poxa. 

IlHJKeBHHK'B, Kpefiu,epi., 

Cataxaa CBHHii;oBaa nyjia. 

IUapoo6pa3HHH ynopauft 

UpOfiHOH MOpTHpKH. 

a,npo. 



Hapyataaft, pfoHofi HJIH 

mapi. 
nycToiimoe wpo; a,^po ct nycto- 

TOK) BHyipH. 

JKeafonaa nyja. 

Knoni y cipona. 

Kopa, ofJpasyeMaa nopoxoBoro nu- 

abio na CTtHa 
HenpOHHii;aenuft 



Cnnta.ii.nuii mapi. 

nyja, jwa passie JBTOH ia BI. 

COCTaBHHX'B 



nopoxa 
MOTOKI 
KaHiapi., 



C*epHiecKift 



, pniacKie fiicu. 



BCXaBKH. 

BaJiacxi. 



6ajiacxi. 

6oHKH BT. necianoMi. 6a- 
aacxi. 

soSBpamaxBca ci 



KpyiiHHH, cxaptiS 

Cy^HO, HMiiomee Biiicxo rpysa (5a- 

jiacxx. 

BaaacTt lyryHHBifi. 
Cyjuio, Ha Koxoposn, BOSflxi, 6a- 

jiacxi.. , 



IlepeHOCiiuft 

6aiacxa. 

sa narpysKOio H BU- 

Cajacxa. 
IlecoHHuft Caaacxi IWH HSI. 



Ballast. 



:u 



Band. 



1346. ballast-port. 

1347. ballast-shingle. 

1348. to Ship ballast 
1319. the ballast shifts. 

1350. to take in ballast. 

1351. to trench the baiiawt. 

1352. to ballast, v a. 

1353. to anballast a ship. 

1354. Ballasting. 

1355. Bailing or mill furnace. 



1356. Ballistic, adj 
135". ballistic pendulum. 

1358. Ballistics, s. 

1359. balloon, s. 

1360. fire-balloon. 

1361. Balsas, s. 

1362. Baluster. - 

1363. Balustrade, s. 



1364. 



of i in- breast 



work. 



1365. row of balustrades. 

1366. balustrade at the quarter 
deck and forecastle of a ship. 

1367. Bamboo, s. bambusa arun- 
dinacea), bot. 

1368. Banana-tree Adam's apple, 
Adam's tlg-lree) inusa. bot. 

1369. Band. s. 



1370. axletree or coupling baud. 

1371. cheek-band of a gun car- 
riage, art. 

1372. band-masler. 



1373. palissade band or riband. 

1374. regimental band. 

1375. Reef-bands. 

1376. rope-band. 

1377. rudder-band. 

1378. sail-band. 

1379. select-band. 

1380. bands or slides of a mus- 
ket, m. o. a. 

1381. Upper band, m. o. a. 



138 -2. Second band or 

1383. center band. m. o. a. 

1384. Lower band, in. o. a. 

1385. Small baud, m. o. a. 
1886. baad spring, m. o. a. 



sabord de charge. 

lest de pierres. 
prendre son lest, 
le lest roule. 
tester, fa ire son lest. 
arrimer le lest. 

tester, balancer, contre-balancer. 
delesler nn navire. 
ensablement, empierrement, lestage. 
fournean a rechaull'er, four de chauf- 
fer ie. 



balistique. 
pendule balistique. 

balislique. 

boule, globe, ballon, grenade. 

ballon d'artiflces, ballon a bonibes, 

a grenades, a cailloux. 
balse on baize. 

balustre. 

balustrade, appui allege on evide, 

rani|X', ccu\er. 
lisse de fronteau. 



travee de baluslres. 

balustrades a la devanlure du gail- 
lard d'arriere et a la marge de 
derriere du gaillard d'avant. 

bam bou. 

bananier. 

bande. bandage, lien, cercle, cor- 
don, attache, barre. latte, liga- 
ture, troupe. 

sous bande d'essieu. 

lien d'aflul, llasque d'aflut. 

chef ou muilre de musique. 

Decret sur 1'organisation du per- 
sonnel des equipages de la llolle 
du "> Juln 18o<J, art. 10 et tab- 
leau l. 

lileau. 

musiciens, corps de musique, mu- 
sique. 

bande de ris. 

raban. liens de pieces de cordage. 

lien de gouvernail. 

renfort de voile. 

noyau . 

embouchoir, capucine, anneaux qui 
entourent le canon et le fut. 

embouchoir, capucine d'en haul. 



Grenadiere, boucle du milieu, ca- 
pucine du centre, 
capucine. 

bandelelte. 

ressorl de garniture on a bois. 



6opTl>, 

rpyaKii H 



ajiacT7>. 
Bajiacri, TpoHyjica. 



oajacn.. 
. 6ajiac r i'T,. 

BUrpy;i;aTi, 6a.incT7,. 
ajiacra. 

HarptBa r re.itnafl nent iun narp'l.itn- 
TeJihHtift ropiii, ^.ia narpt.Ba Ma- 
cieft Kpiinu, KJ-CKOBT. a-.ejit.na, ne- 
pe.ii. KMTaniBaHieMT, BI HO.TOCLI 
H up. 



peiiia CIUM 
Ba.iucTHKa 
Illapi., a 
Illapi. n:n, 



IIJOTI ocortaro poja BT, 
lOauioft AMepiiiit.. 
ajocrpa^it, KOJIOHKH nun j-Kjiaine- 
nifi K 



JTonepeinaa cBasb HJIH mna^n. ptn- 
noft KOCKH HJIH KapHiiua, HOTO- 
yKpamaexca CHiicT.,oi;aii'ni- 

noayoaKi, HJIH Km-. 
6ajiflCHHi>. 
K)TOBH,I 



Baiianonoe ;i,epeBo. 



^Ka, iiepeBanifa, cBani,; 

a; OTBOpoTi,, To.ina, mafiRa. 



ra (oi:oiu;a,iioKpUBaioiunfl nep-r- 



nane.ir.- 



.lacjtCTiiaa c'ramina. 
Kanejti.eflcTepi, 



BpycoKi,. n.iaiiKa, peiiKa. 
Xopi. M 



C63CHB. 

n npio'ii.a y 



Crepaiem,, 

Copy in H.III KOJima, ,ny.ii,iu.ia o.ia- 

XH, raftini pyaiefiliofi jioani. 
Bepxnaa HJIH jiyjitnaa fi.iaxa, Bepx- 

iiaa HJIH ^y-ifcHa-i ratiiia, BepxHifi 

oopyni) HJIH KO.IBHO. 
Cpe,iKaa n.iax.^ HJIH rafina na Jioa;f,. 

Ilnainai HJIH KysoBaa fijiaxa IIJIH 

rafiKa Ha pyaieihiOH ^oa;t>. 
ToHKaa MeTajiJiHMecKaa uo.ioci;a. 

HJIH raoHiiaa iipyainiia y;i,ep- 
6.iflxv na .ioa;t,. 



Band. 



Bar, 



1387. band strap of strapped wheel 

works. 

1388. train banrt. 

1389. to band, V. a. 



I, ;:!!(. BandaKc, >. 

(301. liiiiiflaxi' fur gtUl-niOllldS. 

art. 

1392. Bandelet or hatidlet, -. 
Bandoleer. > 



i. Ilumliol s. 
1395. Bang, s. 
i ;>!!;. Banian day, s. 



1397 Banishment, S. 

1398. Bank. 

1399. The buoys are on the edge 
of the banks. 

MOO. Fog-bank. 

HOI. Mud bank. 

1102. bank of oars, bank, of ro- 
wers. 

M03. bank of sand, sand -bank. 
1105. small bank level of the sea. 



MOo. bank or small island of gra- 
vel or mud in a river. 



1106. the bank* have shifted. 

1107. to bank the fires, st. eng.- 

M08. bank the fires! si. eng- 

H09. to double bank an oar 

banka v. boat. 
! 510. Banker, s. 

Mil. Banner, s. 

Ml 2. Bar, s. 

1113. bars of the ash-pit, 'si. eng. 

Axlelree-bar, V. axletree. 
MM. bar or blistered steel, steel 

of cementation. 
Ml'>. boring-bur. 



Mlti. bottom-bar or slat. 

1117. bundle of bar*. 

1118. Capstan-bar or bar of the 
crab. 



courroie. 



milice. 

bander, serrer avec tine bande se 

liguer, se bander, ou se soule- 

ver centre. 

bandage, bandeau, collier, 
cage, coiuvon. 



bandelelte. lenie, (ilel. 
bandouliere, porte-giberne, fourni- 

ment. 

banderole, jalon. 
coup, coup de massue. 
jour maigre. 



deportation. 

bane de sable, bane de rameur. 

Les bouees son I a 1'accore des banes. 

un epais brouillard qui para it a 

1'horizon comme un nuage. 
bane de vase, 
bane de rameurs. 

bane de sable, 
platin. 



javeau. 



Les banes out change de place, 
jwusser les feux an fond. 

pousse les feux au fond! 



faire rainer deux homines a une 
rame. 

banquier. terre nenvier. 

banniere, bandiere, etendard, petit 
drapeau, banderole, enseigne, 
gonfanon. fanion, panonceau. 

bar re, barreau, barriere. levii-r. 
epars, verron. 

barreaux de grille, barre. harreau 
dt 1 fo\er. 

acier de cementation, acier cemente 

on ponle. 
lige de foret. ;trbre d'-alesoir. 



epars dc caisson on de fond, 
troussc de rechauflerie. 



Mii.inii.ia. 



PftMCIIt. iii>iir.ii.miiii|if>Mciu.: ii;i | KI HUH 

HJH noaci> y iiaponaro 



; coe.tu- 



jOCa, CB33B, u;ui.l;i ;);!,. 

;i;e.ifonaano.ioca. 



opy^ift. 

ITo.iocKa. 

. iia Koropoft BMCHTI 
HJH cyjia, Oan^ajcpi,. 

IloroHHufi peiweiii. y pyaefr. 



Ilocinufi jieHi (rpH AHH BT> 

ne npousBOjHTca BI nnmy Maca 
na KopaSjit; y naci. ,HBa r nnn). 



Banna, MCJB, pn<J)i; 

uanica; C 
B ii na M-fe 



TycTOH TViMaii'L, npe,T.CTaBjaionuiic 
na ropiisoHit., Kaiii o6jaKO. 



aHKH na rpeoHUX'i. 



naHa/i f5ani;a. 
Ma^aa ocyranaa oanna, oTMC.?b. 
Hii3Meiuiaa nacrh 6epera 
ro, o6iiapyn;nnaioinaaca BO 



oanKa ; onewu, Kpyr.iua 
KyiKii no pycjiy ptKii; 
i pyi<f>'f. on. MHca na cpc- 
ptrni; wtteupx, Rauennaa 
6am;a nocpcjui pti;n (Cn(5Hpi>); 
nepemmbi (na Bo.irt). 
MejH H3iit.HH.iKci>. ($apsaTppi H3- 

Mf>HIIJCa.) 

Oro^BKHyrb onm BI, r.iy6nny xon- 
Kii, aacunaa HXT> itoaoio 11 ocia- 
naiuHBafl Tary Boiiyxa. 

Orrpeon JTOJIB nasa^i. OcjiaGh orus! 
oacbiiiaTb ormi! (T. e. OTOIBH- 
HVTI, ifr> r.iyoiiHy TOHKH). 

J'pPeTli ^BVM1> IP-lOBllKaMl (.i.THMM'f. 
BeC.IO.MT,. 

r>:-Hi!ep'i>. puoo.iuBnoe cy.iHO y Hwo- 

(|ioyn,i.[;uiAa. 
1'a.iepiiUH (fu 



.iKOHo.up; ;Keal>;ina.i H.IH 
Tio.'ioca, 

Ko.KM'iniKH. 



H.IU Toii.ienaa c'iaji.. 



cTPoe.li., 

opyci ; iiarpoin, cBO.p.iii.ii.Har(> 

craiiita . 

Hiia;nie noirppe'iiiHKii ni> aiiuiKaxT,. 
(,'i!fl:?i;n neMen'roiiaiiHofi PT.I.IH AJa 

nepe.l'h.iKH in, .lyuiiiyio rra.ii.. 
rairmiivn,. BuM 



Bar. 



36 



Bare. 



1419. capstan-bar-holes. 

1420. to cast in bar. 
1121. cross bar. 



1422. cross-bur of a gin, art. 

1423. cross-bar or gutter ledge of 
a hatchway. 

1424. crow-bar. 

1425. flat iron bar, flat bar iron. 

1426. bar of a fly press. 

1427. furnace-bar or lever topping 
bar. 



1428. gate-bar. 

1429. hatch-bam, bars to Ihe 
hatches or scuttles. 

1430. bar of a haven, a bank be 
. fore of a harbour. 

1431. bar-iron. 

1432. mill-bar. 

1433. burs of the ports, si. eng. 

1434. bar-pump. 

1435. press-bar or lewer. 

1436. bar of a shell-bearer, art. 

1437. shifting-bar. 

1438. short, thick iron bar. 

1439. bar-shot, art. 



1440. small brass stamping bar. 

1441. splinter-bar. 

lii-2. bar-surface. 

1443. swing splinter-bar. 

1444. turning bar with spikes. 
1145. Windlass-barn. 

1446. Bar v. a. 



Baratry v. barratry. 
1447. Barbncan or barbican. 



1418. Barbadoes-iar, mineral-tar, 
piss-asphaltum. 

1449. Barbette, s. 

1450. to fire over bank or bar- 
bette, art. 

1451. guns mounted en barbette. 

1452. barbette-battery, art. 

1453. corvette with barbette-bat- 
tery. 

Barca-longa v. bark. 

1454. Barce or berche, s. art. 

1455. Bare, s. 
1456 Bare, adj. 



amolettes. 

jeter en rayons. 

traverse, entreloise, lisoir, renforl. 



epars de chevre. 

traversin d'^coutille. 
pince; pied de chevre. 
fer me'plat, meplat. 



verge, balancier (d'un balancier a 

vis). 
ringard, croard, pe>ier, lache-fer. 



fteau. 

barres d'ecoutilles. 

barre d'un port, amas de sable ou 
de rochers a 1'entree d'un port, 
fer en barres. 
fer affine ou pudle. 
bandes du tiroir. 
Pompe pour futailles. 
taranche. 
traverse du crochet. 

traverse mobile. 

souchon. 

boulet ram6, ange. 



petit refouloir. 

voice fixe ou de derriere. 

surface de grille. 

voice mobile de derriere. 

herisson. 

barres de vindes. 

barrer , baeler, boucher, fermer, 
enfermer, annuler, rayer, biffer 
abolir, empecher, interdire. 

barbacnne, echangelte, beffroi, 
avanl-mur, canonniere, meur- 
triere. 

Goudron mineral, pis asphalte. 

barbette. 

tirer a barbette. 

canons en barbette, 
batterie a barbette, 
corvette a batterie barbette. 



barce, berche, barcel. 

matrice. 

nu, decouvert, ras, us, destitue. 



rnts^a BT> 

,1-1 a BH.MUOIK)]; 1 !.. 

JHTB nojiocaMH. 

IIonepeMHaa nepeK-iajHiia, nepeBo- 

flima; iioiiepeMHbifl Cpycom,; pac- 

iiopxa. 
O^na H3 f b Tpexi. pacnopOKi>, coe- 

AHHflX>ia,nX'I> CTofiKlI apTHJIJiepifi- 

cKofi iio r TbeMHofi Mainium. 
Bpyci no cpej,Hnt 6ojn>inaro 



ci> npo6oeMi y ap- 
THJJiepiftcKoft uo,i r i.eMHoft MamiiHM . 
DjiocKift Tonopi cfc KOPOTKHMI TO- 
& ropH30HTa.ii,Ho& 
. KojocHoe 



Koiepra; a?ejt3Hufi npyrt ^ja IIP- 
peBopaMHBania BI ropnaxi yraa; 
seatsHbifi KPIOKI ^ja OT;$jieHi;i 
OTI pacnjiaBjeHHaro Meiajjia nuia- 
KOBI.; sejt3HHfi JOM^, KoiopUM^, 
W BunycKa Meiajua, npo6n- 

BaK)TT> BKtliyCKHOe OKHO Bl 

H11.II,IIH\'!. H.IH 



aanopu. 

Bap^ npn Bxo;vt BI raBaiiB HJH 

pfey. 
IlojrocoBoe 



oac-iOHKH 3a,iBiiaHaro 
Iloiina a-ia 6oneKT>. 
BIIHTT., mypyin. y upecca. 

na KOTOpoMi BHCIITI 
HOCKH 6oii(5i. 



nojocoiiaro ai 

oiiufi KHHne.uo (,TBa 
a , coe,T,HnennHa 

HCMl). 



3a,ina H.IH ouHKHOBcimaa Bara, iie- 
no^TiHHiiiaa Bara. 

ITjlOlHaab ptlllCTKIl. 

'Aaa.ii an no,HBna;Haa nara. 
Bpaiuaioinaaoa poraxita. 
BuMCcBKu, rairj,nniyni y fipaimin.ia. 
3annpuTi>, n 



Tii ipesi 6aMici.. 

Opy r T,is, iiocTaB.ienima na Oapoeri. 
Batapea ci. OapoeTaiin. 

,, HMtiomiH opy,i,ia na sepx- 
ncft najyCf.. 



Jl,peBnaa 
Mama. 



nyraKa. 



cnacTii. 



Bare. 



37 



Barratry. 



1457. under bare polee. 

li:;,S. bare, v. a. 
1139. Barge, S. 



lino. Admiral's im--. 
litil. Captain's barge. 
1462 barge course (tiling Vihich 

projects at the gable end of a 

building). 

1463. flat-bottomed barge. 
146 i> barge-full. 
1165. Japanese barge or 40 oared 
galley. 

1466. barge-man. 

1467. barge-master. 

1468 Barium, ban Hum. Da G8. 

67. ($58, 4). 
1469. Bark, s. 



1470. armed bark. 

1 171. inner bark of the lime tree 

1472. large bark (Alexandria). 

1473. long bark. 



1474 small bark. 
1475. Peruvian bark. 



1476. Uater bark. 

1477. Barked, adj. 

1478. Barking axe. 

1479. Burling (upper deck-beam), 
s. 

1480. Barnacle, s. 

1'iS'l. Barometer, s. 

1482. aneroid barometer. 

1483. barometer with moveablc 
cistern. 

1484. barometer \vilh (ixed ci- 
stern. 

1485. open cistern barometer. 
H8(i. barometer or vacuum gauge 

with pipes, cistern and covers. 



1487. barometer-glass. 

1488. portable barometer. 

1489. wheel barometer. 

1490. Baromctrogruph, S. * 

1491. Barrack, barracks, s. 

1492. Barratry, s. C. 

(Lees Laws of shipping and in- 
surance P. II, 21.) 



a mats et a cordes, a sec. 



depiler, decouvrir, depouiller, pri- 
ver, mettre a nu. 

barge, barque, bateau, canot de 
parade, chalan ou chaland, al- 
lege, bailment ras, londre. 



canot d'amiral. 

canot de commandant. 

saillie, comble saillant. 



foncet, gabare plate. 

navee. 

coubais. 

ba'elier, marinier. 
patron de la barge, 
baryum. 

barque, galiote, embarcation, ba- 
teau; ecorce. 



barque armee. 

tille. 
germe . 

barque longue. 



barcasse, barquerole. 
ecorce peruvienne, quinine. 



navires ponies, employes aux Pays- 
Bas, pour le transport d'eau frai- 
che. 

pelard. 

fiache-ecorce. 

Carrot. 

ravan, sapinetle. 

aaromelre. 
larometre aneroide. 
barometre a cuvette mobile. 

baroir.e're a cuvette fixe. 

oaronic^re a siphon ouvert. 

jarometre, ou jauge du vide avec 
complement des tuyaux, 'cuvettes 
el couvercles, barometre de con- 
denseur. 

verrine. 

barometre portatif. 

)arometre a cadran. 

jarome'.rographe. 

caserne. 

)aratlerie. 

(Decret-loi disciplinaire ct penal 
pour la marine marchande du 24 



Cyjiio, luymee HOJI OAHHMH CHE- 

CTflMH, KT, IHTOpMi; Bl OAHt CHa- 
CTB (OC37. 



Bapwa ii.iii Capsi. Karepti, ma 
jiuii^a H.IH mjiioiiita. Cy^no ;w 
iiepeBoaa TocapOBi. B'b piiKaxi 
OTI> Mtcra jo Mtcra, A.I a no 
H BurpyaKH 



KaiimaucKifi narept. 
BwcTyni,. 



rpj'3T> 
HuoircKoe ptinoe cyjno 



Bftpiff. 

Bapin. (o r T f b ciiM'i, 
pasyM-BioTi. jiopexo^Hbia cy,ia o 
3 Maniaxi CT. FO.IOIO aa^iieR) >ia- 
HTOIO) ; Kopa; 

Boopy/Keirnaa 6apKa, CT, nocaaten- 
na iieR cojiAaraMn; yno- 

,nja araiiH ra.iepT>. 
Kopa. 
Bo.ibmaa Capna, ynotpeiwiaeiiafl BI 

A.ieKcaii,ipin. 
Majeni,Koe (lesiia 
n i;na;e 
cnepe,i,H ocrponocoe. 



XHHHHT,. BT> TponniecitnxT> cipa- 
nax'i, aRnificKHU'B MaipocaHi, OT- 

iipaBJiaioiUHMca iiii ueperi., BU- 
jaeTca oiicb BHiia CT. XHHOK) (Ile- 



3o,T,oHajiiiBHKie iia.iy6ni.ie COTM, yno- 
Tpe6.iae.MHe BI> 

P6B03RII CBtniefi BO,1,1.I. 



lljiaxxa. 



npucTaioin'fl KT. 
HOK ^acTii cy r THa. 
bapoMeipi. 

VnepoH,vf>. 

japOMCTp'f, MOpCKOfi. 

nopjia.ibHufi. 



yoKa 6apojie'rpa. 
ipo;i;iiuri Oapoiieipi . 

T. ci, uH(J)epo.iaTOMTj. 



)(5Man'i, inn MHHHeHnulS 



Kopaoe.ibiiuiKOMT. HJII Jlpyni 
paoejbiiHMH c.iy;KiiTe.iaMn (Cs. 



Barrel. 



38 



1493. Barrel, s. 



1494. bell muzzled barrel in. <>. a. 

1495. barrel or bolt loop, m. 0. a. 



1496. to bore a barrel, m. 0. a. 

1497. to fine bore a barrel, bore 
for shooting, m. o. a. 

1498. barrel-breecher, m . o. ;v. 

1499. bottom-piece of a barrel. 

1500. budge-barrel, art. 



1301. barrel-bulk = 5 feet. 

(8 barrel-bulks = 1 ton). C. 

1502. barrel of a capstan. 

1503. chimb-hoop Of a barrel. 

1504. circular crack or flaw in a 
barrel or in a sword blade, 
m. o. a. 

1505. damascened barrel, m. o. a. 

1506. double barrel, m. o. a. 

1507. drum barrel. 

1508. barrel-filer, m. 0. a. 

1509. fire-barrel, art. 



1510. barrel-forger, m. o. it. 
loll, glazing barrel, art. 

1512. lo grind a barrel, m. o. a. 

1513. barrel-grinder, m. o. a. 

1514. gun-barrel gauge. 

1515. incorporating or mixing bar- 
rel for the ingredienls of pow- 
der, art. 

1516. to jump a gun-barrel in 



welding, m. o. a. 



1517. large barrel, nrl. 

1518. barrel of a musket, art. 

1519. a) the sides. 

1520. b] the squares, 

1521. (he Hats. 

1522. c) the bore, size uf bore. 

1523. d) the touch-hole. 

1524. e) the Hal. 

1525. f) the nipple (of percussion 
firelocks, called pillar by work- 
men). 

1526. g) the lump, nipple-seal. 

1427. h) the breech-end, stoui- 
end. 

1528. i) the breech pin, plug. 

1529. k) the fore end. 

1530. 1) the muzzle. 



Mars 1852 art. 89 et 92. Code 

de Commerce Liv. 11, litre 4, 

art, '236, 237.) 
baril, petit tonneau, bolle tambour; 

rouleau; canon, boisseau de ro- 

binet; arbre de (reuil. 
canon elargi a la boudie. 
tenon du canon. 



forer un canon. 

donner a un canon de fusil son 

calibre exact, 
enculasseur des armes porlalives, 

garnisseur. 
fonds, enfoncjires. 
baril h bourse. 



Mesurc de capacitc, qui cquivaut 
a cinq pieds cubiques, 8 de ces 
mesures font un tonneau. 

mcche, fusee. 

dernier cerceau d'un baril. 

travcrs. 



canon damasse. 

double canon, canon a deux coups. 

flit de caisse. 

limeur. 

baril ardent ou foudroyanl heris- 
son. 



canonnier, forgeur de canons. 
lissoir. 

emoudre un canon. 

cinouleur. 

compas d'epaisscur. 



melangeoir de poudre. 
estoquer le canon. 



barique, tonneau. 

canon du fusil. 

parois. 

pans exlerieurs. 

calibre. 

lumiere. 

pan de lumicre. 

cheminee, piston qui remplace la 
lumiere el sur laquelle s'opcre 
le choc pour faire dctoner la 
capsule. 

masselotte, loupe. 

tonnerre du canon. 

culasse de fusil, 
devant du canon, 
bouche. 



Ban. 1857 r. T. XI Ycraua Top- 

lOBaro Kn. Ill Pa3 r T. II CT. 915 

970.) 

AHKepOKi,, 6oii;a JSUUOH BC-UIMHUM; 
inumupi,; (cxBO-iii); (KopoCua upa- 

na); Ba.n>, Bopon. 
CTBOJI pacranpaioinificfl.Ki KOHuy. 

CK060HK3 HJIH yillKO y llf.KOTOpUX'J. 

CTBOJOBI pyinaro oniecTpiuLiiaro 
opysia #ja yKpiiuenifl iixt BI. 



CTBOJT> 

BumycTOBaTt. npiisecTi. 
CTBO.TB KI, nacToamift Ka.in6p r i.. 

CTB0.100T r T,f,JIBIUUK'I.. 

J(no 6oiKM. 

KaiiiapMyci, KoajaHHft }itinoK7> HJIH 
pymnxi i-pa- 



Mtpa 

maaca 5 ny6. (^yrajn,; BOceMt ra- 

i;OBHXT> Jltpl) COCTaBJflHITl TOHIiy'. 

Bape.ib y innina. 
Kpafinift oopyji. (JOMKII. 
Kociia TpciHHHU Bi> pynteftHOMi) CTBO- 
jit, IUH Ha ca6e.ibHOMTE. K.IHHK-E. 

r lT,asiaccKift 



CTBOJIH 



, iia.- 

irojHemiaa roproMiiMH Bein,ocTiiaMi!, 
(yiioTpe6jiaeTC(i ji,.ia iiaiiecenia Bpe- 
/Ta mxypMyioinHMii, jt.ia cnapna;e- 
in'a 6paH,T.epoBT> n npo'i.). 



H.III no.inpOB{utHaa 
i;a r i;.ia no.inpoiiKH nopoxa. 
TOHHTI. CTBO.II,. 



c.iya;aiu" 

peiiia To.iiuniibi crfcin, pyiK 
CTBOJIOBT, . 

Mtmajibiiaa Coina (^Jia cirLntiiBajtia 
nopoxoBaro cocTaua) . 

OcajjHTi, CTp.ojj'i, iipn sanaprf; ero: 
y^apaTi> Koime>n> cTBOja o Hai;o- 
Ba.u.Hio, uepeji,!. ero oaBapKOio. 

Ikubinaa uo^ra. 

CiBOjn, py;i;bfl. 

Cl'tllU ClBO.lIl. 

I'paini na HoiiepxHocTii naaeiinou 
Hacra. 

pyaaa. 



), iuoiu,aji,];a 



nojctepanHKi, oarpa- 

DOHIIblU BHHT'L. 

KarseHiiaa iacib, uaana. 



^a H.IH r nyatnaa 
'/Kep.io, 



Barrel. 



Hand-harrow. 



1531. m) the muzzle siirht, front 
sight. 

1532. n) the bayonet slud. 

1533. ouler-imrrcl or case, arl. 



1534. to pack in barrel*, arl. 
1335. packing in barrels, art. 

1536. barrel of a piece of ord 
nance, art. 

1537. to pile, or stock barrels. 

1338. barrel-plane, m. 0. a. 
1539. Barrel-plug, standard-plug, 

cylinder, m. o. a. 
1510. powder-barrel. 
lull, pump-barrel. 

1542. barrei-ribber, m. o. a. 



1543. rifled barrel, m. o. a. 

1514. barrel roof. 

1543. seam of a gun barrel, m.O. a. 

1546. to set a gun barrel m. 0. a. 

134". barrel-setter, m. o. a. 

1548. setting-barrels, m. o. a. 



1549. skelp, rod or riband for a 
twisted barrel. 

1550. smooth or plain barrel. 
1531. barrel stave. 

1352. barrel of the steering wheel, 

1533. substance or thickness of 

a gun-barrel, m. 0. a. 
1554. tar-barrel. 
1355. twisted barrel, m. o. a. 



barrel- welder V. barrel-forger. 
1536. Barrel, v. a. C. 



1337. Barreling, s. 

1338. Barren, s, 
1539. Barricade, s. 



13CO. barricade, v. a. 

1361. to barricade a ship. 

1362. Barrier, s. 

1563. Barrister, s. C- 

1564. Barrow, s. 

1565. hand-barrow. 



guidon. 

tenon pour retenir la baionnellc 

sur 1'arine. 
chape. 



embariller. 

embarillage. 

canon. 

erigerber Us barils. 

rabot a canon. 

cylindre verificateur, dez, de. 

baril a poudre. 

corps de pompe, boissean de ro- 

binet, arbre de treuil. 
garnisseur, enculasseur. 



canon rave ou carabine. 

toil ou voute cylindrique. 

pli. 

dresser un canon, 

dresseur. 

dressage de canons. 



ruban, lame. 

canon lisse. 
douve ou douelle. 

tambour, cylindre, marbiv de la 

roue du gouvernail. 
epaisseur dcs parois. 

gonne. 

canon a ruban ou tordu. 



encaquer, embariller, enfutailler, 
entonner; mcltrc en caque ou 
en baril. 

embarillage. 

cage a poules. 

barricade; batayolcs pour le bastin- 
gage; eslacade. 

barricader, fermer par les barri- 
cades. 

pavoiser, bastinguer un vaisseau, 
se bastinguer. 

barriere, barricade, passage. 

a vocal. 

sorte de petite voiture que 1'ou 
mcne a bras ou a la main, 
b roue He. 

bar, civicre, brancard, bayard. 



Myiinia. 

Uh'HKOBUfi 



IIapy;i;Hi,iM Goienoin,, BT> Koiopuii, 
BT, nl.KOTopux'i, rocy^apcTBaxx, 
saKjiKHatOT'i, 6oienoKT> ct, iiopo- 
XOMT>, ^,JH jyimaro c6epea;eHia 
cero noc.itAHfli'o. 

nopox7> BT. COHKH IUH 



Ilacuuaaie nopoxa BT> COHKH BJIH 

SoneiiKH 
Tfuo opy^ia (nyuiKii). 



H.III yKJiaji;HBaTb 
u 6oiem;n. 

ci;o6e.u. 

Tia.in6epnuu ujunH^pt, jja noB'hp- 
KII i;a.in6pa CTBOJOBT>. 



Kopiiyci) 



i,; opyatefiHHKT., oft- 
CTBO.IT. BI> Haciofl- 
npocBep;iHBaK)iiriH 
At.iHBaJomift iia in- 
CTO jiyjio H np. 
CTBO.. 

Kpuma 



ii.iii npaBUTi) pya:efi- 

Htlft CTB0.1T>. 

IlpaB.ii>iu,Hi"i>; opyxeuHHKTi 

JflKIHiH CTB0.1M. 

Bunpajueine py;ueuHaro 
npn r i;aiiie py;ueftHOMy 
.Te/Kameii npuMHSHLi, rjia^nocra n 
TOHHOCTH Bt pasnipaxi,. 
n.iaciHHKa. 



CTBO.T7,. 

II.TH uonapnaa jocKa HJIH 



ciBOJia, minima 



opy^ia. 



BHTOH CTBO.TI., cociaB-ieHnuft nai. 
cBapennuxi, 



VK.ia,TbInaTB BT. 



, saropojtKa, OOIITJ; C'BTKH 
na iniiaiiuaxT,, BT> KOTOpua lua- 
sy-T7> cjyaaixe.ifcCKia KOHKII. 
uaropo,T,iiTb, 



IIO.IO/KHTI, KOHKII BT, ciiTKH; 

ooop,^a;i;HyK) 
, 6api>ep7>. 

CTpansifl K 
Te.it;Ki;a, 



HOCIUKH. 



Barrow-man. 



40 



Basket. 



1566. barrow-man. 

1567. wheel-barrow. 
1508. Barter, s. C. 

1569. Barter, V. a. C. 

1510. Barymetry, S. 
1371. Base, s. 



1572. base, adj. 

1573. Acidifiable base Chim. 

1574. base coin. C. 

1575. base of a column. 

1576. base-line of a work. 



base-plate V. solc-plale. 

1577. base-ring of a gun arl. 

1578. base of a rockel-mould art. 

1579. Salifiable base, Chim. 

1580. base of verification (in sur- 
veying). 

1581. to base upon, to be based 
upon. 

1582. Basement. 

1583. Basils, edge to which an 
iron tool is ground. 

1584. Basil, v. a. 

1585. Basilisk, s. art. 



1586. Basin, S. 

1587. basin of a balance. 

1588. basin of a barometer. 

1589. basin of a dock. 

1590. basin of a port. 

1591. basin for mallen metal. 

1592. Basis, s. 

1593. Basket, s. 

1594. basket-anchor. 

1595. ballast-basket. 

1596. basket of a capital. 

1597. Coal-basket, containing 3f 
pounds. 

1398. fish-basket. 

1599. basket-hilt, in. 0. a. 

1GOO. bars of a basket-hilt, in. o. a 

1C01. large basket. 
1C02. long basket. 

1603. miner's basket. 

1604. small basket. 

1605. basket and stones (put to 
gether into a stone mortar) 
art. 

1606. basket or wicker work. 

1607. bass, s. V. bast. 



ouleur, broucltier. 
bronette. 
echange de marchandises, Iroc, 

change, echange. 
echanger, changer, tro'quer don- 

ner ou prendre en Iroc. 
)arymetrie. 
)ase, ligne de base, fondement, 

socle, couche, patin, sernelle, jam- 

bette, embasement, empatement, 

soubassement. 
)as. 

jase acidifiable. 

argent bas, monnaie de bas aloi. 
piedestal. 

igne de feu d'une batterie, crete 
interieure du parapet. 



plate-bande de culasse. 

culot de moule d'une fusee, socle 

de moule. 
base salifiable. 
base de verification, 

baser, se baser. 

base, fondement, couche, soubas- 
sement. 
biseau. 

tailler en biseau. 
basilic. 



bassin; cuvette, etang; forme, ca- 
lm, echeneau. 
bassin, plateau. 

niveau d'un baromelre. 

bassin. 

bassin, paradis, chambre d'un 

port, darsine, darse, darce, dar- 

cine. 
catin, casse. 



base, fut, chapiteau, fondement, 
ligne magistrate, point d'appui. 

panier, corbeille. 

panier d'ancrage pour remplacer 
ies ancres. 

manne a lest. 

vase, corbeille. 

verse . 

clouiere. 

garde d'epde, panier, pas d'ano. 

branches lalerales. 

manne on banse. 

panneton. 

bourriquet, corbeille, panier a 

terre. 
corbillon. 
panier rcmpli de pierres, pu'' 

pierrier, panier a pierrier. 

clayonnage. 
natte. 



Ioil,e MWUHK'J>, 

TaiKa-flBVKOJiecnaa pyiuaa reiiaiKa. 
sna TOBapOBi , iiina, 

TOpl'OB,ia. 
IpOMtHHBaTb, 



TaaiecTH. 
OcnoBaHie , 6a3a, Gaanci; CJioft, 



ocnoBairie. 



, ociiOBauie KOJIOHHU. 
orna, fioesaa jinnia CaTia- 
pen; BnyTpenHHift rpedem. 6py- 
CTBepa. 



Topejit, 

lIO r WOH1> 



noaci. 



Cojianoe ocnoBanie. 
6asHci. 



na . 



; ocnoBUBatL- 



ca, 6pati> 
OcHOB'aHie. 



Fpaiib, Ma.iKa, CKOCI, 

Kpafi. 

naKOct. BT. 
BacHJiHcui: CTapHHHa 

48 ^yniOBaa nymna (BicoMt BI 

7200 (JiyHTOBi). 
Bacceftm.; KOBHIT,; AOKI.; pesepfiy- 



Btcosaa aocna (y 6oji>raHXT> Bf>coBi), 
nf.coitaa nama. 

6apoMCTpa. 
npn ^oKt; M 



nepe,i;'i. OHKOMT. 
BI> i;oTopuii 
pacHjiaBJiennufi 
OcHOBanie, 6a3a, 



iuoTeiii;a. 
Kopsana CT> Taatecxiio, 



6ajiacra, 

KOJOHHH. 

Kopanna ,i.ia yrjia, co^epatamaa 36 



rB03AH.lI.Ha. 

a iya;Ka HJIH ciopoa:ei;t 
iinia;i;iiaro HJH cafiejibHaro e<{)eca. 
iiepesneft nyiKKs. cafieimaro 
e*eca. 
Bo-itmaa 
JI,jiiniiaa Kopa 
Kopsuiia ^Jia noii.CMa itaMnefi, 3en- 
.IH H up. 



Kopsnna ,pa Kapie'in, 
noft H3i> KaMHefi, jua fipocania 



;a ; poro;na. 



Bastard. 



Baltt'iis. 



1008. 


Bastard, s. (g 


uu) art. 


balarde, 


re buffo. 


(.'rapiiHiia.1 S 
Hi. 19ou (ji 


I-yiiT. 



Bastard-file. 
Wn*<. s. 

Basilic, S. 

Bastinado, bastinado, 
hasting. 



1610. 

1611. 

1612. 



161-!. ancient bastion or block- 

house. 
JOl.'i. angle of UK' bastion. flan- 

ked angle, salient angle. 
KilO. capital of a bastion. 
101"?. cavalier of a bastion. 
1618. centre of the bastion. 
161'J. composed bastion. 

1620. counter-scarp of a bastion. 

1621. counlerguard, cover face of 

a bastion. 

1622. curtain of a bastion. 

1623. demi-bastion. 

1624. detached bastion. 

1623. empty space or hollow of a 
bastion. 

1026. the Hanks of a bastion. 

1027. full bastion, solid bastion. 
1628. the gorge of a bnsiion. 
1(129. the angles of the Hank of a 

bastion. 

1630. flat bastion. 
7631. irregular bastion. 

1632. lines of defense of a bastion. 

1633. lower face of a bastion. 

1631. small bastion in the midd- 
le of the curtain. 

1635. the pasdesourisof a bastion. 

1636. the ravelin, demi lune of a. 
bastion, 

1637. retrenched bastion . 

1638. bastion-system or bastio- 
nary system of "fortification. 

1630. the tenaille oi a bastion. 
1650. tovver-bastlon. 
1641. Bastionary or bastioiicd 
front of fortification. 

1612. bastiotiary oil I line, bas- 
tioncd trace. 

1613. hastloncd lines. 
1011. Bat, s. 

1613. Batardeau, s. 



1610. foundation frame of a ba- 

tardeau. 

11)17. Batch, s. 

1618. Batcmeiit, s 

161!). Bathometer, s. 

1050. Baton, s. 

1651. Battailcd. adj. 

1652. Battalion, s. 

1653. flatten, s. 



1654 Batten*. 



balarde, lime balarde. 
conic, d'ecorce de lillcul. 



iiyuiiiii 

I Iljociiiii muyi;pyivii.iii iranii.ioin,. 
Kaiian, c.vb-iaHiiuH 

KOpbl. 

bastille. lleoo.ii,ma;i KpiiiucT!, 

baslonnade, coup de ba'on, falac-| UacTomwa, iiaiwianie uajucauii no 

que. 
bastion 
bastide. 

(ojoitraysi.). 
yixi.ii. odopoHM. 



angle saillanl ou llanque. 

ca pi tale. 

cavalier. 

milieu de lu gorge 

bastion mixte ou compose. 

conlrescarpe. 

conlregarde. 



courtine. 

demi-baslion. 

bastion detache. 

vide, creux. bastion vide, bastion 

creuv. 
flancs. 

bastion plcin. 
gorge, 
angle tie llanc. angle de courtine. 

bastion plat. 

bastion deformc, ii'regulier. 

ligues de defense. 

place basse. 

moineau. 

escalier. 

ravelin, demi-lune. 

bastion retranchc. 
system e bastionne. 

tenaille. 

tour bastionnee. 

front basliojinc. 

(race de renceinle baslionnce, I ra- 
ce bastionne. 
ligues baslionnees. 
schist e. 
batai'deau. 



radier. 
fournee. 



1\ ami i a.u. oacrio ua. 
Kana.u>ep'r>. 



H Cacxioi'n.. 



balon, gourdin; livnie. 

crenelc, orno de creneaux. 

batailloh. 

iatie, listeau, regie de l)ois. clian- 
latte, volige, chevron, tringle, 
lasseau, patle. bal'.anf, grain 
d'orge. 

badillons. la lies a gabaril. 



Kypriiiia. 
Ilo.iy-6acTioin>. 
OrjdufcRllt (iac'rioin.. 
-Hvcioft 



<]>.uun 

Hacuiniofi 6acTioin>. 

]'op;i;a yKptiuesiia 

yroji'i., 



VI'OJL. 



n.iocidvi 
Jleiipaniubnuii 6acrioin>. 
05poiinTe.ii.HaH jnnia 6acriona. 
IIoHn;i;emibrii ({taci 

oacrioin., ini3KoR 
cpc.Tiiirh ^.111111101"! 
oaciiona. . 
PaBOJimn. . 

l'e r rpaniiiajiein"L. 
EacTioaiiaa 



TeHa.it. 



Tpaciipouisa n.iii 
.leiuft. 



. 

U.IOTHIia Hi. Kpt,IIOCTIIOM'I> 

nepeiiHiKa. 

Ociiomia/'i pasia Caronopia. 



uo x.rLoa 
in. iie'ii.. 

YOMJI,, ymejiur,; yrapi 
r>aT03iCTpi., 



ILui;u; iKra.ri,. 



H3- 



.it>3Hax Toimaa H .i.immaa 



1'eiiim upaouBaesiUfl (tmaoopy; ran- 

n;e ua n.i;un, .;;.ia iioBf.piiii paa- 
OIIBKH c'rowmarocfir^na, .iena.n.. 



Battens. 



42 



Battery. 



1655. bat tent* of a decked top. 

1656. battens of (he hatches, 
battens of a tarpawling. 



1657. Grating-batten*. 

1658. to nail the battenm of a tar- 
pawling. 

1659. batten or riband of o tra- 
versing platform, art. 



1660. strong batten nailed at the 
foot of a prop or stanchion Sb. 

1661. Tracing batten*. 

1662. Batten, v. a. 

1663. batten the hatches. 

1664. batten down the hatches. 

1665. Batter, s. 

1666. batter level. 

1667. Batter, v. a. 



1668. 10 batter down. 

1669. Battered, part, and adj. 

1670. battereil ship 

1671. Battering, s. and part. 

1672. battering, ram. 

1673. Battery, s. 

Parts of a battery! 

1674. the breast work, parape! i 
epaulement. 

1675- the embrasures. 
167(5 the solid. 

1677. tho merlon. 

1678. the platform . 

1679. to arm, man a battery. 
V. arm. 

1680. barbet-bnttery, arl. 

1681. breaching battery, art. 

1682. blinded battery, art. 

1683. casemated battery, art. 

1684. cavalier battery, art. 

1685. direct-battery, art. 

1686. enflladirg battery, art. 

1687. fixed battery, art. 



1688. floating baitcry, ari. 

1689. inclined battery, art. 

1690. indented battery, art. 



1691. levelled battery, art. 

1692. masked battery, art. 

1693. oblique battery, art. 



taquets de hune. 

lattes on corclesde tonneaux clones 
sur les bords des prelarts, qui 
recouvrenl les panneaux des 
ccoutilles, pour les former hcr- 
metiquemeut, durant une tem- 
pete; lattes de caillebotis. 

laltes de caillebotis. 

clouer les latles des prelarts. 
tringle de chassis d'aflVit de place. 



saucier. 



lattes clouees aux baux, pour y 
suspendre les ha macs. 

latter, garnir de chevrons, de lat- 
tes, de tringles. 

clouer des prelarts aux surbaux 
au inoyen de latles. 

fermer les ecoutilles. 

pente, surplomb, talus. 

clinometre. 

frapper, ballre, e'crrser. abattre, 
renverser, ball re a coup.; de ca- 
non, canonner; labourer; taluter, 
bomber, surplomber, metlro en 
talus. 

abattre. 

battu. frappc, delabre, brief" , de- 
fonce, ruinc. 

vaisseeu incommode. 

canonnade. 

belier. 

batter ie. 

parties d'un batterie: 
epaulemenl. 

embrasures. 
: coffre. 
! merlon. 

plate-forme. 

armer, dresser une batterie. 

' batterie a barbette. 
i batlerie de breche. 

batterie blindee. 

batterie, casema'ee. 

balterie elevee. 

batterie directe. 

batlerie d'enfilade. 

balterie de place, de forleresse, 
batterie permanenie. 

batterie floltanle. 

batterie en lerrr.ssr. 
hallerie en cremailliere, ballerie 
en redans ou a redans. 

batterie de niveau. 
batterie masquee. 

batterie d'ccbarpe, en echarpe, 
oblique. 



Vlaprouhia n.iaiiiiii. 

OIUCHKII ii.iii 
o6pyqu ci, CoMein,, npnoiiBae- 
Mbie no Kpa-iMi, 6pe3eHTOin,. 



BpycKii IIJIH peiiKii 

JIIOKOB'b. 

IIpuoimaTi. opcaeiiTH pefih-asui. 



no oonajih 

Uofi IUaT<J>OpMH, HP IIOSliOJ-'lK-l- 

iu,a;i Kojccajii) .ia<{ii'Ta 



uurca CoJ.iep r F. miiii.in, nn.uepcM 
H up. 

njiiiiiiii iijtiu'iiU!acMi,i;i in. 



AOCKII 



JUH in, CTO- 



pencHTU petiKiotn KT. 



, SaiiO.lOTHTI. .IKtKII. 

IlaKJOin,, iiaiuioiieiiie, CKH'I i , UT- 

Il'llC'I., OT.lOrOCTI.. OTKOCI.. 
K-lHlIOMCTpli, HHCTpVMOHTf ,Vlfl "".- 

is nai;.ionnofi JHHJII, npona. 
, ii3f5ni!iiTh. 



C6llTB. 



cyjno. 



AMopanypn. 



Tapani,. 
Ea'rnpej) . 

'lacrn o.'iiapen. 
n..in 



i;j\\Tocri. 



Boopy<nHTii. narorciiHTi. 



BaTa]:e;i ci. Ga 
Bperai. 6. n ,Tapea. 
BviHiiAiipOBaimajj (iarapen. 
KftSeMaTHpoBaHUan Gaiapea. 
BosBunreiinaa Carapen. 
$ponra ji.ua ,1 (i. 



no- 



oaiapea; 
Boopy;i;OHiiajr 
ua,Tape-i. 
n.iony i ia,i 6aTape<i; oarape-i, ycrpo 

eiina.n na napoiri n.in n.Tor].. 
liaTajtoj CT. ycTyuajin. 
Ba'rapen in, iiM.Tf- pe^anra 
n:,aH,n'l;cKo:iH:o iicxo^aiiuix'f, o uxo 
yr.iOBi.. 
Caiape-T. 

H.IH citpHTas (ia 
Tape;t. 
Earape-i CT. isoropoft 



Batlcrz. 



43 



Bayonet. 



109i. open battcrz, arl. 
lt">!>5. ricochet battery, arl. 
10!)(i. sec or coast battery, art. 
1B97. sunken battery, art. 
liiDS. battery for direct fire, art. 
IG'J'J. battery for reverse fire, 

art. 
1700- ship's battery, art. 

1701. io silence a battery, art. 

1702. space or extent of ground 
protected by a battery, art. 

1703. to trace or work out a bat- 

tery, art. 

1701. battery (in electricity). 
1705. to charge, load the battery. 
170C. to discharge, unload the 

battery. 

1707. galvanic or voltaic battery. 

1708. Battle, s. 

1709. battle array. 

1710. to die in battle. 

1711. line of battle. 

1712. instant ifne of battle wi- 
thout regard to stations. 

1713. instant single line of battle, 
the wind abeam. 

17 H. to form line of battle 
quickly, in order to complete 
Ih'o rout of the enemy. 

1715. mock or sham battle. 

1716. naval battle. 

1717. order of battle. 

1718. pitched battle, 
battle-axe V' axe. 

1719. Battlement, s. 
baulk v. balk. 

1720. Bavin, S. 

1721. dipped bavin. 

1722. Bay, s. 

1723. bay in largp ships of war. 

1724. depth of a bay. 

1725. bay of joists. 

172C. shore bay of a bridge. 
1727. sick-bay. 
1728 small bay. 

1729. bay-salt. 

1730. small bay, or gulf with a 
narrow entrance. 

173!. Bayed, adj. 

1732. Bayonet, s., m. 0. a. 

1733. blade of a bayonet, m. o. a. 

1734. to charge bayonets. 

1735. to charge with fixed bayo- 
net*. 

1736. bayonet exercise. 
1787. to fix bayonets. 

1738. flat of a bayonet, m. 0. a. 

1739. fullers, or hollow sides of a 
bayonet, in. 0. a 

1740. bayonet locking ring, m.o.a. 

1741. bayonet locking ring pin, 

m, o a. 



batlcrie mobile, passagcre. 
ballerie a ricochet, 
batlerie de cole* 
balterie enlerree. 
batterie de plein fouet. 
batlerie a revers. 

batterie de vaisseau. 
eteindre Ic feu d'une balterie. 
champ de tip. 

dresser une batterie. 

batterie. 

charger la batterie. 

decharger la batlerie. 

batterie galvanique ou vollaique. 
balaille, combat, afl'aire, action, 

journee. 

ordre de balaille. 
inourir au lit d'honneur. 
lignc de bataille. 
promple ligne de bataille sans 

avoir egard aux posies, 
promple ligne de file, sans avoir 

egard aux postes, sur la perpen- 

diculaire du vent, 
former promple ligne de bataille, 

la former pour aehever de de- 

truire 1'ennemi. 
guerre factice. 
bataille navalc. 
ordre de balaille. 
bataille rangee. 

creneau, merlet. 

fagot, fascine, colret, javelle, ra 

milles, bourree. 
fascine goudronnee. 

baie, anse, golfe, bras de mer; 

travee, abee; bonde, biez. 
gatle. 



accul, cul-de sac. 

claire-voie. 

culee de pont. 

lazaret. 

lagon. 

sel de mer. 

sein. 

a ouverlure, a intervalles. 

baionnetle. 

lame. 

croiser la baionnelte. 

charger & la baionnctte. 

maniemenl de baionnette. 

meltre la baionnetle au canon. 

face. 

goutlieres. cannelures. 

virole ou bague. 
eloriteau. 



Gaxapea. 
PiiKoinexiia;! 6axapea. 
Eeperoaajf Caiapea. 

6axapes. 
Gaxapes. 
6axapea. 



6axapea. 
oacxaBHxb yiuojiKHyxb Gaxapeio. 
0(5opoHeHHoe npocxpancTBo. 



6axape. 



Eaxapea ( 



CpameHie, 



GaiapeK). 
fiaiapeio. 



Saxapea. 



6axaJiiH H.IH 6oeBoft cxpdfi. 
Ilacxb na IIOJTB 6panii. 



6axa.iin no cnoco6nocxH. 



ia oaiajiii na nepneH^HEyjiapt 



Bixpa. 






Bacxponib .iHniio 6axajiH no cno- 
co6HocxH, jia OEonqaxejiLHaro no- 



cpaa;ene. 
MopCKoe cpaHteme, 6HTBa. 
Op^epi. 6axajiin HJH 6oeBofi cxpoft. 
ie, 6ofi BT> op^epi. 



XBOpocxa, aniHHa. 



H.IH ocMOJennaa *a 
inuiia. 

Byxxa, ry6a, saJiiiBT.; npoMeyTOKi; 
uiJiioaT) B'L npy^t ;i;jia cnycKa BOAU. 
lla 6oji>miixi> BoenHuxi, cysaxi> xa 
nacTB Bnepe^n 6nxeHroB7), r^t 
o6tiKHOiieHHO otiBaext aaaapexi.. 
ie 6yxTH. 



BeperoBoft ycxoft y MOCXOBI. 
Jlaaapexi) na KopaS-i-B. 
He6ojbniaa Cyxxa, jaryHa. 
MopcKaa COJIB; 6ysyni. 

6yxxa ci> yaKHMt BXO- 



CT> 



Jlessee 
Baaxb na pyKT. 
BI mxtiKii. 



YnpaiKHeiue inxtnsaMH. 

IlpHMKHyXb fflTHKl KB 

Daocuaa cxopona 
,Hoju n.iH yrjiyfaeHia Ha 

cxu jeaBea niTHKa! 
XoMyriiKi. na WTUKOBOft xpy6Ki. 

CoCOKIj H4H ynOpllKl, 3I65KAy KOTO' 

puxn. H u'kn'JUKOM't asiiraexcfl xo- 



Bayonet. 



44 



Hcani. 



bayonet motion, ill, 0. a. 



1743. neck of a bayonet, in. o. a 
17ii, bayonet scabbard, in. o. a. 
1745. bayonet socket . in. o. a. 
Hit), bayonet socket-ring, 111. o a. 

1747. bayonet sllld, 111. o. a. 

1748. s\vord bayonet or j illo 
s \vord, in. o. a. 

1749. to unfix a bayonet 
1730. charge bayonets! 
1751. fl\ bayonet*! 
IT'.J. unfix bayonets! 
1753. Beacb, s. 

17;>4. high sleep beach. 
1735. sandy-beach. 

1750. Beached, a. 

1757. Bearon. s. 



1758. to (Ire a beacon, or watch 
light. 

1759. beacon liglil. 

1760. safety beacon. 

1761. to set up beacons. 

1 7G2. setting lip beacons. 

17C3. surveyer of the beacon*. 

1764. Beaconage, s. i 



1763. Beaconed, adj. 

1766. Bead. s. 

1767. Beading, s. 
I'M. Beak. s. 

17C9. beak of a gallery. 
1770. Beak-head, s. 



1771. beak-head-beam. 

1772. upper part of tho knee of a 
ship's beak-head. 

Beak-iron v, bickcrn. 

1773. Beam, s. 

1774. abaft the beam. 

1775. beam of au anchor V. an- 
chor. 

1776. aftmost beam, 
arm-beams V. arm and fork 

beam, half beam. 

1777. beam of a balance, 

1878. beam of a bell. 

1779. before the beam. 

1780. bent or curved beam. 

1781. bottom piece of a built 
beam. 

1782. great breadth of beam. 



fenle, pour le passage dti tenon, 
echancrure. 

coudc. 
fonrrean. 
(iouille. 
bonrrelet. renfor!. 

tenon, bouton de baionnette. 
baionnette de tirailleur. 

remetlre la baionnette. 
oroisez la baionnette! 
baionnette au canon! 
remettex la baimmelle! 
riv;ige, bord, plage, greve berge. 

berge. 

anse tie sable. 

expose aux llols, a plage, de plage. 

de la plage 
signal, fanal, halise, phare, atiiar 

one. 



faire partir un fanal. 

falot. foyer. 

halise de souvelage. 

baliser. 

balisage. 
baliscur. 
droit de balise. branche de cipre 



halise, a fanal. a phare surmonle 

.inn 1'anal. 
baguette, astragale. chapelet; mou- 

lure. 

bord. bonhire. 
tus, pointe, pic. 
bee d'mie galere. 
t)ec, |)roue, eperon. poinle de 

I'eperon, avanl. ne/. avantage, 

caj), collis. 
jau de coltis. 
Heche d'eperon. 



joulre. grosse solive, ban, barrot, 

tirant, monlant, arbre, Heche, 
in pen par 1'arriere. 
'erge d'nne ancre. 

)au de dale. 



lean, traversin, traversal)!, som- 

micr. 

hune, mouton. 
un pen par 1'avant. 
pout re cinlree on eourbee. 

neche. 

ivoir beaucoup de ban. 



UIe.li. n.m i!i>i])i:?Kii of. 

Kb IUTUIJOBOH Tpy5di, ii.iii vni;i;i.o. 



LUTHi;oi);ifi 



t.H'iiiKi,; na ijoTopoM'i. .ie;i;T'f. UITU- 

l.'OBOJl XO31VTHK'I>. 



0'riiHi;aTi> 
llu pj'Ky! 

Ilp^IMKUH llITHin,! 

OTMUI;;)H JIITUKI.! 

TlpiiopeaiLe; inoci;ofi u JIOBHUH 

jiopcKoft oepen.. 
llpnupyiofi. npurjiyouft fiepen. 
IlecuaiiMu liepen.. 
Hi.i6poiueiuiuri a 



'ixii, oaituHi, 3naKi>. 
utiii iia Me:iii, iicfliafi iipinrhTiiufi 
:tan., <5yii, ro- 



aienii *onapi, Manna. 



OroHb 



KCIUJ 

IIocTaiioB.Teiiie 6yfiKoni. pascia- 
HOB.ienie 6ai;eHOBi,, Btxi. u up. 

C.MOTpirre.ii. no lacxH nocTaiiOBae- 
iiia oyiii;oin.. 

Maaiiibirt cfiopi., coopi. aa ycra- 
HOB.ienie OaKeiiOBi. u jpyrnxx 
iipe.ioxpanHTe.iu.nux'1. DiiaKOBi,, KO- 
Topony iidj.ieniaTi Kyiie'iecKin cy- 



Oi;one4iioc'ii.. iioci,; IIHHT.. 
llliiiiponr. y ra.iepu. 
HOCT,, iiniiipOH'i,; ("iMi;re,Tf.. 



nnipouiH uiuici. na-Kopafui.. 



BHMCT>, Opyci., 6penno; Bepexeno; 
uopoMHcjo; iic])ei;.ia,nnna. 
aaiH Tpancpca. 



ifi OHMCI., KOpwoBoft. 



KopOMi.ic.io y 



,'l.yra KO.ioKO.sa. 
Biiepejui ipaiiepca. 

nepeniyToe KHHUOBOC 
peiio 



Btui.moii iinipiiiiu (roBopa o cy^nt). 



Reams. 



Beam. 



J783. breast-beam*. 
1784. broad, thin beam or 
1783. broken beam. 
178G. built beam. 
1787. built indented beam. 



1788. carling between the beams 

1789. beam* of the cablestage. 

1790. beam* of the oablelier. 

1791. collar beam. 

1792. cross-beam. 

1793. cross-beam or brace of a 
traversing platform. 

1794. deck-beam. 

1795. draw-beam. 
1 7 Hi!, beam endM. 

1797. ship on her beam end*. 



i bar rots, baux de lisses. 
i latte. 

bar rot casse. 
poutre d'assemblage. 
jMiilrp d'assemblage. composee de 

i ou 3 pieces assemblies PI 

cremaillieres ct serrees par de. 

boulons. 

barrotin, traversin de baux. 
bari'otins de la ptateforme des cab 

IPS ou echafaud. 

barrolins de Fa fosse au.x cables, 
barrot de coltis. clef de beaupre 
traversal. Iraversin, racinal. 
traverse. 

ban de pout. 
vindas, cabestan. 
cote; bouts des baux. 
navire sur le cote. 



1798. beam-engine. 

1799. beam with flat ends (si. 
eng.) 

1800. foremost, beam. 

1801. beam of forge-bellows. 

1802. fork beam, half beam. 

1803. foundation beam or ground 
timber. 

180i. beam gudgeon. 
1805 half beam. 

180C. head or ridge beam of a 
treslle. 

1807. to endent a beam. 

1808. kerfed beam. 

1809. larboard-beam, on the lee 
beam. 

1810. beam lever. 

1811. line upon the beam. 

1812. tO load 10 the beam.-. 

1813. main beam, st. eng. 

1814. middle part of a beam (o 
three nieces). 

1815. mid-ship beam. 

1816. uumber of beams that may 
be cut out of a log. 

1817. on the beam. 

1818. on the beam to leeward 
ur windward. 

1819. orlop-beams. 

1820. overhead beam. 

1821. paddle beam, sponcion 
beam, s. 

1822. pawl beam of a capstan. 

port beam V. larboard beam. 



machine a vapeur fixe avec ba- 

lancier. 
balancier a tetes plates. 

bau de lof. 
fleau, branloire. 

demi bau. 
racinal. 

pivot. 

demi bau; balancier de second 

" ordre. 

chapeau de chevalet. 

adeiUer, lailler une poutre, assem- 
bler eu adent, reunir a adent. 

poutre courbee & i'allemandc an 
moyen d'entailles. 

par le travers de babord. par le 
travers de sous le vent. 

sommier, jong, traversin d'une ba- 
lance. 

perpendieulaire a la route, 
bonder. 

grand balancier des appareiis de 

terre. 
armure. de bau. 

maitre bau. 
solivage. 

droil par le iravers du vaisseau, 

par le travers. 
par le travers sous le vent ou au 

vent. 

baux du fa I pont, ou'faux baux. 
balancier supcrieur. 
bau de force. 

traversin de linguet ou de cha- 
teau. 



KUMCH xvra 11 
EpycoKj,, luaiicn. 



Coctaiwofi 



2 HJIII i; '1,-irTcil rl;p'i,|I.lfHIIU>. k 
KOKCftMH H.TM Go.VrilMH. 



ICapjiiHcu 



BHMCU KanaTnaro iiyopinta. 
Iloay6nMC'i> 7 nepmepci 
KpacnHua. 



(5pycoKx; TpaBepct. 
" 



ironepe'i- 



KOHUU 6iiMcom,. 

Ha ?ioKy, CTofiKOMi na finiic-li, KOIA& 
HaKpeinn"h Kopartjb raKt CHJBHO, 
MTO oy^eri. B'i, iiepiieiUHKyjflpHOin- 
nojoa;eHin, on, lero iipou3oin.io 



3f,Kii: he is onbis beam euds. Onx 
iipn cjiepTii. 
Ba.iaHCupHaa siamnna. 



c'i. IUOCKHMJI KOHI^MR. 



Ilepe.iHiH GHMCT., Hocosoft. 
Puian ci. u-fenbio, y 



, no.iy- 6vmci. 



IlepeK.ia^HHa ILIII Bepxniu CJpyci 

K03JOBT>. 

I3upy6aTi 



TpaBepci,, ua rpaBepct, 

na iio.TBtTpeiuioMi, xpa- 
Bepct. 
EonepeiHHKT, Cajancnpa. 

nepneii,i;HKyjap'r, Kypcy, Tpasepcx. 
3arpysHTi no KpaflHocTH, noperpy- 

3HTB. 

6a^aHCHpi BI (SeperoBoii 



Cpe^naa inxyKa cocraBHaro 

II3T> TpeXT, MaCTCH. 

CpejHift duict. 

CKOJIBKO 



Ha xpaBepci HOAT> BtipOMi, HJIH 

na BtTpfe. 

BHMCH opjoni, jieKa, opaont-6HMCR, 
llajaHCHpi na sepxy. 
ICoa;yxoBOM CHMCI., iionepeHiiurr KO- 

tyxoBUH CHHCI. 
tlonepeimiKt naja. 



Beams. 



Bear. 



1823. quarter-deck-beams*. 

1824. scarfs of the beams. 
1823. beam of the shell, art. 

1826. side-beam of a traversing 
platform art. 

1827. beams, side lever s. 

1828. Skid beams. 

1829. small beam. 

1830. small square beam. 

1831. beam with spherical ends 
(st. eng.) 

1832. small beam used as a sub- 
stitute for a wheel. 

1833. sponciou beam. 

1834. spring beam. 

183o. spur of the beams. 

1836. starboard beam. 

stay beam V. working beam. 

1837. beam of a steam engiue, 
engiut beam, st. eng. 

1838. straining beam. 

1839. sway beam. 

1840. tie beam. 



1841. upper deck beams. 

1842. on the weather beam. 

1843. working beam. 

1844. Beans, s. 

1845. dried beans for rations. 

1846. Bean-cod, Y. boat. 

1847. Bear, v. a. 



1848. the land bears soulh of us. 

1849. the ship bears. 

18siO. Cape St. Yincenl bore N. W. 

1851. to bear a-hand. 

1852. to bear away before the 
wind. 

1853. to bear away or up. 



1854. to bear by compass. 

1855. to bear down. 

1856. to bear down upon the 
enemy. 

1837. to bear down upon a vessel. 

1858. to bear in with a harbour. 

18I59. to boar off. 



1860. to bear off from the land. 



1861. to bear oil' while hoisting- 

1862. to make one bear up. 

1863. to bear on or upon. 

1864. to bear or jut out. 

1865. to bear round up. 



baux du gaillard d'arriere. 

assemblages des baux. 

levier pour fe transport des bom- 

bes. 
semelle de chassis. 

balaneiers a jumelles. 

defenses. 

sofiveau, sommier. travers. 

poutrelle. 

balancier a boules. 
poulre trainante. 
bau de force. 

buttoir elastique des machines d'e- 

puisement, rabot. 
barrotin d'ecoutille. 
par le travers du trihord. 

balancier d'une machine a vapeur. 

lisse horizontale, faux entrait. 
balancier de machine a simple 

effet. 
entrait, tirant. 



baux de pont superieur. 

au vent. 

balancier. 

feves. 

gourgane, feveroles, fascoles. 

bateau pecheur ou chaloupe des 

piiotes de Portugal, 
porter, soulenir, essuyer, faire, 

supporter, rester, gdsir, nel- 

toyer. 

la terre nous reste au sud. 
le vaisseau prend trop d'eau. 
le cap Saint Yincent nous reslait 

au Nord Ouesl. 
se depecher. 
pouger, moler en poupe. 

abaltre, arriver vent arriere, pren- 
dre chasse ou fuitn, laisser ar- 
river. 

relever au.compas. 

baisser, s'affaiser, s'enfoncer, ar- 
rivcr. 

arriver sur 1'ennemi. 

S'approcher d'un navire du c6l6 

du vent, 
aller au port ou cliercher le mouil- 

lage. 
defier ou parer du bord line em- 

barcalion ou autre chose. 



s'eloi^ner de la cole, alaiguer, cou- 
rir ou mellre au large, bonier, 
defier. elevor au vent. 

e'venter. 

faire plier. 

porter, poser sur. 

avancer, saillir, faire saillie. 

arriver tout plat. 



KBapTepT,-,T,eK'L-6HMCH . 
'Ja'MKIl 6lIMCOBTi. 

na uoxopOMT. BHCHT'I, i;pioin. 
.i!i HOCKH 601161.. 

irojn. nepe^Hjun. K 
imT(|>opMU. 



Ea.i;iHCHpi) C'fc inapaMK. 



KoatyxoBOH oHMC'h, nonepeinuR i;o- 

a;yxoBoft CHMCT.. 
Yiipyrift pbiiari, BI. HepnaTe.ii.noft 



Yiiopiiufi OHMCT., jnopiiaa paiia. 



HJIH aie 

H.1H CB)I3t, KOHI^H KOTOpoft VT- 



Ha 

Bajianciipi.. 
Boobi. 

6o6u. 
ift 6oTi BI Hopryrajiiii. 



HeciH, HOCHTJ>; iipiiHOcim,: CHO- 
CHTB, 



Beperi. JieasiiTi KI, rory. 
Oy;i;no rjyCoKO CIUHTI.. 
Muci, CB. Buiiem-ia 6u.ii. OTT. aacx 
na N. W. 

Cjlt.IIIHTJ,. TdpOiniTbCfl. 

na (}>op,neBHHAT.. 



Jle-ienroBaTi.. 



na 



raBam.. 



orb Copra eyiaa; OT- 
^iiTb, oinmaTb, (o 
oTcrpoH-i 'tb njuayiuie 
iiao-fcrari, npHKOCHOBenifl . 
OTXO;UITI,. y;j,fUiiTi>ca on. 6epera. 



!Iano4HHTb oficTeiieHHufi napyo,. 

Ti OTCTVIIHT}.. 



HHase: cnvcTimca floa*- 



ue. 



47 



Bearing. 



1866. 
1867. 

1868. 
1869. 
1870. 
1871. 
1872. 

1873. 
187i. 
1873. 
1876. 
1877. 



to bear sea. 

lo hear towards, or in with 

the land. 

to hear under the lee. 

to bear up. 

to bear up. 

to bear up (to veer). 

bear a hand! 

beur up! 

bear up round! 
Bear, s. (in a ship). 
Bear, s. 
Beard, s. 



1878. beard or seam of a cast. 

1879. Beard, v. a. 

1880. to beard a tasting. 
188.1. beard off. 

1X82. heard or thin a plank. 

1883. bearded away, adj. 

IS Si. Bearding. 

1885. bearding line. 

1886. bearding line of the rudder. 

1887. Bearer, s. 

1888. bearer*, (St. eiig.) 



1889. ensign bearer 

1890. bearer or ladle, for hot 
' shot, art. 

1851. paddle bearer, si. cag. 

1892. sword bearer. 

1893. Bearing, v 



189J. bearing, ar direction of the 

coast. 

1895. hearing. 
I89t. hearing on the beam, 

abeam. 

1897. bearing before the beam. 
1898 bearing abaft the be:im. 

1899. bearing on the lee or we- 
ather bow. 

1900. bearing on the lee or 
weather quarter. 

1901. bearing abend. 

1902. bearing astern. 

1903. bearing away. 

190i. bearing bar for furnace. 



1905. bearing of a felloe, art. 

1ft 06. bearing ne<k. 

1907. bearing neck or journal of 
a shaft. 

1908. bearing out. 

1909. out end paddle shaft bea- 
ring. 



(Hrc en etat de prendre la mer. 
courir vers la terrc. 

vtrer sous le vent. 

larguer, pougcr. 

luir devant le temps. 

tombcr en dependant. 

haul la main! hanli! vivement! 

depcchc! 
arrive ! 
arrive tout! 

vadrouille, faiiberi, badrouille. 
decoupoir. 
barbe. 



bavure- 

e barber. 

emorfiler. 

e barber. 

degraisser, dt'grossir. 



degraissement. 

ligne de reunion des varangues au 

massif. 

brague du gouvernail. 
crochet; support; porteur; traverse; 

decharge. 
sommier, supports de grille. 



en-eigne, porte. drapeau, por(e-en- 

seigne. 
bague, cuiller porle boulois ou a 

bc'mlels rouges, 
e lougi.s de. tenibour. 

port e-e pee. 

giscment; etaiemenl; coussinet. por- 
tee, portaut. portage. 

giscment de la coie. 

relcveniens. 

relevement par le travers 

relevemenl en avanl du (ravers, 
relevement en arriere du travers. 
relevement par la bossoir de sous 

le vent nu du vent, 
relevement par la bonteille de sous 

le vent ou du vent, 
nelevomenl droi! devant la proue. 
relevement droit en arriere lapoupe. 
volte, 
sommier, barre d'appui 



surface couvcxe d'uncjanle. 

tourillon. 

coussiuel d'un arbre. 

avance, saillie, support, 
chaise de I'arbre exleru j ur. 



iilJTI, KlTOllU.MI, KT, JlhlXOAy Bf, MOpC. 

m, Gepery JUH Bjo.ib Ocpera. 

CiiycitaTbca. 
B r r> 

OT'b 

no ireMiiory. 
epHH! najan.! 
ii! ci;opM ! 
Ciiycnaflca! 
CnycTHTt B^pyni! 

uajyCi. 
i. 
mxyKa. (nepe^nifi Koneui> 

; KOIiei^b liJH IIOIiepO'IHblH 



HepoBHOcru luji aaayCpinibi no Kpa- 
;im c.io.Mannai'0 



I'paiib, cifarb fj)ajbii,i, iia 
ipanii KaKoii HHfiy.ib mtyKn. 

Oirrecauiioe aepeao no OTOHTOH HUT- 
i,-Ii n.iii no jiei;a.iy. 

CKOCI. ipaini. 

iiop^oni, .ninia: .inni;i iipnTHi;ani,i 
({uopTiiMoepcoivi) in, ;!,cii.TBy.iy. 

Copjiiiu>. 

Jlo.uiopa, iio;i,CTaitKa: 



Ilonejte'iiiu;!, ;r,e.it:jHHir muocu, Ha 
aca:aTT> KO.IOCHHKH. m, 
Kii naponaro lior 



i;o;i;yxa; 



Ha0paaaeBie; no^;- 
iiopa, iiOKTaKa; nojyiBRa, 1103- 

.111 II HUH Kl. 

llejeiii'i, ujti naiipan.jeHie fiepera ito 
Koainacy, 

ITejenni. 

lle.ieiironaTi. iia Tjianepcii. 



n.ni 



xpauepca 
iic:;a^ii ipasepca. 
na iio^Tpeuwfi 
11 a ]i;ii!'hTpeiini.iii Kpaa6oi f k- 
Ile-iciironaib na no^BtTpeHiiyw 
na Jiairf/rpemiyio paKoenny, 
Ile.ienroBaTi, iip/isio no HOCV. 
npnMo na itopay. 
na <{)op.3,eBiin;!,i.. 



ia, aiea-tsnaa ^yra, wy- 
a no^nopoii ,i;aTiiiiio Konep- 
rt, KOTopoio jit. ma IOTI TAiy nciaxi. 



lCpyrona;i nonepxjiocTi> K 
ofio^a i;o.ieca. 



BwcTyni. 



rpeftaaro Ba.ia. 



Bearing. 



48 



Beat. 



1910. hearing plate of the sweep 
bar, art. 

1911. to rectify the bearing. 

1912. Sailing by the bearing* and 
distances of the land or 
coast. 

1913. bearing of the sea. 

1914. lo take bearings. 



1913. bearing for au upright shaft. 
1916. bearing of a vessel. 



1917. Beat; s. 
1918 beat of drum. 

1919. generale. 

3920. ordinary beat of drum. 

1921. quick beat. 

1922. by beat of drum. 

1923. beat cf the sea. 

1924. Beat, v. a. and n. 

1925. lo beat about, tack etc. 



1926. 
1927. 

1928. 
1929. 



to beat against. 

lo beat against 

winds. 

to beat to arms. 

to beat back. 



contrary 



1930. lo beat down. 

1931. to beat Ihe drum. 

1932. to beat the enemy. 

1933. lo beat flat. 

1934. lo beat hemp. 

1935. to beat in. 

1936. to beat mortar. 

1937. to beat off. 

1938. 10 bent out. 



1939. to beat a parley. 

1940. to beat in pieces. 
1911. to beat a point of war. 

1942. to heat a retreat. 

1943. lo beat the reveille, day- 
break. 

1944. lo beat a ship (in sailing). 



19 ij. We beat all the vessels we- 
mel with in our way. 

1916. We beat lhal frigate ou' 
every point of sailing. 

1947. to beat (he tat'.OO- 

1948. to heat the three camps. 

1949. lo beat up. 

1930. to beat up lor soldiers. 
1951. lo heat to wiudward. 



plaque de frottement. 

rectifier le relevement. 

vue par vue et cours par cours. 



parage. 

faire dcs rdevemenls, relever une 

terre oa une cote, viser vers des 

points, observer un point 
empaise, crapaudine, coussinet, boi- 

le. 
ligne d'ean en charge quand le 

naviiv est debout; la parlie la 

plus large an dossous du plat 

bord; partie submerges de la 

carone d'nn vaisseau. 
coup, batterie, battement, station, 

ronde. 
batierie de la raisse ou du lam- 

bour. 
generale. 

battement de tambour, 
roulement. 
tcmbonr battant. 
haltemenl des vaguos. 
battre, CHtbuler, frapper; frotter; 

sangler, cogner; bourrer; piler, 

broyer, darner, 
bordayer, louvoyer, soutenir en 

louvoyani. 

briser, se briser contre. 
chicaner les venls contraires. 

batlre la generele. batlie le rappel. 
repousser, plover, faire plier ou 

retirer, soutenir. 
abattre, renverser. faire baisser, 

aplatir, palmer, 
baltrc la caisse. 
culbulcr, eloigner, faire plier Ten- 

Demi, 

aplalir, ecacher. 
espader la h'lasse, ecauguer. 
louvoyer pour enlrer; enfoneer. 
rabotir, corroyer le morlier. 

repousser, refouler, eloigner. 

arracher, foire r-orlir, debusquer; 
amboulir, baitre, corroyer, for- 
ger; lonvoyer pour sortir. 

batlre la chamade. 

briber. 

baitre la rharge. 

plier baga^'c. 

ball re la diane ou le re veil. 

de'passer nn vaisseau, marcher plus 
vile que iui, avoir la miirche sur 
u n vaisseau. 

Nous dcpassaenes tons les vaisse- 
anx que nous reneentrames fai- 
sanl meme route que nous. 

Nous gaguames cello fregale a tou- 
les les aliures. 

battre la reiraite. 

battre aux drapeaux. 

atlaquer sabitemeut. 

recruler. 

courir. des bordees, louvoyer, tenir 
a la cape. 



cnnay 



xOCoxa. 



Ilcnpan.iHTb pyiioTi, nejeun., itypin-. 
AiixpexHoe, raaaoM'Lptioe, IIIIHO.IH- 
3Hxe.ibHoe paacioniiie. 



Bpaxb nejieiini. 



(lioaiuilllllllin, 110,1,1. BCp- 



Con. 



TpeBora. 

OowKHOBeiiHUM CapaCaimuu ooii. 
;T,po6j, (Oapauaunaa). , 

Ci. 6apaCaHiii.ijn> ^OCMT,. 
BOJHI. 

, KOJOTHTb; IIo61vUITl>; TOJIO'Ih, 



UA.IUHH 



a oCi>... 
ci, iipoTiivnuun 



BIITB c(iopi>. 



CfuiBaxb. 



BI, Capafiani. 



iienpiaxeja. 



CnJwcnyTb. 

Tpenaib neiibny. 

Bxo^nxb jiaBiipOBKoio; i;oja'niuaxi.. 

PacxBopaxb misecxb c'i. IICCKOHI>, wa 

cocxaBjeiiia ucMCiixa. 
Yjajiixi., oxxojiKiiyxb, oxupocnxb. 
Buronnxb; BufiiiBaxb; BHXOAHXII ja- 

Bnpnm;oK). 

Biixb B'i, fiapaGain,, B'L anain,, 'ITO 
niejiaioxi BCiymixb BT, neperoBopu. 
HxToiiaxj. in, KJ'CKH. 
BHXI> in, axairfc. 
Oxcxyinixb. 
BHXI> :iopio. 



(Woman,, 



MM ouonia.iH ix.'i cy.ia. 



Mu iipii uc'liX'i, i.-ypcaxi. odonin.ui 

jxox'i. (jiperaxi.. 
BHXI> oxcxyiuienie, oxooii. 
3naMennuH rofi. 
Ilanacri, uHCsanno, iieoaui^aimo. 
Ha6apaxb BI, pei:pyxw. 

,, rnaxL in, ntxpy. 



Beater. 



*^^' TIT*/ ^^~" 



Bed. 



1952. Beater, 6. 

1953. Beating, s. 

1954. tattoo beating. 

1955. beating to windward. 

1956. Becalm, v. a. 



1957. That vessel has becalmed us. 

1958. Our ship was becalmed un- 
der the island. 

1959. becalmed adj. 



1960. Beeasse, s 

1961. Beeket, 6. 



Beconage V. beaconage 
1962. Bed, s. 



1963. bed for anvil. 
V. anvil. 

1964. bed-bolt. 



1966. bed, boss or bottom swage. 
1966. bed of the bowsprit 
1961. camp or field bed. 

1968. bed of a canon, art. 

1969. bed of cylinder powder mill 
(stone or metallic). 

1970. bed for casks containing any 
liquid. 

1911. bed of the elevating screw 
(art.). 

1972. eprouvette-bed (art.). 

1973. bed of a gun-lock (art.). 

1974. bed, letting in, bole of the 
barrel (art.). 

1975. bed of the loop in the stock 
of a gun (art.). 

1976. bed made by a vessel at 
low water. 

1977. bed of a mortar, art. 

1978. bed of a cannon, art. 

1979. mortar with its bed cast to- 
gether (art.). 

1980. bed in a pilon mill of pon- 
der (art.). 

1981. bed-plate, st. eng. 

1982. bed of a river. 

1983. bed of sand or ground. 

1984. stool-bed, art. 



batteur, rabot, batte, hie, demoiselle, 
pilon (d'un mortier), dame. 

battement, louvoyage. 

retraite, retraite ballante. 

louvoyage. 

apaiser, calmer, manger ou dero- 
ber le vent a un vaisseau, 1'abri- 
ter, mettre a 1'abri du vent, a- 
breyer. 

Ce batiment nous a mange le vent. 

Notre vaisseau fut abrie par 1'tle. 

abadouine, abrite, abrie, pris de 
calme, calme, mis a 1'abri du 
vent, abreye. 

becasse. 

bille, attache, aiguillelte desecouets, 
chambriere; bllles, terme gene- 
ral, qui signitie tout ce qui sert 
a assuj<itir des cordages, des avi- 
rons ou des maleraux. 

lit, couche, logement, fond, cajute, 
gisement, gite, semelle, paillasse, 
coassin de mire, canal, bane de 
tour, de cisaille. 

billot. 

boulon, cheville d'assemblage. 



matrice, dessous. 

lete de 1'etrave, pied, talon du beau- 

pre, 
lit de camp. 

coussin. 

table, meule gisante, auge de rou- 

lage. 
couche pour les barils contenant 

quelque liquide. 

plateau de vis de poinlage. 
semelle, plateau da Teprouvette. 

encastrement de la platine, <Jchan- 
crure du bassinet. 

logement, canal du canon, 
logement du tenon du canon, 
souille, souillandiere. 



affut de (a) morlier. 

affut de canon. 

mortier & plaque ou a semelle. 

pile d'un moulin k poudre, pile de 
mortiers. 

grande plaque, plaque de fondalion. 

canal, lit. 

forme. 

coussinct, porle-culasse, semelle 
fixe. 



Ko-ioxynrita, DUJOKI, f,o&6Ha, cxyna, 
6a6a, <ieKuapi>. 

Bofi; 
OT^OH. 



cTHxan,, cnycnark, na- 
< iHXHyxt; aaupUTk, OT- 
; OTHHTI. fltxepi y cyj- 



na. 



3xo cy,\HO OTHJUO y Haci strepi. 
Harm, KOpaG.ii> ;iaoiTn jf,.n, aa ocrpo- 

BOMl.. 



i. 'HRiiKime cyjna, ynoxpe6- 

. !fl I01Hii ( K'/f Bt Ji il,3,HKCKOM OYXTji). 

CxponKH, cenxopa ct paaBajHHon 
Bsepxy, na Roxopue na MCIKHXI 

iio^'HUiuXi) cy^.jix it Kici^yTT> BCCJH. , 
;B H jpy ris aanacHbUi ^epeBia. 



Jioate; pycao; rpa^a, 
UCDO^HHKI; 



Cxyji, 



Kpi>IlHT(UfcHhlH OOJT'f, ; 

6oJTi CBSBHofi, npoxo^amift CKBOSB 
cxanHiiM H i;i(j)eTHyio no^ymKy. 
BacMa HJH <|>opMa m, mraHni, Max- 



Kposaxt, no- 



Cxonopi. 



IIoxojHaa, 

CXCJIb. 

llojynnca y nyrae^Haro cramra. 
McnoaHHKi, cxoanifi xepeoBi, 
6Hi. (nojT CtryHauH). 

a, no^cxaBKa 
xpioM-b, amnKOB7> 
Kaityio JHGo SK^KOCXL. 
y no^eitHaro BKHXH 



Toicxaa ^ocna, yKpinjaejiaa 
npo6aoio uopxapKoio. 

HJH BueuKa K.IU IIO.IKH ; 

Bp^SKa HJH SaMKOHMH JfUJli,",']. Bl 
JtOS'B. 

roBume BI KUHOJ^ opy^ia; uoj(- 
CXBO.II.HHH /ce^ofii). 
tsKa HJH nniHueEi, ua XBOCit 
cxBOja y pyaiba. 

, MtcTO BHAaBJCHHOe Bl 

rpynxi HO^BO^HOIO ^a- 

cxi CTOHBinaro na MBJIH cy^na. 
MopxnpntiH Jia<})exT, H.IH 
Ilyffle^nHH cxanoKi. 
Mopxcpa CT, no^OHOMt 

eft BMtcxo ja^exa. 
Jl,epeBflHHaa KOJO^a, BT, Koiopofi BH- 

SOJi6jieHH cxynu ^ja xojnenia no- 

poxonaro cocxajja. 



j aose 



Kopaojn. 
no,a;ynii;a; no^ymKa, BI! KO- 



TopyK> 
naro 



Bed. 



50 



Bell. 



1985. swing-bed, art. 

1986. bed of wood for the bill of 
an anchor, on deck. 

1987. Bed, v. a. 

1988. Bedder, s. 

1989. Bedding, S. 

1990. bedding of a boiler st. eng. 

1991. Bee. 

1992. Beech or beach tree, hot. 
(fagus). 

1993. red beech (fagus silvatica). 

1994. Beetle, s. 

1993. reeming beetle. 

1996. Before, prep. 

before the beam V. bearings. 

1997. before the wind. 

1998. before hand. 

1999. to pay before hand. 

2000. Begin, v. a. 

2001. to begin to engage. 

2002. How did your ship behave 
in the bad weather? 

2003. My people behaved well in 
the action. 

200 i. Behind prep. 

2005 behind adv. . 

2006. to Stay or lag behind. 

2007. behind hand. 

2008. Belay, v. a. 



2009. to belay a rope. 

2010. belay the main-topsail ha- 
liards! 

2011. belay! 

2012. Belaying, S. 

2013. belaying cleats. 

2014. belaying pius. 

201"). Beleaguer, v. a. 

2016. Belce, v a. 

2017. Belfry, s. 



2018. Bell, s. 

Its parts: 

a) the body, barrel. 

b) the clapper. 

c) the ear, cannon. 

d) the beam. 

e) the crank, swipe. 

f) the rope. 

2019. alarm bell. 

2020. bell, crank engine. 

2021. diving bell. 

2022. bell metal. 



semelle mobile ou d'affut de cam- 

pagne, 
savate ou semelle. 

planter, poser, coucher, placer par 

assises, par couches, 
table, meule gisante. 
couchage, litiere, coucher. 
plaque de chaudiere. 
violon ou taquet de beaupre. 
hetre, bois de hctre, fou, fouteau. 

helre rouge. 

mail, maillet. marteau, hie, mou- 

ton, ospade. 
maillet de calfat. 
devant, a van I. 

& mats et a cordes. 

d'avance, en avance, par avance, 

avance. 
avancer. 

commencer, donner, debater, ebau- 

cher. 

commencer le combat ou le feu. 
Comment s'est comporte votre vais- 

seau dans le mauvais terns? 
Mon equipage s'est bien conduit dans 

le combat, 
derriere. 

par derriere, en arriere. 
s'arrierer. 
en arriero, arriere. 
amarrer, lacer, tenir bon; amarrer 

une manoeuvre ou un cordage a 

son taquet ou chevillot. 
amarrer une corde. 

Tiens bon la ou amarrc les drisses 

du grand hunier! 
amarre! amarre la! 
amarrage. 

taquets a comes ou a branches, 

rateliers a chevillots, billons, 
cabillots, chevillots, chevilles. 

assieger, serrer, cerner. 

abreyer, derober, manger le vent. 

beflroi, tour, clocher, montant de 

cloche, potence de cloche, cha- 

peau de cloche. 

cloche, campane, timbre. 
Parties: 

corps, 
battant. 
oreille, orillon. 
hune, mouton. 

manivelle. 
corde, ruban. 

tocsin, beffroi. 

machine a mouvement de Eonnctle. 



cloche A 

metal de cloche. 



IIojyraKa HOH-B nepejHHMT, 
rioBOpoxHoff iuiax4)opam. 
IIojtyniKa aKOpnaa. 

noaojKHXB ; noicxn.iaxs; 

-.'^ < ' 
HCHOJIHHKI. 

, IIOCTCJS. 



BHMCI y CymnpitTa, yea 6ynnipiiTa. 
ByKi. 



KojiotyniKa, 6aCa, JiyniKOJit, MOJIOTT.. 



Hanepeju. 

CnyciHTBca no Btxpy BI ojifffe cna- 
CTH. 

; aurora; 



,H,aTi> 



; sanjiaraTB, 



npncrynaiB. 



cpaatenie, najiB6y. 
KaKi Barni KOpaCjB jepsajica 

xyjtyio norojiy? 
MOK KOwaHia xoporao 

BI -cpaseHin. 
Ilosajn, sa. 
Hasajn. 



OTCiaBiirift. 
cnacih ua 



3anptnnTB, 
BHTB. 



, npnHauto- 



oanpinn! 3aBepnn na 

npiiBasaaie OJIHOII 
spyroft nocpeflCTBOMt 6eH36J, 
JIJIH yKptiuenia 



OcaatjiaxB, 

OxpaHHTb, CKpHnaii., oxnaTB Bi;xp f i>. 

KojioKo.ii.Ha; MT.CXO Ha KOpaCjit. 

TXk BHCHTl KOJIOKOJTB, RJT&, Ha 
KOIOpOH BHCHTt KOJOKOJ'B Ha 



KO.IOKOJI. 

Hacxn: 
Kopiiyct KOJiOKO.ia. 

flSHKl KOJIOKOJia. 

YDIKO noaoKOJia. 

Kopoiibic.io, na Koxopojii. BHCHXI 

KOJIOKOJIl. 

PyKoaxKa, pyiKa. 

BepeBKa, npHBHsannaa Kt H3Hi;y 



TpeBora. 

MaraiiHa ci. KoatHiaTHM-t 

pOM'I.. 
Bo^Ojin,3HtIH EOJIOKOJTB. 

IV'O.IOI;OJII.HUH 



Bell. 



51 



Belt. 



4023. bell metal ball (V. ball). 



2024. bell mouthed. 

2025. bell mouth of the gatehole 
in a mould 

2026. bell muzzle art. 

2027. Ring the bell! 

2028. to signal by bell. 

2029. to strike the bell. 

2030. to strike the bell at inter- 
vals 

2031. strike the bell four! 

2032. Belligerent, a. and S. 

2033. Bellows, S. 

2034. bellows air-vessel or. bel- 
lows air-engine. 

2035. bellows-blower. 

2036. The bellows bottom board. 

2037. hand-bellows. 

2038. bellows middle-board. 

2039. bellows upper-board, top- 
board, top or fly. 
bellows clack or valve, 
complete set of bellows. 

2042. double blast bellows. 

2043. instrument for reducing the 
enlargement of a bellows 
pipe. 

2044. lugof bellows, nozzle block. 
204ii. nose, nose pipe, nozzle or 

nozzle of bellows. 

2046. nozzle block hoop of bel- 
lows. 

2047. rockstaff and chain or rad 
of bellows. 

2048. seat or lower box of bellows. 

2049. smith's or forge bellows. 

2050. bellows support. 

2051. bellows valve. 

2052. Belly, s. 

2053. belly of a furnace. 

2054. belly of a sail. 

2055. belly stay, (st. eng.). 

2056. belly of a compass tinuber. 

2057. Belly v. a. and n. 

2058. below adw. 

2059. Belt c. 



2060. buff' belt. 

2061. frog or pocket of a belt. 

2062. pouch belt. 

2063. leather-belt, belt, st. ang. 

2064. life belt, safety belt. 



gobille. 



conque, evase. 
evasement du jet. 

elargissement. 

sonne la cloche! 
signaler avec la cloche, 
piquer 1'horloge, sonner. 
sonner par inter valles. 

pique quatre! 

belligerent, puissance belligerente. 

souffle t. 

regulateur de soufflet. 



chauffeur. 



panneau ou flasque de dessous. 

soufflet a main. 

panneau, flasque, planche du milieu, 

diaphragme. 
panneau, flasque ou planche de 

dessus. 

soupape, clapet. ame. 
soufflerie. 

soufflet double, a double vent ou 

ame. 
torchette. 



tetiere, mentoimet, telard, mufle. 
canon, tuyere, buse. 

frette de mufle. 

branloire, tirant de branloire. 

gite, caisse inferieure. 

soufflet de forge. 

treteau. 

ame. 

ventre, pause, gueule. 

ventre. rentlement d'un haul four- 

neau. 
creux, fond, sein, bourse d'une 

voile, fanons. 
hauban de cheminee. 

ventre d'une piece de bois courbe. 
enfler, gonfler, bomber, fairo ventre, 
' pousser au dehors. 
en bas. 
ceinturon, ceinture. 



ceinturon de buffle, banderole. 

gousset. 

banderole de giberne, ou courroie 

porte-giberne. 
courroie. 



ceinture de sauvetage. 



MijjHaa nyjia, &aa paajie-ibieHia BI 
' o'oiKax'B cocraimuxr. ' uemecTBi, 

nopoxa. 
PacmiipenHbiii. 
PacinnpeHie OTBeperifl (j)opiH (npn 

JIHTKE). 

Pa3CTpi.n, H.IH pacnmpeHie flyia 

CTBOJia. 

Eeii pttHjy! SBOHH! 

JI/EJiaTB curaaa'B KOJIOKOJOMT.. 

3BOHHTB, 6llTB. 

OBOHHTB OTB BpCMCHH flO BpeMCHH. 



Beft 
BoK>K>injn, 



HHC M'tXH. 



y BOSjiyxojyBHaxt Mi-' 



XOBl. 



PaCo'dn, no^^epaiHBaioiiiifi nocToaa- 
HHII atapi BT> KyaHeinosfB ropny. 
HII/EHM 



KO- 



BosjiyxojyBHaa Mamiraa (npn nja- 

BHJLHMXT. HJII JinTeHHHXt HCiaXt). 



IlepenonKa HJII pasropo^na 

aaHOM 
Bepxnaa 



Opy^ie, cjyjKamee AJia 
pacninpeHi,i rop.ia y 



COH.TO y pas^yBajitnaro 
JIo6oBoe, Bepxnee K 



Ptiiari, 

ro 
Hn/EHift 



Kjianani y MtxoBi>. 

EpIOXO. /KHBOTt, nj'30. 

BepxHift Konyci. inaxTH; co6cTB6H- 

HO maxia. 

Ilyso y napyca; py5amEa y HOSO- 
Cpannaro napyca. 

y Tpy6ti, Hnamie GaKmtaru y 
JHMOBOH ipyGw. 
y KpiiBaro 



Bnnsy, ua 

Hoact, nepesasb, nopxynea; Kpa- 
Hen;i> BOKpyri) 6opxa Kanoro HH- 
6yjB cyflHa; iioaca, BI KopaCeaB- 
HOMI> cxpoeniii naatiBaeMHe Cap- 



IloroHHLift peMeni,. 

Cyiia. 

IIepeBa3B, na KOiopoS BIICIITT. J,t- 

flyHKa HIH cyua. 
IlapoBOM KO/KVX^ nan IIOJICT. y na- 

pOBaro uHjiiin^pa, Korcauuft pe- 



CnacnTC.ii.HHu noact. 



Belt. 



52 



Bonding. 



2063. belt slings. 
2066. belt-straps. 
5067. sword belt. 

2068. waist belt. 

2069. Belting, S. 

2070. Beiveder s. (turret or lan- 
tern). 

2071. Bench, s. 

2072. boring beneh. 

2073. bench faceplate. 

SO 74. fascine bench. 

2075. bench-hook. 

2076. bench-reel. 

2077. bench-saw. 

2078. bench-screw. 

2079. sloping-bench. 

2080. bench-vice, stranding vice. 

2081. Bend, s. 



bend, s. V. clinch. 

2082. carrick bend. 

common bend v. sheet-bend. 

2083. fisherman's bend or kuot. 

2084. granny's bend. 

2085. hawser bend. 

2086. midship bend. 

2087. bend of moulds. 

2088. bend of a musket stock, art, 

2089. outward bend. 

2090. re-entering bend. 

2091. bend of a river. 

2092. Sheet bend. 

2093. temporary bend. 

2094. bend of the trail art. 

2095. bends in shipbuilding. 



2096. bends. 

2097. bend, y. a. and n. 



2088. to bend a cable. 

2099. to bend the chain round 
the foot of the foremast. 

2100. to bend planks. 

2101. to bend a sail. 

2102. to bend a staysail. 
i!03. Bending, S. 

210 i. bending press. 

2103. beniing of a timber. 



)endants d'un ceinturon. 
allonges d'un ceinturon. 
wrte epee. 
ceinturon. 
ceinture* 
belvedere. 

bane, etabli, bidet. 

bane de forerie, sepe. 
marbre. 

chantier de chevalets. 
rochet d'etabli. 

devidoir, tournetle. 

soje mecanique. 

presse d'etabli. 

batte. 

elan, etau d'etabli 

courbe; cambrure, cintre; pli, coude, 
detour, noeud, ajusle, avuste, 
gause. 

noeud marin ou plat. 

noeud de pecheur, noeud anglais, 
noeud de vache. 

noeud de haussiere. 

maitre gabarit ou contour du im\itre 

couple, 
jeu complet de gabarits. 
penle. 

convexite, partie convexe du cours 
d'un riviere. 

renlrant, partie renlrante d'unc ri- 
viere, coude (dans la langue des 
matelots). 

sinuosite, replis. 

noeud de tisserand, noeud d'ecoute. 
noeud temporaire. 
cintre de crosse. 

preceinles. 



preceintes de noeud. 

plier, cambrer, arquer, bander, 
tendre, flechir, courber, fausser, 
forcer, tortuer, bomber, deverser, 
ployer, cintrer, obeir, nouer, at- 
tacher, ajuster, avuster, faire 
un detour ou le coude, 

nouer, avuster, etalinguer le cable, 
etalinguer. 

etalinguer le bout de la chaine au 

mAt de Kiisairie. 
chauffer des bordages. 
enverguer une voile, 
garnir une voile d'etai. 
courbure, pli, flexion, bombement, 

coude, devers. 
machine a cin'rer les toles. 

besson. 



Huamaa ^acri. nopiyneH, 
HacTaBHofi peiaeafc y noaca. 
tlopxyueii, TCMafliti. 
[lopiynes, noact. 
Iloaci, Kymata, onoacKa. 

, Tepeni>, Camna 



CnepiHJbHUH CT3HOK1.. 

BepxHaa CTOpona cianHBH y TO- 



Kos.ihi. 

Ppe6eHita H nepe^uift KJHHI BK 

Bepciaist. 
MOTOBHJO. 
MexaHHiecKan nHJta. 
BHHTI ciaaKa, ciyjoBofi BHHTI. 
KoJoryniKa, MyniKaafc. 

HJIH TBCKH, ci MH- 

THCKH. 
, uontfn., na 
Hocxt; yaeai., 



HJH npanofi 



PuCanitifi HJH KOpoTKift 

, KOTOpUMl CBS3UBaTCa Wl- 
OeJBTOBlJ. 

, nJOCKifi fflTHKl. 

miiaHroyTi HJIH ofiBOfli MH- 
mnaHroyia. 



jaja. 



, CKJIOHI, HaKjoHenie npai- 

iM H3FH6T. 



., HSBHJlHHa piKH, H3BB*X y 

(BI> 
IBKOTOBHH 



yrojrt, a xaKaie H sa- 
ie xoOoia cHaay. 
Iloaca vi, KopaCeifcHOMi, CTpoema, 
HasuBacMue 6api oyrauH vis sejib- 
caun. 
BeH3ej y KanaiHaro 

, HarnCaTi., rnyTbca, 
ca; HaxarHBaTt; nanparait,- 
Haiica, HaK-iona 

sepeBKy KT. jpyrofi; 
napyct KI pei; 
ca sa 6oKi, KpeHHTica. 

KanaTi KT, aKopio, 
niTiiKT.; npHKptnnTt 
KI aKOpro. 

KOHCII,!. Utun 3a <j)OKt- 



napyefc KI pei. 
craKcejih. 
KpHBHsna, ropfinna, norK6^ ? HSFE- 

KZS crnCaHis 

. 

Cpyca, Opesna. 



Beading. 



53 



Between. 



bending of a vault V. arch. 
9106. Bending adj. 



2107. 
3108. 



bending strake. 
Beneaped adj. 



2109. Bent, S. 

2110. full cock bent (whole or 
top bent, art. 

2111. half cock bent. 

2112. bent -gouge, bent neck- 
gouge. 

2113. bent-lever. 

2114. bent of a lock. 

2115. saftv bent. 

2116. bent, adj. 



2111. bent rod. 

2118. Bentinck-shrouds (formerly 
used) . 

2119. Bermuda sails. 

2120. Berth, birth. S. 



2121. berths-deck. 

2122. enginere's berth, st. eng. 

2123. to give a rock etc. a wide 
berth. 

2124. The ship lies in a goad berth. 

2125. to Shift a berth. 

2126. sick berth. 

2127. sleeping berth. 

2128. surgeon's berth. 

2129. to take a goad berth. 

2130. to berth a ship's company. 

2131. Berhing bulwark of a mer- 
chant shipl. 

2132. berthing up a bulkhead. 

2133. Beset, v. a. 

2134. Beside, prep. 

2135. Besiege, V. a. 

2136. Besieged, part, and adj. 

2137. Besieger, S. 

2138. Besieging, adj. et p. 

2139. Besieging. S. 

2140. Besmear, v. a. 

2141. Besom, or broom, s. 

2142. Bespeak a vessel, a boat, 
to hail. 

Best bower anchor V. Anchor. 

2143. Best bower cable. 

2144. Bestow, v. a. 



2145. Beton (mortar used in buil- 
ding under water). 

2146. Betray, v. a. 



2147. Between, s. 



penchant, qui penche, qui va en 

pente, d6vers. 
hiloir, iloire. 
engrave, etre amorti, ne pas etre 

k not. 
coucbure, pli, tlexion, pente, pen-. 

chant, inclination, direction, 

coche, cran. 
cran de bande ou de depart, cran 

de 1'arme. 



cran de repos. 
bee de corbin. 
mouvement de sonnette. 

coche, cran. 

cran de surete. 

bande, arque, porte, applique, en- 
clin, determine, raidi, acharne, 
fixe, attache. 

bar re ronde pliee. 

haubans de fortune, haubans sim- 
ples ou impairs. 

trapezoidal, aurique, voile aurique. 

parage, poste; cabane, cajute, evitee. 



pont k cajutes. 

poste des mecaniciens. 

donner reun ou du tour a un ro- 

cher etc., ranger ou faire honneur 

k un ecueil. 
Le vaisseau est bien mouille, ou 

mouille en bon parage. 
changer de place, 
poste des malades. 
cabines a coucher. 
poste de chirurgien. 
mouiller en bon parage. 
billeter 1'equipage. 

cabinede 1'equipage sur lesvaisseaux 

marchands. 

cloisonner, faire un fronteau. 
assieger, cerner, environner, obse- 

der, embarasser. 
k cote, pres, aupres, hors de. 
assieger. 
assiege. 

assiegeant, assaillant. 
assiegeant, de siege, 
siege, assiegeant. 
tacher, salir, noircir, barbouiller, 

souiller. 
balai. 
faire raisonner. 



cable ordinaire. 

donner, accorder, placer, dispenser, 
departir, employer, depenser, ap- 
pliquer, consacrer, serrer, ranger. 

beton, concret. 

trahir, livrer, vendre, reveler, denon- 
cer, montrer, deceler, indiquer, 
accuser. 

intervalle, entre deux. 



CBKSHOH noaci najiyou, 

CyflHo, ocxaBmeecfl na MCJIH BO ape- 

MH OTJima, or>Mej1.Binui. 
Cra6i, nornd, naniCi, nanpase- 

nie, noKaTocxbj nanpaiuenie, 3a- 



Biopoii BSBofli HJH sapyCna, B-& 
KOiopyro, npn BSBe^eHin KypKa. 
Bxoffiiii meniajio cnycKHaro Kpi- 



HJH 3apy(5i:a jio- 



npo- 



JltlfflKH. 
J^OJIOTO C 



ptiian.. 



THH, narayTHfl, corHVTHfi; CKJIOH- 
HHH, ptniHTejbHHfi; ynopHufi. 



HITOEI. 



ie napyca (KOCHC). 
Mtcio, na KOTOpoMt i;opa(5j6 CTO- 
HTI na aKOpt; i;oi"u;a, 
KOBKI. 



ia MaI^[IHHCTOB^. 
06orHVTb Kasienb, oCoftra 



CTOHTI na xoporaewi. 
CTB. 
nepeid>HHTi> ^Kopnoe M^CTO. 



xopomee aKOpHoe Micxo 
PocnHcaiB no KOHKaiii. 



CBTKH Ha 

nepeCopKy 



, H3t, 

OcajEjaxi.. 



Ocajja, 
Maaait, 



OnpocHTL, neperoBOpiiis CT. 

HOM^. 



, Jtapnib, 



,3,aBaTh 
Baii.; 
noM 

Bexom 



ytiasaxb. 



Between. 



54 



Bidon. 



2148. between, prep. 

2149. between decks. 

21 50. space between or interval. 

2151. between wind and water. 

2152. Bevel, s. 



2153. bevel edge. 

2154. bevel gear or bevelled gear. 



2155. bevel of a handspike. 

2156. bevel joining. 

21 57. bevel joint. 

2158. bevel pinion. 

2159. bevel shoulder. 

2160. stationary bevel (for 45). 

2161. tenon with a bevel shoul- 
der, m. o. a. 

2162. bevel way. 

2163. bevel wheel. 

2164. Bevel, v. a. 



216a. Bevelled, part, and adj. 

2166. bevelled end of a hand- 
spike. 

2167. bevelled handspike. 

2168. bevelled piece of wood. 

2169. Bevelling, s. 

2170. Bevelling, adj. 

2171. standing bevelling. 

2172. under- bevelling. 

2173. Beware, v. a. 

2174. to beware of. 

2175. to beware of starboard helm. 

2176. Beyond, prep. 

2177. to rail beyond. 

2178. beyond sea. 

2179. Bias, s. 

2180. Bias, v. a. 

2181. Bias, adv. 

2182. to cut bias. 

2183. Bibbs. 



2184. Bib-cock, s. st eng. 

2185. Bible or bible press, s. 
art. 

2186. Bickern or beak iron s. 

2187. coppersmith's blckcron. 

2188. little blckern. 

2189. Bidon, s. (measure of five 
quarts) C. 



entre. 

entrepont, couradoux. 

entre deux, espace intermediate. 

a fleur d'eau. 

beveau ou buveau, biveau, fausse 
equerre, equerrage, biais, saute- 
relle, recipiangle; angle, angle 
oblique, equerre pliante. 

biseau. 

engrenage d'angle, engrenage coni- 
que, roues coniques, roue d'angle. 



biseau. 

adoucissement. 

assemblage en fausse coupe. 

pignon d'angle. 

embrevement. 

equerre, a onglet. 

tenon a renfort incline. 

d'angle oblique. 

roue d'angle, roue conique. 

couper a angles obtus ou aigu, 
couper de biais ou en sifflet; 
equerrer, degauchir, enfoncer, 
couper, tailler en biseau, travail- 
ler une pi6ce suivant son equer- 
rage. 

biais, coupe de biais ou a angle 

obtus ou aigu. 
pince ou biseau d'un levier. 

levier taille en biseau. 
about. 

biais, biseau, enfoncement, equer- 
rage. 

qui est de biais ou en biais, flacheux. 
angle obtus. 
angle aigu. 
meller, se mefier. 
se garder de. 
defler tribord. 

au dela, au dessus, dela, outre, 

hors de. 
depasser. 
transmarin. 
fort, pente, penchant, inclination, 

direction, objet, but, tendance, 
incliner, faire pencher, influencer, 

porter a, prevenir. 
de biais, de travers. 
couper de biais. 
couches. 



robinet. 

varlope pour les cartouches a fusees. 

bigorne. 
potence. 

bigorneau. 
bidou. 



Meaijy, nocpejii, cpe^n. 
npoctpaHCXBO, 
TOKI HJIH Bucoxa 



npocxpaHCXBo. 
BpoBenB ct noBepxHOCxiio 
MajiKa, no^BiiajHoft HJIH 

HayroiBHHKi; yroai, EOCOH yroij., 

rpaHB, CKOCI. 

Kocima, KOHu^iecKaa cxopona Kpana, 

Kpafi, CKOCI.. 

,pna;eHia 3y6iaTijMn KO- 
KonniecKoe cuinjeme, 
IIJH aa^tBaHie OAnaro 
3y6^aiaro KOjeca sa spyroe, KO- 
HHnecKoe syS^aioe KOJIBCO. 
Cpfot raninnyra. 

, CK.iajjKa; ciiycTHTb Ha 

Kocaa 

Kocaa mecxepHa. 
HlnyHTt, 



YHIKO y pymefiHaro cxBOJia ct Ha- 



, naiicKoci. 
HJIH Kocoe 3y6naxoe 
Koaeco. 

CKOCHXB, cptaaxL HaKoct, Bt siaj- 
ooxecaxt SPCBHO IUH Cpyci. 
; o6^;i;jiMBaxi> xynoft HJIH 
i; o6xecaxi> HJH o6oj- 

COOIBtxCXBeHHO 

a Koxopofi OHO 



Ky 
no 
ocxpuft 



xoft Benin, 



BKOCL, HaKOCB, BI> MajKy, na-Hixi. 
KOHeui punara H4n 



FpaHeHUH raHranyri,. 

OKOHeiHOCXB KyCI 

OGxecHBame no MajKt; HSMipeme 
yraa. 

.KOCOH, BKOCB, HaKOCB. 

Oxjitsaa MajKa HJIH xynofi yroiT>. 
Ilojinosafl MajiKa HJH ocxptift 
OcxeperaiBca. 



Oji;epa;HBaxB npaso, KjacxB npaso 



CBepxi, no xy cxopony^ sa. 



MHHOBaxB, npoxojHXB. 
3& M0peni>. 

KoCHHa, HOKaXOCXB; HaKJIOHHOCXB; 

HanpaBJieHie; n,tjiB, npeiuexi. 
CKJOH^XB; ynpasjiaxB, nuixB Bjia- 

Hie na. 
Koco, BKOCB. 
CptsaxB naKOCB. 
Kpacnimij HJIH inaHKH, 

MKia KT> MiiKcam fljifl 



Kpani. 
Py6aHOKi> 

HaKOBa.IBH3 

y 



Ka; 4 l P Ma y 



Bight. 



55 



Bill. 



2190. Bight, s. 



2191. bight of a sail. 

. Bllander, s. C. 



2193. Bilboes s. 

2194. Bilge, s. 

21 9o. bilge-chest. 

2196. bilge discharge pipe. 

2197. bilge-injection-pipe. 
bilge free v. free. 

2198. bilge planks. 
V. Ceiling. 

2199. bilge or barr-pump. 

2200. bilge pump pin or stud. 

2201. bilge suction pipe. 

2202. bilge-shores. 

2203. bilge-water. 

2204. bilge-ways. 

2203. bilge, v. a. and n. 

2206. A ship, that is bilged. 

2207. Bill, s. 



2208. bill of admeasurement C 

(Merchant Shipping Act. 17 et 18 
Victoriacc. 104. 21. 23. I. 24. 
LesM. S. A. p. 7.) V. Registry. 



2209. alien-bill. 



bill of an anchor v. anchor 
2210. bin-boards. 



bin of bottomry V. bottomry bond, 
bin-bows v. bilboes. 

2211. bin of costs C. 

2212. to draw a bill C. 



milieu, double (d'un cable) balant 
(d'un cordage); crique, calangue, 
anse; embarcadere, enfoncement, 
esterre. 

sein, creux, bourse de voile. 

bilandre. 



fers, bar res des prisoniers, bas de 

soie, boucles. 
petit fond, largeur du fond d'un 

vaisseau, plafond. 



boite a soupape de pompe de cale. 

luyau de decharge de la cale. 
tuyau, injection de la cale. 

vaigre ou vaigrage. 

pompe de cale, pompe de vaisseau. 
bouton de pompe de cale. 



tuyau d'aspiration de la cale. 

fardage. 

eau de fond de cale, eaux qui se 

trouvent au dessous du vaigrage 

d'un batiment. 
coites. anguilles, berceaux. 

etre creve (dans le fond), briser, 
toucher, se briser centre un 
rocher, defoncer. 

un vaisseau qui est creve dans son 
fond en echouant. 

bee, hallebarde, serped'armes, ha- 
chereau; billet, compte, note, fac- 
ture; extrait, depouillement; (re- 
QU, recipisse, quittance, acquit); 
assignation, bon (obligation), acte, 
memoire, proces verbal. 

lettre ou certiflcat du port d'un 
vaisseau. 

(Code de Commerce. Livre II litre 
6 et 273). 



bill des etrangers: loi anglaise tem- 
poraire qui astreint les etrangers 
& certaines formalites pour sejour- 
ner en Angleterre et qui per met 
a radministration de leur refuser 
rautorisation necessaire. 



equipets, douelles. 



memoire ou cahier des frais, compte 

de frais. 
tirer une lettre de change, une 

traite; tirer. 



inn BepeBKa, 

BI> Cyxiy; Cyxxa; cjaomia BH- 
caieft BepeBKH; He6ojn>raofi aa- 



Ilyso y napyca. 



CKOC cyfluo; mBe^cKoe H 
CKOC 2-xx, MaixoBoe cyjmo). 
KaHfta.m, Cyfi. 

Cpe^nie <|)jiopT>-TiiMCepcu y ciporo- 
maroca cyaHa; ropiisoHTajfcHaa 
KOpaSeibnaro TpMa, pe- 
: canaa 6ojn>inaa OKpya;- 

HOCTB 60HKH, T. 6. HepeST. BTJ'JlKy. 

Kopofina ct oanaHaMH npn 

HOfi HOMll'h. 

TpMHax oTMBHaa ipy6a. 
TpioMHaa naKainBaiomaa TpyCa. 



H BHyTpeHHaa oCiuiiBKa. 



noMna. 

H co6anKa OTI> TpioMeofi 
HOMDH; cxepseni. coeanHaioiniS 

mTOKl> TKMHOH HOiinU CT> 6a- 



noflcxaBKii aojcb Tosapi 
npoBOHa.iaa,^ iicnopxiiBmaaca 



Ilojo3i.a, na noxopHXt cnycKaioxt 

cyjia. 
ITpojoMHTica, noBpejiixtca Bt noj- 

BO^HOH 



KopaOjb 

BX IIO^DOJHOH 

OKOHCIHOCTB, ocxpie, HOCT.; xo- 
nopx.; KpiiBoft Hoati., ptaaKt, KO- 
capt; 3aniicKa, 6H.iexi>, cnexi,; 
; o6iaBJieHie, acciirHOB- 
na 



o pasMipaxt H CM- 
KOCTH cy^na. 

(Cfi. 3aK. T. XI Ycx. Topr. KH. Ill 
Pa3j. I Oxj. Ill ex. 792 1 H 2 

nyiiKxn Kptnocxn. Bx> $HHjaHjin 
cymecxByext ocoCenHHir jOKy- 
), xaKt nasuBaeMBifi matbref. 



AKXT> IlapJianeHxa oxnociixejiBHO 
HHOCxpanii.eB'i,: BpejieHHHfi -3a- 
KOHI> aniMiftcKin, no^MHuaiomift 
jejaiomHXT> noce- 
BI AnrJiin, pasHttiit <})0p- 
u flosBOJiaiomiH Ilpa- 
oxKasuBaxb B*L xpe- 
6yeMOMi> pasptmeein. 



, o6fflHBKa 

pyc.ienaMH juia^ aKopa, ^xoCa -npn 
onaro, ne o6i;npa.io 6opxa. 



Cnexx, 



TpaciipoBaxb ceKcejb, xpaxxy; co- 
Bepmnxb 



Bill. 



56 



Billets. 



2213. bin of entry C. 

(account of goods entered at 
the custom house, whether im- 
ported or intended for expor- 
tation. 

2214. bin of exchange C. 

(Mac Culloch. art. bill of ex- 
change). 



2215. bill-headed. 

2216. bin of health C. 



1) clean bill of health. 



2) doubtful, suspected or tou- 
ched bill of health. 



3) foul bill of health. 



2217. bin hook or hand bin. 

2218. bill of lading C. 

(Lees Laws of shipping III con- 
veyance of goods I. 2. p. 212 

221). 

2219. bill of parcels C. 

2220. bill-pendant. 

2221. bin of sale (great or grand 
bill), certificate of sale C. 

(Merchant Shipping Aci. 17 et 
18 Victoriae Cap. 104. Art. 81 
Schedules form. E. and form. N.) 



2222. bill of sight or view C. 

2223. bin of store (a licence gran- 
ted by the custom house, to 
merchants lo carry such sto- 
res and provisions, as are 
necessary for o voyage, duty 
free*. C. 

2224. bin of sufferance (a licence 
granted at the custom house 
to a merchant to suffer him 
to trade from one english 
port to another without pay- 
ing custom). 

2225. bill of tonnage C. 

(Merchant Shipping Act. 17 et 
18 Victoriae Cap. 104. Sec. 21. 
22. 23. 21. 

2226. BUI, s. 
2221. Billet, s. 
2228. to draw billets. 



declaration d'entree. 



lettre de change tiree, traite, ap- 
point. 

(Code de Commerce Livre I litre 
YIII Section 1 et 1 Art 110 et 111). 

k bee de corbin. 

billet de sante, patente de sante. 



patente nette. 
patente suspecte. 

patente brute. 



serpe, courcet, faucillon. 
connaissement, brevet, police de 
chargement. 

(Code de commerce Livre II litre 
VII Art. 281 283). 

fact u re. 

pendeur de pataras, pendeur de 

candeletle, pantoire de palan. 
Central de la construction ou de la 

vente d'un navire, acte de pro- 

priete du navire. 

(Code de Commerce, Livre II Tilre 
IV. Art 226. Art 13 du decret du 
2" Vendemiaire an 2). 

certiflcat de douane. 
patente de victuailleur, permission 
d'avitailler un vaisseau. 



permis, licence dc sortie ou d'ex- 
porlation, permission de trafiquer 
d'un port anglais a 1'autre, sans 
payer aucun droit de douane. 



leltre du port d'un vaisseau. 

(Ordonnance du 18 Novembre 
1837 et ordonnance du 18 Aout 
1839, circulates ministerielles 
du 29 Mars et 28 Juillet 1854). 

bille. 

billet, billet de logement, logement, 
chez 1'habitant, bulletin; buche. 
etablir, preparer le logement. 



2229. exempt from or not liable exempt de logement ou de la craie. 
to billets. 



JI,eKjapauia; ofoflsaeHie BI 
fii naKi, o npHBOSHBixi 
H o 



Tparra, ipacHposKa, ne- 



(CB. 3aK. T. XI FCT. Topr. KH. II 
Pastf. I la. I Owfejiema I H II CT. 
540553). 

Cl> SarHyTHMT. KOmnKOMl. 

KapaHTHHHOe CBBUVETeaBCTBO (nojy- 
laeaioe cysHOin. nepe^i. BMXO- 
SOMI, ESI nopia). 

KapaHTHHHOe CBHJTETejlBCTBO HSi 
MtCTt HJIH HHCT06 

CBHjtTeJIBCTBO. 
KapaHTHHHHOe CBH- 

(T. e. KapaHTHHHOe 

, BtWaHHOO H31 

Koro nopia 



COMHHTCJIBHOe BapaHTHHHOe 

H3t 



KpnBOu no;r.i,, pfoaKt. 

(onHCb TOsapOBi, rpy- 
pocnnct. 

CB. 3an. T. XI YCT. Topr. KH. 
Ill Pasi. II TAasa YI Oifl. II 
CT. 1012, 1013 H 1014). 

ft ciert. 



<I>ai;Typa, n 
IIIi;eHTe.ib-TajiH. 



KptnocTB na K0pa6.ii>, 

(Cfl. oai;. T. XI YCT. Topr. KH. 
Ill Pasi. I Fjiasa I. OT^jienie 3 
CT. 792 797 H Tjiasa II Pasj. 
2 CT. 854858). 
. (tfopiaa naTeHTa, CM. 
KI CT. 839 H 850). 



Tako/neHHuft EHJIT. o 
,I,o:!BOJieHie on TaiaosHH BHBOSHTB 
CesnorajiHHHO npanacH H 



Jl,03BOJieHie OTT, TaMosHH nepeso- 

3HTB TOBapH H31> O^HOfO aHFJliM- 

CKaro nopia Bt ^pyroft Cesnoni- 

JHHHO. 



BMiCTHTCJBHOCTH 



cyji,Ha B 

(B. 3aK. T. XI. YCT. Topr. KH. 
Ill Pasji;. I TJiaBa.I OT^. ni CT. 
792 Oia. IV CT. 798. 



Kycoitt ciajiH Bt 

BH;TE. 
IlHCBMeuo, sanncKa, 6njieTi; 

Ha IIOCTOH; nojTBHO. 
HpuroTOBHTB noMtmeHie, nocioft 

OTI nocToa. 



Billets. 



57 



Bipartite. 



2230. billet* of flrewood. 

2231. to give out the billets. 

2232. to have the biiieta made 
out. 

billet head V. bollard. 

2233. in billet*. 

2234. iron billet. 



2235. billet or lodging money 

2236. billet-master. 

2237. Billet, v. a. 



2238. Billeted, part. 

2239. Billiard, -. 

22 40. billiard-hoops. 

2241. to drive the iron hoops of 
the masts and yards by me- 
ans Of the billiard. 

2242. Billow, s. 

2243. Bin, s. 

2244. Bind, s. 

2245. Bind, v. a. and n. 

2246. to bind over. 

2247. to bind shoe or tire a wheel. 

2248. to bind or tie with. 

2249. to bind with iron. 

2250. Binder, s 



2251. binder of au epaulet. 

2252. Binding, s. 



2253. binding frame for pilework 

2254. binding hoop. 

2255. binding joint or trimmer. 



2256. binding piece or truss wedge. 

2257. binding with packthread. 

2258. binding or shoeing wheels, 

2259. binding strakes. 

2260. binding wire. 

2261. Binge, V. a. 

2262. Binnacle or bitUjrle, s. 

2263. binnacle of a galley. 

2264. binnacle lamp. 

2265. Binocie, s. (binocular teles- 
cope). 

2266. Bipartite, adj. 



bUlettes. 

distribuer les logements ou Ics bil- 
lets, 
faire le logement. 



oge chez ('habitant, 
fer afline ou pudle. 



indemnite de logement. 

repartiteur. 

loger, donner billet de logement, 

marquer a la craie, loger chez 

1'habitant. 
loge chez 1'habitant, hors de la 

caserne, 
billard. 



cercles. 

attacher les cercles de for aux mats 

et aux vergnes au moyen du 

billard. 
vague, flot, houle, lame, coup de 

mer. 
huche, reduit, fariniere, office, cof- 

fre, manne. 
terre endurcie et melee d'oxide de 

fer. 

Her, enlier, attacher, serrer, res- 

serrer, armer, bander, border, 

cimenter, elreindre, garnir, obli- 

ger, engager, arreter. 
obliger a comparaitre. 

embattre une roue, embatre ou em- 

battre. 
flceler. 
ferreter. 
lieur, bandelette, attache, lien, tiret, 

chevetre, liaison, guigneau, hart, 

parpaing. 
passant ou bride d'epaulelte. 
bandage, ligature, liaison, lien, bor- 

dure; ferrement; fer de cap de 

mouton. 
raineau. 

cercle, ruban. 

chev6tre, solive dVnchevetrure, 

sommier, travon, cheveteau, che- 

veirier. 

moi?e ou amoise, liaison. 
ficelement. 

e-mbatage ou emballage des roues. 

virures. 

fil de fer pour la sondure. 

combuger (les futailles). 

habitacle, gesole. 

gingeole. 

lampe d'habitacle, verrine. 

binocle. 

rai-partie. 



Apoaa, noj 



OHJCTU Ha KBaptHpu, 
i/iTb KBaprHpti. 
no ruapinpasn.. 



Ha nocxot. 



BI aieateo 
HUMT. cnoco6oMt. 



HocxaBHTb na HOCTOH. 

Ha nocro'L 

, HacaflKa, jKe-rksHufi Cpyes, 
lacajKHBaioTt Cyreaa 
na Maun.! H pen. 
Byre.iH. 
HafiiiBarb 6yrejiH na MaiiH n pesr 

pOMaHOMT>. 

BO-ina. 



Japi., 



SCMJIH c% 

OKHCH. 

; o(>a- 

, c;r,HMaTBca; 
; 6tiT& 



npe^cxaiB na cyjtii, o6z- 
aBHTBca KT> cyiy. 

IHHHH Ha KOJieca, OKO- 
KOJieca 



Ofiasb, nonc'b, OKOBKa, CKo6a, sa- 



SacxeiEKa anojexa, noront. 

a, noacx, oSflasb, CBSSB; se- 
jocita; OKOBKa BOKpyri 

K>(|)epCOBT>. 

a, nepesasKa, neper; jajtnna, 



Byrejb, copy TO, KO.IBIIO, Kpyrt. 

oiHriKi BT, naKait, ci;o6a 
OKOJO ipyfiij; no^ciaBKa 



Oci; pacnopKa; 

npuxBaTHBanie DIKH- 

MyfflKOIO. 

HaxaniBanie muni, na Ko.ieca; OKO- 

BUBanie KO.ICCI ninHaMH. 
.Usa noaca BT> ^eut CJHST, KapjnH- 

COB1>. 

npoBO.tOKa nxx cnptn- 



, sanapnib CoHEy. 
HaKToys'B. 

Miicio, r^t CTOHTT> KOMnacx. 
HaKxoysnaa Jiaiina. , 

TpyCa. 



, cociaBjen- 
list ^Byxi> pasHHx^, HO 
lacieii. 



Birch. 



58 



Bills. 



2267. Birch, s. Dot. 

(Betula). 

2268. black-birch. 

2269. Bird's eye, adj. 

2270. bird's eye view. 

2271. bird's nest on a mast. 

2272. Oii-dins, S. 

2273. birdlug piece. 

2274. biremis, s. ancient galley 
with two tiers of oars. 

Birth v. berth. 
2273. Biscuit, s. 

2276. biscuit kit or tub. 

2277. biscuit loft. 

2278. biscuit (bread) room. 
2879. sea or ship biscuit. 

2280. Bistre, s. 

2281. Bit, s. 



auger bitV. auger. 

2282. boring bit. 

2283. bottom bit, art. 

2284. brace-bit, bit of the brace. 

2285. conical bit (for the breech 
of a barrel) art. 

2286. first bit in boring art. 

2287. fuse bole conical bit, art. 

2288. last bit or polisher. 

2289. bit maker. 
229o- set of bits. 

2291. spill and bit or polishing bit. 
art. 

2292. square tapering or reaming 
bit. 

2293. taper bit. 

2294. Bit or bitt the cable, v. a. 
Bite of a ship V. Cutwater. 

2295. Bite v. 

2296. to bite off the top of the 
cartridge. 

2297. Bitts, bits, s. 

1) the pins, bitt pins or main 
uprigts. 

2) the cross piece. 

3) the standards or spurs. 

4) the bolts of the bitts. 

8) the step of the bitt-pins. 
6) the slanders of the bitts 

2298. after-bits. 

2299. bow-sprit bitts v. partuers. 

2300. two pair of cable bitts. 

2301. the cable double bitted. 

2302. carrick bitt. 

2303. doubling of the bitts. 

2304. fore gear bitts. 

2305. fore top sail sheet bitts. 

2306. Gallows bitts. 

2307. bitt-head. 

2308. lining or doubling of the bitt* 



bouleau, bois de bouleau. 

bouleau noir. 

a vue d'oiseau. 

plan a vue d'oiseau, projection ho- 

rizontale. 
cage, echangette. 
ferrure. 

fusil de chasse. 
bireme. 



biscuit, 
corbillon. 
menuerie. 
soute a biscuit, 
galette. 

bistre, suie detrempee. 
epinglette, degorgeoir, morceau, 
piece, bout, brin. 



foret. 

fraise (a cnlever la parlie du grain 

qui entre dans i'ame). 
meche de vilebrequin. 
quille, taraud a quille. 



langue de carpe, foret poinlu, 

amorc.oir. 
fraise pour 1'oeil de bombe. 

alesoir, allezoir, alezoir. 

lormier. 

trousse ou assemblage de forets. 

meche, mouche. 



fleuret, pere,oir a couronne. 



aldsoir conique. 
bitter le cable. 

mordre en parlant de 1'ancre, lors- 

qu'elle accroche le fond, 
dechirer la cartouche. 

bittes. 

1) montants des bittes, piliers 
des bittes. 

2) traversin des bittes. 

3) courbes des bittes. 

4) pailles. 

5) carlinque des bittes. 

6) taquets des bittes. 
bittes de derriere. 
chambrage. 

les deux bittes du cable. 

le cable double aux bittes. 

bitte laterale du vindas. 

coussin de bitte. 

bittes des drisses de misaine. 

petits bittons. 

potence pour soutenir les mats de 
mine el vergnes de rechange. 

tete de bittes. 

chevet de traversin des bittes, cous- 
sin de bittes. 



Eepesa. 

Kope^Bcitaa Gepesa. 

Csepxy. 

UjaHt, BUJI CBepxy; r 

naa nposKuja. 
CaiHnn, na KuxoCofiHOMt 
IKeaisHaa OKOBua HJH onpasa. 



Enpesia, ciapiiHHoe cyjHO 

Bece.ii) na Ka;jofi CTO 



Cyxapt. 

Baut nan cyxapefi. 

CyxapHMfi sa 



cyxapt. 
Bucipi, xeMno-T.ejTOBaTaa KpacKa. 



; fiopo^Ka (y Kjnona); nepKa 
(y 6ypaBa); itycoKT>, 



BHCBepjinBaHia pyjnefi- 
Haro CTBo.ia na HHCTO. 
Ilepna y KOJioBopoxa. 

jiJi/i jvkuaida m> KasenHoft 
ciBOJia BIIHTOBUXI napt- 

SOKl,. 

OcTpoe JOJOTU.O y opya;eHHHKOBi>; 
nepiia ILIH noBopoTHoe csepjio. 
oiKa KZS 



KpacHoe HJIH OKOHiaiejiBHoe CBepjo. 
Cjiecapt. 

CB33Ka CypaBOBi,, csepJiOBi. 
HexupexrpaHHoe csepjio 6esT> Ha- 
T(.TII coaaiHBania 



. 

JI,ojiOT'iaTUH oypx, wa pyinaro 6y- 

peniff, iipn nopo 

Baxi>. 

KoHiinecKoe csepjo. 
na 



(roBOpa o 
naxponi. 



, KHCXTU. 
1) IOJOBKH. 



2) 

3) 

4) BmeHri. 

5) Cienc^ 6HTeHra. 
6) 



6HTenra. 

na o6a 6HTenra. 



Ha 

KHSXTH (J>OKOBHXf. 
KHCXTH 4 ) P' I> ' Ma P ca JDKOTOBI. 
Pociepn. 



Kpaciraca. 



Bitts. 



59 



Blacksmith. 



2309. main pear bitts. 

2310. main top-sail sheet bitts. 

2311. pawl or paul bitts. 

2312. riding bitts. 

23 13. bitt-stopers. 

2314. top sail sheet bills. 

2315. turn round the bitts. 
Windlass bitts V. carrick bitts. 

2316. Bitter, s. 

2317. The ship stopped by her cable 
is said to brought up to a 
bitter 

2318. bitter end. 
Bitt v. bit. 

1319. but and stop! 

2380. Bitumen, s. 

2321. Bivouac, s. 

2322. Bivouac, V. U. 

2323. Black. 

2324. lamp-black. 

2325. black adj. 

2326. black hook. 
2321. black cherry tree. 

(Cerasus duracina.) 

2328. Biackbeart, black green- 
heart, greenheart. 

(Yonacapuna Americana). 

2329. black hole. 

2330. black iron. 

2331. black jack (Z n S.) 

2332. black lead. 



2333. black lead crucible. 

2334. black lish. 

2335. black oakum. 

2336. black spots in iron. 



2337. black spotted. 

2338. black strakes. 



2339. black strap. 



2310. black vernish. 

2341. black wall hitch. 

2342. Blackwork, s. 

2343. Blacken, v. a. 

2344. Blackening, s. 

2345. blackening or wash 
sand moulds. 

2346. Blacking, s. 

2347. Blacksmith, s. 



for 



bittes. 

Grands billons. 

potence des elinguets. 

bitles de cable. 

bosses de biltes. 

bitton, sep de drisse d'ecoute, seps 

d'ecoutes des huniers. 
tour de bittes. 

tour de cable sur les bittes, bitture. 
vaisseau entrave par son cable. 



bout de bitte. 
bitte et bosse! 

bilume. 

bivouac, bivac. 

bivouquer, bivaquer. 

noir. 

noir de fumee ou ii noircir. 

noir. 

livre des punilions. 

merisier. 

Ouapacou. 



cachot, prison. 

t61e. 

blende, sulfure de zinc nalurel. 

plombagine, graphite, mine de plom- 
be, galene, alquifoux, potelot, 
plomb noir. 

creuset en graphite. 

liste des individus sous jugement. 

etoupe noire ou goudronnee. 

cendrures. 



cendreux. 
bandes. 



sobriquet donne par les matelots 
anglais aux vins de la Mediter- 
ranee. 



vernis no;r. 

gueule de raie simple. 

ouvrage de forgeron, taillanderie. 

noircir, rendre noir, souiller. 
poussiere de charbon, cendrage, 

noircissement des moules. 
enduit a noircir les moules. 

cirage, noir. 
forgeron, taillandier. 



KnexTti rpoxoBuxi ropaeaefi. 

KHCXTH rpOTi> Mapca HIKOXOBI. 

CXOJIKH y 

Ii'aim IIMI- 

Cxonopa y 

KHBXXH Mapca-mKOTOBi. 

3aJoa;nxB nanan, na OHTCHIX. 

Illjart, oSopoxi nanaTa Ha 6nxem"B. 

Korja Kanaxi xyro o6x3Hexr. 6n- 

TCHrt, roBOpHTca: Kopa(5jiB npH- 

Jiic.n, Ha i;;ui:rn,. 



3ajio;KHTB KaHaii na 6HieHrn n no- 
.1035HTB cxonopa. 



, CTOflTB Ha 6HBaKaXI>. 



Caa;a; 



caxa. 



Kniira JI.IH 
Hepemna. 



, pacTymifi BI HOBOH 
n BI CypHHaMCKoS 06- 
jacxn. 
ApeciaHTCKaa. 



; unnKOBaa oCsiaHKa; cip- 

HHCTLUI UIIHKl. 

rpa(}uiT7>, Ti 



CHHCOKT, 



cyji;oMi>. 



liycTOTu BI 

OTI> nocTOponnnxt 



Korji,a oHi naxoji;njca B-L pacnjaB- 
jeHHOMt cocToanin. 
Ct ^epHUMH naxHaMH; 
noaca 



HO ESLJCb BCJlLCaMIi; OHH HOIOMy 

HasBaau yepnuMH, ixo iipacaxca 

06HKHOB6HHO lepHUMl) IljBtxOM'B. 

HasBanie O^HOIO ntcxa 
Mopt OKO.IO PnCpajixapa, rjt 
noxoa;a uBtxoui Ha Kpac- 
Hoe BJIHO, oxnycKaeuoe na KO- 
paGan; OHO rycxo H HCBKycno; 
3x0 nacMiuuniBoe nasBanie 060- 
y iiaTpocoBt Bet Buna 

isopa. 

Bapiuiuii, ^epnaa KpacKa BT. 
.iaKy. 

jt, Koxopuat xajipen'b naji- 
saexca na raKi> BO Bpesia xarn 
Bauxi.. 

KoBaHHoe sejfoo; pejiecjo 
a;e.it30. 



Yro.ibHaa HIJJIB; 

(j)OpMH. 

icpniHia 



Caata. 



Blacksmith. 



60 



Blast. 



2348. blacksmith's workshop. 

2349. blacksmith's cutter. 



2350. Blade, s. 



2351. blade of a bayonet 

1) the point. 

2) the back. 

3) the flat. 

4) the fullers, fullering. 

2352. broad part of a blade. 



2353. damascus blade. 

2354. flat blade. 

2355. furrow or hollow of a sword 
blade. 

2356. hollowed blade. 

2357. blade of an oar. 

2358. blade of a saw, saw blade. 

2359. blade of a screw. 

2360. blade of a sword, sword- 
blade. 

1) the shoulder, flattened 
shoulder. 



2) the forte. 

3) the faible. 



4) the taug. 

5) the point. 
6] the back. 

-) the back chamfer. 

8) the flat- 

9) the edge. 

2361. trigger blade, m. o. a. 

2362. Blair, a mixture of hair 
and Archangeltar, used for 
tightening the seams of 
boats. 

2363. Blamable, adj. 

2364. Blame, s. 

2365. Blame, V. 



2366. Blanch, v. a. 

2367. blanch iron. 

2368. Blank, s. 
2360. Blank, adj. 

2310. blank cartridge, art. 

2371. to fire blank cartridge. 

2372. blank charge 

2373. Blast, s. 



ferronnene. 
tafflet. 

lame, allumelle, tige, tuyau, feuille, 
brin. 

lame de baionnette. 

1) la pointe. 

2) le dos. 

3) la face. 

4) cannelures, gouttieres. 

amour ou baiser. 



lame de damas ou damasquinee. 

lame non evidee. 

gouttiere. 

lame videe ou evidee. 

plat, pelle, palme d'aviron. 

lame de scie, scie. 

aile d'helice. 

lame du sabre ou de i'epee. 

1) talon. 



2) fort de la lame. 

3) faible de la lame. 



4) soie. 

5) pointe. 

6) dos. 

7) faux tranchant ou biseau. 

8) plat 

9) tranchant, taillant. 
lame de la detente. 

melange de goudron et de poils. 



blamable. 

blame, reproche, faute, offense. 

blamer, reprendre, censurer, con- 
dam ner, redire, desapprouver, 
accuser. 

blanchir. 

etamer de la t61e. 

blanc, but. 

blanc, sans balle, faux. 

cartouche k poudre, d'exercise ou 
sans balle. 

tirer a poudre. 

charge a poudre. 

souffle, vent, explosion, detonation, 
bouffee, bise,' autan. 



2374. blast apparatus, engine or soufflerie, machine soufflante, trom- 
machine. pe. 



pajr>; 



OfciKa HJIH syoHJio 



i; KJMHOKi; jionacxi>; ste- 
.TEiHiaa OKOBKa flHpi.; rojiOBKa py- 

I, BHMUOBOKT, H Up. 



Ocipie 

aessea. 
Bca njiocnaa cxopona. 

HJIH yrjiyfijieHia Ha nosepx- 

HOCTflXt flC3Bea. 

DPH^HJIB y mTUKOBoft Tpy6nH: nacTK 
seafea, Koxopoio uiTHKOBaa Tpy6- 
r,a npiiuapnnacTCfl KT> IHTHKOBOH 
; KycoKi H;c.ii>;;a, JM OT- 

IHTHKOBOH tpy6KH. 
(6yaaTHHft) K.IHHOKI. 
KJIHHOKI. 

K.mni;a. 



EJIHHOKI. 

JIonacTt y Ee&aa. 
JIe3Bee nn.iu. 
.lonacTB, KpHjo rpe6naro 

H.IH ca6ejibHHM KJHHOET.. 



1) Tojcxaa HJIH HHXHHH 

KJHHK3 (OKOJIO O^HOM 

BceM XJIHHH ero), 6jiH;afi- 
raaa KT> cTepaiemsy 

2) Cpe^HHa lacTi, 

3) Caa6aa HJIH nnatHaa 
KjHHKa (OKOJIO ojtuofi 
Bcefi JJIHHH ero). 

4) CiepaseHB HJIH ciepnieneKi 
^afl yKptnjieHia ecj>eca. 

5) OcxpHft K 

6) CnHHKa, 

7) HuajHsa ocxpaa nacxfc CHHH- 
EH. 

8) IIJiocKaa TOCXB Mea;^y CDHH- 
KOJO H jiesBeeiTB. 

9) JlesBee. 

nacxi. cnycKa HJIH co6anKH 
npn pyatefiHOHT> 
rapniyca. 



^OCTOHHBIH nopnii,ania. 
IIopimaHie, xy.ia; BHna; 
ynpeKi 

xyjiHXb; BHHHXL; 
'b; ynpeKaxt. 



XOJIOCXOH. 
Xojiocxoft naxpon't. 

Cxpt,jiaxB XOJIOCXHMT, 
XoJiocxofi sapaji^. 
^ynoBenie; sixp^, nopHBi; 
pie; BspHBt, pasjioaienie, socnjia- 



Mamnna (npn n.ia- 

BHJIbHHXl HJIH JIHTeftHEIXl 

H np.; syxoBaa Manmna. 



Blast. 



61 



Blast. 



837 5 to blow off or lei on the 

blast. 

2376. to biw off a ship 
Mil. blast-cock. 
8378. cold blast. 

2379. blast cylinder. 

2380. Mast-bole. 



2381. hotrblant. 

2382. blast-meter. 

2383. moderate blast, tempered, 
soft blast. 

8384. nozzle of the Uwt pipe. 



2385. blast-pipe, st. eng. 
238C. blast-powder. 

8387. blast or puff of wind. 

2388. Sharp blast. 

2389. blast or smelting furnace. 

1) the shaft, fire room, 
tunnel. 

2) the belly. 

3) the lining, shirt, first 
lining, coating of fire- 
bricks. 

4) the second lining or ca- 
sing. 

5) the stuffing. 

6) the mantle, onter stack 
or building outside work. 

1) the mouth, fur nace top. 
8) the landing, plateform. 

0) the wall, crown, dome. 

10) the boshes 

11) the hearth. 

12) the crucible. 

13) the bottom or sole of 
the crucible. 

14) the dam. 

15) the lap hole, tapping 
hole. 

1C) the tymp arches, wor- 
king arches, folds, foulds. 
!") the Iwyer arches, tuyer 

arches, twere arches. 
18; the tuyere, twere, tuyere- 
iron, twere iron. 
239W. blast furnace or smilting 
furnace blown with healed 
air. 

2391. bfasi, smelling furnace cin- 
der. 

539*2. blast v. a. 
23S3. u Wast under water. 



donner le vent, faire agir les souf- 

flels. 

prendre le vent, 
robinet du siftlet. 
air froid. 
soufflet cylindrique, soufflet a piston. 

petard; tuye>e. 



air chaud. 

anemometre applique aul soufflets 

de forge, 
vent faible. 

buse, buze. 



tuyau d'echappement de vapeur, 

tuyau de jet de vapeur. 
poudre de mine. 

raffale ou bouffee de vent. 

Vent fort. 

haul fonrneau, fourneau a courant 

d'air force, & soufflets. 
cuve; cheminee. 

venire. 

parois, paroi principal, revelement 
int6rieur en briques ou en pierres 
refractaires. 

fausses parois, contre parois, che- 
mises. 

remplissage. 

manteau, double muraillement, mas- 
sif. 

gueulard. 
plate-forme. 



mar de bataille. 

etalages; bosses. 

ouvrage. 

creuset. 

Sole, pierre de fond. 

dame. 

trou de coulee. 



encorbeillement de tympe, embrasu- 
re de travail. 

encorbeillement de soufflets ou de 
tuyere, embrasure de tuyere. 

tuyere. 

fourneau h air chaud. 



laitier, scorie du haul fourneau. 

pelarder, faire sauler des mine?, 
petarder sous 1'eau. 



KOMI. 



Kpaui 

XOJOJHOC 



, j,tficxBOBaxi> CBHCX- 
OTI 6epera. 

BosjyxojyBHas na~ 



Ilexapw, yuyfaeiiie IUH 

cji-iannaa in. Kaitiii, H sapasea- 
aaa nopoxoM'i.; (Jtypua, Bl fjO- 
neiaxi,, xpHHHUxi rop- 
H ii. 



HHCTpyMCHT'B 



H3- 



YiitpeBnoe 



Conjo K.IHL rpy6Ka y paa;iyBajii.Haro 
>ttxa H Boo6in,e y BosjyxojyBHoft 
MamHiiH; 4>yp>iHHoe OTBepcxie (BI. 
nenaxi); xpyCa ^UJLH Jiapfc), no 

KOTOpOK XCHCT^ BO.W Ha BOJO- 

AtficxByin,ee KOJIPCO. 
Tpyfia OTpaGoxaHuai'o napa. 

MBHHUH nopoxi. (wa MHIIT., wa 
a KiiMHeu H np.j. 



ne<n>, 
Illaxxa lOMennoii neiH. 



PaciunpeHiiaa vacTb niaxru. 
Bca BJiyrpenHocxt iiein, H.IH xoi- 
Ht.e, crtna BOKpyn. inaxxu. 

Hapyjiiiua cxtim ^OMCHHOH IICHH. 
oacunt iipocxpaacxBa Meavjty cxt- 

HaMH. 

Kopnyci H.IH Koatyxi. 
KOJOCHHKI. 

IIOMOCXt npH HtKOXOpHXl SOM6H- 

HUX'J. ne^axi, ycxpOHBacMHH BO- 
Kpyri jtoaocHHKa. 
Haiiu.itinna, (cxiHi;a Burae KOJIOC- 

BHKa). 

Pacnapi. 

Popni. 

HHatnaa nacxt ropna oxi> 

.10 4>ypMH. 
,3,oHHaa jocKa (nyrynHaa) BI K 

HOMI ropny; .icma^b. 
TeMne.ibHufi nopori, xeMneat. 
BanycKHoe oxsepcxie HJIH OHKO", 

jja BUnycKa pacn.iaBjenHaro Me- 

xajja; (jtypManoe oxBepcxie. 
IIpocxpaHcxBO no^T. CBO,\OMT> y pa- 

ConeH cxopoHU IOMCUHOH ne^H. 
UpocxpancxBo iiOA'b CBO^OMT> y 4>yp- 
cxopoHU ,i;oMenHoft uein. 



Topm, ci. npnxoKOMi , narptxaro 
Bosjyxa. 



. no.r.i 



Blasting. 



Block. 



2394. Blasting, s. 

2395 blasting charge. 
2396. blasting under water. 
239". Blaze, s. 

2398. Blaze, v. a. 

2399. to blae trees. 

2400. Biea (or sapwood), s. 



2401. Blemish, S. 

2402. Blemometer, S. 



2403. Blend, v. a. 

2404- Blende, s. 

Bienometer V. blemometcr. 

2405. Blight, S. 

2406. Blind, s. 

24(1". Blind, adj. 

2408. blind cual. 

2400. blind obedience. 

2410. Blind, v. a. 

2411. Blindage, s. 



2412. Blink, s. (clear spot in a 
cloudy sky). 

2413. ice-blink, blink of the ice 

or the land. 



2414. Blister, s. 

2415. blister steel. 

2416. blisters on steel of cemen- 
tation. 

2417. blisters on tin. 

2418. Blistered part, and adj. 

2419. blistered or bar steel v. 
blister-steel. 

2420. blistered copper. 

2421. blistered iron. 

2422. Block, s. 



anvil block V. Anvil. 

2423. arse of a block. 

2424. bee block. 

2425. block and block. 



2426. bollock-blocks. 

242". boring or cutter block, 
bottom of a block Y. arse of 

a block. 

2428. bottom of the sheave hole 
of a block. 

2429. brace-block. 



petar dement, souffle, explosion. 

charge du petard, 
pelardement sous 1'eau. 
flamme, eclat, bruit, 
flaraber, jeterdes flammes, eclater, 

briller, luire. 
marquer des arbres. 
aubier, bloc. 



tache, defaut, manquemcnt, tare, 

defourni. 
blemometre . 



meler, joindre, nuancer. 
blende, sulfure de xinc nalurel. 



brouine, bruine, rouilli 1 . 

blinde, blindage, jalousie, masque, 

voile, treillis. 
aveugle. 
Houille scche d'Ecosse el d'lrlande. 

obeissance aveugle. 

blinder, aveugler, aveugler une voie 

d'eau. 
blindage, blindes. 



eclaircie , clairon (endroit du ciel 
qui parait clair dans I'obscurite). 

blancheur de 1'horizon retlechie par 
les glaces ou la terre. 



bavure, ampoule, surchaufl'ure, 
goutte froide, bulle, elevure, bube, 
vessie, paille. 

acier poule. 

ampoules. 

vesicules de fer blanc. 

ampoule". 

acier de cementation, cemente ou 

poule. 

cuivre ampoule, 
rouverain, fer surchaufle. 

bloc, cale, billot, tasscau, masse, 
cap , cabrion , bandet, forme, 
echantignole, poulie. 



cul d'une poulie. 
poulie de beapre. 
situation d'un palan dont les deux 

poulies se touchent ou se bai- 

sent. 
poulie d'itague des drisses des hu- 

niers. 
porte-lame, tourteau d'alesoir. 



le fond de la morlaise d'une poulie. 
poulie de bras. 



ca;arie Bosjiyxa nepejn. 
opyaia, npa 



BspHBa no^t 
dame, 6.iecin>. 



(MosHaiaxi, 

BOJIOHB, sadojioHB, o6ojioin>; 
i;aa ^tacit jepesa, 

Kopo;_ 



HejocTaioKi, iiopoKt, norpf,nmocTfc. 



pyaiefiHaro 



cjiy- 

HSMtpenia upyainm. 



, imHKosaa o6naHKa, cbp- 

HHCTafi 1I.HHKT.. 

FOJOBIM; paiaBiHHa. 
SacaoHi, ptmeTEa; TafiHHKi,; 

.,,, ,\ 
Ciinoii. 
Cyxoft KaMCHHuft yroit 

CKift H lIpJtaHACKifi). 

Cjtnoe noBHHOBenie. 

oaKonoiia^HBaTb: 6JHH- 
, npiiKpuTB 6jiiHji;aa;eMT.. 
B.iHHji;aKi>, S.M npHKpuxia on ne- 

nplHiejIbCKHXTj BHCTpiiHOBT,; ()S.vm- 

AH, jepeBaHiiue Cpycta 
jaza. 

Ha oGjiaiHOM-L 



na 



oxi CB^ra jiejtaHHXi. ropi; 
Ha ropnaoHxa, OTpaa;aeuaa .ib^ii- 
naiiH nan CeperoMi.. 
Ilyoupi,; nepOBHOCTii, sasyCpHHH no 
itpaaMt cJioiiaHnaro Mexajuia; njie- 
na Bt jieTaxiaxi; oi;ajinna. 



Ha noBepxHOCTn 

flOH CTaJH. 

na aiecra. 



KpacHO-ioMKoe 



T,, ijypCaHi; oiifia, luiaxa; 
I; ocbMnyrojiLHaa HJIH Kpyr- 
mnopa cxeHert; SJIOKH, 



EJOKH na TOKcaxi, y CymnpHTa. 

ct 6jOKOMi> y Taaeft, Korjja 
CJIOKH 



cxanoKi. 



mKHBa, ji;Hpa 



Block. 



63 



Block. 



2430. bunt-line block. 

2431. channel, sheave hole of a 

block. 

2432. careening block. 
2433 cat block. 

2434. cheek of a block. 

2435. cheek block. 



2436. 
2437. 

2438. 
2439. 

5440. 
2441. 
244-2. 
2443. 
2444. 

2445. 



2446. 
2447. 

24-48. 



clew-garnet block. 
clew-line-block. 
cooper's block. 
D. block (formerly 



used). 



dead e\e. 

deep sea line block. 

double block. 

double-gun tackle block. 

eupliroe, dead eye of a crow 

foot. 

to fasten a block strap or 

eye of a rope to Ihe yard- 

arm. 

fiddle block. 

fish block. 

flat block. 



2-449. four fold block. 
2-450. fuse-block, art 

2451. gear block, jeer or jear block, 
gin-block, (iron bound block 

with a swivel hook). 

2452. girtline block. 

2453. the gorge or groove in the 
sheave of a block. 

2454. half block with single she- 
ave. 

2455. block in the head of a 
rocket, art. 

2456. hook-block. 

2457. iron bound block with a 
swivel hook. 

2458. iron strapped blocks. 

2459. jewel blocks. 



2460. the blocks under the keel. 

2461. leading block for jibs or 
staysails. 

2462. large leading block with 
brass sheaves (made use of 
in dock yards). 

2463. leechline block. 

2464. lee sheet block. 

2465. lift block. 

2466. long tackle block. 

2467. main sheet block. 

2468. block-maker. 

2469. monkev's blocks. 



2470. nine pin block. 



2471. notch of a block or. score 
Of a block. 

nozzle-block V. bellows. 

2472. out end plummer, block. 



poulie de cargue fonds. 
mortaise d'une poulie. 

poulie de carene. 
poulie de capon, 
joue d'une poulie. 
poulie a une joue. 

poulie de cargue point. 

poulie de sousvergue. 

charpi, tronchet. 

poulie en forme de D; poulie de la 

balancine. 
cap de mouton, poulie a moque. 

poulie de la ligne de soude. 
poulie double, poulie a violon. 
poulie double a canon, 
moque d'araignee, moque de trelin- 

gage. 
encoquer. 



poulie double de palan. 
poulie de candelette. 
joue de vache. 



poulie a qualre rouets. 
billot a charger. 

poulie de drisse h caliorne. 



poulie de carlahu. 
Gorge du rouet. 

joue de vache. 



rondelle, tampon. 

poulie a croc, 
poulie a tourniquet. 

poulies bordees de fer. 

poulies frappees aux bouts des ver- 
gues de hune et de perroquet, 
pour les drisses des bonnettes. 

tins. 

poulie tournante, marionnette. 

poulie longue a rouets de fonte. 



poulie de cargue-boulines. 

poulie d'ecoute sous le venl. 

poulie de la balancine. 

poulie double de palan. 

poulie d'ecoute. 

poulieur. 

galoches. 



poulie de retour. 



ramure, goujure. 



chaise. 



IllKHBT). 



- CJIOKT.. 



KaTT.-6.iOKT>. 



IIlKHBT, CT, OJUIOJO UieKOK) 

KT> paHroyry. 

ChlOKl. 

-faoK-i,; GAOKT, n.m 
CTVJTB 6oiapHoft. 
BJIOKT. KT, Biifli jHtepu D. Tone- 

HaHTT.-ijJlOK'B. 



EJIOKT> K 

yniKHBHHK 6JIOKI. 

jI,BymKHBHHfi 
TaoanyTs CJIOKI no^i. 



-iassi na 



C.IOKI. 



CT, IDKHBOMt, 

naa KT. pei>, cienbris H.IH KT> 6op- 
ty cy^na. 



Cxyjit, 



Ha6nuKH. 



B.TOKI 

KHHT. KT, 6jiOKt. 



1'Op^eHCU. 



ct inKiiBOM't, 
KT> pei, cTenbrt HJIH K-B 6opij 



.III inimre.ii>, 
nnorji;a BT, paEeiy. 



BJOKI CT. 

BJOKT. CT. BepTjiK>,T,imMT> 

B.IOKH ci atejriJSHOK) OKOBKOK). 

xi napca-peft. 



H miipoRiii 6-iOKT), ynoi- 
pe6jiaeMHH BT. 



BJIOKT. 



Tone HaHTT.-6j OKI, . 

jlOHl'T.-TaKe.'II.-O'.lOKT,. 



MaCTepOBOH. 

B.IOKH, ynoTpe6.ifleMi>ie y 

CKIIXT, Cyj^OBT, Ha HH/KHHXT 

KXT, wa GiryHHXT. cuacxeH. 
B.IOKII a (|)OK 



na KOH- 



ui Ganu. 
KnnT.-fjiOKa. 



a, uoAyuiKa rpe6naro KO- 
.ieca ; iiapysnaa nojyniKa jia 
KOJbii,a rpeCnaro 



Block. 



64 



Block. 



24*73. block pin or axis. 

i4~4. block plate (between the 

sheaves). 
2473. block or platform, art. 

'2416. plumber block. 

2477. to put a rope into a snatch 
block. 

2478. quarter block or thick and 
tin block. 

2479. rack-blocks of the bow 
sprit. 

2480. rider block. 

2481. Sawyer's block. 

Score of a block V. notch of a 
block. 

2482. to seize a block. 

2483. sheave of a block. 

2484. sheave hole of a block. 

2485. block shed or workshop. 
2480. shell of a block. 

2487. block ship. 

2488. Shoulder-block. 

3489. shoe blocks, (leg and fall 
block.) 

2490. single block or whip. 

2491. sister-blocks. 

2492. small block for sleepers. 

2493. Snatch-block. 

2494. Snatch-block for warping. 

2495. span blocks. 

2496. spring block. 

2497. standing block. 

2498. block strap. 

2499. strap bound block*. 



2500. to strap a block. 

2501. strapped block. 

2502. block of studding sail ha- 
liards. 

2503. swing block. 

2504. swivel block. 

2505. tackle-block. 

2506. tackle pendent block, run- 
ner pendent block. 

2507. tail-block. 

2508. tie block. 

2509. block tin. 

2510. top-block. 

2511. top-sail-haliards block. 

2512. top sail sheet block. 

2513. block-trail, art. 

2514. block-trail carriage arl. ' 



essieu, gouvion, axe, goujon. 
languette. 

chariot a canons, chariot porte- 

corps, 
palier. 
presenter une manoeuvre. 

poulie de relour. 
ratelier de beaupre. 
contre-lisoir. 
baudet. 



frapper une poulie. 

rea, rouet, ria. 

canal, clan. 

poulierie, atelier des poulies. 

corps, chape, caisse de poulie. 

ponton, batterie. 

poulie de 1'ecoute de hunier. 

galoche, pasteque, poulie double de 
pontoir et drisse, galoche dc pon- 
loir et drisse. 

poulie simple. 

poulie double aux baubans de hu- 
nier. 

blochet. 

poulie coupee, poulie a dent. 

poulie coupee a touer, galoche li 
touer. 

poulies de suspensoire. 

poulie de croupiere, d'embossure. 

poulie fixe. 

erse, eslrope de poulie. 

estropes de poulie ferrees. 



estroper une poulie. 
poulie estropee. 
pendant d'oreille. 

tourillon. 

poulie a tourniquet. 

moufle. 

poulie des pendeurs des mats. 

poulie simple a fouet, poulie estro- 

pee a fonet. 
poulie plate. 
etain en saumons. 
araignee de marticle, chion, poulie 

de guinderesse. 

poulie des drisses des hunier s. 
poulie d'ecoute de hunier, poulie a 

talon, poulie de bout de vergue. 
fleche. 



aflut a fleche. 
monoflasque. 



un seul flasque, 



Harejfc y 6jona. 
,5,ocKa 



xis uepeBosKH 
opyjifi. 

IIojVHIK.'l UO;^ B8JOM1. 

CHUCTb in, KaHR^aCX 



Mapca-mKort-OjOKT. . 

Ilaaiutn co mKHBaMH, 

na uyuinjiKTl. 
HojymKa (HJH 6pyci), 

ocHOBaeicMi ipyroft 
HIH cianoKi,, 

6peB6Hl Ka JOCKH. 



Up nun: sari, 

IllKHBT,. 



MacrepCKaa, 
fjoi:a. 

; BHHTOBIJM Kopafat Cepe- 
roBoii craHiuH peaepBHaro 4aoTa. 
Mapca-uiKOTi-OaoKi. 



OJIHHI .npyroiiy. 



CO 



DpOCTOH H.1H OiHO-mBHBHHfi CiOKl. 



i y cjnnepcoBt. 



llli;ni!i, HJH iioiymKn BT> Copit cyj- 

na .un BepnoBaHifl. 
IIInani-CJOKH. 
BJOKI ci a;ejtsHOK) OKOBKOR, ct 

HI BH^ii H,tflH. 
i'i fiJOKI,. 

Cipont y Cjioita. 

CJOKH ct 

MH Cl OfitHXl CTOpOHl 

OHH ynoTpe6jflK)Tca Ha TETOBU H 
, Ha peaxi> H noji peanH. 



OcTponaeHHuR CJOEI. 



CJOKI. 

BiOKl Cl BepTJItOKHUMl 

HJ,eKH y (wioKa; cociaBHofi CJOKI. 
BJOKI co 



BJIOKI co ffliepTOMi, CJOKX co CBHT- 

H6Mt. 



OJOBO Bt 



Mapca-mKOTi)-6jioKT>. 

CpejiHift 6pyci> HJH cxpi^Ka y aa- 

CHCTCHIJ. 
jia(j)eTT,, 



HUH 



co cipijiKOB, co- 

H3t JByXl KOpOTKHXi 

H cpe^Hflro Cpyca HJH 
aa^eit AHnificKofi CH- 



Block. 



65 



Blowing. 



2515. treble or trible block. 



231 6. tye block. 

2517. unstrapped block. 

2518. Voyal or viol block (obs.). 



2519. Winding tackle block with 
three or four sheaves. 

2520. Block, v. a. 

2521. to block out limber. 

2522. Blockade, s. 

2523. to raise or abandon a bloc- 
kade. 

2521. Blockade, v. a. 

2525. Blockading squadron. 

2526. Blocked up. 

2527. Block-house. 

2528. Bloom, S. 



2529. bloom hook. 



2530. bloom-tougs. 

2531. Bloomery or blooniary. 

2532. Blot, v. a. 

2533. to blot all over. 

2534. to blot out. 

2535. Blotting paper. 

2536. Blow, s. 

2537. Blow v. a. and n. 

2538. bottom blow valve st. eng. 

2539. it blows fresh. 

2540. to blow hard or a gale. 

2541. it blows hard. 

2542. to blow high. 

2543. to blow off st. eng. 

2544. to blow off the boiler. 

2545. blow off cock, St. eng. 

2546. to blow off a furnace. 

2547. blow off pipe, st. eng. 

2548. to blow off the steam, st. 
eng. 

to blow out V. blow off. 

2549. to blow out a furnace. 

2550. The squall has blown over. 

2551. blow-pipe. 

2552. to blow through s. e. 

2553. blow through pipe st. eng. 

2554. blow through valve st. eng. 

2555. to blow up. 



2556* Blower, s. 

2557. Blowing, s. 

2558. Blowing, adj. 

2559. cistern of a blowing ma- 
chine. 

2560. blowing furnace. 



2561. blowing machine, or engine, 
machinery, or apparatus. 



poulie a trois rouets, comme celles 
des grandes drisses, les poulies 
a caliornes, a trois rouets etc. 

poulie d'itague oa d'itaque. 

poulie detropee. 

poulie de tournevire, poulie servant 
a conduire le tournevire, galoche 
plate de marguerite. 

poulie de culiorne a trois ou qualre 
rouets. 

bloquer, barrer, cerner, enfermer. 

debitor les bois. 

blocus. 

debloquer. 

bloquer, metlre ou faire le blocus. 

escadre de blocus. 

bade, bloque. 

blockhaus, redoute en bois couverte. 

loupe, renard, encrenee, masse de 

fer, caton, fer affine ou pudle; 

bouffee de vent chaud ou de cha- 

leur. 
crochet a manier la loupe, crochet 

d'aflinerie. 

tenailles a loupes pour porter les 
loupes de fer sous le marteau. 
affmerie. 
tacher, ternir. 
couvrir de pates, 
effacer, rayer, biffer, raturer. 
papier brouillard, qui boil, 
coup, atteinte. 
souffler, venter, 
clapet du fond de la pompe a air. 

il vente grand frais. 

surventer, venter fort. 

II vente tres fort. 

fraichir. 

faire 1'estraction, vider. 

vider la chaudiere. 

robinet d'extraction, robinet de vi- 

dange. 

donner le vent, 
tuyau d'extraction. 
laisser sortir la vapeur. 



mettre hors feu. 

Le grain s'est creve. 

chalumeau. 

purger. 

tuyau de soupape de purge. 

soupape de purge. 

faire sauter ou jouer, demanteler, 

enlever par une mine, sauter en 

1'air. 
souffleur; ventilateur, rideau de che- 

minee. 

soufflage, souffle, 
orageux. 
pechere, reservoir d'eau. 

blowing furnace. 



machine souffiante, trompe, souffle- 
rie. 



TpexniKHBHufi 



(6e3i cipona). 
' 



Tpext H.IH leXUpeXfflKHBHHfi CjlOIfb. 

oamipaxB, 



jepeBo. 



BaoKiiporaxB, 
EjoiuixHafl ac 

BlOKHpOliaHHblft. 



Kpnua; Myryai,, npeBpaTHBmifica BI 
ropay BI> ryciyro Maccy. 



IUH KOiepra, npn KPHIHOM-B 
jta nepeBopaiHBa- 
Hia H BUHiiManifl Kpnu,i. 
Kaemn (st KPOTHOMI, npOHSBOjCTBi) 
^jia nepenocKH Kpuiji. 



Ha6pacuBaTb Kpacny, rpynxoBaTB. 
MapusaTB. 
6yji;ira. 



npojysaTb, 
KJianant Boa^yuiHaro na- 



; oienB CBato. 



IIpo,a;yBaTB n 



xpy6a. 
BunycitaTB napn H3i> 



OFHH. 
npomej'b. 
Tpy6i;a. 



Kanajt HJH xpy6a 



; Bspyn, nepeMiHHXBca (ro- 



Bopa o 



AnrdftcKaa 

SM narpiBania Htejribsa H^Jia na- 



BO;taHofi 
6apa6ani>; po^i Oypana wa. BU- 



Blowing. 



66 



Board. 



2562. water blowing machine. 

2563. blowing oil' or OUt. 

2564. blowing weather. 

2565. Blown (a sail blown from 
the bolt-rope). 

2566. blown hole. 

2567. blown hole in casting. 

2568. Bine, s. and adj. 

2569. bine at the fore. 

2570. bine Peter. 



2571. the blue squadron. 

2572. to blue steel. 

2573. Bluff, s. 



2574. Bluff, adj. 

2575. bluff-bow. 

2576. Muff headed ship. 

2577. bluff mountain. 

2578. Blunder, s. 

2579. Blunderbuss, s. in. 0. a. 

2580. Blunt, s. 

2581. Blunt, adj. 

2582. to drive blunt. 

2583. to make blunt. 

2584. Blunt, v. a. 

2585. Boar, s. 



2586. Boar, v. n. 

2587. Board, s. 



2588- board and board. 

Admiralty-board V. admiralty. 

2589. back-board, bad board V. 
also back. 

2590. to leave the land on back 

board. 

2591. board-beech. 

2592. bottom board of a boat. 

2593. bottom board laid length- 
wise. 

2594. by the board. 

2595. cobbing board. 

2596. board of customs. 

2597. edge or face of a board. 

2598. board elm. 

2599. board of examiners. 

2600. to fall over board. 

2601. board fir. 

2602. flask or moulding board 
for projectiles, art. 

2603. gang board. 

2604. to go on board. 



soufflet palettes. 

extraction. 

terns orageux, terns peu maniable. 

voile deralinguee. 

soufflure, globule. 

soufflure de fonte. 

bleu. 

Le pavilion carre bleu au mat de 

misaine. 
banniere de parlance. 



L'escadre ou la division bleue. 
bleuir 1'acier, lui donner le passe- 
violet, 
morne. gros cap a pic. 



joufflu, gros. 

avant joufflu, avant renlle ou gros 

avant 
vaisseau qui a un avant renfle ou 

dont 1'e'trave k peu d'elancement. 
montagne escarpee. 
faute, bevue, etourderie. 
espingole, tromblon, mousqueton. 

boulon. 

mousse, oblus, morne. 

enfoncer. 
mousser. 

mousser. 

mascaret, barrel qui rejaillit lout a 
coup dans les grandes rivieres, 
montant fort de la maree. 

porter le nez au vent. 

ais, planche, madrier, bois de scia- 
ge; bord, bordee; lable; conseil, 
assemblee, bureau, commission, 
comite d "administration, chambre. 

bord a bord. 

man v ais bord. 

aisser la terre derriere soi. 

planche de hetre. 
semelle exterieure de bateau, 
emelle interieure de bateau. 

>ar dessus le bord. 
>aton de juslice. 

bureau de la douane. 

ranche. 

)lanche d'orme. 
ommission d'examen. 
omber dans la mer. 
lanche de sapin. 

lanche de fond pour le moulage 
des projectiles, planche & mouler. 

lanche. 

'embarquer, aller h bord. 



(JpacHBaeia aycTKyreaefi H umep- 
Mamiuia ci JO- 



nacxHMH. 

HpojiyBaHie napoxoflaaro Koxja 
EypHaa noroja. 

, CHAOK) Bixpa 



PaKOBHHa, CBHIIVJ,. 

PaKOBHHa ci rjia^KOK) nosepXHOcxiio. 

ift; CHHlfl n.B'fex'L. 

aabCKifi, CHHift 4>jtari> 
(BI AnrjiiHCKOMT. 4>jiort). 

, no^HHMae&mft Bt 3HaKi OT- 
ia HJIH yxojta BT. nope; miao- 



(}>jara. 



BopOHHTB 



Bucoxa; OTB-fecHuft 6epen, uuci, 
yxeci, yiecHCTaa QanKa, 



, pacnyxjiBtfi; Kpyiofi, yie- 

CHCTHfi. 

, HMiromee 



Cyjuo, Hjiiiiomee Tynoft HJIH ranpo- 

Kift HOCt. 

Kpyxan ropa. 

iipoMaxi. 
MyrapeTOHi; pyatte ci KOPOTKHMI 

CXBOJOMl., ])aciIIHpOHIlHM7. KT> flyjiy. 

HraeHKa, nyrOBKa. 
Tynoft. 

, BKOJOTHXb. 



Ilpnxynjiaxt, 



p-EKaxi). 



npHJiHBi BI COJIBUIHXI 



IIpHBecxn KT> Bixpy. 

,HocKa; cxojtHa; 6opxi,, rajici, cxo- 
pona cy^Ha, canoe cy^no, pas- 
cxoanie, npOH^ennoe OSHHMT> raj- 



Bopxt o 

Xyjjoft, KOpoxKifi, HeBurojiHHH rajic-b. 

OcxaBHxt seMjiK) sa co6oio, 



ByKOsaa 

[II.1K)H01!IHe JIK)KH. 

jiocKa na uuiionKaxi. 



Ja GopxoMt. 

ome^Ka, Roxoporo 6t,>rb 
npecxyiiHHKa. 



xoproBjH. 



sa 6opxi. 



^ocna; ira nee 
K>XI. MO;i,ejiF> H onony upn fyop- 



na CJM;HO. 



Board. 



67 



Board. 



2605. good board. I bon itonl, bord qui allonge. 

2606. grooved board of an am- {plateau cannele. 
munition box for small sto- 
res, art. 



2607. hand-rolling board for car- 
tridges, art. 

2608. board of health. 

2609. to heave over board. 

2610. board-larch. 

2611. lee board of a boat. 

2612. limber-boards. 

2613. loam-board. 

2614. log board. 



2615. long board or tack. 

2616. to make a board or to 
board it up. 

2617. to make a good board or 
stretch. 

2618. to make or to work short 
boards. 

2619. to make a stern board. 



2620. modelling board, art. 



2621. navy-board. 

2622. board-oak. 

2623. on board. 

2624. ordnance board or board 

of ordnance. 

2625. paddle-board. 

2626. prices (quoted) on board G. 

2627. rudder boards. 



2628. to run on board of. 

2629. to be run on board of. 

2630. board sheathing. 
2631: Short boards. 

2632. to shoot the edge of a board. 

2633. Side boards. 



2634. side board or wash of the 
ports. 

2635. to Slip by the board. 

2636. small board. 

2637. board of trade. 
(Merchant Shipping Act Victoriae 
17 & 18 Part 1 c. 104 36&16). 

2638. trail board of the head. 

2639. traverse board. 



2640. victualling board. 

2641. board-wainscot. 

2642. wash-board. 
2643- water-boards. 
2644. weather board. 



varlope a rouler. 
bureau de saute". 

jeter dans la mer. 

planche de meleze. 

semelle de bateau ou de derive. 

paradoses, parcloses. 

planche a trousser , trousseau, 

echantillon. 
table de loc. 



bord alonge, qui alonge. 

courir une bord6e, courir bord sur 

bord. 
faire une bordee favorable. 

se tenir bord sur bord. 



faire culer. 



echantillon, gabarit. 



bureau de la marine, 
planche de chene. 
a bord. 
bureau de rartillerie. 



aube. 

prix k bord. 

ailerons, ailette, alettes, ailes. 



aborder. 

recevoir un abordage. 

planche de soufflage. 

bord sur bord. 

corroyer la tranche, dresser la plan- 
che sur la tranche. 

planches de roulis, planche de 
debarquement. 

forgue, falque. 

flier le long du bord. 

planchette. 

chambre de commerce, ministere 
du commerce. 

frise de I'eperon. 
renard. 



bureau des approvisionnements. 

planches de I'ambriffrage. 

plat bord. 

bardis. 

c6te du vent. 



Xopomifi raici; raaci 6eai jpefi<J>a. 

iKe-iodiaiaa flocita sapaflnaro smu- 
i;a JUH MCMKHXT, 



Kaia.itnaa jocita. 



ne. 

BBlfipOCHXB HTO 

JLncxBeHHiiraa 
IIlBepn.'B. 



ynpaBje- 



JIeKa.io, oGpaseiTB HaiipaiiKu wa 

4>OpHOBEH. 

BaxxeHHaa flocita, na Koxopofi sa- 
KOpa6e.iBHHii acyp- 



rajici; 



xoporaifi rajici 
cioamaro uypca. 



HOBO- 
na- 



noHopaHHBaiB, ^ijiaiB KO- 
poxKe rajtcu. 

BHHrpHina BT, 
OTI xeTCHia HJH ^pyraro 
CHCCJIO Haaa^x. 

KOCKSL, Ha Koxopofi 
Biipi>3aHa npo<j)HJiB npe^Meia, na- 
3Ha^eHHaro KT. (j)opMOBanijo, raa6- 

JlOHl. 

MopcKoft 
Jl,y6oBaa ji;ocKa. 
Ha 



napxaMeHxi ApxHJuiepiftcKofi KOJI- 
jierin. 
JtonacxB, rpeSoKi. 

I^-BHH C1> JOCXaBKOK) Ha Cy^HO. 

^OCKH, HHor,na npH^HBaeMBia Kt ne- 

py pyM, Ha piiHHxt 

wa ycHJiema ero 
IIpncxaxB KI <5opxy, 

, COHXHCB, CBaJIHTBCH. 

Sop^aaty, CXOJIKHO- 
Bemio, cBajirfe. 
06inHBHaa jocKa. 

Kopoxme rajicu; ^acx'ae noBOpotH. 
OKoneiHocxn 



,HOCKH, irpHfJHBaeama KI 6oKy pyn- 
^yKa, ixoSa cnamin na nen. He 

MOrt 



; npo- 



CKOJBSHXB no Copxy 

HOCHXB BJOJIB 6opxa. 



ToprosjH. 



$pH3i,, ptsBfia na Hocy 
Kpyrjiaa flocKa c% 
na Heft pymSoBi; 

KypCOBl). 

KoMMHcapiaxcKift 



cropona. 



Board. 



68 



Boat. 






2645. Board, V. a. 



2646. board end on. 

2647 board or fall aboard again. 

2648. Boarder, s. 

2649. Boarding s. 



2650. boarding axe. 

2651. double boarding. 

2652. boarding netting. 

2653. boarding pike. 
2634. boarding scuttles. 

2655. Boar-spear, s. 

2656. Boast, v. a. 

(*) 

2657. Boat, s. 

aceon V. accon. 
advice boat V. advice. 

2658. almady. 

back-board of a bont Y. back. 

2659. baidara, used by the Ka- 

loches on the N W coast 
of America. 
26 GO. baldarka, used by the Ale- 

outes. 
to bale a boat V. bale. 

2661. ballast-boat, lighter. (V. 
ballast). 

2662. banka, Manilla canoe. 



2663. bean-cod. 

2664. bermudian boat. 
2663. birch-bark canoe. 



2666. boll-boat. 
bongos Y. plraque. 

2667. bragozo. 

bum-boat Y. provision-boat. 

2668. Calqac, caic. 



2669. boat-brigade, art. 

2670. carriage by boat. 

2671. chop boat. 



2672. casco, used in Manilla. 



2673. boat-cleats, boat clamps. 

2674. coach-boat. 

2675. coble. 

2676. boat-compass. 



planchelier, border, garnir de plan- 
ches; aller ou sauter a 1'abordage , 
aborder un vaisseau enennemi. 

aborder de franc etable. 

reborder. 

abordeur, matelots destines a 1'abor- 
dage. 

abordage, bordage, action de plan- 
cheier, accrochement; allege. 



hache d'armes. 

doublage. 

filet d'abordage ou de bastingage. 

esponlon, pique d'abordage. 

ecoutillons d'abordage. 

epieu. 

ebaucher. 

bateau, barque, embarcation, allege, 
canot. 



almadie. 



baidare. 



baidarka. 



bateau lesteur, delesteur. 
banka. 



bean-cod, bateau de pilote ou Por- 
tugal. 

bateau bermudien. 
bateau d'ecorce de bouleau. 



bateau cheville'. 
bragoze. 

caic, caique. 



brigade d'artilleurs sur les chalou- 

pes canonnieres. 
batelage. 
bateau chinois. 



casco, bateau egalement large aux 
deux bouts. 

chantiers de chaloupe. 

cochj d'eau, galiote. 

coble, bateau emplaye a la peche 

du saumon. 
volet. 



i; afiopjuipOBaifc, 
civEnHTica c% HenpiaTeJit.CKmn> KO- 



Korja jBa cy,,\Ha cBaaaica HOCT. ci 

HOCOMl. 



, cuf.nKa 

CTOJiKHOBenie, cBajKa cyjos^; na- 
CTH^anie najiyou; aacTOBoe cyff- 
HO; JHXTept. 
opsaKHtifi Tonopi; 
06niHBKa cyjina 



Majua a6opaaKHua HHKH. 
PoraiHHa, KODBC c% HJOCKHMI OCT- 



06ojiBaHHTi>, 

Bl rCOMt BHJl'B. 



HJIH 



Kaxepi, 60x1, nuuonKa, 6apKaai, 
aax, BcaKoe rpe(5noe 



naa HSI ^peBecHoft Kopu. 
Bafl japa 6ojn>maa, ao^Ea o6Tany raa 

KOffiCK). 



, cBepxy o6niHiaa 
oTBepciianH wa rpe6uoBi>. 



nepesosKH 



BaHKa: nanajibCKaa 
OTI 15 so 20 4 ) y T o B1> > ona jt- 
jiaetca HST. OAHOFO ^epesa H 
HMteii. Kpumy, HSI 6aM6yKOBaro 

TpOCTHHKa. 

BaHKo^i>: nopiyrajitcKaa 



cyiao BI po^t 
JIojKa HSI 6epesoBo3 Kopu ynoipe- 



HUMH XyjconcKofi 

CKpinjieHHaa 6oaTaMH. 



BesnajiyCHaa pti6au,Kaa ao?,Ka Ajipia- 
Mopa. 



KaHKi, KaK)KT>, njiocKOjoHHaa mjiion- 
Ka, BT> ynoxpeCjieHiH Ha BOCTO- 
Kt. lajepnaa 

JIio^H KauonepcKoft 

HOHepCKHXt 

IIepeB03Ka aa rpe6HBixi. cyjaxi. 

JojiKa; na nojioCHuxi. 
npHBOaan TOBapti Bt 

EaBTOBl. 

o^HHaKOBOK niHpHHU Ha 060- 
HXT. KOHi;axi 1 Co-ite noxoxa Ha 
naoxi (BT> 

j.ia 

iH naccaatfiOTt, rajioxt. 

ynoipeCjacMaa npn 
JIOCOCHHU. 



(") UpuMibuame . Bx KOHIVE cjonapa 
pojoBi jo 



npn.ioseHt BI 



AonojiieHa 



i onncoKt Bctxi ii3BtcT- 



Boat. 



Boat. 



2677. coral fishing boat. 



2678. 
2679. 
2680. 
2681. 
2682. 
2683. 
2684. 



boat's cover. 

CONY -bout. 
crank boat, 
boat's crew. 
cutters of a 

dinghi. 
dogger-boat. 



ship. 



2685. dohnle (Ceylan). 



2686 drag boat. 

2687. dutch boat. 

2688. express boat. 

2689. fancy or pleasure boat. 

2690. feluoa. 

2691. boat-fender. 

2692. ferry boat. 

2693. fishing boat. 

2694. to fit out a boat. 

2695. flat bottomed boat. 

2696. fly-boat. 

2697. boat in frame. 

2698. boat-ful or load, also wa- 
terman's fare. 

2699. gangboard of a boat 
(V. board). 

2700. boat's gear. 

2701. gig. 

2702. to govern a boat. 

2703. boat-gripes. 

2704. guard-boat. 
270o. gun-boat. 

2706. boat's guy. 

2707. to hoist a boat with the 
boat hook. 

2708. boat-hook. 

2709. horse-boat. 

2710. boat-house. 

2711. boatlla. 

2712. Japanese whaling boat. 

2713. junk. 

2714. jolly boat (belonging both 
to men of war and mer- 
chant ships). 

2715. Kayak. 

2716. boat-keeper. 

2717. large river boat 

2718. kattamaran (Madras). 

2719. larcha or falua. 

2720. large transport boat. 

2721. lannch. 

lee board of a boat \. board. 

2722. life boat. 

2723. little boat. 

2724. long boat. 

2725. mail boat. 

2726. Malabar pearl fishing boat. 



satteau. 

prelat a canot. 

bateau k betes, bateau-boeuf. 

canot jaloux. 

nage, equipage, 

embarcations d'un vaisseau. 

dinghi. 

dogre, dogrebot. 

bateau employe pour la peche des 
perles (Ceylan) 

bateau dragueur, bateau rabot. 

hot. 

postilion. 

bateau de plaisance. 

felouque. 

defense, corde de defense. 

bac, bachot. 

bateau pecheur, bateau de peche. 

armer une embarcation. 

barque de descente, bateau k fond 

plat ou bati a sole, 
flibot. 
barque en fagot, embarcation en 

botte. 
batelee. 

planche d'une embarcation. 

armement d'une embarcation. 

petit canot. 

bateler. 

risses ou saisines de chaloupe. 

bateau garde c6te. 

chaloupe canonniere. 

hale k bord de la chaloupe. 

gaffer la chaloupe. 

gaffe, fer de gaffe, croc, affiche, har- 

pion. 
chalan, bac, passe cheval, traille. 

hangar pour les embarcations. 
boatila. 

cuseforme. 
jonque. 
petit canot. 



bateau usite au Gronland. 

canotier, qui garde un canot. 

foncet. 

ba'teau usite k Madras. 

larcha ou falua, k Manille. 

corbillard. 

chaloupe, caie. 

bateau de sauvetage. 

batelet. 

chaloupe d'un vaisseau de guerre, 

canot major, 
bateau poste. 
pare ou pareau. 



IJIjiK>nKa, ynoTpe6jfleMaa npn npo- 

MHCJTfc KOpaJMOBl. 

IIIjiBonoHnuft Opeaeuii. 
KopOBift Soil. 
BajKaa injiioiiKa. 
HIjiKMioinue, Kaxepnue rpe6ijs[. 
Kopa6ejn>Htifl rpefmua cyjia. 
Hepenosnoe cyjuro in> 



HOH aoBiH iia 

, ynoxpelk/WMaa Ha ocxpoBf. 

Il,efijiaHi, npH 

ra. 

SeatJieiepnaxejibHaa 
Bort, roMaHjjcKifi Cort. 
HocujioiHoe CVIHO. 
flxia, 



, 4 )eH ^ e P c ' B ) OTnopQHii uiecTt, 
, Caropi.. 

IlapoM^, nepefiosHoe 
Pu6an,Kaa 
Boopya^HTL 



cy^no. 



$Jin6oTi>, 



Boopy/Kenie 



nuiionKOK). 

HafiTOBH. 

Kapayjitnaa 
KaHOHupcKaa 



KpK)K1>. 



njiamKoyia, jiHxiepi, 
KOTT.. 

IIIjiionoiHHH capaft. 
BoaTHJia: cy^no ManapCEaro 3a- 



KHTOJIOBHOe 

, KHiaftcKoe 
MaJioe rpeCnoe cy^no (KaKi> na BO- 

6HHHXT), TflKl H Ha 

cy^axi). 
KaaKi>: 

Jl,HeBajibHi,ift na Kaxepii. 
BojiBinaa piinaa jio^Ka. 

jiojKa ynoxpeSjiaeuaa 
Ma^pact. 

ioa;ia rpe6nbia cyja, 
BI ynoTpeSjiemn Bt MaHMJii;. 
Bojibraaa nepesoso^Haa TpancnopT- 

H aa lo^Ka. 

TpeGnoe cyiHO na Kopa^jii, nepsoe 
HOOTE Sapnasa, Kaxept. 



CnacHxejiLnaa 

SJHKI>, 

BapKasi 



Majia6apcKaa j 
seMiyra. 



Boat. 



70 



Boat. 



2127. massuli or mussli boat. 

2728. bootman or boatsman. 

2729. to moor a boat. 
2730. 



2731. mud boat. 

2732. paddle box boat. 

2733. boat-painter. 

2734. passage-boat. 

2735. Peter-boat. 

2736. pilot boat. 

2737. plnanee. 



2738. plraque, pirogue. 

2739. poslrpacketrboat. 

2740. provision or bum boat. 

2741. pump-engine boat. 

2742. punt. 



2743. quarter boat (belonging to 
merchant ships) C. 

2744. racket boat. 

2745. boat-rope (V. also boat- 
painter). 

2746. row-boat. 

2747. bout's rudder. 

2748. sailing boat. 

2749. Sampan. 

2750. boat's scoop. 

2751. scuttle hole, plug or stopper 
of a boat. 

2752. sea or good sea boat. 

27 53. to set out a boat. 

2754. sharp-bottomed boat. 

2755. boat-shed. 

2756. ship-boat. 

2757. shore-boat. 

2758. skiff (belouging to a mer- 
chant ship). C. 



2759. boat-slings. 

2760. small boat. 

2761. small fishing boat. 

2762. small flat bottomed boat. 

2763. small light-boat. 

2764. spy-boat. 



2765. boat stall. 

2766. to stave a boat. 



bateau usite a Madras. 

marinier, matelol, batelier, canotier. 

amarrer un canot. 
bateau plat. 



machine a curer, creuser, dragueur 

bette, marie-salope. 
canot tambour, 
cablot, cableau. 

paquebot, barquerole, barcanette. 

nacelle de pecheur. 

chaloupe de pilote. 

sorte d'embarcation matee en goe- 

lette; chaloupe d'un vaisseau de 

guerre. 



pirogue. 

bateau de poste. 

barque de vivandier, bateau d'offi- 

ce, canot de provisions, 
bateau a pompes. 
ras de carene. 



grand double canot avec un davier 
a 1'etrave (sur les vaisseaux mar- 
chands). 

bateau a fusses. 

bosse, cableau, grelin, hale-abord. 

miron . 

palette de gouvernail. 

bateau a voiles. 

champan, petit bateau ou canot 

chinois. 
ecope, escope. 
nable. 

vaisseau qui se comporte bien a 

la mer. 
mettre la chaloupe a la mer. 

bateau fait en dos d'ane, peniche. 
car bet. 
chaloupe, canot. 

bateau de terre. 

esquif, chaloupe, barge, batelet, na- 
celle, soute. 



elingues d'embarcation. 

nacelle, lirot. 

nacelle de pecheur, plombe. 

pousse pied, accon. 

fustereau. 

mouche. 



perche, croc de batelier. 
crever une embarcation. 



Maxpac' CKaa 

MaxpocB, rpe6en,i>, JIO^OHHHKI, ne- 



JIpHBasaxB, yKp-EiiHXB aoflKy KT> 6e- 
pery, omBapxoBHXb aoflKy. 

Cyaa, BT. SanajtHoft HH^IH ynoxpe- 
6aaeMHH flaa nepesosa caxapa; 

6CXB flBOHHEia, CMOXpa HO BCJIH- 
HHH'B. 

Cyjno ci seaiae^epiiaxeaBHox) Ma- 

BUHOD. 

KoatyxoBHH 60x1. 
$ajHHi>-KOHem> no^aHHHH Ha nuiion- 

Ky, 6aKinxoBi>. 
naccasti-doxi. 



60X1. 

He6ojnnia cyja o 
BI Cpe^HseMHOMi Mopi, 
mia na napycaxi H Becjiaxi; 
nuiJonKa na BOCHHOMI> Kopa6j-B. 
llHHaci.. 

Ilnpora (jiowa SKHXT>). 

60T1.. 

6oxi, napKHxanxcKaa JIOA- 

Bft. 

HoatapHoe cy^no BI ranaidi. 

IliocKOjoHHiia npoji;oJiroBaxHfl cy- 
^a njiamKoyiH; y HHXI KopMa H 
HOCI npHnosHflxu; ynoxpefijiaioxca 
npn KpeHroBanin cy^OBi. 

r..i])Ka;n, na KyneiecKHXi cy^axt. 



Ppe6Hoe 



HapycHaa nuiomta. 

Ma.ieHBKaa KHxaiiCKaa aoji,Ka HOT 

in.iK)iiKa. 
JlefiKa . 
Kpyrjioe oxsepcxie Ha AH* JIO^KH 

wa cxoa BOJI;H. 

xoponiHxi iiopcKHxt Ka- 



CnycxHXB ao^Ky HJIH iiuuoiiKy Ha 
; aerKaa ocxpoKHJibHaa mjion- 



K8. 



Koxop&iMT, xpanaxca 
rpeCnua cyja. 

jiojiKa, Kaxepi, H np., npn- 
KI> 



UkionKa, sxopaa no BeJiH^HHt Ha 
KyneiecKOM-B cyini; Ma^eHBKoe 
nepesosHoe cyano na piiKaxi 

flJIHKl,. 

cxpoiiH. 



HeCojiBinaa nepeBOsaaa 
Mynn., aerKoe cyAHo, oxnpaBaaeMoe 
sa 



Henpiaxeaa. 
Baropx,, KpioKi. 

IIpOJIOMHXB 



Boat. 



71 



Bodkin. 



2767. steam boat. 

2768. stern boat. 

2769. stern fast of a boat. 

2770. stern sheets in a boat. 

2771. swift sailing boat. 

2772. tank-boat. 

2773. tomtit (U States of America). 

2774. boat-tracker. 

2775. train of boats in tow. 

2776. to trim a boat. 

2777. tug-boat. 

2778. twelve oared boat. 

2779. watering boat. 

2780. wheary boa*. 

2781. Jawl 

2782. bale the boat! 

2783. fend the boat! 

2784. hoist the boats out! 

2785. moor the boat! 

2786. trim the boat! 

2787. Boat, v. a. 

2788. to boat the oars. 

2789. Boatskids. 

2790. Boatswain, s. (warrant of 
ficer) . 

Queen's Regulations and Admiralt} 
Instructions Chap. IV o. 6 
Ch. VII 1; 1719. Ch. VII 
1 33. Ch. XXXIH 1. S. 4 
Ch. XL1X 1. 2 3. 4. 5. 6. 7 
8. 9. 10. Appendix. 



2791. bootwain's call. 

2792. boatswain's mate (working 
petty officer of 1-st. class). 

Queen's Regulations and Admiralty 
Instructions. Ch. XLTX, 1. Ap- 
pendix. 



2793. boatswain's store room. 

2794. Bob, s. 

2795. bob or ball of a pendulum. 

2796. bob-tail. 

2797. bob-stay, s. 

2798. bob-stay holes. 

2799. lower bob-stay. 

2800. upper bob-stay. 

2801. Bobin or bobbin. 

2802. Bodily adv. 

2803. to drive bodily upon a 
coast. 

2804. Bodkin, s. 



bateau a vapeur. 
canot de porte-manteau. 
sabaye de 1'arriere. 
chambre d'embarcation. 

diligence, 
tonne. 

petit bateau (am6ricain.) 

gobeur. 

train de bateaux. 

dresser un canot. 

remorqueur. 

trifle ou trifil. 

barque a can. 

houari. 

yole, esquif, chaloupe, canot, nacel 

le, bache.bachot, coureau, barge 
jette 1'eau! 

defle! pare Ik devant! 
Les embarcations a la mer! 
amarre le canot! 
barque droite! 

bateler, transporter sur un bateau 
rentrer les avirons. 
drdmes d'embarcations. 
maitre d'equipage , nocher , nostr'hom- 

me, maitre de manoeuvre. 

(Decret sur le service a bord 
des bailments de la flolte du 15 
Aoiit, 1851. litre X Chap.ll Sec- 
tion l-re art. 518-527.) 
(Decret sur 1'organisation.du per- 
sonnel de la flotte du 5 Juin 
1856. litre IV Chap. I. Section 
7. art- 134-140. litre VII Ch. I. 
Section 2. art 203.) 

sifflet de contr-fmaitre. 
A* 

contre-maitre, second contremaitre, 
quartier maitre, prev&t, bosse- 
man. 

(Decret sur 1'organisalion du per- 
sonnel des equipages de la flotte 
du 5 Juin 1856. litre I Ch. I. 
Sect. 2. art. 4.; Ch. II Sect, l- 
art. 13; Ch. III. art. 19; litre 
IV. Ch. I. Sect. 5. art. 120-126; 
Sect. VI. art. 127-133; litre VII. 
Ch. I. Sect. 2. art. 199-200.) 

fosse au lion. 

balancier. 

lentille. 

pointe, fer d'une fleche. 

barbe-jean, sousbarbe do beaupre, 

sousbarbe, martingale. 
Irous de la sousbarbe. 
fausse sousbarbe. 

;rande sousbarbe. 
jobine. 

par le travers. 

deriver par le travers du vaisseau 

sur une c6te. 
tique-chasse, passe corde, pointe, 

poinQon. 



KopMOBaa 

KopMOBOH ([u-UllHf, MJOOIIKH. 

KopMOBaa Hacxb mjiionKH, ct 6ae- 

KUMH fl.ia CHKBHia. 

, noKoftnaa Ha xojy. 

cy^no (Ha Majiafiap- 
CKOJTB 6epery). 
MajeHBKaa Jioaua (npa 

CoeflHECHHUXl 



ByKcnpnaa 



60T1>. 
IlepeBOSHUft OHRl. 



Boy! (nst HUIIOIIKH). 
He stBaib na nocy! 
CnycTHTB rpe6iitia cy^a na BOiy! 
OfflBapxoBB 



IIepeB03HTb Ha 
iicc.ia. 

pocTepn Ha mKa(J>yT'B. 
Anrjiii HMteTi o4'H- 



(MopcKow YcTasi Pasj. Ill T-ia- 
Ba XIY. OTJ. I CT. 607-626). 



CBHCTOKT. oouMaHCKifl HID yniepi- 



YcxaBi. Pasji. Ill Paa- 
Ba XIV OT.T;. 2 CT. .627630). 



IIlKiinepcKaa Kaioia. 

Eajancnpi). 

KpyaioKT,, neneBHua 

OcTptafi Konem, ocipie, DITH(|)THKTJ, 



i,. HojiCTaBa y 
Kpana, MapTHHrniar-B. 



Hna;Hiii 



aanacntlfi 



Bepxnift 

, 6o6HHa, BBmKa, Ha KO 
Topyio HajiaxiJBaeTca BepeBKa. 



Ha 6eperi. 



UH.TO, 



Body. 



72 



Bold. 



2805. Body, s. 

2806. after-body. 

2807. body of boiler, st. eng. 

2808. body of a centrebit. 

2809. to drag or shove a body 
along, 

2810. falling body. 

2811. body of a fleet. 

2812. floating body. 

2813. fore-body. 

2814. height through which a body 
falls. 

2815. the body of the ice. 

2816. body of the place. 

2817. body-plane. 

2818. body of a river. 

2819. body of the ship. 

2820. Bog iron ore, swamp ore. 



2821. Boiler, s. 

body of boiler V. body. 

2822. caravan shaped boiler. 

2823. donkey boiler. 

2824. double story, double storied 
boiler, st. eng. 

2825. drop flue boiler si. eng. 

2826. feed boiler st. eng. 

2827. finery boiler. 

2828. flue boiler, st. eng. 

2829. french boiler st. eng. 

2830. high pression boiler. 

2831. boiier-jackor case st. e. 

2832. locomotive boiler. 

2833. low-pression boiler. 

2834. boiler-maker. 

2835. marine boiler st. eng. 

2836. marine flue boiler, s. e. 

2837. midship-boiler. 

2838. boiler-plate. 

2839. port or larboard boiler. 

2840. return flame boiler, st. eng. 

2841. sheet flue boiler, st. eng. 
(Lamb). 

2842. boiler's shell. 

2843. starboard boiler. 

2844. boiler-tube, st. eng. 

2845. tubular boiler. 

2846. boiler-wings. 

2847. Boiling, s. 

2848. boiling or evaporating li- 
quor. 

2849. boiling house. 



2850. Boisterous, adj. 

2851. Bold, adj. 

2852. bold-shore. 



corps, tronc, gros. 

couples de 1'arriere. 
corps de chaudiere. 

fut de vilbrequin. 
saquer. 

corps tombant. 
gros de la flotte. 
corps flottant. 
couples de 1'avant. 
hauteur de chute. 

la glace continue, qui ne laisse 
aucun passage aux vaisseaux. 

enceinte, corps de place. 

plan d'un vaisseau. 

fleuve principal. 

corps d'un vaisseau, corps et quille. 

fer oxide brun limoneux, fer hyd- 
rate limoneux, fer d'alluvions, 
mine de marais. 

marmite, chaudiere, bouilleur. 



chaudiere a tombereau. 

chaudiere du petit cheval ou de la 

machine alimentaire. 
chaudiere a carneanx superposes. 

chaudiere a flam me renversee. 

chaudicre alimentaire. 

chaudiere de ratfinerie, de rafll- 

ua'je. 
chaudiere a carneaux. 

chaudiere franchise, 
chaudiere a haute pression. 
chemise de chaudiere. 
chaudiere tubulaire direcle. 
chaudiere a basse pression. 
chaudronnier. 
chaudiere marine, 
chaudiere marine a carneaux. 

chaudiere du milieu. 

I61e, fer en plaque (pour leschau- 

dieres). 

chaudiere de bord. 
chaudiere a retour de ilamme. 

chaudiere a lames d'eau (de 

Lamb), 
enveloppe de chaudiere. 

chaudiere de tribord. 
bouilleur. 

chaudiere tubulliaire. 
ailes de chaudiere. 
cuite, evaporation, ebullition, 
eaux de cuite. 

rafllnerie. 



violent, impetueux. 

hardi, entreprenant, intrepide, de 

lermine. 
c6te ecore, de fer, a pic, berge 

c6te sure accore. 



TiJio, Kopnyct; OCTOBI; riaBHaa 
^acxi, KaKofi HH(5yii> BenjH, nacca. 
KopMOBue HJH sarnie nmaHroyxu. 
Kopnyct HJIH cocxaBt naposaro 

KOTJia. 

Kopnyci 



Hajaromee rkao. 

F.iaBHaa nacxt <|>JiOTa. 

HjaByiee xiao. 

HOCOBHC JIJIH nepejiHie nraaHroyxa. 

Bticoxa 



CnjoraHoft 



KptnocxHaa orpaxa. 
^epxest cyjna. 
FJiaBHoe pyc-io piKH. 
KysOBi HIH Kopnyci cy^na. 
EypHH aiejifeHflKi Bo^Haa OKHCB 



Koreji, napOBofi KOTCJII; napoBHKt, 

KHnflTHJItHHKl. 

CHCT6MH 



KOTGJII 



ci jtsyxi - apycHHMH 

Tpy6aMii. 

Koie.ii CT> o6opoTHtiMi> 
CHa6a;aioin,iM 
KoTen> SJia 



CB DIHpOKHMH JIKMOBHMH 



<I'paHuyncKift 
KOTCJII. Bucoraro 
IlapOBoft Koa;yxi,, ataKeit 

llapOB03HUft 

HH3Karo ^ 



MopcKoft 

MopCKOft IiapOBOH KOT6JII Ct BIH- 
pOKHMH .HUMOBHMH Tpy6aMH. 

Cpejinitt KOTCJI^. 

JiiicTOBoe jKCJifoo, KoxeiBHoe ate- 

Jlf.30. 

KOTPJII Jitfiaro Copra. 



JTani6a MH 

. 

napOBaro 



npasaro 6opia. 

BOJOCMKOCTL KOTJia HJH BOJIOBM'B- 
CTHTeibHOCTB. 



MOBHMH 

BHinmia 



HJIH Kpafinie KOXJU. 
Hcnapenie, 
CejiHxpaHtift mejiOKt 

rycxoxu ^ji 

CxpoeHie H.TH Macxepcnaa ^JIH pa- 
(j)HHHpOBaHia cxaaH; HOKOH nna. 
ce^nxpu. 

, 6yHHEIH, 6ypJIHBUH. 



Kpyiofi. 



Doling. 



73 



Bolt. 



Holing V. bowline. 
2853. Bollards, s. billet-heads (in 
a dock). 



285 i. bollard limbers or knight 

heads. 

Bollock-blocks Y. block. 
2855. Bolster, s. 



axletree bolster V. axletree. 

2856. bolster of the bills (V. also 
bitts}. 

body bolster V. body. 

2857. 'bolster bolt. 

2858. bolster of the hawse hole. 

2859. Bolt, s. 



2860. bolt-auger. 



2861. barb-bolt, rag or rag poin- 
ted bolt. 

2862. bolster, main, joint or perch 
bolt, art. 

2863. brackel-boit art. 

2864. cable bolt in the bitts. 

2865. bolt of canvas C. 

2866. cap-bolt, st. eng. 

2867. capsquare bolt, art. 

2868. capsquare joint bolt art. 

2869. catch-bolt m. o. a. 



2870. chain bolt, channel bolt. 



2871. 
2872. 
2873. 

2874. 
2875. 
2876. 
2877. 

2878. 
2879. 



bolt chisel. 

clenched or rivetted bolt. 

clench bolt. 

cramp iron bolt. 
dead bolt. 

diamond headed bolt. 
bolt of a door. 

driving or starling bolt or 

driver, drive bolt. 

to drive or start a bolt. 

dump-bolt. 

end of the bolt rope. 

eye-bolt. 



2883. eye-bolt with a forelock. 



2884. fender bolt. 

2885. flat headed bolt. 

2886. forelock bolt. 

2887. forelock of a bolt. 

2888. foundation bolt, sole plate 
bolt, st. e. 



corps morl. 



haut des ap6tres, ap6tres. 



chevet, coussinet, traversin, sellet- 
te, coussin, paillet, coussin de 
fourrure, 



coussin des bittes. 



seye, boulon de sellette. 

coussin d'ecubier. 

cheville, goujon, gouvion, attel, at- 

teloire, trait, fleche, carreau, ja- 

velot, sagelte, dardel, faisceau, 

paquet. 
tariere pour percer les trous qui 

reQOivent les boulons. 

flche, cheville a goujon, cheville 
h barbe ou a grille, , cheville 
barbue ou grillee. 

cheville ouvriere, seye. 

boulon de flasque, cheville k tele 

ronde. 
pa i lie. 
piece de canevas de vingl huit 

aunes. 

boulon de chapeau (de palier). 
cheville a mentonnet. 
heurtoir. 
verron. 



cheville de haubans, cheville des 

chaines de hauban. 
langue de carpe. 
boulon rive, 
cheville clavetee sur vlrole, boulon 

rive. 

cheville de lien, 
pene dormant, 
boulon a l6le de diamar.t. 
barre, tirant, clenche. 

repoussoir, chasse-boile, rebousse. 

nefouler, chasser un boulon ou 

une cheville 
cheville sourde. 
cobe. 
cheville a oeillet. 

cheville a boucle et a goupille. 



cheville a tele ronde ou a bouton. 

boulon a tele plate. 

cheville a goupille. 

clavelte. 

boulon de plaque de fondation. 



MepxBue aKopa, COHKH MCPTBHXI 
flKOpefi; najibi, nyraBH, cayxamia 
BMtcio najOBi H np.; 6oJibmie 

CTOJlCU, BpUXlie BX 36MJK) HO CTO- 



CyranpHia. 



HsroJiOBbe, nojyraKa, 
jierBaax-b, nojiymKa H3i 
HOH napycHHH Jtia BaHTt H mia- 
roBi, iTo6u He 



na 



IIlKBOpeHB. 

noni 

nareJt, Jio^tiaiKa; sacOBt, 
tKa; OKOBH, ysH; cxptjia, 
; ciepateHb; DIKBO- 



Hanapte (Oypasi BT> BHjfB a;ejio6a), 
^ja iipocBepJiHcaHia juipi, BT. KO- 

TOpBIfl BKOJiaiHBaiOTCfl 60JITU. 

Epmi.. 



nutBOpent HJIH ciep- 



ci Kpyr.iOK nuanKOE) ME 
roiOBKoro. 

BHTeHCl>-60JITT>. 

KycoKi napycHHH Bt 28 JtOKiefi 



BOJITI y BepxHeft ^aciH noji;yniKH. 

CT> KpIOKOMl. 
CT, yfflKOMI). 

a, sacoBT>, 3anopx>; sacoBKa, 
HHorsa Bt Jio^tiaiKyj 
a HHor r ia BI KypOKi. (y pyateft- 
naro 



Ocxpoe 



60.1x1. 



SaiioiHbift sacoBi., CHBITB. 
EoJirb c't> mecxHrpaHHOK IOJIOBKOK). 
Koeio nojbiMaiox'b 

y jiBepeft. 
BtiKo.ioxKa, 60.11%, cjyavamift 



Liyxoft 601x1. 

ByJIHHHHH inn 



ci> HC- 



BOJIXI. CT> Koibiiomi, y Koxoparo 
6oKa Kpyrjue, BT> Koxopue BKJia- 
jbiBaexca sacoBt HJH Hena. 

CX> ^JHHUOK) H XOJCXOE) 33- 
BapHOK) roaOBKOB. 

CX> MOCKOK) rOJIOBKOF), 
BOIXI C1> HCKOK). 



BOJIXI, j.ia npnnptn.^enia ^acxefi 



Bolt. 



74 



Boil. 



'2889. garnish bolt. 

2890. bolt head. 

2891. holding bolt. 

2892. holding down bolt, st. eng. 

2893. hook-bolt. 



2894. hooked paddle bolt. 

2895. joint bolt. 

2896. key bolt. 

2897. king bolt. 

2898. lip head bolt, art. 

2899. bolt of a lock. 

2900. long iron bolt*. 

2901. P bolt. 

2902. long pump-bolt. 

2903. bolts of the lower links of 
the chains. 

2904. bolt of a musket stock. 



2905. bolt nab of a lock. 

2906. packing bolt. 

2907. paddle bolt. 

2908. point bolt (on the gun's 
carriage , art. 

2909. pointed bolt. 

2910. pole bolt. 

2911. prise, running up or traver- 
sing bolt, art. 



rap, rag pointed bold V. barb- 
bolt. 

2912. ring-bolt. 

2913. ring-bolt ragged. 

2914. bolt-rope. 

2915. bolt-rope line. 

2916. bolt-rope needle. 



2917. bolt-rope yarn. 

2918. to blow out of the bolt 
rope, to take off the bolt- 
rope. 

2919. to sew the bolt-rope to a 
sail. 

2920. round headed bolt or boss 
headed bolt. 

2921. saucer headed bolt. 

2922. screw-bolt. 

2923. bolt screwing machine. 

2924. set bolt. 

2925. shackle bolt. 

2926. short pump bolt. 

2927. shoulder bolt. 

2928. sliding bolt. 

2929. small bolt. 



boulon a tele chanfreinee. 

matras, recipient, 
boulon d' assemblage, 
boulon de carene. 

crochet d'aube, cheville a croc 



boulon a crochet des pales, bou 

Ion de carene. 
cheville a goupille. 
boulon a clavette. 
maitresse cheville. 
cheville k mentonnet. 
pene. 
paille. 

boulon en forme de la lettre P. 
cheville de potence de pompe. 

chevilles des etriers de haubans. 
tiroir. 



picolet. 

boulon de serrage. 

boulon a croc, 
cheville i goupille. 



cheville A pointe aigue. 

cheville ouvriere. 

tenon ou boulon de manoeuvre 



piton a anneau, cheville a boucle. 

anneau a fiche, organeau. 
ralingue. 

ligne a ralingue. 
aiguille a ralingue. 



fil & ralingue. 
deralinguer. 



ralinguer une voile. 

boulon & tetc ronde ou k cham- 
pignon, 
boulon a tele k pans, 
boulon & vis. 
machine a fileler. 
boulon, cheville. 

piton a fourche. 

cheville de pompe. 
boulon h epaulement. 
pene a coulisse, liroir. 
targette, verrou. 



Boixi, y rojOBKH KOTOparo onpyr- 

yivihi H.III rpanH. 



KpEnHxe.ii>HbiH 60.1x1. 
EOJTI ;pa iipHRpinj 

MCHTa napOBOH siamHHU KT> .nmmry. 
KpioKi, cjy/Kaiin'H fl.ua 

aonacTH rpe6Haro 

y KOioparo KOHeut ci> raKOMi. 
KproKt flja yKp-Biuems aoiiacxeft 

rpeo'Hux'h Koaeci. 

BO-SXl CT. H6KOK). 
BOiTi CI> H6KOK). 
I'j.'UtHUH 60JTI. 
BOJTl CT. KpIOKOMl. 
33COB1). 

KCJitsHue CojiTU, nanp. 

60JTH. 

, noxoKiil Ha Jiniepy P. 

Jlt3HUft KpK)KT> CTb I&- 

KOMI> jiia O'lHiuenia noiinH. 
BOJTU nyTHiici-njianoKi. 



JUH iiJiacruHKa, KOiopu- 
MH HHor^a CTBOJT. pyqHaro orHe- 
CTpfehnaro opya;ia ynpinjaexca 

Kl JIOHit. 

OOxBaieni, cKOiioHKa BT> 
npHKptnjeina aacosa IUH 

HaXHMHOH GOJITT) y IK'HIiKOBOfi Ha- 
OHBKH. 

6ojm>. 
, neKa (ua aatttert), SOJITI ci 

yiHKOJiTi, Bl KOTOpOC BK.ia,IU- 

Baeica aacoBi HJH seKa. 
OcTpOKOneini.ift 6ojin>. 

Cep.ICHHIIIi'l., BIKBOpeHB. 

BOJIT>., Bi.ixo r iafflif[ BHapyaty Jia- 

ifieTHMXIi CTaHHHl, MH IIOflKjaiU- 

Bani3 ])],i'i.iroBi> iipn HaiBHranin H 
iionoporaxr. ja(j)eTOBi> BI cxopoHH. 



r h PHMOMI>, pUMi-6o.ixi; 

cKooa HJH o6yxi. 
KoJibii.0 CT> epmoMt, pujn>. 

; inxMK7)-6ojixT>, niKaxo- 



JlHKxpocoBa.a 

jlHKOBaa Hoa, flja npiiiuHBania JIHKT>- 

xpoca HJH niKaxopHnij KI na- 

pycy- 

jlHKOBaa HHXL. 

Oxnopoib -iiiKi-xpocu; BupBaxt na- 

H31> .l 



i> napycy. 
BOJTI. ct nojyKpyrjoro POJIOBKOH). 



ci Bornyxoio mjianKOK). 

BOJXl C^ BHHTOMl. 
BO-lXO-TOHHJIbHIjfi CXaHOKl. 

), KoiopUMi cKptnjiflioxca 06- 

flOCKH. 

ouyxi., BHJioodpasHaa 
CKo6a. 

KopOXKJH COJXT> 

ct 
3ano^HiJH sacoBt CT. 



Bombardment. 



75 



Bolt. 



2930. sprig-bolt. 

2931. spring-boll, 
bolt-sprits V. bowsprits. 

2932. square-bolt. 

2933. square headed bold. 

2931. staples of a bolt. 



2935. Starting-bolt. 

to start a bolt V. to drive a 
bolt. 

2936. stern-bolts. 



2937. Stopper-bolt. 

2938. swivel bolt. 

2939. bolt toe of a lock. 

2940. toggle-bolt. 



2941. throat-bolts. 

2942. transom bolt, art. 

2943. traversing bolt, pivot bolt, 
pivot of a traversing plat- 
form, art. 

2944. bolts with a ring and a hook. 

2945. wraining or wring bolt 



2946 Bolt, v. a. 

2947. Bolted, part. 

2948. Bolter, s. 

2949. Bolting:, s. 

29oO. bolting; (a tenon into it' s 
mortise) (called draw boring). 

2951. Bomb, s. 

2952. bomb chest. 

2953. bomb ketch or vessel, 
bomb-ship. 

2954. bomb proof. 

2955. bomb-tender. 

2956. Bombard, s. 

2957. Bombard, v. a. 

2958. Bombardier, s. non com- 
missioned petty officer. 



2959. Bombardment, s. 



boulon, dont le bout est lermine 

en fiche. 
p6ne k ressort. 

boulon, cheville carree. 
boulon k tete carree. 

verlevelles. 



repoussoir k manche, cheville a 
repousser. 

dames. 



cheville k boucle pour les bosses 

des cables, 
boulon h emerillon. 
coque, pied de biche. 
boulon i tele plate avec un mat- 

ras ou recipient carre. 

chevilles des comes de vergues. 

boulon d'assemblagc. boulon d'en- 

tretoise. 
cheville ouvriere. 



chevilles & boucle et k croc, 
antoil, davier, sergent. 



cheviller, boulon ner; bluter, tami- 
ser. 



boulonne, cheville. 

bluteau ou bluloir, tamis, passoir, 

etamine. 
chevillage, action de cheviller. 



bom be. 

coffre k feu. 

galiote & bombes, bombarde. 

a' 1'epreuve de, h 1'abri de bom- 
bes, blindage h 1'epreuve de 
bombes. 

vaisseau porle-bombes, tender de 
la bombarde. 

bombarde, busee. 

bombarder. 

bombardier, marin canonnier. 

(Decret sur 1'organisation du per- 
sonnel des eguipages de la tlot- 
te du 5 Juin 1855 litre II 
art. 42-71.) 

bombardement. 



Bo.in>, y Koioparo KOHCUI epmom,. 
3aMOinufi aacoBi ci npyxHHoio. 

HexupcxyrojiHufi COITI. 

EOJTI. ct IIJIOCKOIO HCTupexrpaH- 

BOK) rOJOBKOK). 

CK06KH, Koaeca BHyrpH saMita, no 

KOBLMt 3aCOBl XOJHTl H 



BOJITX ci pyiKOB 



YKJUOIUHIJ. 
GOJTIJ no Coi;aMi> poyjBca BT> 

KOpMt DUDHKH. 
BOJITl. Cl pHMOMt JJI3 
CTODOpOBl. 

ct BepiJiioroMi. 

^BHXKa, sauopi. 
BOJTX, y KOTOparo 
ct MexupexyrojiBHOK) fliipoio, 

H6KH. 

BOJTU y TO-ICTUX-B KOHII,OBI, T& 

HJH rnna. 
CBSSHOH 6ojin>. 



ciepateni) .ia4eTa na 



CKoa, ptiMi,, xsaiKa wa 
oOmiiBHtixi JI;OCOKI; TH 
CKH; HasHMT>: TOJicxaa 
nojoca, OKaninBaioiuaaca 
'b H nntioinaa Jtpyroft 
KpioieKi., 
ea. 

, CKpiiuait CojiaMH, sa- 
60JT1., cniHBaTt 



6oJiTHKaMH; 
6ojiaMH 



H.TH 
CHTO, ptmeio, rpoxoTi. 



CKpinjieme Coaxaim.; cmnBaHie HR- 

nmnajm, ca^Ka na 
. 
BoiaCa. 

6osi6aMH. 
cy^uo, 



, CJIIHJH- 
, saitpUTUH CJHII jaa;eMT>, 



narpyatemioe 



Boii6apjiinpT> (ssanie, npiiCBOCHHoe 
KanonepaMi). 



Boa6apji,HpOBaHie. 



Bond. 



76 



Boom. 



2960. Bond, s. 

2991. bonds, s. 

2962. bottomry bond C. 

(Lees, Laws of Shipping II art 
IV p. 82). 

2963. chain bond or chain timber. 

2964. in bond C. 

2965. cleared, sent in bond C. 

2966. Bonding warehouse C. 

2967. Bondage, s. 

2968. to carry a bone in her 
mouth. 

2969. Bonfire, S. 

2970. Bonnet, s. 



. key or button of the bon- 
net. 

2972. chain knot of the bonnet. 

2973. to lace on a bonnet. 
2974. latch or lask of a bonnet. 

297?5. preventer of the bonnet. 



2976. to shake off, to strike off, 
to unlace the bonnet. 

2977. Bonus, s. 

2978. Book, s. 

2979. blank book. 

2980. book of cargo C. 



2981. day-book. 

2982. memorandum book. 

2983. order-book. 

2984. Boom, s. 



2985. bentick boom. 

2986. boom-boards. 

2987. boom-crotch. 

2988. fire-boom. 



2989. boom* fore and aft. 

2990. foresail boom, fore boom, 
gue?s warp boom. 

2991. guy of boom. 

2992. boom of a harbour. 



2993. boom iron. 

2994. jib-boom. 

2995. flying jib-boom. 



lien, attache, corde, noeud, liai- 
son, appareil, billet, obligation, 
contrat. 

liens, fers, prison. 

contrat a la grosse, acte ou lettre 
de grosse. 

(Code de Commerce Livre II Tit- 
re IX art. 311-331.J 

enchevetrure. 
en douane. 
expedie en douane. 

entrepdt. 

joug, servitude, emprisonnement, 
esclavage. 

se dit d'un vaisseau, qui blanchil 
les eaux sur son passage. 

feu de joie. 

bonnette, bonnette maillee, bon- 
net a pretre, tenaille double, 
nom general de toules les voi- 
les d'elai et des bohnettes. 



garcelte de bonnette. 

noeud de chaine de bonnette. 

larer une bonnette. 

clef de la bonnette maillee. 

faux amarrage de la bonnette 
maillee. 

delacer, deboulonner, demailler, 
deranger la bonnette maillee. 

boni, prime, don gratuit. 

livre. 

livre blanc. 

livre contenanl une specification 
de tout le chargement d'un 
vaisseau. 

livre journal, journal. 

tablelle, agenda. 

livre d'ordres. 

arbre, arc boutant, boulehors, 
boule-dehors minois, baton, 
barre, f!6che, paune, chaine 
d'un port, estacade flottante. 

boulehors de misaine. 
planches de dr6me. 
corne de vergue. 

boulehors (pour defendre 1'appro- 
che des brulots etc.). 

faux ponl fait des vergues et des 

mats de rechange. 
arc-boutant de misaine, vergue de 

tangon, tangon. 
bras de tangon. 

chaine d'un port ou panne. 



blin, cercle de boutehors, rocam- 

beau. 

baton de foe. 
baton de clin, foe, boute dehors 

de clin foe. 



coxm; ysejrt, BSSJIO; 
o6flsaHHocxB; 



KOH- 



Y3H, OKOBSI. 
EoAMepeHHBlH KOHXpaKX-B. 

(CB. 3aK. YCT. Topr. KHHra III, 
pasjrBjn, 3, TJiaBa 1 ex. 1057 
1062). 

ILlOXHHHIiaH Bfl3Ka. 
Bl XaMOIKHt. 

OinmeHHuii BI xaMOJKHi, oxnpaB- 

jeHHHH Bf> XaMOJKHK). 

Micro CKJia^KH TOBaposi., nanraysi, 

6yaHi>. 
Saxoneme, HGBOJ*, paficxso. 



ntny UOJTB CKyjioio. 



OFOHB. 

Jlacejii,, KOTOpuft npncTerHBaeTca KI 
napycy HJIH npnniHypoBUBaeTca 
K-L HHsy spyraro iiapyca iia 
cyflaxi,, BI THXIH 
HasBame Bctxi 
H jiicejieft. 



KopeHiioft Koneni JHce.iB-niHypa 
na Honi peftKH. 

ciponna na 
jiiiccjibiiaro pefiKa, 



OicxerHyTL, pasranypoBaTb JIHCCJIB, 
pacnycTHTb JIHCCJIB. 

IlpeMia. 

Kraira. 

Ivkiafl HencnHcannafl Knnra. 

TpysoBa/i KHHra, at KoiopyK) BHO- 
caicfl BT> nojpo6nocTH sci TOBa- 
pu, cocxaBjiaiomie rpysi 



Baropi., Bucxpijx,, BeaKoe Bwcxpi- 
jiHBaiomeecfl ji;epeBo; peftKH na- 
jiaro po^a; 6peBHo HJIH 
3arpaa:^aioui,aa BXOJIT> BI 
HJIH BT, piKy, 6oni; pocxeptr. 
cejiB cnnpxT.. 

Pocxepnue UI.HXBI. 



OxnopHue mecxu, ixo6Bi ne flony- 
CKaxB flo ce6a CpanflepOBi HJIH 
saropiBinaroca cy^Ha. 

BpeMCHnaa najiyfia H3T> sanacnaro 
panroyxa 



BucxpijTB-Gpact HJIH 



BOHI, CpeBHO HJIH 

BXO^I KT> rasaHB HJIH BI 



ByreM na peaxi, paKci-6yrejiB. 

YxjierapB. 
BoMi-yxjierapB. 



Boom. 



77 



Bore. 



2996. 



2997 

2998 
2999. 

3000, 
3001. 
3002. 
3003. 



3001. 
3005 
3006. 
3007. 
3008. 
3009. 
3010, 
30 fl. 
3012, 
3013, 



3014. 
3015. 
3016. 
3017. 

3018. 
301 9. 
3020. 



main boom, 
booms. 



main - sail 



main-boom tackle, sheet of 
the boom, mizen-boom. 
boom-ring or hoop, 
ring-tail-boom. 

boom-sail. 

boom of a sloop or brig. 

spanker boom or driver. 

square-sail-boom 



standing boom. 

studding sail boom. 

lower studding sail-boom. 

to rig in studding-sail booms. 

swinging boom. 

boom tackle. 

boom topping lifts. 

towing boom. 

to crutch the boom. 

Boom, v. i). and a. 



to boom or set the sails. 

the ship is coming boom- 
ing toward us. 
booming or buzzing of a 
ball (in the air). 
Boomkfn or biiinkin S. 

hoomkin's lashings. 
boomkin's shrouds. 
Boot-topping, 



3021. Booth, s. 

3022. booty, s. 

3023. Borax, s Na B, chim. 

3024. Border, s. 

3025. Border, v. a. 

3026. to border upon. 

3027. Borderers on the 863. 

3028. Bore, s. 



3029. bottom of the bore, art. 

3030. diameter or size of the bore 
art. 

3031. bore of a fuse, art. 

3032. gauge for the bore for- 
merly used, art. 

3033. indentation in the bore by 
shot, art. 

3034. bore of a key. 

3035. bore of the nave. 

3036. bore of the nipple. 

3037. pump-bore, bore of a pump. 

3038. bore of a river. 



grande vergue ou gui d'un sloop 

ou d'un brigantin, goelette etc. 

grands arc-boutants. 
palan de 1'ecoute d'une voile a 

gui. 

cercle de 1'amure de bonnettes. 
boutehors de paille en cul. boute- 

hors de bonnette de brigantine. 
voile a gui, a baume. 
gui, baume. 

Gui de baume ou de brigantine. 
vergue de fortune ou vergue treou 

dans les batimens a voiles 

latines ou auriques. 
bout-dehors de grand foe. 
boutehors de bonnette. 
boutehors de bonnette basse. 
rentrer les bouts dehors. 
bout-dehors. 

amure de bout-dehors de vergue. 
balancine de gui. 
tangon de remorque. 
mettre le gui au repos. 
porter toutes ses voiles, aller a 

toutes voiles, faire force de 

voiles, 
deploy er les voiles, mettre les 

voiles au vent 

Le vasseau arrive vers nous tou- 
tes voiles deployees. 
bourdonneuienl, bruit relenlis- 

sant. 
boute- lof, porte-lof, chicambaut, 

minot, minois, pislolet. 
aiguilletles du minois. 
haubans du minois. 
demi-bande ou derni carene. 



baraque, loge, cabane. 

butin, pillage, capture, de'pouille, 
proie. 

borax. 

bord, bordure, rebord, coupeau, 
ados, bornes, limiles, frontieres. 

border, mettre une bordure, 
s'etendre a, toucher a. 

con finer a, avoisiner. 

habitants les c6tes de la mer. 

ame, calibre, trou, mascaret, souf- 
fle, ras de maree. 

fond de 1'ame d'une piece, d'un 

canon de fusil, 
calibre. 

lumiere de fusee de bombe ou de 
fusee d'obus. 

etoile mobile, fixe ou a points mo- 
biles. 

trainement du boulet. 



forure d'une clef, 
vide, forure du moyeu. 
canal de cheminee. 
chambre d'une pompe. 
mascaret. 



peeio, Ha nuionaxi., 
raiHHaxi, roajieTaxt H up. 



raaca. 

CT rana sa 6opn, 
niKoia y napyca. 

C?> THKOMT). 

HJIH THKI. 



yHTepv.ince.Jib cnnpTi. 



BucTpi:n>. 
Jhice.ii.na;i 

TonenaHTt. 

HJIH OTBOJH. jwx 6yKCHpa. 

IHKT) Ha MtCTO. 

IIO,I,T> seism napycaMH. 



nar-yca. 

H.TeTi, KT> najit 
napycaiiH. 
CBHCTI 



HafiTOBtr 

BaKuiTani y 6oKanu;oBT>. 

KpeeroBanie cy r i;na M* 

UOJBO^HOH TiaCTH OTt 

pauymeKi), IMHHU H np 
raajiaini. 



Bypa. 

Kpaft; KaftMa. GopjuKpi.; norpaHira- 

Haa seMJia, rpamma; paMa. 
KaftMHTB, o6niHBaTi>; 

6HTB CMtlKHUMl. 



IlpH6peKHBie SHTCJIH 

^npa; 6ypaBi, 
KajH(5pi nyniKH, jiyao; 
CBepjieHie; cnopnoe reienie. 
O KanaJia apTHJuepiiicKaro opy- 
ia, pyatefinaro ciBOia. 



piflcKiixi o 
aHajeut BI> Con6oBOH 

HaTHOH 



rpa- 



jua. noBtpKH Kanaka opy^ifi. 
IJ,apanHHa BT> Kanajit, 

CX OTb HepOBHOCTCH 

ca na noBepxHOCTH 
TpySna, ^npo^Ka y 



Tpy6ti. 

CTBOJTB noMnu. 

MacKape (nosBUineHie Mopa npa 
ycTtaxi ntKOTOpux'L ptut, BI 
OcTt-Hnflin, nponcxo^amee on. 
CTo.iKnonenia cliviafino 



Bore. 



78 



Borrower. 



3039. bore of a rocket, art. 

3040. screw-bore. 

3041. surface of the bore or cham- 
ber, art. 

3042. to take the diameter of the 
bore, art. 

3043. bore, V. a. 

3044. to fine bore. 

3045. to bore ground. 

3046. to bore a gun. 
304". to bore a key. 

3048. to bore out. 

3049. to bore a pump. 

3050. to bore through. 

3031. to bore up or enlarge a 
gun, pump. 

3052. Borea, s. wind whith blows 
in the Adriatic. 

3053. Borer, S. 



3054. fine-borer. 

3055. pump borer. 

3056. Boring, s. 

3057. boring bar. 



boring bench V. bench. 

3058. boring bit. 

3059. the first bit. 

3060. the second bit. 

3061. the polisher. 



boring block or head V. block. 

3062. bridge of a boring bench. 

3063. boring ships, borings. 

3064. chuck of a boring-machine. 



3065. boring or drill-chuck. 

3066. boring engine. 

3067. finishing boring bit. 

3068. lever of a boring bench. 
3069. 

3070. 



boring machine or boring 

mill. 

mark of the boring let on 

the gun. 



3071. Borrow, v. n. 



3072. Borrower on bottomry C. 



creux, ame de fusee, 
cloutiere , clouiere, clouere, clouviere. 
paroi de 1'ame ou de la chambre. 
calibrer une piece. 

forer, percer, aleser, trouer, pous- 

ser, penetrer. 
polir, aleser. 
sonder le terrain, 
forer un canon, 
vider une clef, 
aleser. 

creuser une pompe. 
percer a jour. 

aleser, reforer un canon, rouanner 

une pompe etc. 
vent qui souffle dans TAdriatique. 

foreur, reforeur, perceur; tariere, 
vrille, vilebrequin, perQoir, ale- 
soir, gibelet, drille, foret, bon- 
donniere, rouanne, aiguille, epin- 
gletlc, barre a mine, sonde. 

polisseur. 

cuiller, rouanne de pompe. 

forage, alesage. 

arbre d'alesoir, tige de foret. 



alesoir, foret, bedon, meche, ba- 
guette a meche. 

premier foret. 

deuxi^me foret, foret d'agrandisse- 
ment. 

polissoir, alesoir. 



bride, chapiteau. 
buchilles, copeaux d'alesoir. 

mouchon. 



porte-foret, mandrin porte-foret. 
bane h forer. 
meche, mouche. 

crosse du bane de forerie. 
alesoir, machine a percer. 
trait de foret. 

emprunler; approcher ou accoster. 
preneur k la grosse. 



piHHaro xeiema CT> 
npOTHBt o6HKHOBenHaro, 
BOITB siopa). 
nyxpeHHfls nycxoxa paKCTHofi riub- 

311. 

rnexoKi, 
y BHHXOBI. 



csep- 



Ka.mo'poBaxB opysie. 



PascsepJiHBaxB, 

JIHXJj 



Ilpo6oBaTB 



CTBOJIl. 

jHpy B-B 



noMny. 
, npo6y- 
PHTB nacKBOSb. 
HepecBepjiHTb CTBOJTB, npocBepjm- 

Barb HanapbCMi noMny. 
Bopa; BixepT,, cBBp-BncTByromifi C*B 
ropi,. 

, 6pti3raci; CypaBi, 
csepjio, nanapbe, 



Haiiapbe SJIH BHCBepjiHBania HOMII i,. 

npo- 



cBepJiMBHaro ctaHKa; csep- 
.111.11,111,111 cxe6ejib, cTepateHb cBep- 

.r.i.ii.iiijii. 6pyci>. 

BypaBi, 



IlepBoe caepjio, 

Btopoe cBepjio, pa3BepiHoe csepjo. 

Gsepio, KOiopuMi 
Ka.ua.jn> jio jiiasiexpa, 
Hoe npH npo6t; rjia^HJBnoe csep- 
ao; Kpacuoe HJIH OKoniaxeJibnoe 
caepao. 

CnoCa, o6oHMa CBepjiHibHaro cxaHKa. 
OnHJiKH, upOHcxoianu'e oxi CBep-ie- 

mn, cxpyaiKH. 

I>a0i;a HJIH rnfojo y CBepJHaBHaro 
cxaHKa, jtJia yKptiuiema xoft seutH, 
Koxopyro cBepjflTt. 
nonepera csepjia. 
cianoKi. 
Hextipeirpannoe CBep.to, 

pfeOKT>. 

Puiarij, ranranyn. 
cxaHKa. 

Jianinna. 



I],apanHHa IUH CBepJiOKOBHiia, npo- 
HstfejteHHaa cBepJOMi> BI BMCBep- 
iHBaeMOMi> CXBOJTE. 

Bpjxb BsaftMij, saHHMaxb; saxoj;iiXB, 
cxaHOBHTbca Kpyxo (roBOpH o 



CoBepinaiomift naeui. 



Bosh. 



Bcltom. 



3073. Bosh S. 

3074. boom of the sea. 

3075. Bows, s. 



3076. bo, bed- die or bottom 
swage. 

3077. breech-nail-boas art. 



3078. lo hammer or forge in a 



bo** or round headed bolt V. 
bolt. 

3079. bo.-** work. 

3080. Bowsed, bossy, adj. 

3081. Both sheets afu 

3082. Bottle, s. 

3083. leather bottle, bag or skin. 

3084. stone bottle. 

3085. Bottom, s. 



3086. at the very bottom of the sea. 
bottom-board V. board. 
bottom of the bore V. bore. 

3087. cartridge-bottom art. 

3088. bottom for case, art. 

3089. case shot-bottom, wooden 
bottom for case or canis- 
ter shot art. 

3090. clayey bottom. 

3091. clean bottom. 

3092. conical bottom for howitzer 
case-shot art. 



34)93. bottom of coral. 

3094. bottom of the crucible. 

3095. tilling or convexity of a ship's 
bottom . 

3096. to find or get bottom. 

3097. bottom flask or box. 



3098. tlat or sharp bottom. 

3099. foul bottom. 

3100. from top to bottom. 

3101. bottom of a furnace. 

3102. middle bottom piece. 

3108. muddy bottom. 

3104. oozy bottom. 

3105. bottom part or flat bottom. 

3106. to pay or scrab the bottom 
of a vessel, to keep a clean 
bottom. 

3107. bottom-piece of a cask. 

3108. bottom-plank. 

3109. plank-bottom. 



etalage. 

sein de la mer. 

bosse, bossette, clou, bouterolle, 
saillie, auge en bois, oeil, dis- 
que, renflement, moyeu. 

matrice. 

bouteroile d'ecusson de culasse. 



clamper. 



ouvrage de bosse, en relief. 

en saillie, en relief, bossele, orn6 

de bosses, 
entre deux ecoutes, 

bouteille. 

oulre. 

bouteille de gres. 

fond, fondement, has, bout, fin, 
sole, cul, culot, enfoncement, 
bordure; bodine, carene; oeuvres 
vives, depot, lie; vaisseau, bail- 
ment, pavilion. 

au fin fond de la mer. 



culot de cartouche, 
culot de boite a balles. 

sabot en bois pour cartouches a 
balles. 

fond d'argile. 

fond nettoye. 

sabot de boite a balles pour obu- 
siers (sabot conique, tronc coni- 
que etc. suivant le raccorde- 
ment de 1'ame avec la chambre). 

fond de corail. 

culot de creuset. 

poitrine de gabords. 

trouver fond en sondant. 
chassis. 



sole, fond plat ou fin. 

fond non nettoye. 

de haul en bas, de fond en 

comble. 
ouvrage, bassin de degorgement. 

piece, maitresse piece. 

fond de vase. 

fond bourbe.ux. 

sole. 

espalmer un vaisseau. 



enfoncure. 
franc-bord. 

bordage de fond. 



coeAHHfiraBu'e ropin, jo- 
.M<Minok no'in (-1, maxxoK). 



niHiiiKa, jthiiiyKJHiia; O-IKO. 
aSaoKo; KHCKT>; B03BHmeHie, 
yxoamenie; cxyimua. 
EacMa JUH (Jiopjia m, miauiit. 



saKOBi y cKo6anofi 
KH, sa Koiopufi 

XBOCTOBHft nun rj.. 



HSI Mexaoua 
Benin xaKoro jnua, KUKOJI 

.:an r r. na (j)opnt HJH 6acnt. 



a paCoxa, 



na (^op.neBHHfl'B; XOHHOC 3Ha?e- 
Hie: o6a niKOxa HaxaHyxa JIOBHO. 



,J,HO, 
rpyaxt; HHSI, HCUO^I; ocHOBame, 



naa nacxt Kopafijia; canoe, 
HO, KopaSjiB. 
Ha caMOMt AH 



sapaflHaro 
naxpoHa. 



(napxysa) HJH 
JIH Kapxeinofi 



,U,epeBaHHH& 



TJIHHHCXOe 



111,1x1, 



na Bepxnift cJiou 



KopajuoBoe aHO. 

JI,HO XHI'CJia. 

Ilyso IIO,HBO,H,HOM 



JIOXOMT.. 

a KaponaAuaro C'raHKa; 
onoKa BT> BHjvfe paMti ^ja <J>op- 
MOBKH; HHamaa noiOBHHa OHOKH. 
OcHOBanie, nJioma/n>, njiocKoe ^HO. 
He^ncxoe ^HO y KOpaf)Jia. 
Csepxy %o naay. 

EaccefiiiT,, pesepByapi. (AOMCIIHOH 
HCMH). 

uityKa (cocxacnaro 6nMca, 
H np). 

rpyiiTi. 
TonKiu, 6ojioxHCXbifi rpynx-b. 
OcHOBanie, njioma^fc. 

^HCTHXb H CKO^JinXb 

lacxt cyina. 



J^HO y (>O T IKII. 
Hapyxnaa o6mHBKa 
CaproyxoBi>. 



,1,0 



Bottom. 



Bound. 



3110. rocky bottom. 

3111. sandy and shell bottom. 

3112. a bottom of fine clear sand, 
of sand and pebbles,- of 
fine gravel. 

3113. a bottom of grey sand with 
black specks. 

3114. Shape of the ship's bottom. 

3115. dutch, british, french bot- 

tom. 

3116. bottom of ground shells 
and small stones. 

3117. bottom of a shell art. 

3118. bottom of a ship. 

3119. shot bottom, art. 

3120. bottom for pound shot 
(wooden), art. 

3121 stony bottom, 
bottom swage Y. boss. 

3122. bottom valve, st. eng. 

3123. bottom, V. a. 

3124. to bottom shots and shells. 

3125. bottomed, part, and adj. 

3126. copper bottomed. 

3127. flat bottomed. 

3128. sharp-bottomed. 

3129. Bottoming, s. 

3130. Bottomry, s. 

bottomry bond or contract of 

bottomry, V bond. 

3131. to lend, give money on bot- 
tomry C. 

3132. to bonce, v. a. 

3133. Bouche, s. art. 

3134. to bouche or copper vent a 
piece of ordnance, art. 

3135. Bounce, s. 

3136. toounee, v. n. 



3137. to bounce a rocket, art. 

3138. bounce headed rocket art. 

3139. bounce heading rocket art. 

3140. bouncing, s. art. 

3141. bouncing powder art. 

3142. Bound, s. 

3143. bound of a shot, ricochet, 
art. 

3144. to set bounds. 

3145. setting bounds. 

3146. Bound part, and adj. 

3147. homeward bound. 

3148. homeward bound goods or 
produce C. 

3119. ice-bound. 

3150. iron-bound. 

3151. iron bound block. 

3152. irond bound cask. 



fond de rochers. 

fond de sable et de cailloux. 

fond de beau sable pur, de sable 

mele de cailloux, de beau gra- 

vier. 
fond de sable gris pique de noir. 

forme de la carene. 
batiment de forme hollandaise, 
anglaise, franoaise. 

fond de coquilies brisees et de pe- 

tits cailloux. 
culot de bombe, sabot d'obus. 

fond, quille. 
sabot a boulet. 
plateau a pierrier. 

fond pierreux. 
soupape de navire. 

foncer, enfoncer, mettre un fond, 

enjabler. 

ensaboter les boulets 
fonce, fonde, enjable. 
double en cuivre. 
plat, a fond plat, 
place de 1'avant, fond fin. 
enfonc.age, foncage, ensabotage. 

bomerie, grosse aventure, bodimirie. 



donner a la grosse aventure. 

baler sur une manoeuvre. 

grain de lumiere. 

poser ou mettre un grain de lumiere. 

6clat, coup eclatant, marron, petard. 

bondir, s'elancer, heurter, cogner, 
baler un cordage ou une ma- 
noeuvre dormante. 

mettre la chasse au marron ou le 
petard a la fusee. 

fusee de signaux a petards. 

garniture en petard d'une fusee. 

chasse. 

marron, petard. 

borne, limite. 

Bond d'un projectile, ricochet, bond 

de ricochet, 
borner. 
bornage. 

lie", retenu, arrete, destine, encapele. 
en retour, au retour. 
re tours. 



ferme, arrete ou retenu dans un 

port par les glaces. 
cercle ou garni de fers. 
poulie ferree. 
futaille cerclee du fer. 



KaneHHcrafi rpynrb. 
IleciaHHH rpyHTb. 
l lHCTbift necnanuH rpyHi"i> 
MymuaMH, rpym"i> HSL 
: rpasia. 
Cipbift uec^aHbift rpyHTi. 



IIo,3,B02Hafl HaCXb HJH Ky30B1> 

.naHicKOH, AnrjiiicKOH HJH <fpa,H- 

UySCKOH IIOCTpOHKH. 

PpyHTi, panyinKH H MeiKifi 



HJH cersieHTi y 60M6H, 

oina ea. 

EojBOjiHaa lacit cy^ea, 
IDnHrejt nojtt rpanary, uo^i 
,3,epeBaHHUH 

BT> BH3,t KOTJia 
KaMCHHCTKIH 



3a6opTnuw, 



HJH Hapys- 



BKOJOTHTB, B,i;aBHTb; 



cnapajT) KT. 

. 06IIIIITUU. 



HJOCKO^OHHLIH. 

OcipOKHJbUHIH 

oa6iiBanie EJIH aaKOjanHBanie 60 



Eo,T,Mepefl, sacMi seeeri no^i 3a- 
^x cv,T,na. 



J,anaTb jieHbi'it BsafiMH noji sa- 
cy,HHa. 



BHHTI. 
BI opyflie Hosufi saipa- 

BOIHblft BHHTl. 

Xaoiianie, ipecKanie. 

xjionarb; Tpemait, BU- 



BbimnfiHoft aapaji BI pa- 

KCTy. 

rHajbHaH paneia es 
CnapanKa paKeiu 



rpaHH^a. 

ipaeKTOpiH Mes^y 



, ciaBh-a 



Bo3Bpam,aK)ui,ifica, Ha 



TOBapu, 

BHBCSeHHblX'b H3% 10- 



cyji;apCTBa. 
Ebiib sanepxy 



aieJiisHOH) OKOBKOK 
CT> 



Bound. 



81 



Bow. 



3153. oulwart bound ship, ship 
outwart bound. 

3154. bound to such a place. 

3155. wind bound. 

3156. where are you bound to? 

3157. Boundary, s. 

3158. Bounty, S. 

3159. bounty in the royal navy. 

(Queen's Regulations and 4dmi- 
ralty instructions. Ch. XVI, I 
16. Appendix). 

3160. fresh bounty. 



3161. to take the bounty, the 
king's bounty. 

3162. Boves. 

3163. Bow, s. 



3164. bow of a brace. 

3165. bluff bow. 

3166. built with a sharp bow. 

3167. bow chase-gun, bow chase, 
chase, bow gun. 

3168. bow or compass saw. 

3169. bow-compasses. 

3170. cross-bow. 

3171. doubling of the bow. 

3172. drill-bow. 



3173. flaring bow. 

3174. foreparts of a ship's bow. 

3175. galley bow chase. 

3176. bow-grace. 

3177. bow-hand. 

3178. bow of a knot. 

3179. larboard bow. 

3180. lean bow. 

3181. lee bow. 

3182. bow-man. 

3183. on the bow (V. bearings). 



3184. to run foul of each other 
with the bow. 

3185. bow saw. 

3186. ship's bow. 

3187. shipwright's bow. 

3188. starboard bow. 



bailment charge pour le dehors. 
destine pour lin tel port, 
retenu par les vents contraires. 
oil allez vous? ou va le vaisseau? 

borne, limile, frontiere, encl.we. 

engagement, prix, prime d'engage- 
ment. prime d'encouragement, 
gratification, supplement. 

prime d'encouragement pour faire 
entrer au service, ? 



nouvelle prime, nouvelle gratifica- 
tion donnee au militaire qui re- 
prend du service apres 1'espira- 
tion de son premier engagement. 

prendre la prime, la prime du roi, 
preadre du service, entrer au 
service, s'engager. 

caboteur de 1'Espagne meridionale 
(Cadis). 

arc, demi-cercle, regie, pliante, reg- 
ie montee. 

manivelle de vilebrequin. 
avant renfle ou joufflu. 
taille de 1'avant. 

canon, piece de chasse, canon de 

proue. 
scie a fut cintre, a cadre ou a tour- 

ner. 
compas courbes ou a branches 

courbes, 
arbalete. 
garniture de la proue. 

archet, petit arc.on. 



avant fort elance. 

jattes. 

canon de coursler. 

defense de vieux cordages, cordes 
de defense. 

main de 1' archet. 

boucle. 

bossoir de babord. 

avant maigre. 

bossoir sous le vent. 

archer; nageur de 1'avant brigadier 
de canot ou chaloupe. 

plus en avant que la traverse du 
vaisseau en parlant du gisement 
des objets qui se trouvent en mer, 
par les haubaus de misaine, par 
le bossoir, par le travers des 
bossoirs. 

s'aborder de franc etable. 

scie a archet. 

avant, proue, nez, bee, epaule, 

joue. 
arc. 
bossoir de tribord. 



CyjHo, narpya;enHoe H uaauaieHHoe 
BI oxnpaBKy 33 rpaHHuy. 

Cyjno, oxnpaBJimeeca no na:;iia- 
HeniK) BT> raKyK) xo raBam>. 

oa.iepJKain, ntxpOHi, y^epsam BI 

KaKoe Bame Haauanenie? Kyj,a BU 



rpaiimja. 

Harpa^a, npeiiin, joSaBoiHoe za- 
jOBaHi>e, neHcia 



narpaia 

nn;i;niiM'i, 



BO 

jenesnaa 

MH.10CTB. 

Hoeaa narpajia, 

BCTyiliUOlUHMt BHOBB Bl 

no OKOH^aniH cpoKa HXI nepBO- 



npeMiro, BcxynHTB na 



KaCoxaatnoe CV^HO Bt HcnamH 



; jryieKi; jyra; 
Hoct, CKyja; xpaHcnopxHpt 



PynKa KOJOBOpoxa. 
IIInpoKift HOCI. 
IIoji,6opHcxoe ocxpOROHe^Hoe 

HO). 
IloroHHafl nymKa. 

Kpynaa nnaa. 



Ap6a;iexT> HJIH caMocxpijii. 
JI,BOHHaa oCfflHBKa no 6opxy nojt 
anopa. 

j CTajBHOH HJH HteitsHUH jy- 

KOTOpuMi. Bpamaroxt ne- 
csepjio, npn CBepjieniH 
BT. nexajiax^. 
Hoct cy^ua Cb COJIBDIHM'B yiuo- 

HOM't. 



IloroHHaa nymKa. 

PO,*T> KpaHHU K3J, CXapofl BOpCH. 



Ha 



a SensejitHaro Konua (yaia). 

paMfiOJIt. 
HOC1>. 

nHuft KpaM6oiB. 

; 60KOBOH, HOCOB6H. 

; no Kpan6ojiy, Ha 



CofixHCb, cBainibca , HOCI ci HO- 

COMl. 



IIIeKi.. 



KOpaCeibnaro 



Bow. 



3189. bow, strap of the gearing, 
st. eng, 

3190. string bow. 

3191. bow of a sword bit. in. o. a. 

3192. bow-timbers. 

3193. weather bow. 

3194. BOW, v. a. 

3195. Bowed, part, and adj. 

3196. Bower, s. anchor, the two 
bowers. 

3197. Bowl, s. 

3198. large wooden bowl. 

3199. wooden bowl, in powder- 
mills. 

3200. Bowline, bowling, Doling, 
boline, s. 

3201. bowline bills. 

3202. bowline bridles. 

3203. to check the bowline. 

3204. bowline cringle. 

3205. bowline cringle in a bolt- 
rope. 

3206. double bowline knot. 

3207. to ease the bowline. 

3208. fore bowline. 

3209. fore-top bowline. 

3210. fore-top-gallant bowline. 

3211. bowline knot. 

3212. lee bowline. 

3213. main bowline. 

3214. main top bowline 

3213. main top gallant bowline. 

3216. main topsail bowline. 

3217. mizzen bowline. 

3218. mizzen top bowline. 

3219. mizzen top gallant bowline. 

3220. on the bowline. 

3221. bow and quarter I inc. 

3222. to run up the bowline. 

3223. to sharp or haul the bowline. 

3224. bowline-tackle. 

3225. sharp the bowline. 

3226. Bowse, V. a. 

3227. to bowse the guns. 

3228. bowse away! ) 

3229. bowse hoay! f 

3230. bowse tight the fore-lifts! 

3231. bowse up the main bowline. 

3232. Bowsing, s. 



3233. Bowsprit, s. 

3234. bed of the bowsbrit. 

3235. bees of the bowsprit. 

3236. howsprlt-bitts. 

3237. bobstay of the bowsprit. 

3238. bowsprit breasthook. 

3239. bowsprit-chock. 

fiddle of the bowsprit V. bees. 

3240. gammonings of the bowsprit, 



82 



bride. 

corde, lacet. 

branche de garde d'epee. 

poutres de 1'avant. 

bossoir du vent. 

ployer, plier, courber, flechir, incli- 

ner, baisser. 

plie, courbe, flechi, incline, 
ancres de poste ou celles qui sont 

placees aux bossoirs. 
gamelle de bois pour contenir les 

rations des matelots, gatte, jatte. 
jale. 
sebile. 

bouline. 

bittes de bouline. 

pattes ou branches de bouline. 

choquer ou donner un saut a la 

bouline. 

herseau de bouline. 
ancette. 

noeud d'agui double. 

affaler la bouline. 

bouline de misaine. 

boulinette, bouline de petit hunier. 

bouline de petit perroquet. 

noeud d'agui ou de bouline. 

bouline de revers. 

grande bouline. 

bouline de perroquet de fougue. 

bouline de grand perroquet. 

bouline du grand-hunier. 

ourse d'artimon. 

bouline du perroquet de fougue. 

bouline de la perruche d'artimon. 

k la bouline. 

ordre d'echiquier. 

flier la bouline. 

baler la bouline. bouliner. 

palan de bouline. 
bouline, hale la bouline! 
palanquer, palanquer, haler sur un 
cordage, abraquer ou embraquer. 
palanquer les canons. 

oh! hale! 

pese sur les balancines de misaine! 
bouline la grande voile! 
action de palanquer ou de palan- 
quer, de haler sur un cordage. 

beaupre, mat de beaupre. 

tele de I'etrave. 

taquels ou violons de beaupre. 

chambrage, montants des bittes, 

piliers des bittes. 
sousbarbe de beaupre. 
guirlande de beaupre. 
entremise de beaupre, entretoise de 

beaupre, clef. 

liures de beaupre, saisines. rou- 
stures d'eau. 



Bowsprit. 



y napOBofi 

CKo6a, oSofiua, 6yre.iB. 
TexHBa, y^aBKa. 
HepeflHaa ayjKita HJIK cxopoateEi 

ca6ejtbnaro e4>eca. 

HocOBBie 6HMCH. 



, cm6axB, 



CorHVTHH, HarHJ'TMH, HaKJIOHeHHHH. 

HapyasHBieauopa, luexTi, H flarjHKCt.- 
MaipocKifi apxeiBHUH 6aKi. 



6aKi. 
KopiiTo, JOTOKI (Ha nopoxoBUX'B 



k Kpinaxi 6yjinHt. 
y 6yjHHa. 



6yiHHB, uorfla 
no-iate 



ByjIHHB. 

KHCXXH, 



.HBOHHOH 



MarepMaHi. 



6yjIHHI>. 



6yjinHB. 



Kpftce JiB- 



TporB Mapca 

Jleepl nu::;uu, iji; 

KpioficejiB-6y j HH B 



fij'JIHHB. 



na 

ctpoft. 
, TpaBHTB 6yjiHHB. 

TpaBHTB, TSByiB CyJIHHB, KJCITli U& 



TajH AZS. 6yiHHeii. 



TanytB ci. noMOiuiio xajieft, xpe- 
HaxarnsaxB xai3MH. 

npH^BHHVTB K-B 6opxy 

IiyiDKH 

Tpe'KHH 

THHH 4OKa xonenanxi! 
Fpoxa 6yjiHHB upnxBaxH! 
BaxarHBame na sepeBKT. 

KaKoro jn6o xasejaro x-fejia, 



ByranpHXi. 
Cxenci 6yinnpHia. 
BHMCBI y 6ymnpHxa. 
IlepxHepci y 6ymnpnxa. 



ByninpHxi-6penixyKi,. 
Ho^yniKa, yKptnjisiomaa cxenci 6y- 
umpHxa. 



Bowsprit. 



83 



Box, 



3241. head, upper end of the bow- 
sprit. 

3242. heel of the bowsprit. 

3243. bowsprit horses. 



housing V. bowsprit- 
scarf. 

long-tackle block of the bow- 
sprit Y. block. 

3244. bowsprit netting. 

3245. bowsprit-pillow, step. 

3246. running bowsprit. 

3247. bowsprit shrouds. 

3248. bowsprit-shrouds collar. 

3249. bowsprit top-sail. 

3250. bowsprit topsail haliards. 

3251. Box, s. 

ammunition box V. ammunition. 
3232. axle or trunnion box. 



3253. bracket or trail box, art. 

3254. calker's grease box. 



3255. calking box. 



3256. cartridge box. 

3257. core box. 

3258. elevating screw trunnion box 
or cheek. 

3259. feed valve box, feed chest, 
st. eng. 

3260. fire-box, st. eng. 

3261. gland and stuffing box, st. 
eng. 

3262. box for grape shot. 

3263. grease box. 

3264. half box. 

3263. injection slide box st. eng. 

3266. japanned emery box. 

3267. box-key. 

3268. box mandrel. 

3269. moulding or gun box. 

3270. nave-box. 

3271. box and needle. 

3272. paddle-box. 

3273. box or pulley of a drill 
stock . 

3274. pump-box. 

3275. lower pump-box. 

3276. box of a rib saw. 

3277. safety valve box, st. eng. 

3278. box-screw. 

3279. screw-box. 



lete du beaupr6. 

talon du beaupr. 
garde corps, sauvegarde de beau- 
pre\ 



filet, casse-t6te de beaupreV 
Carlinque de beaupre, chambrage 

de beaupre, coussin. 
beaupre courant. 
haubans de beaupre. 
collier de beaupre. 
contre-civadiere, fausse civadiere. 
palan debout de la contre-civadiere 

ou drisse. 
boite, caisse, coffre, coffret, 6tui, 

loge, chambre. 

crapaudine. 



coffret d'affut. 
escarbite, escarbit. 



selle ou sellette de calfat. 



cartouche, cartouchier. 

boite a noyau, boite a faire les 

noyaux. 
crapaudine. 

boite a soupapes alimentaires. 

boite a feu. 

boite a garniture pour tuyan a va- 

peur. 

boite a mitraille. 
coffret de graisse. 
demi chassis. 

boite de regulateur d'injection. 
boite japonaise pour 1'emiri. 

clef a douille. 
mandrin a colonne. 

chassis de moulage. 

boite de roue, boite de moyen. 
le compas de mer, boussole, petit 

compas d'une theodolite, 
tambour, 
bobine. 

piston, 
chopine. 

chaperons, briquets, panne tons, cou- 
plets, 
boite de soupape de surete. 

douille taraudee. 
ecrou. 



Tout 6ymnpHTa. 

llama CymnpHia. 

JIoiinnarH ua tfyinnpurfc, nepm j 
6yranpHTa. 



Ofexisa 



6ymnpHxa. 
6ymnpirrB. 



Kparn-<J)OKanixara . 

EOMI-O'JIHH.H'B. 



, KOpOOKa, 



Bt KOTOpoMi odpaiuacxca 
uepTHKaji.HHii Ba.ri,, 11.111 BO- 
acifc KaKoro JIH^O Mexa- 

HH3Ha HHTHHItt. 



2tHp6aKi., maeHKa, BI KOTOpyro Kaa- 
^yn HaMOHeHHyro neHLKy, wa 

TOrO, ITOfJl OO'MaHHBaTB KOHO- 

naiKy BO Bpejw pafioiH. 

HJH flnniKt wa HHcipy- 

M6HTOBI KOHOnaTIHKOB'B H Ha EO- 
TOpOMt OET, CHJHT^ BO BpCMH pa- 

6oTH; Jinnna, cmtaKa. 
naipoHTarai. 



Kiatrana.' 



i;opoui;a JIJ/T 



Fauna. 

Kopoui;a 
HeiB. 



KapieiHaa 

CaJIBHHK'B. 

IloJiy-paMa. 
Kopo6Ka 

Kopo6Ka H31. JiaKHpOBaHHOfi SCCTH 

xpaneHia 



onpasKa ^JIH 
Hia KOJieui HJH raeEi. 
Onoita BI BH^t paMEi ^j 
KH 



KOMnacoarB. 



y noama. 
y HOMHH. 

neuH y HHJM. 



Kopoftita 



so- 



BHUxosaa Hapt3Ka rat- 
KH, owa, My<J>m H np. 



Box. 



84 



Brace. 



3280. sentry box. 

3281. slide box, badge or block 
of a gun, art. 

3282. slowmatch box, art. 

3283. smoke box, si. eiig. 

3284. stuffing box. 

3285. stuffing box ring. 

3286. tube box. 

3287. upper box or spear box of 
a pump. 

3288. valve box, st. eng. 

3289. boxwoort, bot. (buxus sem- 
per virens). 

3290. BOX, v. a. 



3291. to box the compasses. 



3292. to box haul a ship. 



3293. to box off a ship. 

3294. Boxing engine. 

3295. boxing of the stem. 

3296. Boy, s. 

329". cabin boy, boy. 

(Queen's Regulations et Admi- 
ralty Instructions;. 
Ch. IX. 1. 2. 3. 4. 8. 6. 7. 8. 
9. 10. 11. 18. 37. 42. Ch. XXVI 
28. 29. 30. 34. Ch. XXXII 8. 9. 
Ch. XXXIII et 1.3. 7.Ch. XXXVII 
9 Ch. XXXVIII 14. Ch. XLIII 
82. 86 98. 102. 103. 105. 106. 
Ch. L1I g 2. 3 i. Appendix. 

3298. master of a man of war's 
boy. 

3299. boy of a mess. 

3300. Boyer (flemish sloop with 
a castle at each end). 

3301. Bruce, s. 



brace ar.d bit or stock V. bit 
and bit. 

3302. brace bills. 

bow of a brace V. bow brace 

or cross-beam of a traversing 
plalform V. beam. 

3303. cross jack yard brace. 

3304. diagonal brace. 

3305. diagonal brace of a lock- 
gate. 

3306. brace of a drum. 

3307. fore-brace. 

3308. fore top brace. 



guerite, echangelte, vedette, 
plaque de hausse, piece contenant 

la hausse d'unc bouche a feu. 
coffret garde-feu ou & meche. 

boite a, fumee. 

boite a. garniture. 

presse-eloupe. 

gibernier, car touchier. 

talon du siphon, soulier du siphon, 

heuse. 

boite a clapet, h soupape. 
buis, bois de buis. 

coiffer des voiles, pour remeltre 
prom piemen t le vaisseau en route, 
lorsqu'il a pris vent devanl par 
la faule du timonnier. 

rep6ler le compas. 



faire virer d'une maniere prompte 
vent arriere, lorsque la mer est 
trop grosse. 

faire abatlre un vaisseau. 

laraud de moyen. 

ecarl de 1'elravc avec le brion. 

garo,on. 
mousse. 

Decret sur 1'organisation du person- 
nel des equipages de la flolte 
du 5 Juin 1855. litre IV Chap. 
1-r Section II art. 103112). 



pilolin (sur un vaisseau marchand); 
novice (sur un bailment de guer- 
re). 

gar^on d'une gamelle. 

boyer. 

attache, agrafe, lien, bandage; cou- 
ple, contre-flche, moise ou amoi- 
se, crampon ou cheville de fer, 
ancre, soupente, tiranl, vilebre- 
quin, brassard, bras, tension, 
resserrement, arc-boutant. 



bittes. 



bras de la vergue seche. 
moise inclinee ou en echarpe. 

conlre-fiche, bracon. 

(irant. 

bras de misaine. 

bras du petit hunier. 



i.ia ^aconaro. 
ILiacTHHKa, na Kotopoii 



CiaKani y nosinu. 



KjauaHHaa 

CaMfflHTT,, 



YK.IOITHTB Kopaojib no,TT, Btxep^, no- 
joa;eHien i B nepe^mixt napycost 
na cxentry, Kor^a Kopa6.ib Bbifi- 



pyiifiu KOMnaca BI Ka- 
KOMT> nuSyjb iiopa^Kt; MaxpoccKift 



cKasaib KOMnact no 



napyca. 
ysajiuBaTBca no r i,T> Bixpi, yooHHTL- 

ca OTT. Bttpa. 

MtiHKT. wa napfeKH ciynHi;%. 
IIoj;nopa racnunaMi H np. (B^ KO- 



K)nra. 



K)nra, 
CTBO. 



ronra HJIH MaTpoct, npn- 



Byept (roJuaiWKiii najiyfjuufi 6011). 



CBasb; iexa, napa; no- 

naci); cKo6Ka; 
CKo6a; 6paci>, Tana 
;r.ejf,3HU,i niTyKH, cjiya\aiu,ia noj- 

IIOpKaMK BT. pa3.1HHHUXl laCTHXT. 

Ha i;opa6jTB, KaKi> nanp. cenropa 
wa roioBUxt <})onapefi; 



Bpaci/ KiiexTU iun 



BerHni,-6pacT.. 

r T,iaroHa.ibHbift HOIKOCT., jiarona.iL- 

Haa pacnopKa, nepeRja^Hna. 
CsasB; uoflKOCOKi. (npii 

Bopotaxi,). 
BapaSainmfi naxasHoS peiaent. 



Brace. 



85 



Bracket. 



3309. f ore-top-gallant brace. 

3310. inside brace or purlin of 
a rafter. 

3311. lantsrn brace*. 

3312. laleen braces or vangs of 
a latean yard. 

3313. lee braces. 

3314. main braces. 

331 K. main top braces. 

3316. main top gallant braces. 

3317. mizzen lop braces. 

3318. mizzen top gallant braces. 

3319. brace pendant. 

3320. preventer brace. 

3321. rudder brace. 

3322. sprit-sail-braces. 

3323. sprit-top-sail braces. 

3324. brace and tool. 

3325. weather braces. 

3326. brace, v. a. 

3327. to brace aback. 

3328. to brace about. 

3329. to brace about and fill. 

3330. to brace about the yards. 

3331. to brace about the yards, 
when furled. 

3332. to brace by. 

3333. to counter-brace a yard. 

3334. to brace a drum. 

3335. to brace full. 

3336. to brace in (to lay it nea- 
rer square). 

3337. to brace or rack a load 
ratchet brace. 

3338. to brace-round. 

3339. to brace the yards square, 
square the yards. 

3340. to brace to. 

3341. to brace to starboard or 
larboard. 

3342. to brace up. 

3343. to brace up sharp, to trim 
sharp. 

3344. brace up the main-yard! 
334o. Braced part, and adj. 

3346. Braced in. 

3347. bracing, S. 

3348. Bracket, s. 






3349. axletree bracket or housing 
bracket. 

3350. bracket of a block trail 
carriage, art. 

3351. bracket-bolt, art. 

3352. cat-head bracket. 

3353. bracket or cheek band art. 

3354. console -brackets (canting 
liver). 

3355. hair bracket. 



bras du petit perroquet. 
filiere, panne. 

aiguilles de fanal. 
oste. 

bras de dessous le vent ou de re- 

vers. 
bras de grande vergue ou grands 

bras. 

bras du grand hunier. 
bras du grand perroquet. 
bras du perroquet de fougue. 
bras de la perruche. 
pendeur de bras, bragot d'osle. 
faux bras. 

femelot du gouvernail. 
bras de civadiere. 
bras de contre-civadiere. 
flit et meche de vilebrequin. 
bras du vent, 
brasser, brasseyer, serrer, resser- 

rer, arcbouter. 
brasser a culer. 
brasser a virer. 
reventer. 
contre-brasser. 
dresser les vergues. 

mettre en paune. 

contre-brasser. 

bander une caisse. 

brasser a faire porter les voiles. 

brasser au vent, faire bon bras. 

embreler la charge. 

contre-brasser. 
brasser carre. 

brasser au vent. 

brasser tribord ou babord. 

orienter. 

brasser au plus pres, brasser les 
vergues au plus pres du vent, 
ralinguer en tenant le vent. 

oriente le grand hunier! 

lie, attache, embrele. 

bon bras. 

brassage, brasseyage. 

gousset, console, mutule, modillon, 
tasseau, echantignole, flasque, 
.courbatan de herpes; support, 
chaise d'etambot. 

echantignole. 

flasque. 

boulon de flasque a tete ronde. 

soubarbe de bossoir. 
lien de flasque. 

consoles. 

moulure de la poulaine. 



Buyxpeiniaa 



Cpyca. 



Epacu jiaxHHCKo& pafiiiht. 
noABixpeiiHue 6pacu. 
Ppoxa 6pacu. 

PporL-Mapca-GpacH. 
rpOTT>-6paMt-6pacbi. 
KpiOHcejib-6pacu. 



Bpaci-uiKeiixejiB. 
Konxpa-6'pac'B. 
Py.ieBHfl nexjiH. 
EjiHH,ia-6pacfci. 



H ne'pua y 
HauivrpenHue Cpacu. 



naxarHBaxB, 
; 6paconnxB. 
EpacoimxB napyca na cxeHBry. 
BpacomiTB pea Ha npoxHBHufi rajtd. 
CnoBa Hano.iHHTh napyct. 
IlepeSpacouHTfc. 
BunpaBHTt pen. 



HepeGpaconHTB. 
HaxarHBaiB 6apa6ani>. 
HanojHHTB napyca. 



(5pacu. 
rpyai. 



IIepe6paconHTB. 

06pacoimTB pen noneperL K0pa6aa; 

nociaBHTB pen npaMo. 
Bu6paxB naflixpeHHue Cpaca. 
BpaconiixB pen CTE> npaBOft DJIH jrfe- 
. BOH cxopoHH. 
BpacomixB. 
BpacoiiHXB Kpyxo. 



BpacoiiB rpoxa-peR! 



, saftpacon- 



3a6paconjieHHUH pen 



& no-i&so- 
BixpoMi. 
06paconjHBanie pea DJIH yrojii HS 
CKOJIBKO MO;HO peio oCpaconnxB. 



6pyct); Jiatjjexnaa cxaHHHa; Kpar- 
nixHHi; noAcxHaKa, nojyniKa rpet>- 
naro Koaeca; yitpaineuie. 

HaKJia,HKa CT. BUpfeoMi, jj 
(y ja^exa). 

Jla^exnaa cxanHHa. 

Bojixt jia(J)exHtifi ci Epyrjoro 

KOK). 

CynopxycB. 

06BH3L, oCxBaxtiBaroi^aa cxaniiHy 

noneperi>. 
JlerKoe yKpameHie Ha nepesnefi ^a- 

CXH mxyjIBU.OB'B. 

OKOHCHHOCXB sa^nefi nacm cxaxyn 
Ha Hocy. 



Bracket. 



86 



Branch. 



3356. iron bracket. 

3357. paddle wheel bracket. 

3358. bracket pedestal. 

3359. bracket piece, m. o. a. 

3360. sternpost bracket. 

3361. bracket-trail, art. 

3362. bracket or trail-box, art. 



3363. bracket trail carriage, art. 

3361. Brackish, adj. 

3365. brackish, water. 

3366. Brad, s. 

3367. brad awl. 

3368. Bragozo, s. 

3369. Braid, s. 

3370. Braid, v. a. 

3371. Brail, s. 

3372. additional brail for bad 
weather. 

3373. that ship has her fore sail 
in the brails. 

bran-block V. block. 

3374. lee brail. 

3375. mizzen brail. 

3376. brails for a spanker and 
lower studding sails. 

3377. throat brails of the mizzen. 



3378. weather brail. 

3379. to brail up. 

3380. haul the mizzen up in the 

brails' brail up the iniz- 
zent 

3381. brail up the mizzen stay 
sail! 

3382. brail up the main top mast 
slay siii: 

3383. to brail the spanker. 

3384. Brake, 's. 

3385. hemp-brake. 

3386. howitzer carriage brake art. 
3837. brakes-man. 

3388. brake of a pump. 

3389. railway-brake. 

3390. brake-wheel. 

3391. Braking; machine. 

3392. Bramah's press. 

3393. Brambles, s. 



3394. Bran, s. 

3395. branch, s. 

3396. branch or branching off. 

3397. branch-pilot. 

3398. branch-pipe, St. eng. 

3399. principal branch of a river. 

3400. to top off branches. 

3401. branch-tube, St. eng. 



corbeau de ler. 
chaise. 

piedouche. 
fut. 
chaise. 

crosse d'affut. 
cofiret d'affut. 

affut ;i flasques. 

saumatre, saumache, sale; apre. 

eau saumatre, doucin. 

clou k t6te perdue, grosse pointe. 

alene, poincon effile. 

bragozo. 

tresse, tissu, lacet. 

tresser, entrelancer, cordonner. 

cargue. 

passeresse. 

Ce valaseau a sa misaine sur les 
cargues. 

cargue dessous le vent, 
fourche d'ar Union, 
leve-nez. 

grande cargue ou cargue double 
d'ar Union. 

cargue du vent, 
carguer, embrouiller. 
cargue 1'artimon! 



cargue le foe d'artimon! 
Cargue la voile d'etai de hune! 

carguer la brigantine. 

frein; brimbale; bringuebale; mo- 

que. 
brisoir, broie, moque, machoire, 

tillotte, chevalet. 
levier. 
garde frein. 
bringuebale, brimbale, brinqueballe. 

frein. 

roue d'engrenage. 

broie mecanique, machine & broyer, 

machine a teiller. 
presse hydraulique. 
broussailles, mort-bois. 



son. 

branche, bras, rameau, formeret, 
branche d'ogives. 

embranchement. 

lamaneur royal, pilote c6tier, pra- 
tique. 

tuyau de vapeur, tuyau d'embran- 
chement.i 

bras principal, embranchement. 

ebrancher un arbre. 

cuissard. 



KparniTHHa. 

Hapyatnaa noayinita KJia ito.n>u,a rpe6- 



iiaro 



.loa;a pyspfinaa HJIH 

CXapHHOCTa. 

jia<f>exa. 

flw,HKi,, npii 
.ia<j>pxaxi., 



IIIHJIO. 



, CO,10HOBaxafi. 

Boaa. 

, rB03> 6631 



Mopa. 

OCmee HasBanie raxoBOBt H rop*e- 
Ha cjiyvaa 



KptnKaro 
Y 3ioro K0pa6jia 



THTOBl. 



BH3aHt-rHTOBl>. 



IHTOBT. y ()H3aHH 

KI coe^HHeniio 



OT1 HOKa 

c. 



THTOB^. 
Ha THTOBH. 

Ha rm'Oisu! 



Ance.m> na 



Ha THTOBH! 



Ha rHroubi 

Topnaafc; MHKT>, pynita; 
aJiKa, ipenaao. 
Maio, wajiHua, jtepesaHHaa MajiKa r 

Him KOHonjio H JBHI MHyn. 
raiinmyn>. 
PaConift y Topsiasa. 
MHKT, y noianu. PyiKa pyHHO 



xopMasi 
KOICCO. 
MexanniecKoe 



npecci.. 

KycxapHHKT-; BT. paCoiy, 
Herojinoe jepeBo; 

HHHX03SHOM H.'feHHOCTH. 

Oxpyfin. 

CyKi., BtxBi>; oxpacaB 



OxpanKa, syo^axaa 
KopojieBCKift 



BI. 



. 
IlapoBaa xpyOa, K0jt,no napOBoir 

xpy6u. 

TjaBHuft pynaBT> pisKH. 
06py6axb BT^TBH H cyiia. 
PascxpyCi wa npHcoe^Hnenia xpyCu 

KI jpyrofi xpy6t HJIH KT> oifiep- 

CIJK). 



Brand. 



87 



Break. 



.'iiO-2. Brand, S. 

3403. Brand, v. a. 

3404. Brandish, V. a. 

3405. Brandy, s. 

3406. Branny ground. 

3407. Bra** (alloy of opper and 
zinc). 

3408. brittle brass. 

3409. bra** collar, pillow bush. 

3410. hard brass. 

3411. brass ordnance art. 

3412. red brass. 

3413. brass wire. 

3414. yellow brass. 

3415. Brave, adj. 

3416. Bravely, adv. 

3417. Bravery, S. 

3418. Bray, v. a. 

3419. Braze, V. a. 

3420. Brazier, s. 

3421. Brazing, S. 

3422. brazing solder. 

3423. Breach, s. 

3424. Breach, v. a. 

3425. Bread, s. 

3426. bread-dust. 

3427. bread money. 

3428. ration bread. 

3429. bread-room. 

3430. Breadth, s. 

3431. breadth of a channel. 

3432. extreme breadth. 



3433. half breadth p'an. 

3434. breadth-lines. 

3435. main breadth. 

3436. main half breadth line. 

3437. breadth-mould 

3438. moulded breadth of a ship. 

3439. breadth plan. 

3440. breadth of the rising. 

3441. breadth of & sail, of a 
cloth. 

3442. breadth sirmark. 

3443. breadth of the slide, st. eng. 

3444. breadth sweep. 

3445. top-timber breadth. 

3446. Break, s. 



3447. break of a block. 

3448. day-break. 

3449. break of a deck. 



marque, brandon, tison, stampe, 

fumeron, brulot, flumeron, glaive, 
flelrir, marquer ou bruler avec un 

fer chaud. 
brandir. 
eau de vie. 
fond d'argile. 
airain, laiton, bronze, bronze de 

Corinthe, metal de cloche; cous- 

sinel. 
potin. 
crapaudine, collet, grain, coussinet. 

bronze. 

pieces, bouches a feu en bronze. 

cuivre rouge. 

Ill de laiton ou d'archal. 

cuivre jaune. 

brave, courageux, hardi, vaillant, 
galant. 

bravement. 

courage, valeur, bravoure. 

broyer, briser, egruger, concasser, 
piler. 

braser, souder. 

dinandier, fondeur, chaudronnier; 
rechaud. 

brasure, soudure. 

soudure. 

breche, rupture, violation, infrac- 
tion, desunion. 

battre en breche, faire breche. 

pain, biscuit, galette. 

machemoure, massemore. 

rachat de pain. 

pain de munition. 

soute au pain. 

largeur, le, cueille. 

evitee. 

travers, ligne de fort, bouchin, lar- 
geur de chaque couple a la lisse 
du fort, gros d'un vaisseau. 

plan horizontal. 

lisses. 

la plus grande ouverture, ouverture 

horizontale de chaque couple, 
plan de la demi-largeur. 
etraque. 
largeur interieure d'un vaisseau. 

plan, projet. 
largeur du plan, 
laize. 

couple de levee, 
largeur du tiroir. 

rayon de la courbure. 

largeur ou ouverture du haul de 

chaque couple, 
brisure, cassure, ouverture vide, 

renfoncement, frein. 

echape d'une poulie. 

aube. 

chute du pont, descente du pont. 



, ro.ionciiiKa; (JmECJi 
HO, naxno; MC it, miiara. 
,, :taiiflxna r n>. 



rpynrt. 

KOJIOKOJIBHHH Mexaju-fc; aaTyBt; 6poH- 
sa; 



BepxjiioHiHoe rata^o, HO,TIJIHIIHHI;I,, 



BpoHsa. 

Opy?;ia H31 apTHJuepiiicKaro 

jia. 
Kpacnaa 



XpaCpiiH, 

6paBtIH, H6CTHHH. 

Xpa6po, CMtjo; JOBKO. 
XpaSpocxt, MyatecTBo. 
Tojo^t, xepeiB. 

CnaHBaiaiB. 

Mt^HHETb. 

CnafiKa. 

HpunaH, cnaflKa. 

IlpojioMi); HapymeHie; paspuBi; 

opeint. 

JI,i>jaTb 6pemt. 
X.jit,6i, cyxapt, rajen.. 
KponiKH OTI> MOpcKHxt cyxapeft. 



IIliipHHa. 

OCTaTO^naa mnpHHa Ka- 
s H3Bopoxa K0pa6aa. . 
CT, o6uinBKOK; caMaa 6ojL- 
maa HiHpHna, mnpHHa no 

&HMCJ'. 



royia. 

Phl6HHfcI. 

Ho-iHaa 



6opxa Kopafiejbnaro. 
BHyxpennaa lUHpHHacy^na; 

BHyTpCHHeft o6fflHBKH. 

^epxea-.i, pasjiipOBi cyjea 
IJlupiiHa no Hepxeaiy. 
IlojioxHHine. 



BOKOBOH nepxea;i. 
lIlnpHna sacjoHKH 

.lOTHHKa. 



30- 



PHBT>, 



no xoni-XHM6epcaMi. 

, npoptiBt, oxBepcxie; nepe- 
xop- 



6.ioKa, npoxHBonoJioasHafl xoft, 
BepeBity. 



Ycxyni, 



Break. 



88 



Breakwater. 



3450. break, v. a. and n. 



Our jib-boom broke close 
to the cap. 
to break bulk. 



3451 

3452 

3453. to break down. 

3454. 



3455. 
3456. 



to break the enemy's 
to break through 
enemy's line. 
break-ground. 
to break ground. 



line, 
the 



3457. to break the line. 

3458. to break loose. 

3459. to break off. 

3460. to break off an engage- 
ment. 

3461. to break an officer. 

3462. to break out. 

3463. to break a piece out. 

3464. to break in or to pieces. 



3465. to break sheer. 

3466. the Ship is to break in 
sheer. 

3467. to break through or open. 

3468. to break up. 



3469. to break up mousoon. 

3470. to break up as unservice- 
able. 

3471. to break upon a coast, over 

rocks elc. 

3472. Breaker, s. 

3473. breaker, s. (cask contai- 
ning notquite half a pipe). C. 

3474. fender-beam of a breaker. 

3475. breakers, s. 

3476. Breakfast, s., v. n. 

3477. pipe to breakfast! 

3478. Breaking, s. 

3479. breaking bulk. 

3480. breaking ground. 

3481. breaking in of the bank 
of a river. 

3482. breaking an officer. 

3483. breaking open. 

3484. breaking up of ice in a 

river. 

3485. breaking up of old boats. 

3486. Breakwater, S. 



briser, rompre, casser, eclaler, cre- 
ver, percer, se rompre, se desu- 
nir, dechirer, deferler. 



N6lre baton de foe se cassa tout 

pres du chouquet. 
commencer k decharger un vais- 

seau. 
culbuter, abattre, demolir, renver- 

ser. 
percer, enfoncer 1'ennemi, rompre 

ses rangs, traverser la ligne 

ennemie. 
point de depart, 
ouvrir la lranch.ee, becher; lever 

1'ancre, appareiller pour le large, 

fuir. 
couper la ligne. 

se detacher. 

arreter, discontinue^ entrecouper; 
perdre de (en parlant ducours). 
discontinuer, arreter un combat. 

casser un offlcier. 
deboucher, jaillir. 

ebrecher. 

eclaier, crever, rompre, fracasser,se 
fraeasser. 

se trouver ancre dans une bonne 

position. 
Yaisseau a 1'ancre sur le point 

d olre force hors de sa position, 
enfoncer, percer, fundre, se faire 

jour, deboucher. 
depecer, rompre, demolir, conge- 

dier, rompre les bordages d'un 

vaisseau. 

changer de mousson. 
caffuter. 

falaiser 

briseur, infactcur, brise glace, 
tonneau qui ne reuferme pas tout k 

fait une demi pipe, 
chapeau d'une brise-glace. 

brisanls, battures, refreins, freins. 

dejeuner. 

donne le coup de sifflet pour le 

dejeuner ! 
rupture, fracture, brisement. 

commencement de la decharge d'un 

vaisseau. 

ouverture de la tranchee. 
eboulement. 

casse. 

enfoncement. 
'debacle, debaclage. 

dechirage. 

jetee, eperon; vieux vaisseau mouil- 
le k 1' entree d'un petit port, 
pour rompre la mer; petite bouee 



.losiaxt, H3JiasjbiBaxb, nepejaMUBaxb; 
pasjiaMbiBaxB, pas6iiBaxb; pacxpon- 
saxb, nepepUBaxt, paspbisaxb, na- 
pyniaxb, npopsaxb, npopisaxi; jio- 
aiaxbca, upopbiBaxbca, Jionnyxb; 
CHTB, yjiapaib (rosopa o so-maxi,). 

Harai yxjierapb nepe^OMiuca no 

CaMHM 33ejlbl'0(})XT>. 

Jlonaxb xpK)jn>, Ha^nnaxb pasrpy- 



onpOKHHyxt. 
Ilpopfoaxb HenpiaxeatCKyio 



Mtcxo oxnpasjieHia. 

OxKpbm xpanineio; nepeMtHnxt cxo- 

HOJlHfllb flKOpb H 6pOCHXb 



Ilpopsaxi, jHHiio; nepect^b 3KBa- 
xopi.. 



Hpepsaxb, npepbiBaxi,, oxcxynnxbca; 

CHocHXb, yKJOHflitca OTI> Bixpa. 
IIpepBaxi,, iipeKpaxHXb p$ao, cpa- 

senie. 

IlpoxecxoBaxb o<j)HU,epa. 
HanHHaxb, o6HapyaiHBaxbCfl; 

Baxbca, Cpusraxt, 

BufiHXb, BbWOMHTb. 

Pas6nBaxB, pacmHCax 

BT. 



y^oCnoaii noJtojKeiiiH na 



Cyji.no GJIHSKO KI 
iitcxa. 



Paripyinaxb, 

})oe cyclic 

cyjHo. 
ITepewtiiHTb MycoHi. 



cxapoe 

CVJHO. 
061. yxecti, o fieperi 



y Mocxa, Jieii 
, cojiepaiamas ueMHoro 
uojrb-nnnu. 

(Bepxniii HaKjioHnuft 6pyct 



yHT,, npHo 
pa 
CBHH;H 



Pa36nxie, nepejiOMi, nepep&nrb, yja- 

penie; pasSHBanie BOJIHI. 
Haiajio BurpynKH cy^na. 



OxKpsixie xpanraeH. 
6epera pi>KH 



Cnwcaxb o$Hi;epa 



PasoCpanie cxaptixt 
BOJHOJIOMI; 



Breakwater. 



89 



Breech. 



3487. breakwater in slum 1 . 
8488. Bream, V. a. 

3i89. Breaming, s. 

3490. breaming fagot, furze. 

3491. breaming honks. 



3492 Breast, s. 



breast-back-stay V. back stay. 

3493. breast, bulge OF swell of 

the nave. 

breast-beams V. beam. 

breast of a block V. bloek 
(bottom of the sheave hole of 
a block) & break of a block. 

breast-casket V. breast-gasket. 

3494. breast deep, height or high. 

3495. breast-fast. 

3496. breast-gaskets or caskets. 

3497. breast of a gun carriage, 
art. 



3498. breast and heel hoops of 
the nave. 

3499. breast hook. 

3500. breast-hook, art. 
breast-knees "V. breast-hook. 

3501. breast-plate. 



3502. breast-rail. 

3503. breast-rope. 

3504. breast-shares. 

3505. breast transom, art. 

3506. breast water wheel. 

3507. breast-work. 

3508. breast work netting. 

3509. BreatJi, s. 

3510. breath of wind. 

3511. there is not a breath of 
wind. 

3512. small breath of wind. 

3513. Breathe, v. a. 

3514. Breathing hole. 

3515. Breech, s. 



3516. false breech or break off. 

3517. breech of a flag. 

3518. gun loaded at the breech, 
art. 

3519. breech of a gun art. 

3520. breech mouldings art. 

3521. breech of a musket bar- 
rel, art. 



alacheet a uneautre premiere 

bonee de 1'ancre. 
digue, 
donner le feu, chauffer, suiver, 

espalmer, palmer, 
chauffage. 

bois de chauffage ou a chauffer, 
fourches de carene. 



poitrine, gorge, sein, tore,crapaudine. 



bouge de moyeu. 



hauteur d'appui. 
amarre de travers, flanc. 
garcelles, rabans de tetiere, du 
milieu de la vergue, d'envergure. 
tete d'affut. 



cordons de moyeu. 

guirlande pour fortifier I'avant d'un 
vaisseau, guirlande des ecubiers. 
crochet de retraite. 

plastron; conscience. 



lisse de fronteau de gaillard d'ar- 

riere. 

batard de racage. 
appuis lateraux. 
entretoise de volee ou de devant. 

roue de c6te. 

fronteau. 

basiingage de I'avant. 

haleine, souffle da vent, fraicheur. 

haleine, soufile de vent. 

il n'y a pas le moindre soufile de 

vent. 

fraicheur, soufile de vent, 
respirer, exhaler, exercor, teniren 

haleine, donner haleine a. 
soupirail, ouverture. 
cul, culasse, derricre. 



culasse a bascule ou brisee. 

brague de pavilion. 

canon charge par la culasse. 

culasse. 

cul de lampe. 

tonnerre. 



ILiOTHna, 3anpy.ua, MOJTB. 



jina cyjna. 

XnopocTt fl.ifl oG/KHrania ana 
~>I.v.rl,:;iiu;! inuj.i. nacajKenHbin na 
fljHHHue inecTH, jjia pasHocEH 
orna, Korjia o6a;nraioxT> cyano. 

rpyjuma, jiono; CKyjia y 
cyjnia; naxHHKt (nojiii^THH 

BOJIOlll). 



cty- 



Cpejnaa HJH Tojcxaa 



napaneia. 

BOKOBOH HJIH HOCOBOH Ka 
HOKI> 



JfofJOBaa H.IH 

<|)eTa, a Hiiorji,a TOJBKO OKOBKa, 
noKpHBaioia,aa JioSoByio nacxt cra- 

HHHH. 

MexaMHiecme o6pynn 
BpeinxyKt. 

KpioKi y j 



/l,epeBaHHaa HaifaKa Ha 

si post HejireiuoBi. (KT> HHM-B 



HaKOHeiHHKl yKOJIOBOpOia 

HJH sajia. 
Houepeinufl nepnjia na 



HJIH 6oesaa jia^exnaa no- 



BoKOBoe BO^anoe KOJICCO. 
KapuHsi. iiojiyroxa HJIH noay6aKa. 

C4XKH flJia K06KI CT> HOCy. 

JI,yxx>, fluxame, ^yrioBeaie. 

Jl,yHOBeHie, BixepoKi>. 

Bi>xepT> HC niejioxuexi), DIXEJIB co- 



ie, BtxepOKT>. 



BHymaxB. 



3a3;Hfla ^acxB; saxapejiBiiaa 
nyniKH, KaseHimft BHHXI y 
yrojix> KHHUBI (BT> cysocxpoenin). 

Pa3x>eMHBiH KasennaKi; UO^BHJKHOH 



IlapycHHHHft py6eu,i> 

KHCBeHUOBl. 

Opy^ie, sapaataeaoe 



TopejiBHaa ^acxb opyna. 
Topejib y opy^ia. 
KaseHHaa qacxB, Kaana, 
y 



Breech. 



90 



Breeze. 



1) the screw pin. 



2) the notch, groove. 

3) the neck, butt. 

4) the hole or notch (for 
the hind side nail). 

5) screw or tail hole. 

6) tang or tail. 

7) female screw. 

8) breech nail. 

9) shoulder of the cock. 

10) worms threads. 
3522. breech-nail-boss, art. 



3523. breech ogee, art. 

352i. patent-breech, art. 

3525. to put in the breech or 
pin, art. 

3526. breech of the rising timber. 
352*7. breech or tap wrench. 

3528. under part of the breech 
of a mortar art. 

3529. breech, v. a. art. 

to breech the guns V. bowse 
the guns. 

3530. Breecher, s. in. o. a. 



3531 Breeched, s. 

3532. breeches-piece. 

3533. Breeching, s. 

3534. breeching bolts art. 



breeching charge V. charge. 

3535. gun or breeching tackle, 
art. 

3536. breeching loop art. 



3537. breeching strap, art. 

3538. Breeze, s. 

3539. breeze in brick making. 

3540. baflling breeze. 

3541. cooling breeze. 
3342. day breeze. 

3543. fresh breeze. 

3544. gentle breezes. 

3545. good breeze. 

3546. land breeze. 

3547. light steady breeze. 

3548. moderate breeze. 

3549. nice breeze. 

3550. rising or springing up of a 

breeze. 

3551. sea breeze. 

3552. sea breeze between the 

tropics. 

3553. Stiff-breeze or gale. 

3554. strong breeze. 

3555. (he breeze is steady. 



bouton taraude. 



coche a la culasse. 

talon. 

echancrure de talon, pour le pas- 
sage de la vis du milieu. 

trou de la culasse, trou pour le 
passage de la vis de culasse. 

queue ou support. 

boite tarandee de la culasse ou 
ecrou de culasse. 

vis de culasse. 

epaulement. 

filets. 

bouterolle d'ecusson de fusil, dans 
laquelle se fixe la vis de culasse, 
bouterolle de piece de detente. 

talon. 

culasse a chambre, culasse a dez. 
enculasser. 

goujure, rainure. 
tourne a gauche, 
venire de mortier. 

enculasser. 



enculasseur, garnisseur. 



culolte, chausses. 

piece a culotte, tuyau bifurque. 

brague. 

cheville a boucle pour la brague. 



brague, combleau. 

anneau de brague, place au des- 
sus du bun inn de la culasse, 
croc de brague. 

estrope de culasse, d'affut. 

vent frais, brise. 

fraisil, fasin. 

folle brise. 

zephir rafraichissant. 
brise de jour. 

vent frais. 

doux zephirs. 

bon frais. 

lerral, brise ou vent de lerre. 

fraicheur, petit frais. 
brise maniable. 
jolie brise 
tete de vent. 

vent de mer ou de large, 
moussons. 

grand frais. 
forte brise. 
le vent est rond. 



HJIH KOMejb, T. 6. UHJIHH- 

HacTB, Ha Kotopoft HO- 

BHHXOBU6 liapllSU. 

HJiymift 110 Bepxnefi MO- 
KaseHHHKa KT. saxpaBKfe. 
ILixKa. 
Buptai, BT, naxKf, j,ifl npoxoja saj- 

Hflro npHBepxnaro Bimxa. 
meju> HJIH jtnpa wa xBocxoBaro 

BHHxa HJIH mypyna. 
XBOCTI. 
ycxyni ci BHHTOBUMH 

wa Kaaennaro ituinn. 
XBOCTOBHH mypyni. 
XojiKa, BHCxyni HJIH 

XBOcxa 



y cKo6aHofi 
KH, sa KOTopafi 

XBOCTOBHH BHHT1. 

Topejifc (co6ciBeHHo); 

CKaTT>. 



CTi KaMOpOH). 

3aBHHiHBaii> KaaeHHufi BHHTI. 



Buemta, (^ajTbui, BT. opyct. 
BopOTaatKa (KT, we^HKy). 
Cpe^naa lacit Moprnpu. 

Sanaranan Ka:;fiiMi,iri BHHTI. 



OpyaieftHHin,, atjawmiii BT> 

n;i]it,::i,i j.i;i i;ancnnaro nil ma H 
3aBHH?HBaH)Ill,iu i;ri::t'liill.IC Jill II 11,1. 

IIlTanu, nopTKH. 



CKoOa HJIH 66yxi., 
KOTOpuft npoxo^HTT. CpiOKt ny- 



6pK)KT>, copJHHb, 6para. 
inniiiKa in. nn,it- 



IlyineiHuft ciponi. 
MajOBtxpie, 

Mycopi. 

o6MaHHHBUfi 



pOKl. 

oxjia 

YxpeHHHKl., BtxepOKT. Ilpll. BOCXOflt 



Btxepi.. 
JlerKiu Btxepoin.. 



Bixepi,. 
JlerKift 



OXT> 6epera, 



stxepi. 
B-fexepOKi. 

. 

Btxepi. 



Btxepi. ct 

MycoHt. 



Csisaa nojoca stxpa. 
Btxepi POBHUH, nocxoanHHH. 



Brevet. 



91 



Brig. 



3556. Brevet, s. 

3557. Brew, v. a. 

3558. Brewing, s. 

3559. Briars or briers, s. 

3560. Bribe, v. a. 

3561. Bribery, s. 

3562. Brick, s. 

3563. brick bat. 
5361. bath brck. 

3565. brick-clay. 

3566. brlek dust. 

3567. fire brick. 

3568. brick kiln. 

3569. brick work. 

3570. Brlckfllders, s. 

3571. Bridge, s. 

bay of a bridge V. bay. 

3572. boat-bridge. 

3573. brow of a floating bridge. 
357 4. cask-bridge. 

3575. draw bridge. 

3576. (ire bridge of a furnace. 



3577. 
3578. 

3579. 
3580. 



3581. 
3582. 
3583. 
3584. 
3585. 
3586. 
3587. 
3588. 



fixed or stationary bridge. 
flame bridge, st. eng. 



floating bridge. 
flying, swing or 
bridge. 



pendulum 



hanging water bridge. 

bridge of infleted skins. 

bridge master. 

pile bridge. 

pontoon bridge. 

raft bridge. 

rope bridge. 

bridge of the slide, st. eng. 



3589. stone bridge. 

3590. suspension bridge. 

3591. temporary bridge. 

3592. water bridge, st. eng. 

3593. Bridle* of the bowline. 

3594. bridles of the moorings. 



3595. bridle rod, st. eng. 

3596. Brig, s. 

3597. hermaphrodite brig C. 

3598. merchant brig C. 

3599. brig of war. 

3600. brig with a large squaresail. 



brevet. 

sourdre, se preparer, se former, 

machiner. 
nuage noir, grain a 1'horizon, qui 

arrive ou se forme, 
broussailles, mort-bois. 

corrompre, suborner, seduire, 

gagner. 
corruption, 
brique. 

briqueton, 6clat de brique. 
brique de Bath, 
terre a brique. 
poussiere de brique pilee. 
brique refractaire. 

briquelerie, tuilerie, four & bri- 
que. 

maconnage, briquetage, ouvrage de 
briques. 

nom donne aux vents qui soufllent 
a Sidney (en Australie). 

pont. 

pont de bateaux, 
tablier d'un pont flottant. 
pont de tonneaux. 
pont levis. 

pont de la chauffe, autel de four- 
neau a reverbere. 



pont dormant. 

autel, autel de foyer, mur de 

foyer. 

pont flottant. 
traille, pont volant. 



autel renverse. 

pont d'oulres. 

inspecteur, surveillanl des ponts. 

pont de pilots ou de pilotis. 

pont de pontons. 

pont de radeaux. 

pont de cordages. 

entre - deux des orifices du tiroir. 

pont de pierre. 

pont suspendu. 

pont provisoire ou de circonstances. 

aulel d'eau. 

pattes ou branches de bouline. 

cables de 1'ancre a demeure, 
bouts de cables, qui tiennent h 
des chaines fixees a des ancres 
mouillees au fond, pour servir 
d'amarrage aux vaisseaux desar- 
mes 

bras de rappel. 

brigantin. brig, brick. . 
brick-goelette. 
brick de commerce, 
brick de guerre, 
langard. 



IIpOH3BO,HCTBO OcflHUCpa Bl 1HH1,, 

f>orvi, nasnaienia iiucmaro OKjaja. 



CKOiueHie icpuHxi o6jraKOBi>, npej- 

mecTByjomnxi raKBajy HJH 6ypi. 

UoHKaa nopoia KyciapuHKa HH^XOJK- 

HOH 



IlKI.1], OTB CJOMaHHHXl 

OrHenocTOHHHtift 
nopHuft 



orHey- 



Btipu, jyiomie nocxoaHHO BI> 

nei (BI> 
MOCTB. 



MOCTI. 

HacrajKa njiaBynaro MOCia. 
MOCTI na 6o^Kaxt, 

nO^eMHUH MOCTT,. 

IIopon> caMOjyBHoft nein; 
moe BosBUineHie, oTjii-iaromee 3ta- 
xyray OTT> 



MOCTT>. 
Ile'lHOH MOCTHK1>, 



MOCTI. 

Mocxt (cocxoamift H3t na- 
poaa, npHBasannaro KI> 
3aKHnyTOi.y BI ptny). 
BncaniH MOCTHKI. 

MOCTHKI H31 Ha^yTU 

CMOTpHieab Mocia. 
MOCTI na cBaaxi,. 

IlOHTOHHUH MOCTB. 

MOCTI, Ha njoiaxi. 

BepeBOHHHH MOCTt. 

Meatjiy napOBiiuH OT- 



MOCTI. 
MOCTI. 

BpeMeHHOM MOCTI. 

HycToft HyryHHijft nopora ci> 



aKopefi. 



Bpn,T,ejia 



OTBOJHUH pa^iyci>, pacnopnaa xara 



Bpiiri. 



6pnn> 
a, n 
napyct 



Brigantine. 



92 



Broach. 



3601. Brigantine, s. 

3602. Bright-spot (in a cloudy 
skyW 

3603. Brighten, v. a. 

3604. Brim, s. 

3605. Brimstone s. S. 

3606. Brine, s. St. eng. 

3607. brine-cock. 

3608. brine-gauge, salinomelre. 

3609. brine-pump. 

3610. Bring, V. a. 

3611. to bring a ship about from 
one tack to another (to tack.) 

3612. to bring to action or to an 
engagement. 

3613. to bring a ship to her broad 
side. 

3614. to bring the broadside to 
bear. 

3615. to bring by the lee (V. also 
to broach to). 

'3616. to bring to the cable and 
heave at the capstan. 

3617. to bring down. 

3618. to bring a ship's vane down 
to her water line by a qua- 
drant, in order to asceriain 
the distance from her. 

3619. to bring the guns io bear. 

3620. to bring in a ship 

3621. to bring to the messenger, 
to bring a plank in iis round 

V. to bend a plank. 

3622. to bring to. 

3623. to bring to a ship. 

3624. to bring two objects to one, 
into one, or in one. 

3625. to bring under. 

3626. to bring up C. 

3627. to bring Ihe ship upright, 
to bring the ship to her 
sailing trim. 

3628. to bring the wind aft. 

3629. to bring the wind right 
ahead. 

3630. bring her into the wind! 

3631. bring to! 

3632. Bringing to bear, s. 

3633. Brlse-mur, s. art. 



3634. Brisk, adj. 

3635. brisk charge. 

3636. brisk fire. 

3637. brisk gale of wind. 

3638. Bristle, s. 

3639. Bristle, v. a. and n. 

3640. Brittle, a. 

3641. brittle iron. 

3642. Brittleness, s. 

3643. Broach, s. 



brigantine. | BpuraHxiiHa, 

clairon. 

eclaircir, polir, aviver, bruiiir, eclai- 

rer, aiguiser. 
bord, extremite. 
soufre. 
eau saturee. 
robinet d'extraction. 
salinometre, pese-sel. 
pompe d'extraxtion, pompe a eau 

salee. 
meltre, porter, amener, mener. 

virer vent devant. 

entamer un combat, forcer un 

combat, 
haler un navire a travers. 

embosser, effacer. 

faire chapelle, se coiffer, se laisser 
coiffer, venir en travers. 

bouter le cable au cabeslan et vi- 
rer a 1'ancre. 

culer, amener en bas, descendre. 

ramoner la girouetle d'un vais- 
seau a sa ligne de flotlaison, au 
moycn d'un octant, pour en ap- 
precier la distance. 

prersdre sa mire. 

conduire un navire dans un port 
(comme prise). 

frapper le lournevire sur le cable. 



meltre en paunc ou a la cape, 

ca poser, 
foire arreler un vaisseau, aborder, 

vcnir en travers. 
fermer deux amers, former deux 

objeis, fermer deux marques, 
dompter, assujetir, subjuguer, con- 

querir, reprimer. 
Jeter 1'ancre ou mouiller. 
meitre le vaisseau en assietle. 



courir vent arriere, courir vent 

en poupe. 
aller au lof. par le vent. 

laisse venir au vent! 
mettez en paune! 
embossement, embossage. 
brise mur, double canon, reveil 
matin. 

vif, alerte, allegre, anime, vigou- 

reux. 

attaque vigour euse. 
feu vif. 
vent frais. 

soie de cochon ou de sanglier. 
herisser, se herisser. 
cassant, fragile. 

fer aigre, cassant, dur, rouverin. 
aigreur, fragilite. 
alene, poingon, agrafe, 6pingle, fo- 

ret pour les canons. 



npuaa- 



Ilpo6jecKt neatly o6.aaKaMH. 
Osapaxb, ocBinjaxb. 

Kpafi. 

Ctpa. 

Bojia nacmijeHHaa (co.ibK>). 

IIpojiyBaxejiBHHH Kpani. 

CojuiHosiexp'b, 

noMiia. 



DpIIHOCHTB; npnBOAHXb, BBOflHTB, flO- 
BOflHXb, SaCiaBJiaXb. 

oBepi-raxan. 



npiinyjurrb KI cpame- 



Haiaxb Aijio 

Hiro. 
KpenroBaiB. 



CiaiB na mnpnart 

USB B-feipa; pucKaxi, 



cnycKaiBca. 
OKianoMi 



pascxoanie. 



opyjia. 
BBCCTH npiisi. BB nopii. 

OouecxH 



Jleit BI 



npe^Mexa BI ciBOpi. 



IIoBepraTB, 



Jleib, cxaiB na au 
Oca^iixB cyflHO wa jyqniaro xo.ua, 
SH(})(J)epeHxoBaxB na 



HJI;XH CT> 



HpHsecxn npoxHBi stxpa, 

PHXB napyca. 
HanoJiHRTB napyca! 
JIoniHCt BI ^664)1! 
l3aBecxH nmpiiHi"B. 
Jl,peBHee apTH^JiepiiicKoe opyiie: 

cxapHimaa 96 <J)ynx. nyniKa Hc- 
apxiiJi.ipiH. 

, aiHBOH, OCTptlH, 
60KPHH, 

CnjiBnaa axana. 

JKHBOH OFOHB. 

CBfeift Btxepi. 
Il],exHHa. 

IIl,eXHHHTB, 

XpynKiii, 

XpynKoe 

XpynKOcxb, Spennocxb. 

Bepxeai; 6ypaBi, cBepao, 



Broach. 



93 



Brush. 



36 44. Broach, V. a. 

3645. tO broach to. 

;it;',G. Broad, a. 
:l{>{7. broad axe. 
36 $8. broad cloth. 
3649. broad pendant, broad pen- 
nant. 
3G.'iO. broad step. 

3651. broad sword. 

3652. Broadside, s. 



3653. to be broadside to broad- 
side. 

3654. to bring the broadside to 
bear on an object. 

3655. to bring broadside on. 

3656. to fire, give, pour in a 
broadside. 

3657. to kc'-p the broadside to 
the wind. 

3658. laid on the broadside by 
the squall. 

3659. line of battle broadside on. 

3660. line of battle to form broad- 
side on. 

3661. to receive a broadside. 

3662. Ship on her broadside. 

3663. to show the broadside. 

3664. under the broadside. 

3665. broadwise or broad wards 
adv. 

3666. Broken, adj. et part. 

3667. broken backed. 

3668. to become broken backed. 

3669. Broker, s. C. 

3670. insurance-broker. C. 

3671. Ship-broker, C. 

3672. Bronze, s. 

3673. Bronze, v. a. 
3674 Broom, s. 

3675. broom-Stick. 

3676. Brow, s. 

3677. brow-post. 

3678. Brown, adj. 

3679. brown-bill. 

3680. brown bread. 

3681. to grow brown. 

3682. brown, v. a. 

3683. to brown musket barrels, 
art. 

3684. Braise, s. 



3685. 
3686. 
3687. 



8 CSS. 
SfiSO. 



Brnlse, v. a. 
Brunt, s. 
Brush, s. 



brass brush 

cart'ei'iir.?; for ash. 



percer, entamer. 

faire chapelle, se coifler. 

large. 

epaule de mouton. 
drap fin. 
bannierre. cornetle. 

repos d'escalier. 
espadon, sabre, 
bordee, flanc, batterie, volee. 

etre fianc a flanc. 

eflacer, embosser ou presenter le 

travers. 
embosser, 
lacher, envoyer une bordee. 

tenir le travers au vent. 

charge par un grain el mis batle- 

rie a 1'eau. 
ligne d'embossage. 

former la ligne d'embossage. 

recevoir une borJee. 

navire sur le cole. 

presenter le travers. 

sous la voice. 

en largeur, suivant la largeur. 

rompu, brise, casse, entrecoupe, 

abaltu, inlerrompu. 
arque, 

arquer, s'arquer. 

courtier. 

courtier d'assurance. 

courtier-inlerprete, conducteur de 

navire, courtier maritime, 
bronze, airain. 
bronzer. 
genet, sparton, auffe, balai. 

manche & balai. 

front, milieu; aspect, sommet. 

poutre. 

brun, gris, noir, bis. 

bache d'armes, hallebarde. 

pain bis ou noir. 

brunir. 

bronzer. 

bronzer les canons de fusil. 



contusion, meurlrissure, blessure, 
bosse, froissement, clachement, 
coup, orhe. 

briser, concasser, egruger, broyer, 
piler, ecraser. 

hoc, assaut, attaque, coup. 

arosse, vergette, pineau, decroltoir, 
decrottoire; choc, altaque, es- 
carmouche, rencontre. 



; paarjiamaxt; 
BMHUttt. 

BufixH H3i Bin-pa, pucKaxt KI B*T- 

py- 

LUnpOKiR. 

HioxHHiiii Tonopi. 
ToHKoe cyKHO. 
KopMOBoft <juan>; raaepnuft 
Btntoen. 



na ipant. 
, ca6.ia, 

Jlari; cxopona K0pa6.ia; pa^t ny- 
IUGKI Bcefi CTOPOHH Kopa6jia; 



o 6opn,. 



iipOTHbi> nero 111160 

!(;; UIIIpItHI't. 

/l,aTt aajiii, co Bccro 



6opTOM'fc 



CVIHO HaKpeneHo 
) mKu 
jmiia, Jiuun 



3rosso pour cuivre, 
guipon. 



imipiiHroiiyio juiHiro naa 
Cara.i.H. 

sajiii co Bcero 6opia. 
Cy;uio JeiKirnj Ha Cony. 



II 



Cy^no CT> nepejiOMOMi,, cyano, 



BT> ^yry, nojryHHTt nepe-. 
(roBopa o cyji;Ht). 
KynenecKift iiaKJiept. 
CipaxoBofi; 



BpoH3a. 

BpOHSHpOBaiB. 

J^pOKi, niHJBHaa xpasa; 



IIa.iKa y roaHKa. 
JIo6i>, HBJIO; 
Bpesno. 
Bypbiii, 



ClITHUfi 1UH MCpHUH XJTB61.. 

HepuHTL, BoponHTb; sarapaTt. 

BpOHSHpOBaTB, BOpOHHTb. 
BopOHHTb CTBOJIl, HOKpUTB CFO 6j- 



xpaHenia on> 

pana, TOJ1H6KT.. 



To-ioib, 



; nacnaie; 



, axaxa. 
HI,eTKa, KHCXL; y^apt, 
nana^enie, 



ia IHCXKH 
Ma3i*JiKa v Kouonax'initoi.1. 



Brush. 



94 



Budget. 



3690. forge brush or wetter. 

3691. hand brush. 

3692. hard brush. 

3693. painting brush. 

3694. paying brush (of oakum). 

3695. scrabbing brush. 

3696. tar brush. 

3697. tube-brush, St. eng. 

3698. brush wheel. 

3799. wire tube brush. 
3700. brush wood. 



3701. Brush, v. a. 



.1702. Bubble, S. 

3703. bubble in metal. 

3704. Bubbling, S. 
3703. Bueeanler, S. 



3706. buccanler's musket. 

3707. Bucket, s. 

3708. baling bucket. 

3709. Canvas bucket. 

3710. colour bucket. 

3711. fire bucket. 

3712. great canvas bucket. 

3713. gun water-bucket, art. 

3714. bucket hook. art. 

3715. bucket ladder. 



3716. leather bucket. 

3717. overshot wheel bucket st. 
eng. 

3718. pump bucket, st. eng. 

3719. bucket rod, st. eng. 

3720. sounding lead and line buc- 
ket. 

3721. tar bucket. 

3722. bucket valve of air pump. 

3723. bucket wheel. 

3724. Buckle, s. 

3725. buckle end of a strap. 

3726. roller buckle. 

3727. tongue of a buckle. 

3728. Buckle, v. a. 

3729. Buckler, s. 

3730. Buckram, s. 

3731. Buckshot, s., art. 

3732. Buckwheat, S. 
budge barrel V. barrel. 

3733. Budget, s. 



ecouvette, mouillette. 

balayette a crin ou de crins. 

saie. 

pinceau. 

pener, pene. 

goret. 

brosse a goudron, pinceau a gou- 

dronner. 
ecouvillon. 
roue a frottement. 

erouvillon en fil d'archat. 
broussailles, bourree, broutilles, 

menu bois, trochee, hallier, bois 

a faucillon. 
frayer, freler, f riser, roser, decrot- 

ter, brosser, vergeter. 

bulle. 

soufflure, globule. 

bouillonnement. 
boucanier, flibustier. 



boucanier. 

seau, baquet, boute, seille, seil- 

leau, godet; piston a clapel; 

aube. 

seau de baquelage. 
seau de toile. 
botte de drapeau. 
seau a incendie, seau a feu. 
grand seilleau de toile. 
seau d'affut, de manoeuvre ou 

d'eau. 
crochet porte-seau, crochet de 

seau 
plan incline de cure-molle. 



seau de cuir. 
auge, godet, pot. 

piston de la pompe a air, heuse. 
tige de pompe a air. 
bailie de sonde. 

auge a goudron. 

piston a clapet. 

roue a aubes. 

boucle. 

boucleteau. 

boucle a rouleau ou roulante. 

ardillon, chape. 

boucler, agrafer. 

bouclier, tampon d'ecubiers, pelte 

ou pelta. 
treillis, bougran. 
chevrotine. 
sarrasin, ble sarrasin ou noir. 

budget; sac, poche de cuir. 



Ilc6o.ii.maji siexja IUH B^HHKI> wa 
cnpucKHBama yrjia BI KysHnuaxi. 
Boaocanaa mexKa. 
HJexita xecxKaa. 
Kpanubiiaa KHCTB. 
noMasoKt, Muniuo, 'rbMi cstarsuBa- 

K>Xt KOpagjIb. 

CKo6jHjBHaa mexica, c-iysamaa JM 
iHnjema noflBOflHofi 

Ma:ui.ii;a 3.1 a CMOJIU. 



6aHHHKl. 

Tpymiaca Kojeca, yuoTpe6jiHeMiM 

BMtCTO 3y6iaiHXl. 
npOBOJIOHHHH CaHHHKl. 
XBOpOCTHHKl, XBOpOCTt. 



T lHCTHTfc meiKOB, MCCTH, 



Batt. 



criaaa- 



iueHa H.IH ny- 
(na ateJTBst,). 
Enntme. 

MopCKO^ panoofiHHia, Ha anopHKan- 
CKHXI Mopaxi, (J)jra6ycxfcepi, 6y- 

OXOXHHKB Ha AHKHX1. 



pysi>e, 



Bejtpo, KanCyauoe Bejpo; nopmeHfc 
y Hacoca CT. K.ianaiiaMii; jionacxt, 
rpeCoKi. 



llapycHHHoe sejipo. 
&a. 4>!ara. 



Bojituioe napyciiHHoe sejipo. 
BaKJiara y 



KpioKi MS GaKJiara ci> 

Kpujio cxaHtmu, no noxopofi xo 



uamHHU. 
Koatanoe aeipo. 
lll:ifii;a. npoxHsenb, noflcxasKa, noj- 

CxaBHaa M:ic.i;iir;i.;i inaima. 
CxaKaHi Boajiyinnaro nacoca. 
!IIxoK7> Bos^ymnaro nacoca. 
BaRT>, 



Haimta, KajtKa 
Ilopinent nacoca ci KjananaiiH. 
KOJieco. 



ci upaatKOK) Ha 

y npastKH 



acxerHBaxb; 



; KJiro3VcaKH: 

BT. Ka3H. 



sa- 



Kpynnaa 
Ipeia, rpeiHxa. 

Broji;3;exi, cutxa; KoatanoH 



Buff. 



95 



Bulk. 



3734. Burr, s. 



3735. buff-stick. 

3736. buffer, s., art. 

3737. to buffet the billows, waves. 

3738. Bugle, s. 

3739. Build, v. a. 

3740. to build chapel (v. also to 
broach to). 

3741. Builder, s. 

3742. boat-builder. 

3743. builder in general. 

3744. master-builder. 
3743. ship-builder. 

3746. steam engine builder. 

3747. Building, s 

3748. fortified building. 

3749. shell of a building. 

3750. ship-building. 

3751 ship-building yard. 

3752. to under-pin a building. 

3753. Built adj. and part. 

3754 country built. 

3755. cutter 'built. 

3756. america'n built, dutch, en- 
glish, french etc. -built. 

3757. built for fast sailing. 

3758. Or built. 

3759. frigate built. 

3760. low built. 

3761. oak built. 
3762 schooner built. 

3763. built with a sharp bow. 

3764. teak built. 

370,";. Bulge or bilge, s. 



bulge of the nave V. breast. 

3766. bulge of barrels and casks. 

3767. bulge poppets or puppets, 
spurs and drivers. 

3768. bulge-ways. 

3769. Bulge, v. n. 



3770. Bulging, s. 

3771. bulging at the muzzle of 

a gun, art. 



3772. Bulk, s. 

to break bulk V. break. 

3773. bulk-head. 



3774. bulk-head of the ballast. 



buffle, buflleterie, polissoir, polis- 
soire. 

buflle, polissoir. 
tampon. 

lutler contre les vagues, fendre 

les vagues. 

buccine, clairon, cor de chasse. 
batir, conslruire. 
faire chapelle, se coiffer. 

architecte, edificateur, batisseur. 

constructeur d'embarcations. 

entrepreneur de bailments. 

entrepreneur. 

constructeur, ingenieur construc- 

leur. 

constructeur de machines a vapeur. 
construction, batiment, edifice, ba- 

tisse. 

batiment retranche ou fortifie. 
carcasse, squelette. 
construction, fabrique de navires. 

chantier. 

reprendre un batiment sous oeuvre. 

bati, construit. 

bailment du pays. 

conslruit en cutter. 

bati a 1'Americaine, a la hollan- 

daise. a 1'anglaise, k la fran^ai- 

se etc. 

construit ou taille pour la marche. 
bati en bois de sapin. 
fregate, construil en fregate. 

de bas bord. 

bati en bois de chene. 

construction en goeletle. 

taille de 1'avant. 

bati en bois de teck. 

bouge, enfoncement; berceau, ber. 



bouge de tonneau. 
colombiers. 

coites, couettes, anguilles. 

bomber, bouger, faire ventre, pen- 
cher en avant, dementir, forje- 
ter, pousser en dehors, sur- 
.plomber. 

bombement, bouge, surplomb. 

bavure. levre. 



masse, volume, quantite. bloc, gran- 
deur, grosseur, calibre. 

claison, separation, entourage, cloi- 
son etanche. 



parquet de carene. 



Kosa; r.iajiuo, JIOIUHJIO, 
Kpyra ;WH nojnpo- 
Bama. 

aflHJio, Jiomnjio. 
Bxyjiua, 3;vnj'u;a, iipooiia (BI ap- 



stxpa, pacKaiB KI 



ClpOHTCJIfc. 



TC.II.HIJH 

ajeHepi 
IIocTpofiKa: cipoeHie, 



cxpoeme. 

KapKaeB, cxpoenie na 
IIocxpoHKa KopaCjieit, K0pa6jecipoe- 
Hie. 



nocxpofiKH. 
KaxepHOfi nocxpofiKH. 



cTporomeeca cyieo 

. 

BucipoeHHHH, nocxpoeHHtifi, coo- 



an- 

A- 



BHcxpoeHimft ^JIH CKOparo xo^a. 

COCHOBOH HOCXpOHKH. 

<I>peraTCKOH nocxpofiKH, KOHCxpyK- 

U1H. 

HasKoSopxHofi nocxpofiKH. 
JIj6oBOH nocxpofiKH. 

lIlKyHCKOfi KOHCXpyKU,iH. 

Hoji 1 6opHcxoe, ocxpoKHJiBHoe 

BBicxpoeno H3i xHRosaro 

JI,epeBo ct> BbinyKJiocxBE) HJIH ct 

KpHBH3HOK), BHnyoafl HacxB; TCHB; 



BBIUyKJIOCXB 

y ciiycKOBBixt canefi. 



y caHeii, Ha Koxopaxi cny- 

tjaxBCfl BbinyK- 
, BtirH6axi>ca. 



BBIXB 

JIMMI,, 



BBIUyKJIOCXB, BHl'HyTOCXB. 

Ty6a, ry6aHa: noBpeat^eaie, upn 
KoxopOMT> noBepxnocxB aiepjia 
Bnepe^i H MexajuB ea 
i po^ namiBiBa HJIH 
nanycKa. 

jiH^HHa, o6i>eM7>; CIoJiBinaa qacxt; 
rpysi (K 



IIepe6opKa, IUHXI; neperopo^Ka BI. 
/r.e.ifouHX'B cy- 



HeperopoatenHce Micxo BT, 
AJM. Cajiacxa. 



Bulk. 



9G 



Bunt. 



3775. buik-head-cock. 

3776. cross bulk-heads. 

3777. lengthwise built bulk-heads. 

3778. bulk-head, that, ships and 
unships, or is not a stand- 
ing bulk-head. 

3779. in bulk C. 



3780. laden in bulk, C. 

3781. bulk of a ship. 

3782. water tight bulk-head. 

3783. Bullcn nail. 

"78 i. Bnllenger, S. 

3785. Bullet, s. art. 

3786. bullet-hole art. 

3787. bnlleto, s. art. 

3788. hollow bullets or shells, art. 

3789. bullet-mould, art. 

3790. two headed bullets art. 

bullet wood V. bully-tree. 

3791. Bulletin, s. 

3792. Bull'* eye, S. 



3793. bull's eye of a target. 

3794. Bully-tree or bullet ;(Lucu- 
mamamosa, Mimusops), on 
the island Jamaica it is known 
under the name; Bumelia 
Salecifolia. 

3795. Bulwark, Imlhvark, bull- 
work, s. 

3796. bullwftrk (of a ship) S. 

Bumboat, s. V boat. 

Bumkin V. boomkin. 

37 1)7. bumfcln of a boat. 

3798. Bunch, s. 

3799. bunch of feathers. 

3800. Bundle, s. 

3801. bundle or sheaf of arrows. 

3802. Bundle, v. a. 

3803. Bung, s. 



3804. hnwf auger or bore. 

3805. bung-hole. 

3806. bung or stopper for a boat, 

3807. Bung, V. a. 

3808. Bunk, bunker, coal- bunker 
st. eng. 

3809. bunker-hole, st. eng. 



robinet de cloison etanche. 
clojsons k travers la cale. 
cloisous de la cale dans la longueur, 
cloison qui se demonic. 

en estive, en grenier. 



charge en grenier. 

capacite, cargaison, charge, entou- 
rage. 

cloison etanche. 

broguette etamee, clou de bouche, 
de tapissier. 

sorte de bateaux. 

boulel, balle. 

trou de boulet ou de balle. 

plomb. 

bombes. 

moule a balles. 

bouK'ts a deux teles, a barre ou 
a ange. 

bulletin, rapporl. 

margouillet, moque, cosse de bois; 
grain, oeil de boeuf; bouline de 
verre; blanc; verre lenliculaire; 
redecteur, employe enirc les 
ponis d'un vaisseu; hublot. 



blanc de cible. 
balata ou palata. 



boulevard, bastion, rempart, sauve- 

garde. 
pavois, bastingue du plat bord d'un 

vaisseau. 



boutehors de tappecul d'une em- 
barcation. 

faisceau, trousseau, grappe, bolte, 
fagol, toufle, noeud. 

panache, plumet. 

paquet, fagot, botte, trousse, fais- 
ceau, las. 

trousseau. 

paqueter. empaqueter, lier en bol- 
les ou en faisceaux. 

bondon, tampon, pale, soupape, 
bonde. 

bondonniere. 

bonde. 

palastre. 

bondonner, tamponner, boucher 

avec un bondon. 
soute, soule a charbon. 

trou de charbon. 



Kpani y iieperopo^Ku (ua 
. HOMT. cyini;) 
DonepeiHua iieperopown BI xpro- 

Mt. 

Upojio-ibiihia neperopojKH BI> xp- 
IlepeuocHaa neperopo^Ka. 



me, HMiiomee nacunnoii rpysi, 
HJH rpysii, naTHCKHBaeMHH AOM- 
KpaxaMH (nanp. mepCTb). 

Harpyjr.eHi) xonapaMH poscuubio. 

BMtcTHTejibnocTb K0pa6jifl, T. e. 
TITO Moa;eTi> norpysHib Kopa6jb. 

HenponnuaeMaa neperopojina. 

JKeJltSHUH rBOSAHUl Ct UIlIpOKOIO 

iiuanitOK). 



, nyj/i. 

IlycToe npocrpancTBO Biiyrpn ajjpa. 
CBIIHUOBUH 
BOMOU. 



.: ,TBa nojy - aspa, coej,H- 
iieuiibifl 



r T,onecenie, 
Eoe 



na KyneiecKHXi 

cyiaxi, y rpoxa H (f>ona CyanHefi; 
itpyrjoeoKoinKo; MHBieHt; HJUIKMH- 



BT> najiyfiaxt H no- 



Jiy-uOpTHKaXT> 

Mnuienii jJia CTpijibfiia BT. i;tuB H31 
pyiiiaro oniecTpijiiinaro opysia. 

BejiOTOBoe j,epeBO, paciymee BI 
KaenHi H ua ocxpOBi 
jepeBO 



BacxiOHT,, nepeiOBoe 

onjio 
Bopxi. 



Bucxptji, ci> KopMH rpednaro 

cyjina wa 6H3ani>-fflKOxa. 
HyKT., nyieisi; KHCXL. 

Cyjxani.. 



, y6Hpaxb, 
BT> npyit; BxyjKa, mnoHKa; 



Cypasi. 
jinpa. 
KopoCKa saMOMHaa ni 

nia JOJKII. 
oaKynopaxb, saxKHyib BxyjKOio. 



JIIOKI.. 



Bunt. 



97 



Buoyancy. 



3810. Hunt, s. 



3811. bunt-gasket. 



3812. bunt-line. 

3813. bunt-line-clolh. 

3814. bunt slabline. 

3S15. Skin the sail well up in the 
bunt! 

381 6. Buntine or bunting s. 

38 H. small-pieces of buntine to 
mark the knots on the log- 
line. 

3818. iiuoy, s. 

3819. buoy adrift. 

3820. cable buoy. 



3821. can baoy. 

cask buoy V. nun buoy. 

3822. buoy-chain. 

3823. cork-buoy. 

3824. cradle buoy. 

3825. buoy floating in sight over 
the anchor. 

3826. to haul upon the buoy rope, 
to hitch the buoy. 

3827. to lay down buoys. 

3828. laying down buoys, 

3829. leading buoy. 

3830. life buoy, buoy of safety. 

3831. to miss the buoy. 

3832 mooring buoy. 
3833. nun buoy. 



to put up buoys Y. to lay down 
buoys. 

3834. buoy-rope. 

3835. buoy -rope knot or hitch. 

3836. buoy of a shoal. 

3837. slings of the buoy. 

3838. to stream the buoy. 

3839. wooden buoy. 
3810. haul in the buoy! 

3841. stream the buoy! 

3842. to buoy up. 

3843. to buoy up a cable. 

3844. to buoy up a ship from 
the ground. 

3845. Buoyancy (quality of floa- 
ting on the surface of wa- 
ter), s. 



milieu, cavile, fanon, crcux, fond, 
renflement, bouline de verre, 
oeil de boeuf. 



uaitresse garcette, raban de fer- 



cargue-fond ou taille fond, 
ablier. 
;ouillard. 

5 erre bien les fonds de la voile I 

tamine. 
houage. 



bouee, orin, gaviteau, bonneau, 

marque, amarque. 
bouee en derive, 

floltes ou futailles (pour alleger le 
cable). 



bouee en baril (en forme de deux 
c6nes); tonne. 

haine de bouee. 
bou6e de liege. 
bou6e de berceau. 

bouee en veille. 
oringuer. 
baliser. 
balisage. 
bouee meule. 

bouee de sauvetage, salvanos. 
manquer la bouee. 

caisse flotlante pour servir k 1'a- 

marrage. 
bouee en baril, en forme de deux 

c6nes, assembles par leurs ba 

ses. 



orin. 

noeud d'orin. 

bouee pour balise. 

garniture ou trelingage de la bouee 

jeler la bouee, la mettre a 1'eau. 

bouee de bois, bouee de mat. 

rentre la bouee! 

jette la bouee! 

alleger, soulager, meltre des flot- 

tes, baliser. 
alleger le cable par des futailles 

Hotter, 
remettre a flot un vaisseau echoue 

legerete", force des supports flot 
tants. 



BtniyoocTt; nyso y na- 
pyca, cpejuiaa MXS. py6amKa na- 
pyca, cpe^iiHa HHJKHC& iaciH 
^CTBepoyroju-naro napyca; BBiiiyK- 

JlOe CT6KJO. 

PeftceseHB, OGHOCHH& ceaeHB y cpe- 

flHHBI MapCa-pCH, KpeCXOBtlfi CC- 

36HB Ha pet. 



ceaent JJIH 
napyca. 

06TSHH xoporaentKo cpe^HHy, py- 
6aniKy napyca! 



KycoKt 4>-iarjyKy, npiiBasaHHUfi 

.iai"L-JllHK). 



; TOM6yfi; Gya. 

, 6yfi, CHecenHH& 



ct M-Bcia. 

06KIKHOBeHHH.l BOSHHHH 601KH, npH- 

BflstiBaeima KI Kaeaxy sa KJH>- 
30Mi>, ja6u ne ji;onycTflTB nan an, 
aoa;HTBCH na 
CTHH rpyHTi.. 



6yft. 
ByS y canefi, na KOTopaxi cnycKa- 

jt HKOpein>. 
sa 6yfipeni. 
6yflKn, 

ie 6yfiKOBt, 



ci 4 )JiarraTOKOM ' 1 ' 
onacnaro 

6yfi; 
UponycTHTB CaKeHi, ne 

6yft. 
Byft Mepinaro anopa Ha 



, cociaBJieHHHtt 

KOHyCOBt, 
OCHOBaHWMH. 



Byfipeni. 

Yseai y 6yfipena. 

By8, 

CiponH na 



Ton6yfi; 



Ox^aft, dpocaft xoM6yfi! 
Oojier'iaxB. 



Buoyant. 



98 



Bursting. 



3846. Buoyant, adj. 

384*7. buoyant ship. 

3848. buoyed, part, and adj. 

3849. Burden or burthen, s. 

3850. burden of a ship. 



38ol. Ship of burden. 

3852. Burgee, s. 

3853. Burgoo, s. 



3854. Burial, s. 

38oo. burial with military ho- 
nours. 

Queen's Regulations and the Ad- 
miralty Instructions Ch. Ill et IV 
11= 12, 13. 

3856. burial place. 

3857. burial service. 
3S58. Burin, s. 

3859. Burn, v. a. and n. 

3860. to burn to ashes. 

3861. to burn the filth off a ship's 
bottom. 

to burn lime. 
Burner, S. 
Burning, S. 

3865. burning, adj. 

3866. burning glass. 

3867. burning mirror or reflector. 

3868. Burnish, V. a. 

3869. Burnisher, s. 

3870. Burnishing, S. 

3871. Burnt part, and adj. 

3872. burnt iron. 

3873. burnt-priming, art. 

3874. Burr, s. 

burr or bilge pump V. bilge- 
pump. 

3875. burr-cutter or nipper. 



3876. to nip, clip or cut off the 
burr of a leaden bullet. 

3877. burr, plate under a rivet, art. 



3878. to burr up. 

3879. Burrel-shot. 

3880. Burst, s. 

3881. Burst, v. n. 

3882. the boiler has burst. 
Burster V. bursting. 

3883. Bursting, s. 

3884. bursting (of the boiler). 



flottant, leger sur 1'eau qui s'eleve 

sur la lame. 

bailment a flot, bailment flottant. 
flotte, soutenu, appuye. 
fardeau, charge, faix, port, capaci- 

te, somme, jauge, jaugeage. 
charge ou port d'un vaisseau. 



gros bailment de charge, de grand 

port. 

guidon, cornetle. 
ruau. 



sepulture, funerailles, enterr6ment. 

convoi. 
enterremenl avec les honneurs mi- 

litaires. 

Decret sur le service & bord des 
bailments de la flotte du 15 Aoiit 
1851. Tilre XVII. Ch. X, art. 
767 776. 

cimetiere. 

office des morts. 

burin, gravoir. 

bruler, cautcriser, se bruler, se 

consumer, secher. 
rdduire en cendres. 
chauffer la carene d'un navire. 

cuire de la chaux. 

bruleur, fourneau, bee de gaz. 

briilure, brulement, incendie, in- 
flammation. 

brulant, ardent, chaud, allume. 

verre ardenl, lenlille. 

miroir ardenl. 

brunir, polir. 

brunissoir, gralteur, maloir, polis- 
soir, brunisseur. 

brunissage, polissure. 

brule; brulure, coup de feu. 

fer bru!6. 

amorce. 

ciseau h ebaucher, anneau de fer, 
conlre-rivure, virole, lambour 
d'une pompe a chapelel. 



ebarboir. 

^barber la balle. 
rosette. 



border. 

mitraille. 

eclat, explosion, debordement, tor- 
renl. 

eclater, crever, se briser, faire ex- 
plosion. 

la chaudiere a eclate. 

eclat. 

explosion (de la chaudiere). 



.lendS, jerKifi ut xo#y; 



TIioByiee 
ILiOByiift. 
Tpyst, BSTECXHMOCTB cy^ua. 






TOHHI rpysa, 

; rpysoBue TOHHKI; 
CXHMOCTB cynHa. 

rpysosoe cy#no. 



KymaHBe RAH cjiyjEHTejeS na KO- 

pa6jTE, H3i OBCflHOfi MyKH Cl BO- 

jioro CBapennoe, H npmipaBJieHHoe 
coitK), MacaoMt H caxapoui. 
norpeCeHie. 



HorpeoeHie ciBoeHHhiMii no'iecxaiiH. 

(MopcKoft YcxaBii PaajvkrB V 
Tjiasa I Ox/vBJieHie 8 CT. 904 
907). 



K.ia,n6nme. 

, oxirEBanie. 

i,; rpaCuixHxi,, piaeivB, 3y6ajio. 
Top-BTt, cropait; ;i;eMb. 

OopaTim. BT> nenaii. 
06a;HraTb ^no cy^na. 



H3B6CTB. 

PO;OKT>. 

JKaienie, ropinie, noapi; oronb, 
; rapi. 
B, ropaiifl, 

cteKJio. 



BOpOHHTB 

, KycoKi> 



JIH. 



Jiocna. 

; nporapHna. 
Ueperoptjioe HJIH nepeatateHoe a;e- 



BcnuraKa na sanaii. 



Kpyri; 
JIOTO BtinyKjioe, TpexyroatHoe. 



, syfiMO H up. RJIX o6pi3u- 

H 
^acxeft. 



jiHrnnee y nyiH, orja- 
, cocKpeCaii nyiro. 
: aiejisnaa njiacTHHKa, no^;- 
no^i roJOBKy 6oji- 



OKaflMHTB, OK 

KapienB. 

TpecjKi,, paapHBT,, npoptiBi,, 

JIonaxB, 

Koxen. xpecnyj^, Jionnyjii.. 



(Koxja). 



Bursting. 



99 



Butt. 



3885. bursting powder or burster. 

it ii r i IK- 11 V. burden. 

3886. Burton, s. 

3887. Bury, V. a. 

3888. to bury with military ho- 
nours. 

3889. Bush, s. 



3890. bush of a block sheave. 

3891. copper-bush, art. 

3892. end of the bush, that en- 
ters the bore, art. 

3893. bush-hole, art. 

3894. bu*h for notch, st. ang. 

3895. bush of a plumber block. 



3896. bush of a wheel. 

3897. Bush, V. a. 

3898. to bush a gun. 

3899. to bush a wheel. 

3900. Bushel, s. 

3901. bushel or scrap iron. 

3902. BUSS or herring buss. 

3903. small herring buss. 

3904. Busterers, s. 



3905. Butcher, s. 
Hutment V. abutment. 

3906. Butt, s. 

3907. butt, s. 

3908. butt and butt. 

3909. butt of cross-tail, st. eng. 

3910. butt end. 

3911. butt-end of a plank. 

3912. floating butt. 

3913. hook and butt. 

3914. butt of a mushet. 

3915. butt of a musket stock (butt 
end and handle). 

1) the small of the slock, 
hand or handle. 

2) the fall in the handle, 
bend or crook. 

3) the butt. 

4) the cheek piece. 

a) the heel of the butt. 

6) the heel-plate. 

7) the brass-side. 

8) the lock-side. 

3916. butt of a pistol. 

3917. butt plate. 



charge d'explosion ou explosive, 
charge des bombes des obus. 

palanquin, petit palan, bredindin, 

minahouet, cordage, 
enterrer, ensevelir. 
enterrer avec les honneurs de la 

guerre, 
grain, de; buisson, arbrisseau, 

bocage, bouquet d'arbres, arbus- 

te; douille, bague, cotissinet. 
de. 

grain de lumiere en cuivre. 
leton de grain, teton du grain de 

lumiere. 

emplacement, logement du grain, 
garniture d'enclanche. 

empaise, boite, crapaudine, cous- 
sinet de palier. 

boile de roue. 

boucher, garnir d'un de, garnir. 

mettre un grain ou masse de lu- 
miere. 

garnir une roue d'une crapaudine 
ou d'une b6ite. 

boisseau. 

ferraille, riblons, debris de fer. 

buche, bailment employe a la pe- 

che du hareng. 
slabre. 
nom donne aux vents sees, qui 

soufflent dans les montagnes 

bleues en Australie. 
boucher. 

bout; but, butte; bolle; tonne, bar- 

rique; arretoir; about, 
futaille, qui contient 126 gallons. 

ecart simple ou car re, bout a bout, 
collet de la morlaise du te. 

about. 

tele de bordage, bout ou resle d'une 

piece de bois. 
chameau. 

ecart double, long ou flamand. 
couche, crosse. 
bas du bois (poignee et crosse). 



poignce. 
penle. 

crosse. 

joue, renflement, renforl, convexe 

a la crosse du bois. 
talon, cul de poule. 
plaque de couche. 

plat inlerieur. 
plat exterieur. 
poignee ou crosse de pistolet. 

plaque de jonction d'ecarl. 



JIe6"e,pa xaz HaxflrnBama 

xBarB-xajiH, 
EoxoponnxB. 



Ct BOeHHblMH HOHC- 



CTflMH. 

BxyjiKa; 



Mf^naa BxyjiKa B-B IIIKHB'B. 

M/BflHllH SaXpaBOIHHH BHHXt. 

HiDKHifi KOHCU.'B saxpaBo^raaro lunn a . 

Bpi>3Ka fljfl saxpaBoiHaro Bimxa. 

onpasa y cnycKa BT> KOH- 

3KClI,eHXpHKOBOH XHIH. 

, 6pyci> ct 
BT. KoxopoMt jrcHtHxi. jsBtti, Baaa 
HJIH KOJeca. 
BxyjiKa BT, CTynnu.'B. 



BcxaBHxt BT. opy^ie noBhitt saxpa- 

BOMHUfi BIIHX1. 

BcxaBnxB BxyjiKy BI KOJICCO. 



, 6yaco. 
HJIH cxapoe aieafoo (o6jiOMKn, 



EaycT., jByxt-Ma^fxoBoe cy^no, yno- 
xpeO.iaeMoe J.IH JOBJH cejBAeft. 

.IOBJIH cejiB,T;eft. 
ie cyxnxt. BtxpOB-B (BI AB- 
cxpajiin). 

MaCHHKl.. 



, ni.ib; xopen't, KOHCUT.; 
a; KOMBJIL; KOHeii;^ KOKca. 
a Kopa6e.iBHafl Miporo BT> 126 



Kpafi CT> KpaeMt; CXUKT. ci CXH- 

KOMT.; SaMOKT). 

IIoflcoKT> na KOH^^3 flonepe^uHKa y 
Horn. 



CXUKT. (y oCniUBHBIX'B JOCOK1.). 



SaMOKl, 



lIIeiiKa. 



JO;KH (oxi> XBOCXO- 
Baro mypyna so saxH.iKa npn- 



CKJOHI., naiaoHenie 



sa^na IUH 3axH.ina. 

HJIH saxujioKi, 
HH3i. iipnKjia^a. 
cxopona.' 

Hapyaiuaa ciopona. 
PvMi;a y iincxojiexa (3 

nacxB aoHtn). 

JKeji>3naa iio^KJia^Ka y CTHKOBI. 
npoxnBi, msa y JHCXOBT, aje 
naro cyji,na. 



Butt. 



100 



Cabin. 



3918. practice-butt, proof butt, 
artillery butt, art. 

3919. butt-scuttles. 

3920. to start or spring a butt. 

3921. the ship has started or 
sprung a butt. 

3922. Butterfly valve, st. eng. 

3923. Buttock of a ship. 



3924. Button, s. 

3925. button of a bonnet. 

3926. cascable button, art. 

3927. button cleaner. 

3928. button and loop. 



392*9. 



Buttress, S. 



3930. Buttressed, adj. 

3931. By the board. 

3932. by the head. 

3933. by the lee. 

3934. by path, by road or by way. 

3933. by the wind. 
Bylander V. bilander. 



butte. 

boutes. 

lacher un bordage ou une lete de 

bordage. 
II s'est lache" un bordage, une tele 

de bordage, un bout ou un reste 

de bois. 
papillon, robinet a papillon. 

carcasse, arcasse, fesses d'un bati- 
ment (quand il est arrondi comrae 
les flutes hollandaises). 

bouton, bout. 

bouton d'une bonnette maillee. 

bouton de cul de lampe, boulon 

de culasse. 
patience, 
bout de corde ayanl un simple cul 

de pore a 1'une et un oeillet a 

1'aulre extremite. 
arc boutant, eperon, chevalet, pi- 

lier boutant, bouUie, elai, appui, 

soutien. 

arc-boute, soutenu, etaye. 
le long du bord. 
par le m>z, par la t6te. 

sous le vent. 

chemin delourne ou de traverse, 

ccart, detour, 
a la bouline, plonge de 1'avant. 



Bam, BT> KOTOptafi cxpiasiorb aa 
yieniaxt. 

60HKH. 

ofiraHBHyro SOCKy, 



cyina . OTnaja ofinmBiiaa 

HJIH KOHeivb o6ranBHoft ^OCKH OT- 



HJHI BnycKHoS napo- 
sofi KJianam. 

unyKJOCTb CT> KopjiH, OTi) no^so- 
pa 



KHom>. 

HacraBHoft napyci. nHorj,a npnniHy- 
KI spyroiiy napycy. 



CiponKa, y KoxopOH na 

KHoni, a Ha jpyrosit 



no^nopa, onopa. 



KO- 



Ho Copiy. 

Ha HOCI, roBopa o 



Ho 
BoKosaa 

BT> 



cropon-fe. 



C. 



3936. Cabacolll, a wood of Bri- 
tish Guiana. 



3937. Cabaner. 

3938. Cabin, s. 



3939. argousin's cabin in a row 
galley. 

3940. arrangement or distribution 
of cabins etc. on board a 
ship of war. 

3941. cabin's !><>>. 

3942. boatswain's cabin in a galley. 

3943. chief cabin. 

3941. cabin or caddy in a lighter. 

3945. cabin furnitures. 

great cabin v. chief-cabin. 

3946. large cabin. 

3947. cabin-mate. 



cabacalli. 



cabaner. 

cabane; cabine; chambre, loge, lo- 

gette, campagne, chaumiere, tue- 

vent. 
escandole. 

emrnenaKement. 



mousse, garc.on. 
rnezzance ou miege. 
grande chambre. 
tille. 

ameublement de cabine. 



carbet. 

camarade de chambre, camarade 
de lit. 



, jepeBO HBT. EpiiTancKoft 
Heno,pepraK)ineec3 pas- 
pyraeniio 01% lepBeft, H iioioiiy 
xopomo coxpaiiaerca BI. 



Kaioxa; KOMHaTiia, itanopita; XHJKH- 
Ha, 



Karora rajiepnaro 



KDi-ira, KatOTfiufi ionra. 
EouMaiicnaa Kaiota na ra.iept. 
KaioTi KOMnania 
Pyfina ua juixiep't H.III 

jlpyroMi, 6e3najiy()HOMi cy,nnt 
Bnyrpeunee ycrpoficTBO 



ToBapnin.il no 



Cabin. 



101 



Cable. 



3918. cabin passenger. 

3949. quarter deck cabin. 

3950. side-cabin. 

3951. small cabin of a galley. 

3952. Cabinet, s. 
3983. cabinet-maker. 

3954. cabinet-maker's wood. 

3955. cabinet work. 

3956. Cable, s. 

3957. the cable is a peak. 

to bend a cable V. bend. 

3958. the best bower cable. 

to bill the cable V. bitt and bit. 

3959. bitting of the cable. 

3960. cable bolt of the bilts. 

cable-buoy V. buoy. 

to buoy up a cable. V. buoy. 

3961. cable cask. 

39 62. chafed cable 
3903. chain cable. 

3964. chain cable stopper. 

3965. cable clinch. 



3966. coil of a cable. 

3967. to coil the cable. 

3968. to coil the cable against 
and with the sun. 

3969. coir cable. 

3970. to cut the cable. 

3971. to cut the cable in the 
hawse. 

3972. to drag the cable in the 
ship's wake. 

3973. cable enough! 

3974. to fasten a cable to a piece 
of timber. 

397o. cable-fid. 

3976. to fleet the cable. 

3977. foul cable or hawse. 

3978. cable foul of the anchor 
stock v. anchor. 

3979. galley-cable. 

3980. get under sail, by clapping 
a spring on your cable. 

3981. to get up a range of the 
cable. 

3982. to give a cable's end to 
another vessel. 

3983. give plenty of scope to your 

cable. 

3984. the cable grows exceedingly. 
398o. cable and half. 

3986. to heave in the cwbie. 

3987. to heave in the slack of the 
cable. 

3988 to heave the cable at the 
windlass. 

3989. to heave upon the cable 
with the voyal, with the 
messenger. 

3990. cable hitch seizing. 



passager de chambre. 
chambre de conseil. 

clavecin. 

gavon. 

cabinet. 

ebenisle. 

bois d'ebenislerie. 
ebenisterie. 
cable, a mar re. 
le cable est a pic. 



second cable. 



tour de bitle au cable, 
paille. 



flotieur, flotle de cable. 

cable raque. 

cable chaine. 

stopper. 

etalingure. 



cueillet, plet de cable. 

lover le cable, rouer le cable. 

lover le cable avec le soleil, con- 

tre le soleil. 
cable de baslin. 
couper le cable, 
couper ou tailler le cable. 

laisser trainer le cable snr le silla- 

ge du vaisseau. 
assez de cable! 

ch Abler. 



epissoir, epissoire. 

dcpasser ou choquer le cable sur 

le vireveau. 
tour de cable, 
cable surjale. 

gomene. 

appareiller par embossure. 

faire bilture, prendre une bitlure. 
donner le cable a un vaisseau. 
filer grande touee. 

le cable appelle. 
grande touee. 
enfiler le cable, 
abroquer le mou (!u cable. 

virer le cable avec le vireveau. 
virer le cAble avec la tourncvire. 

amarrage d'etalingure. 



naccaa;npi. 
Karoxa no^-B KXOM-B, KannxaHCKaa 



Karoxtr no^T. IOTOMI, no 
CoitaMi. KaiiHraiicKoft KaioxH. 
KaHma Ha Kopni ra.iepu. 
KaCiiiieTi.. 
Cxo.aap'B KJUI oGfli JIKH Kan> 36e- 

HHCT'B. 

JI,epeBO H.IH cxo.iapHoft 
HajTEJiia itaioxiioH 
K.inaxT>, xpoc-B. 
Kaiiarh ananepi.! 



3ajio?f,eHie KaHaia na 



EyeKi, 



Kanaii. 



Oonap'b u,iiiHaro Kanaia. 

T,, npHBasuBaiomifi KaHa-ri la 

CKo6a, 

II,!;HHOH nanaTT, KT> 
Ooopoxt KanaiHou (iyxTtr. 
CjoiKirrt, itaiiaTi CyxxaMir; co6n- 
pari. rpoc'i. B'i> 6yxxy. 

ijanaTi. 6yxiaMH no 
H npOTHB^ cojiHii;a. 
TpaBanoft Kaiiaxi. 
UepepyfiHTfc Kanai'%. 
HepepyCiiiTi) 



Tain,HTb KaHarb 3a cyji;noMT>. 
JI,.OBOJBHO Kanaxy! Cxom. xpasnxt 



Boupyrt 

no^naxB OHtiff. 
KanaxiiLifi flpaeKi. 
OGnecxn i;auaxi> na 



KPHJKT. Kanaxa. 

Kanax-B, sanyiannuH sa, rnxoiti. 



Kanaxt raiepu. 
Bc'ryiniTB noAt napyca CT, 

mnpimra, Bsaxaro sa Kaaaxi. 
Pasnecxii Oyxiy Kanaxa no 



TpamiTB Kanaxi,, ne sa r i;cpH;iiBaa; 

BUTpaBIIXB BCIO 



Jl,.innnuu 6yi;cnp'ii. 
Iloj.TfliiyTi> Kanai-B. 
BuopaTB c.ia6ny Kanara. 

Ilo,lT3n} T TB KaiiaXl. 

uaiiaxT, nocpe r i;cxBOMT, 



Ben3c.iB na mxuKi anopa. 



Cable. 



102 



Cable. 



3991. 
3992. 



3993. 
3994. 



is the cable all clear? 

to keckle or serve a cable. 



the cable has a 
cable laid. 



kink. 



3995 cable laid cordage. 



to lay a cable. 
cable's length. 
at how many cable's lengths? 



3999. 
4000. 

4001. 
4002. 

4003. 

4004. 
4005. 
4006. 

4007. 
4008. 
4009. 



length of cable out 

at anchor. 

to nip the cable. 



when 



old cable or junk. 

pay away the cable! veer 

away the cable! 

pay out your small bower 

cable to let the best bower 

bite! 

plat for serving a cable. 

to point a cable. 

range of the cable. 

relieving cable. 

that ship is riding with a 
cable and half out. 
righting cable. 



4010. cable roller. 

4011. to serve or plait the cable. 



4012. to scrub the cable, to clean 
the cable. 

4013. sheet or main cable. 
4013. a to shoot the cable. 

4014. to slack out or veer away 

the cable. 

4015. to slip the cable. 

4016. get under sail, slipping your 
cable. 

4017. small cable. 

4018. small bovver cable. 

4019. small .or stream cable. 

4020. spare cable. 

4021. cable splice. 

4022. to splice a cable. 
4()23. spliced cable. 

4024. stand clear of the cable! 

4025. cable-stay. 

4026. stern-cable, or stern fast. 

4027. cable stopper. 

4028. to stopper the cable. 

4029. stopper and shift the cable! 

4030. Stream cable. 

4031. to support a galley cable, 
by rowing. 

4032. tier of a cable. 

4033. cable-tier or stage- 



tout est-il pare au cable? 
fourrer, congreer le cable. 



le cable a une coque. 

commis en cable, deux fois commis. 

cordage commis en aussieres ou 

commis deux fois. 
cabler, commettre un cable, 
cable, encablure. 
a combien d'encablures? 

touee. 

saisir le cable (avec les garcettes 

de la tourncvire). 
bout de cable, 
file du cable! 

filez vos affourches pour faire tra- 
vatller la grande ancre! 

garcette de fourrure. 

mettre une queue de rat a un cable. 

bitture. 

cAble de relenue. 

ce batiment est a la grande touee. 

cable de redresse. 



chevalet. 

fourrer le cable (avec du vieux 
cordage, de la vieille voile, des 
badernes, avec des sangles ou 
tresses. 

laver ou nettoyer le cable. 

maitre-cable. 

rennir les deut bouts d'un cable. 

filer du cable. 

filer le cable par le bout, 
appareillez en filant votre chaine 

par le bout, 
cableau. 

cable d'affourche. 
grelin, cable de touee. 

cable de rechange. 

epissure de cable. 

episser un cable 

cable d'ajut. 

gare au cable! 

bitte. 

croupiere. croupiat. 

bosse, bosse du cable, 
bosser le cable. 

bosse a reprendre! 
cable de touee. 
scier sur fer. 



rang de cable. 

plancher de la fosse aux cables. 



JIH nanaxi? 
OSepnyxB neHBKOBHH KanaxT> uiiiBio, 
OHI> lie pacxepca o na- 
ft rpyHTi,. 
Y Kanaxa KoaHiima. 

Ka6e.iBHOH paCoxu; cxponjeH- 
HHH Bi KaHan>. 
Tpoci. KaCe-ibHoft pafioxu. 



CnycKaxB xpoct HJIH 

scTOflnie oinoro Ka6eju>toBa. 
Ha pascToanin CKOMKHXI Ka6ejit- 

TOBOBl? 

,J[,jiHHa KaHaxa sa KJIKSOITB (OX-B 

SpomeHHaro a 
IIpHHafixoBHXB, 



KOHCHI Kanaxa. 
Ox^asaft Kanaxi, xpasn Kanaxi! 



3a6pa.ii njiexxi. 



Maxi HJIH capsenB na 

OnjiecxH, o6jt'fcjiaxB Koneut Kanaxa. 

,Jl,jiHna nanaxa, 3ajoaienHaro Ha 6n- 



Ka6e.iBXOB'B, yjiepHJHBaromift cyjHO 

na 6oKy, Korfla OHO KpenroBano. 

CyjiiHO CXOHXI na noiyxo 



Kpenro- 
npanoe HOJO- 
xeme. 
Cxejiiora HJIH KOSJIH na 



Kanaxi. 



BUIHCTHTB 



IIlBapxoBBifr 

CnaecHHXB jiBa KOHHA Kariaxa BM^cxt. 

IloxpaBHXB Kanaxi. 

BtmycxHXB itanaxi. 
BcxynnxB iro^t napyca, B&inycKaa 
Kanaxi>. 



TOJICTHH 
sepna. 
oanacnHH 

KanaTHLiw cnjieceHB. 
CiuecHHBaxB Kanaxi. 
OpiicnJiecHennuft 

II 31 CyxXH BOHT)! 

BlITGHl'l. 

IlepJIHHB IU11 KOpMOBOH KOHCU.!), 3a- 

Besenuuft npn ci-enid; c'b flKOpa. 
KanaiHuft cTonapi. 
EOJIOIKHTB cxonapa na itaHax-B, cxo- 

iiopnxB itanaxi. 

3acxonopB H nepeHecH Kanaxt! 
Jia cxonvanKepa. 
Kanaxx, rajiepti rpe6- 
(ixo Hunt ^jaexcn na iia- 
poxo^axi, aiamHHOio). 
Byxxa Eanaxa. 
Mtcxo na 



Cable. 



103 



Calk. 



4034. tow cable. 

4035. to unbend a cable. 

4036. to unbitt the cable. 
403"]. to underrun a cable. 

4038. to veer away the cable to 
the end (V. to pay away, 
slack out the cable, and 
Slip Ihe cable). 

4039. Veer away the cable!. 

4040. to veer out the number of 
fathoms of coble etc. 

4011. weather-bitt of the cable, 
or turn and half about the 
bills. 

Cable, V. a. 
Cabled, adj. 
Cablet . 
Cabllsh. 
Caboose, s. C. 

Cabotage V. coasting trade. 
4047 Coburns, s. 

4048. Cade, s. C. 

4049. Cadet, s. 

4050. cadet company. 

4051. marine cadet. 



4052. naval cadet, appointed by 
order. 

4053. cafliia, a fleet of merchant 
ships, kept by Ihe Porlu- 
guese government, which na- 
vigate the coasl of Guzarat. 

4054. Cage, s. 

4055. Caique, s. 

4056. Caisson, s. 

4057. Cake of coals. 



4058. cake of grease. 

4059. cake of ice. 

4060. mill caJte. 

4061. Oil cake. 

4062. press cake, art. 

4063. cake of whiting. 

4064. Cake, v. a. and n. 

4065. Caking coal. 

4066. caicar, s. (calcinating re- 
verbatory furnace). 

4067. calcine, v. a. and n. 

4068. Cair, a lump of ice under 
water. 

4069. Caliber or calibre, s. art. 
V. calllber. 

4070. to measure or take the ca- 
llbcr. 

4071. of proper caliber. 

4072. caiiver, s. in. o. a. (a light 
musket with a wheel lock). 



4073. calk, v. a. 

4074. lo calk in a ship's porls, 



remorque, cable de rcmorque. 

detalinguer. 

debilter le cAble. 

paumoyer ou recourir un cable. 

flier le cable par le bout. 



file du cable! 

filer une touee du nombre de bras- 
ses elc. 
lour el choque. 



remplir les cannelures d'ornements. 
cable, rudenle, attache avec un cable, 
cableau, grelin. 

bois chablis, abattu par le yent. 
couverture de cheminee de cuisine, 
fougon, cuisine, fourneau. 

fils de caret, fourrure. 
baril, caque. 
cadet, eleve, volontaire. 
compagnie de cadets, 
aspirant, garde marine. 

(Decret sur le service a bord des 
bailments de la flotle du 15 Aoul 
1851. litre IX art. 467494). 

aspirant, cadet. 



cafila, petite flotle de vaisseaux 
marchands entretenue par le 
gouvernemenl porlugais, sur la 
c6le de Guzarale. 

cage, carcasse, enveloppe, violon. 

caique. 

caisson, encaissemenl. 

Charbon de terre qui forme une 
espece de croule ou de gateau par 
la chaleur du feu. 

pain de vieux oing. 

morceau de glace. 

galette ou pate a grener. 

briquette. 

galelle en lame, lame. 

pain a blanchir. 

pelrir, cailler, brouiller, se durcir, 
coller, se crouler, se conguler. 

charbon gras el collanl. 

caicar, arche a matieres calquaises. 

calciner, se calciner. 
glaQon plonge. 
calibre, diametre. 
calibrer. 

de calibre. 

arquebuse, arquebuse a croc, fusil 
de remparl. 



calfater, radouber, palarasser. 
condamner les sabords. 



Oxaasaxb Kauaxi oxi aitopa. 
Cnaxb KaHarB CT. CnxeHrOBi. 
OcuaxpHBaxb K.'uiax'i. co UUBOIIKH. 



Kauaxi, xpasH Kanaxi! 
BuxpasHXh Kanaxa CXOJU.KO-XO ca- 



Kpti/Ei uanaxa nepBufi H Bxopofi 
Kaaaxa na 



BbieMKH Ha KOJOHHaxi. 



Kan6y3i>, Kyxna na KyneiecicoMt 



, 6016HOKT.. 



poxa. 
K)HKepx, 

(MopCKoft YcxaBi.. PasAin III 
T.iaBa XII, ex. 569577). 



MopcKoft 
K>ui,ifica. 



Ka<J)Hja. neSojiBmoH KyneiecKift 

, KOXOpHH COjepJfiHXCfl IIop- 



PyaapaTCKOMt fiepery. 
; xpi>Ma. 

, miocKOflOHHaa nuron- 
na, xypeu,Kaa nuironKa. 
Baxonopxi, saxBOpntafi nonxoHi;- 



BT. Kiipnunaxi. 



, cyxapt. 

KaMeanaro yna ci. TJIHHOK). 
EopoxoBaa jieneiDKa. 
KycoKt CAjitt.3.%. 
3aneKaxbca, cnenaxbCfl, 

sanenaxb, crymaxb. 
3KnpHuii KaMeHnu 
jJia o6a;HraHia 



raxtca 



noji> 



xojicxoxa npeji,Mexa. 
cnapa,i,Bi. 



HJH 



Ha'i;jiea;aui 1 aro 

TojicxocxinHbifi pyajefiquft CXBOJII. 

HJIH apKe6}"3T> CO fflXHKOMT), KO- 

xopHMi OHT> yxBep/E^aJica BT. 

no^cxaBKi H.III BT> cxaiiKi. 
KononaxHXb. 
SaKononaiHXB nopxa. 



Calk. 



104 



Calm. 



4075. to calk slightly. 

4076. Calker, s. 

4077. calker's boy or mate. 

4078. calker's box or seal. 

4079. calkcr's chisel. 

4080. calker's floating stage. 



4081. calker's grease box. 

4082. calker's hammer or a\e. 

4083. calker's hook or ripping 
iron. 

4084. master calker. 

4085. Calking, s. 

4086. calking or horsing iron. 

4087. calking mallet. 

4088. Call, s. 

4089. boatswain's call. 

4090. a gold call wilh a chain, anc. 



4091. roll call. 

4092. second call. 

4093. tattoo roll call. 

4094. to wind a call. 

4098. Call, v. a. 

4096. call all hands! 

4097. to call to arms. 

4098. to call* in. 

4099. to call out. 

4100. to call the roll. 

4101. call the watch! 

4102. calling, s. 

4103. calliper, caliber, s. (com- 
passes or callipers). 

4104. double bowed callipers. 



4105, 
4106. 



double callipers. 
inside callipers. 



4107. inside and outside callipers. 



4108. side callipers, art. 



4109. standing, sliding callipers, 
art. 

4110. calm, s. 

4111. to be in a calm. 

4112. dead, slark or flat calm. 

4113. to fall calm. 

4114. calm latitudes, the tract of 
the Atlantic Ocean, situated 
between the tropic of Can- 
cer and the latitude of 29 
N, or the space that lies bet- 
ween the trade and the va- 
riable winds. 

4115. long calm. 



recourir les coutieres. 
calfat, calfateur, radoubeur. 
calfatin. 

selletle, selle, chevre. 

bigorne. 

pigoulfere. 

escarbile. 
malebeste. 
bee de cor bin. 



maltre calfal. 
calfat, radoub. 

fer a calfat, coin a manche, pala- 
rasse. 

maillet de calfat. 

appel, nomination; iifflet de com- 
mandement. 

sifilet du mailre d'equipage. 

sifflet en or avec une chaine, ancien- 
nement marque distinclive de 
1'amiral. 

appel. 

rappel. 

appel du soir. 

donrier un coup de sifilet, faire un 
commandement au sifflet. 

appeler, demander, convoquer, as- 
sembler. 

lout le mondc sur le ponl! 

baltre la generate. 

retircr, faire entrer. 

appeler au combat, au duel, appe- 
ler sous les drapeaux. 

faire 1'appel. 

appelle le quart! 

appel, elal, profession, vocation, 
metier. 

compas courbe ou a branches cour- 
bes; compas d'epaisseur; compas 
a repousser. 

compas d'epaisseur, huil de chiffre, 
compas a lunettes. 

huit de chiffre. 

compas spherique, compas courbe. 

maitre de danse, mailre a danser. 



compas courbo, compas d'epaisseur. 



verificaleur ou elalon a coulisse et 
a nonius, pied elalonne, verifica- 
leur de culol. 

calme, bonace, calmie. 

eprouver du calme. 

calrne tout plat 

mollir; elre pris du calme, etre 
surpris par une bonace. 

latitudes calmes. 



calme conlinu. 



nojjMacTepta KOHonai- 



KoiionaxiHJta. 
KOHonaxiHua. 
(cy^iio HJIH cxpoenie, BI 

EOTOpOMT) paSOrp'EBaiOX'B CMOJiy). 



MOJIOTT> KouonaxTOita. 

May mi (/Kejifoimfi Kpmeiti #M 

BUHHuaaia IICHLKH H menoKT> HSI. 

na30Bi>). 

KoiionaTHuft Macrepi. 
Kononainafl paCoia, OKOHona'iH- 



KoHonaTKa, 



KojiOTymh-a 

a, cfiopi; CBIICTOKT,, ?.j^- 



cxa- 

a,n- 



CBIICTOKT., 
ji 

6uia 

a. 

HepeKiHiKa, cCopi, 
C6opt. 
Beneprnfi cCopi.. 



CTBOM'B CBHCTlta. 
lHKaTL, npH3UBaTB 
CBHCTait. 

Bctxi na 



, OTSUBaTB. 

i. na Coft; BU3BaTB na noe- 
; npnsuBaTB K% oHaMenawB. 
, 6HTB c6opi. 
CBHCTH na Baxxy! 

KiBBAHie, npiisuBanie; asaHie, 1 ji,oj- 
JKHOCTI,, npoiiucejii, peMecjio. 

n;np- 



(JJIH 



nnpity.ii>. 



nia BnyTpeniiaro 
C({)epHieci;iii 



BHyxpn H 



BOM60Mf.pl,: HUCTpyMCHTl RIM H3- 

uf,penia TOJIIUHHU CTBHI y 6oM6i." 
u rpanaTi,. 

Kajni6pOMf.pl w onpe^faenia TOJI- 
DUIHU sna 6oM6w. 



Ha 



CoBepmeuHLifi, 
CraxaTB. 



niiipoxH IIITHJICH, 

TpAKxi AxjianxB'iecKaro 

Meat,ny xponnKOMi, Paita H 29 C. 

HJIH ST> npocxpaHcxB'E, ne3;,iy iia- 

CaXHUMH BtxpaMH H 
MI1. 



Calm. 



105 



Cankook. 



4118. 
4119, 

mo. 



ealiu sea. 

calm v, eat her with a smooth 

sea. 

Calm, adj. 

Caloric, s. 

calorie engine, invented by 

capt. Ericsson. 



4121. Can, s. 



41 S3. 
4184. 

4185. 
4186. 

4187. 
4188. 
4189. 
4130. 
4131. 
4138. 

4133. 
4134. 
4135. 

4136. 
4137. 
4138. 
4139. 

4140. 
4141. 
4148. 



4143. 



cam ring, bag or arm case. 
cam or tumbling shaft* 
Camber, s. 

Cambered, adj. 
Cambered deck. 

Cambered keel. 
cambering, s. 
cambering of the deck. 
cambering of the keel. 
cambering of a plank. 
cambering the 



Camel, s. 
CameraMon, S. 
Camferlng, S. 

Camlsade, s. 

Camp, s. 

to beat the three ramp*. 
camp taps, or drummer's 
call. 

Campaign, 8. 
to open the campaign. 
Campeachy wood, eam- 
pesh-wood or eampeehlo, 
haemotoxylon Campechia- 
num). 
Can, s. 



ean-bnoy. V. buoy. 

4144. oil can or feeder. 

4145. can or shell hooks. 

4146. Canadian Umber. 

4147. Canal. <. 

4148. canal-lock, 

4149. canal navigable for small 
boats. 

4150. canal open to the sea. 

4151. reservoir or feeder of a 
canal. 

4152. Cancel, V. a. 

4153. Cancelled, a. et p. 
425L Candle, s. 

candle-coal V. cannel coal. 

4155. iron candle stick. 

4156. candle lamp. 

4157. candle stick. 

4158. candle stuff. 

4159. Canister, s. 

4160. canister or cannUter shot 
art. 

4161. Cankook. 



mer calme. 
bonace. 

plange, calme, tran<juille. 

calorique. 

machine a air chaud, machine loco* 

motive dont le moteur est la pres- 

sion de I 'atmosphere. 
came, levee, poucet, noix. 

collier des carries. 

arbre a cames. 

poutre cambree ou arquee. 

cambre, arque, courbe en arc. 
pont arque. 

quille arquee. 

courbure, cambrure, arc, arciire. 

relevement da pont. 

arc de la quille. 

devirage, detour d'une planche. 

bases arquees. 

chameau. 
courbure. 
taille, coupe en biseau, en Irtngle. 

camisade. 

camp. 

battre aux drapeaux. 

rappel pour les tambours. 

campagne. 

ouvrir la campagne. 
bois de campeche, d'lnde, de la 
Jamaique, campeche. 



bidon, canette, pot, ffison. 



auge, burette. 

elingue a pattes, ecrevisse crochet 

a bombes. 
bois du Canada, 
canal, tuyau, biez, bras, conduit, 

col, bouque. 
ecluse. 
watregan. 

etier. 
sas. 

canceller, biffer, effacer, detruire, 

acquitter, aneantir. 
nul, annule. 

chandelle, lumiere. 



pigou. 

lampe a chandelle. 

chandelier. 

suif. 

canastre, boite d'etain. 

boite a balles, lanlerne a milraille, 

charge a mitraille. 
palans de panloire. 



HOBp*HOCTl, 

Tnxaa noroja. 

Tnxiii, cnoKOfmufi. 
Tenjopoj.1, 



HJIH najem, f Boia (BI >a> 

fflHHaXT>). 

KOJI,II,O, cKofia Baja. 

luij-i, ci, Ky.iaKaK. 

CorHyruft, neperByrBii OIUICB, 6pe- 

BHO cornyto*. 
C!orHyTUH, 

Cfl. 



m> sepxy. 
HepejOMaHHilH KHS.L. 
Bumfianic, 



IIorH(5i y 



CBOXOMt. 

KaiteiB. 



peBa. 



COM. 
CGopii ropHHCxoBi a 6apa6*HHHKOBi. 

Kannaniji, xopcnon BOXOX%. 

OTKpuxi KaunaniK). 

KauneuiOBoe H.IH can WJteoe ^epeso. 



Kpyanca, 



, aefina. 



Macja Ha nox- 



mBBELBKH. 

XpanH, 



KaBaji> npoxo^i., npoioira; 

OTBepcTie, aeaoSi. 
HlJiiosa. 

MajHii i;ana.n,. j, ja npoxoja 

EIHXl cy^OBl. 

Maiufi Kana.ii Bna^aiomiu BT, uope, 
PesepByapi. Kaaaaa. 

OTirfe- 



HHTt. 
eAtHCT 
HH1T03IHUH. 



Cajio. 
KopoCoHKa. 



TSJIF. 



Cannel. 



106 



Canteen. 



4162. cannei coal or candle coal, houille compacte. 



4163. Cannon, s. art. 

4164. cannon ball. 

4165. brass cannon. 

4166. cannon-bullet (obsolete). 

4167. breech of a cannon art. 

4168. chamber of a cannon art. 

4169. cannon cartridge, art. 

4170. cast cannon, art. 

4171. cannon drawn in to be 
charged, art. 

4172. to (ire a cannon, art. 

4173. cannon foundry, art. 

4174. heavy cannon, art. 

4175. iron cannon, art. 

4176. to level a cannon, art. 

4177. cannon lock, art. 

4178. to mount a cannon art. 

4179. mouth of a cannon art. 

4180. (0 point a cannon art. 

4181. cannon-powder, art. 

4182. cannon practice, art. 

4183. cannon-proof. 

4184. recoil of a cannon, art. 

4185. cannon shot art. 

4186. to spike a cannon art. 

4187. touch hole or vent of a 
cannon, art. 

4188. cannon, whose bore is not 
proportioned to the thickness 
of the metal. 

4189. cannon, whose breech is 
reinforced or thicker than 
it's bore. 

4190. to be within cannon shot. 

4191. cannon with its tampion 

taken out. 

4192. to be beyoud the range of 

a ii noil-. 

4193. to be under the cannon of 

a fortress 

4194. Cannonade, s. 

4195. close, murderous canno- 
nade. 

4196. Cannonade, V. a. 

4197. Cannonler, s. art. 

4198. Canoe s. 

4199. bark canoe. 

4200. canoe with outrigger. 

4201. Canopy, s. 
4202 Cant, s. 

4203. cant, adj. 

4204. cant-hook. 



4205. cant pieces. 



4206. cant spar. 

4207. cant timbers. 

4208. cant wise or canted. 

4209. Cant v. a. et n. 



4210. Canteen. 

4211. canteen cover. 



canon. 

boulet de canon, 
canon de fonte. 
boulet de canon, 
culasse d'un canon. 
1'ame d'un canon, 
gargousse k canon, 
canon de fonte. 
canon demarre. 

tirer le canon. 

fonderie de canons. 

gros canon. 

canon de fer. 

braquer un canon. 

platine pour canon, platine a double 

tele de la marine, 
monter un canon, 
bouche d'un canon, 
pointer un canon, 
poudre h canon, grosse poudre. 
exercise du canon. 
k 1'epreuve du canon, 
recul d'un canon, 
coup de canon, 
enclouer un canon, 
la lumiere du canon. 

canon moindre. 



canon renforce sur la culasse. 



etre a la portee du canon. 

canon detache. 

elre hors de la portee du canon. 

se tenir souo le canon d'une forte- 

resse. 
canonnade, coups de canon, volee de 

canon, 
canonnade vive, canonnade meur- 

triere. 
canonner, battre du canon ou a 

coups de canon, 
canonnier. 
pirogue, canot. 
almadie, masulit. 

pirogue a balancier. 

baldaquin, tendelet, dais, pavilion. 

pan coupe, tringle. 

oblique, devoye, en pan coupe. 

renard, crochet, anneau. 

pieces devoyees. 



esparre ou matereau a veine torse. 

couples devoyes. 

k pan coupe. 

tourner; chavirer, faire capot, ren- 

verser quelque chose, pousser, 

lancer, chanfreiner. 
cantine. espoulelte. bidon. 
sac ou etui de bidon. 



yrojib. 
ITyniKa, opyjue. 



nymita. 



yrojib, 



opyjun. 

bpyjn'fl. 
IlymeiHHH sapajvi.. 
.Imaa nyraKa. 
PacKptnjieHHoe opyflie jwa sapasa-. 

Hia. 
BbinajiHTb H3 



Tasejoe opyjie. 

opyiie. 
opyflie. 
opy^ia. 



v 1 



opyjue na jiaTi. 
Jliepjo HJH fly.no opyjiia. 

opyjiie. 

, Kpynnufi nopoxi. 
HyineiHoe y^enie. 

a ajpauH. 
opyjiia. 



opy^ie. 
oanaai y apTHjaepiftcKiixi. 



'AJe, KOTOparo Kanajii He c6ox- 

TOJIUlIIHli 



Opy^ie CT> yiojiinenHoio 



no^i. nyuieiHuat 

JIOMt. 

Opy^ie ci BUHyioio 



BHt nymeiUHXT, BHCTptjlOBl.. 
BlJTB HOJ11> BLICTptjaHII KptnOCTH. 

l.'iinoHa;ui, na.Ti.oa. 

5KapKaa, yCificiBCHHaa najitGa. 

Haciyro najii>6y, rpo- 

Kauonepi. 

HIM ^HKHXI. 
aHiiaa im. KO- 



nnpora, 



pu 

Ilapora ci> 6aJiaucHpOMi. 
SOHTHKI Ha 



McnopieHHuft, KPHBOH, 
BarpoBbiff KptDKi>, 
npn HarpysK-i; n BurpysKf. 



yrjibi (Jmme H BI> 

BSaM^Hl BbinaBIlIHXT. llf.CT'b. 

IIIecTT, jiHHHbifi ze^n. 
op 

OTC'BHeHHHM'b COKOMl. 

eBo 

pCBO 



ManepBa. 



Marrepira. 



Canlcen. 



107 



Capitana. 



421-2. canteen keeper. 

i-2i:t. Canting s. 
,4214. canting of the Umbers. 

Cttnva*--, S. 



breadth of canvass. 

much canvass out or sail 

set. 

ship nnder all her canvass. 

single canvass. 

tarred canvass. 

Caoutchouc, s. 

Cap, s. 

boiler-cap, st. eng. 
cap bolt, st. eng. 
cap box art. 



4216. 
4217. 

4218. 
4219. 
4220. 
4221. 
4222. 

4223. 
4224. 
4225 



4226. copper percussion cap. 

4227. cap of a dead eye. 

4228. drummer's knee cap. 

4229. fuse cap, art. 

cap of a gun or cannon V. ap- 
ron. 

4230. cap of a gun hammer. 

4231. iron cap of a handspike. 

4232. lower the topsails on the cap. 

4233. cap of a mast. 

cap merchant V. Supercargo. 

4234. cap for pedestal, st. eng. 

4235. military percussion cap 

4236. notch of the cap for the jears. 

4237. pistol-cap, m. 0. a. 

4238. cap pocket 

4239. cap priming 

42 iO. cap of a pump. 

4241. ribbed cap. 

4242. cap rim. 

4243. cap scuttle. 

4244. cap shore or stanchion. 

4245. cap slit. 

4246. Cap, v. a. 



4247. to cap a rope. 

Capacfx-e V. capsize. 

4248. Capacity, s. 

4249. Cape, s. 



. 

4250. to double or weather a cape. 

4251. cape fly away. 



to round a cape \. to double a 
cape. 

4252. Capillarity, s. 

4253. capillary tube. 

4254. Capitana, s. 



canlinier. 
devoyement. 
devoyement des couples. 

canevas, toile a voile et a prelart; 

voiles. 

le, cueille, laize. 
ayant beaucoup de voiles dehors. 

vaisseau avec toutes voiles dehors. 
toile ecrue. 

toile goudronnee, prelart. 
caoutchouc. 

bonnet, chapeau; chapiteau, tete. 
chef; chouquet, bloc, cap de more, 
chapeau d'une chaudiere. 
boulon de chapeau. 
caisse a capsules, amorcette. 

capsule. 

trou de cap de moulon. 

cuissiere de tambour. 

coiffe de la fusee. 



couvre-batlerie. 

crampon de levier. 

amene les huniers sur le ton! 

chouquel, ton. 



chapeau de palier. 
capsule a rebord. 
goujure du chouquet. 
Calotte, pommelte de pistolet. 
poche, pochette a capsules, 
amorce ou matiere fulminante, 

couche de fulminate, 
clapet d'une pompe. 
capsule cannelee, 
rebord de capsule, 
ecoulillon a panneau. 
bar re du chouquet. 
capsule fendue. 
mettre le chouquel; coiffer, bon- 

neter une fusee el couvrir, ar- 

mer etc. 

tresser le bout d'une corde. 



capacite. 

cap, promonloire, langue bee de 

terre, acrotere; collet, cape, man- 

leau a capuchon. 
decaper. 
terre de beurre. 



capillarite. 

lube capillaire. 
capitane. 



e fipyca, TTOOU BH- 
jipyryio CTopony. 
DapycHna: napyca. 



noc/rajee Miioro napycoBx. 

CyjHO noji> BciMH napycaMH. 
yKi. 
napycHHa, 



KayiyKi. 

JI[aiii;a, (Jtypa^Ka; KoanaKi; 



Ha 

Boait y aarojioBHHKa 
JlmnieK't, cyMOHKa wa xpanema 

KanciojeH. 
HHCTOHT,, KancwjiB. 
OiBepciie H)<}>epca. 
IIlypi;i, K03;aHbiB nepe^nnin, y <5a- 

paoaiinunta. 
IIjiacTHpt y 6oMCoBoft H.TH rpanar- 

HOM 



ornHea py- 



Ilpo6oM ateatsHtiii BI pn'iart. 
Oijaft Mapca 4>aJiH (cnycTHTt Map- 
cejn na 



KHIB 

y HHCTOICTHOU JIO;H. 
a Kaiicio.ieft. 
npHBOji HJH 
cnocoCtT. coo6menia orna 
noiinH. 



. no- 



Bticxyni, OKpaima 

OOHTHK1) Ha 



.lonnyBmaa 

, naioauiTB .a 



naacxtipi. in, 60116061,11111, H rpa- 
HaTHUM'L TpyonaMi). 

OOBHTB, OlIJeCTH KOHCll.!; BCpCBKH. 
Bjif>CTIIMOCTB, eMKOCTB. 

Muci>; njami>, UZHHCJIB BoeHnaa CT, 

BOpOTHHKOMl. 
060HTH MUCT>, OOOFHyTB JIHCl. 

Kaa;yiii,aac3 Ha ropiisonrE sesua (910 
o6tiKHOBeHHO cjyiaeTca so BOC- 
xoat^enia H no saxoiK^eHin COJH- 
ua). 



, BOJOOHOCTB, BCaCH- 

, BOiocnaa Tpy6i;a. 
rajepa. 



BaHie. 



Capitulate. 



Captaia. 



4255. Capitulate, v. n. 

4256. i'apHultttJon S. 

4257. to draw up the terms of 

capitulation. 

4258. Capot, s. 

4259. Cappanus, s 

4260. Capped, part. 

4261. capped loadstoue. 

4262. Capsize, v. a. 

4263. Capsquare, art. 

4264. eapsquare bolt, art. 

capaquare chain V. capsquare 
key, chain. 

4265. eapsquare joint bolt, art. 

4266. eapsqnare key and chain, 

art. 

4267. Capstan, cabstan, caps tern 
or capstand. 



Parts of the capstan: 

a) capstan bars V. bar. 

b) capstan barrel V. barrel. 

c) capstan cleats. 

d) drum head of a rap-tan 

e) the pawls of the 
the spin of I he 



g) rundle-head of a capstan 

h) saucer of the capstan 
i) capstan spindle or pivot 
j) capstan step. 
k) swifter of the capstan 
1) whelps of the capstan 

4268. Chinese capstan. 

4269. to come up the capstan. 

4270. crab-capstan. 

4271. capstan drum. 

4272. double capstan. 

4273. to heave in at the capstan 

4274. heaving by means of the 
capstan. 

4275. gear capstan. 
4270. main capstan. 

4277. to man the capstan. 

4278. to pawl the capstan. 

4279. to rig the capstan, 

4280. to surge the capstan. 

4281. captain, s. 

Queen's Regulations et Admiralt 
Instructions Ch. XLHI et 3 < 
Ch. 1 XLIV et 19. 



4282. captain of the afterguard. 



apituler, composer, se rendre par 

capitulation. 

apitiilation, composition. 
Iresser, rediger les clauses de la 

capitulation. 
,apote, redingote. 
aret, ver tariere, ver rongeur de 

digites et de vaisseaux. 
:oiffe, bonnete, couvert, couronne, 

surmonte. 
aimant arme. 
havirer, reaverser, faire capot, ca- 

baner, capoter, verser ea cage, 
plate-baade, susbande. 
hevtile & mentonnet, a oeillet ou a 

bout perce. 



heurtoir. 

iavette et chainelte de susbande. 

cabestan, vindas, girelle, vireveau. 



Parties du cabestan: 



fuseaux. 

tele de cabeslan. 

eliitguels ou linguets de cabestan. 

pelites chevilles qui se passent par 
la tele du cabestan et traversent 
les barres pour les assujelir 
quand le cabestan est garni. 

ttMe de la cloche inferieure d'un 
cabestan double. 

ccueile de cabestan. 

pivot. 

carlingue de cabestan. 

lire-veille. gardecorps de cabestan. 

taquets. flasques de cabestan. 

treuil de Chine. 

devlrer. 

vindas, cabeslan volant. 

moulinet. 

catestan double ou a deux cloches 

virer au cabestan. 

virage. 

petit cabestan. 
grand cabestan. 

mettre du monde au cabestan. 

mettre les linguets au cabestan. 
armer ou garnir le cabestan. 
choquer un cabestan. 
capitaine, patron, chef, comman 
dant. 

(Decret sur service k bord de 
bailments de la flolle du 1 
Aout 1851 Tilre VII. Chap. 1-4 
art. 172-319; litre XVII. Chap 
IV Section II. art. 722 et 723 
Chap. X art. 771.) 

chef des matelols posies pour veil 
ler a 1'execulion des manoeuvre 
du gaillard d'arriere. 



HOC AHO. 

lOKpUTUH. 



,uvn,ea aa 



oeHHoe 



KannTyjiai;iH. 



uH xoiHTi K0pa6ejb 



MaritHTi, BI 



OnpOKHHyit, 






CT> raiiKOR> HJII 
Ha BepxnejTb EOHITB. 



lanepi, ynopHBtii 6pyct>. 
H utnoiKa 



rojiosa y 

1I:UM y niiiti.'.'i. 
[IlllHJbKH W-1 BUMOOBOKT,. 



. KOJtnairB na BiopOMT. 

OHf, SBOHHOft. 

Ilaia nmnjifl. 
BepexeHo y minm. 
Creiicf. 

CBHCTOKV 



y ninnaa. 
KiiTaiicKift croaiift Bopon.. 
OixojiiTb na 

IlepCHOCHUH 



Bopoxt 



eia Taatecieft. 
Jl,BoftHoft 

na 



niniijib. 



IIocraBHTb juoieii na innnjib. BOO- 



I CT. 



BoopyjKHTb 



(YcTaBT>. Pasjitji III 
199302; Pasitii 
CT. 906). 



najrb 



K)TOBHMH 



Captain. 



109 



Caravel. 



4283. captain and commander. capitaine de corvette 



4286 
4287. 



captain of a gun. 
captain of a flag ship, flag 

capltaln. 

captain of the fleet or 

squadron. 

captain of the forecastle. 



$288. captain of the fore top. 

4289. captain of the hole. 

4290. captain of the main lop. 

4291. captain of the marines. 

4292. captain of the mast 



4293. captain of a merchantman C. 

Merchant Shipping. Act 17 et 18 
Victoria c. 104. Part HI et 
109-290. 



4294. captain of the mizen top. 

4295. captain of he port v. 
master attendant. 

4296. post-captain or captain of 

a ship of war. 

429". captain of a ship of the 
line. . 

4298. captain of the sweepers. 

4299. captain of a top. 

4301. captain of a trader C. 

4302. captain of a troop ship. 

4303. captain's clerk. 

4304. captain's COOk. 

4305. captain's coxswain or cocks- 
wain. 

4306. captain's steward. 

4307. Captaincy, s. 

4308. Captive, s. 

4309. Captivity, s. 
4810. Capto, s. 

4311. Capture, s. 

4312. Capture, v. a. 

4313. Carabine or carbine s. 

m. o. a. 
4311 Carae or earack, a large 

Portuguese ship of burthen, 

s. C. 
4313. Caracore, S. C. 



4316. Caramousal, caramonil, a 

turkish ship of burthen, s. C. 



4317. Caravel or carvel, a SW'ift 
Portuguese bark of 120 tons; 
a turkish war ship of a 
heavy build, s. 

4318. Carbon, s. 



ihef de piece. 
;apitaine de pavilion. 

major d'escadre, major de 1'armee 

navale. 
hef des matelots posies pour veil- 

ler a 1'execution des manoeuvres 

du gaillard d'avant. 
gabier en chef de la hune de mi- 

saine. 

contre-maitre de la cale. 
gabier en chef de la grande hune. 
capifaine de soldats mariniers. 
malelot de confiance, poste pour 

veiller aux manoeuvres qui sont 

au pied du grand mat. 
capilaine de navire, palron. 

(Code de Commerce Livre II. 
litre IV art. 221-249). 



gabier en chef de la hune d'artimon. 
capitaine de port. 

capitaine de vaisseau ou de haul 

bord. 
capilaine du grand etat. 

balayeur en chef. 

gabier en chef d'une hune. 

capitaine au long cours. 

capilaine de bailment de transport 

de troupes, 
commis ou secretaire du capitaine 

charge de tenir ses comptes et 

ses ecritures. 
cuisinier du capilaine. 
patron de la chaloupe ou du canot 

d'un capitaine. 
maitre d'hotel du capitaine. 
grade de capitaine. 
prisonnier de guerre, caplif. 
captivite, esclavage, servilude. 
capleur, celui qui a fait une prise, 

vaisseau capteur, preneur. 
prise, capture, proie. butin, action 

de prendre. 
caplurer, prendre. 
carabine, escarbine, mousqueton. 

caraque. vaisseau de charge portu- 
' gais 

caracore, sorle de bailment a rame 
et k voile dont les habitanls de 
Korneo se servent habituellement. 

caramoussail, caramoussat, vaisseau 
de charge ture construit en huche, 
c'esl dire a poupe excessive- 
menl haute. 

caravelle, petit vaisseau portugais, 
court de varangue et rond de 
bordage; vaisseau de guerre lure 
d'une construction lourde. 

carbone, charbon. 



<})jiraMaHCKaro 



Ha (j)0pt-napct>. 



TpKMHHH. 



KannTaHi> MOPCKHXI 

, ciapmiiHa na naayfit. 



i;yneiecKaro 
cyjna. 

(B. 3aK. T. XI YciaBT. Topro- 
Bwfi KHHralll Pa3A. II, OTJI. 1 
3; CT. 879921; npo^OJis;. in, 
CT. 909). 



na 



nopTOMi,. 
KannTaHi Boennaro cy^na. 
KaniiTaHi jiHHtftnaro Kopa6ia. 



npa 
, cTapraHHa na wapct 

KyiienecKaro cynna 
Haro njiaBania. 
KannraHt TpaHCiiopra JIJJT 

KH BOHCKT.. 

Kopa6e.ai.HNii naepKi, nncapi> 



noB.api. 
na 



KannraHCTBO, 



Gy<j>eTiHKi, 



KapaKi, 



npH3a; 
npnaoMi. 



CVTHOMl, B33TI, HpH3T,. 

, niTyu,epi>. 

oe rpysoBoc 



KapaKOpi, rpeCnoe H napycnoe 
cyjHo. ynoTpe6.inejioe na ocipo- 
Bi Bopneo. 

KapaMyca.!i>, Kapaayca. ivpeuKoe 
rpyaoBoe cyjno ci no r THaTOK) Kop- 

MOK). 

KapaBejii>, Kapsejb, .rpyaoBi e ne- 
6ojiBinoe cyjino nopTyrajihCKoe BI> 
120 TOHHT,; Typemioe Boennoe 
noci'poHKii 



Carbon. 



4319. proportion, contents of car- 
bon. 

4320. Carbonate of lime. 



4321. Carbonic acid ch. C l2 fl 6 2 

4322. Carcass, s. 



4323. carcass composition, art. 

4324. hand carcass, art. 

4325. carcass-heading (of a car- 
cass-rocket,) art. 

4326. carcass of howitzers art. 

4327. oblong carcass, skeleton 
carcass of the old pattern, 
art. 

4328. carcass-rocket art. 

4329. round carcass art. 

4330. carcass of a ship. 

4331. Card, s. 

4332. card. 

4333. card-board. 

4334. card dial or face of a com- 
pass. 

433U. cardinal points. 

4336. cardinal winds. 

4337. careen, careening, . 
i338 careen-brush. 

4339. careen-gear. 

4340. ship laid on a careen. 

4341. a thourough careen. 

4342. the careening wharf, or 
place. 

4343. careen v. a. and n: heave 
down a ship. 

4344. the ship careens, as over- 
pressed with sail, the ship 
sails on the careen. 

434!i. cargo, s 

4346. carge-book C. 

4347. cargo insufficient to load a 
ship. C. 

4348. time allowed to discharge 

cargo. C 

4349. to shift the cargo into ano- 
ther vessel. C. 

4350. carlnthian steel. 

4351. carle, s. 
43JJ2 carllng, s. 



43o3. fore and aft carllng. 

4354. caning knee, carline knee. 

4355. small carllng or carline. 

4356. caning or carline under the 
beams. 

4357. carnage, s. 



110 



teneur en charbon, quanlite con- 

tenue. 
canstine, arbue, harbue. 



acide carbonique. 

carcasse, squelelle, cage, charpenle; 
obus incendiaire. 



composition incendiaire, matiere in- 
cendiaire. 
pelote a feu. 
chapiteau d'une fusee incendiaire 

obus incendiaire, obus tele de mort. 
balle k feu, ;i carcasse en fer, balle 
incendiaire, carcasse. 

fusee incendiaire. 

boulet creux & incendier, boulet 

incendiaire. 
rouche, squelelte. 

carle; carton; guide, indication. 

courbe d'indioateur. 

carton. 

rose. 

points cardinaux. 
vents cardinaux. 
carene, carenage. 
guipon. 
aiguillettes de carene. 

vaisseau aballu en carene. 
une carene enli6re. 
carenage, lieu de oarenage. 

carener, radouber, espalmer, florer; 
mettre ou abaltre en carene, 
plicr ou donner k la bande. 

le vaissean plie ou donne & la bande. 



cargaison, chargement, charge, 
livre de chargement. 
morte charge. 

jours de planche. 

reuverser la charge d'un vaisseau. 

acier de tonnelage. 

une espece particuliere de chauvre. 

carlingue, contre-quille, traversin, 
bare de panneaux d'ecoulilles, 
entremise, ailure; arc-boutant. 

hiloire renversee. 
jambe de force. 

traversin des baux, barrotin. 
hiloire, iloire. 

carnage, massacre, boucherie. 



Carnage. 






Cojepsame 



$JIIOCT> H3T, IMIIHU, ynoxpeoiseMHH 
npn BuiuaBirk lyryaa; KaciHHi: 

H3B6CTKOB1JH KdMCHI., HpHMtmH- 

KT> HtKOTOptiMi ;Ke.it3- 
pyjaMi>; npn BuiuaBKi HSI 
HHXT, nyryna. 

YrjeKHCioia, yraepo^Haa Kncjoxa. 
KyaoBt cy,ina 6esi panroyia H o5- 
IHHBKH, ciaptiH KyaoBi, cyjea naa- 
naieHHUM BT> JOMKy; KOpnycT>, 
ociaBi; KapKaci>; 
v)a;i;nra i ej i.iiMii cociaBi. 



KojinaKi, 



KapKaci>, u 

TCJIbHlIH 



rpanaia. 



sasnra- 



Kopnyci cy^na, cxofliuaro Ha cxa- 



Kapxa, Kapxo'iKa; xoHKaa naiiKa. 

Jl,iarpaMa. 

IlanKa. 

KoMnacnaa KapxyinKa. 



pyuou. 
1 Iexi,ipe rjiaDH 
KpeHroaanie. 

Maaiuita y K. 
Tpocu n iiafixoBM yiioxpe6jseMue 

npu KpenroBamn. 
KpeHronaHiioe cy^uo. 
HOJIHOC i;panroBanie. 
fiyxxa <IM 



Kpenronaxi., uo.iaxt, 
. no jjfl Hcnpaueux 



cyj- 



CyiHO KpCHIIXl, 0X1) MHOH'.eCXBa 110- 

cxaBJieimuxi, napycoBi,. 



jwa &urpy3KH 
. 
na r T,pyroe cy,v 



ia BHeceiia rpysa. 
Tpysi, neiocxaxoMHtiH WK xoro nro- 

Ohl Biio-in-b Harpy;mxh cyjHO. 
Bpewa oiipeAt- 

TOBapou'b H3i 
IleperpysiiTj, 

HO. 
KapHHTiftci;afl c 

OcoCllH po^.1. nCHbKH. 

PacnopKa, no^uopKa (B0o6me Bca- 
Koe aepeBO o6Hxoe eJit30Mi> H 
cayiKamee x ja npnxania 6o.ii>nioH 
CHJIU MeMy nHfiyAt). 

HapyuHoft noact aosit jiona. 

Iloflnopa npo^oJitHaro KoasyxoBaro 



CB33HHH iioact najy6. JTonri-Kap- 

JIHHCI.; oCpamniJH KapiHHCi. 
Pt3H3 etna. 



Camel. 



113 



Carry. 



4358. camel, s. a kind of small 
Spanish vessel. 

43o9. camel work or curnel 
work (in shipbuilding is the 
putting together the tim- 
bers, beams and planks, is 
distinguished from cliucher 
work). 

4360. Carpenter, s. 

4361. carpenter's axe. 

4362. carpenter's crew. 

4363. man of war's carpenter. 

4361. carpenter's mate. 

4365. carpenter's rule. 

4366. carpenter's square 

4367. carpenter's toals. 

4368. carpenter's work. 

4369. Carpentry, s. 

4370. pieces of carpentry in their 
proper places. 

4371. Carriage, s. 



4372. carriage, art. 

4373. block or platform carriage, 
art. 

4374. gun-carriage, art. 

4378. carriage or sledge of a bo- 
ring bench. 



4376. steps of a ship-carriage, art. 



4377. water-carriage. 
carrick bend v. bend. 

carrick bills V. bittS. 

4378. Carronade, s. art. 

4379. carronade-loop (for the 
bolt), lechn. 

4380. Carry, v, a. 



4381. to carry away. 

4382. to carry away a mast, a 
spar, a rudder. 

4383. to caray by boarding. 
4381. to carry or gain ihe day. 

4385. 10 carry a good sail. 

4386. 10 carry guns. 

4387. to carry the guns low. 

4388. to carry her helm (of a 
ship). 

4389. .to carry into Ihe harbour. 

4390. to carry little Sail. 

4391. to carry out an anchor in 
the launch. 

4892. to carry a press of sail or 
crowd all sail. 

4393. to carry a sail clewed up 
in the brails. 

4394. to carry the shot home, art. 

4395 to carry tier cannon well. 

4396. to carry with (p. ex. some 

fat horns) : 



espece de petit vaisseau cspagnol. 
assemblage des madriers. 



charpentier, menuisier. 

ebauchoir. 

gens du charpentier. 

maltre charpentier. 

aide-charpentier. 

querre. 

iquerre. 
instruments de charpentier. 

;harpente. 
charpenlerie, charpenle, menui- 

serie. 
pieces de bois en leur raison. 

port, portage, charriage, charroi, 
transport, amenage, equipage, 
voiture, chariot; mine, air, con- 
duite, deportement, maintien, te- 
nue, comportement. 

voiture d'artillerie. 

chariot a canons ou porte-corps. 

affut de canon. 

chariot du bane de forerie. 



entailles, coches, gradins. 



transport par eau. 



carronade. 
crapaudine. 

porter, gagnery emporter, rempor- 
ter, prendre, s'enlparer de, me- 
ner, conduire; pousser. 

rompre. 

rompre un mat, demater, d'un mat, 
perdre son gouvernail. 

enlever un vaisseau. 

vaincre, remporter la victoire. 

avoir une bonne voilure. 

etre arme de canons. 

avoir la batterie presque noyee. 

sentir son gouvernail (en parlanl 

d'un vaisseau). 
conduire au port, 
faire petite voile. 
faire porter une ancre au large 

dans la. chaloupe. 
forcer de voiles. 

bourcer une voile, 
toucher droit k la cible. 

avoir une bonne balterie. 
conserver (p. ex. une certaine quan- 
tite de brasses). 



HeGo.ituioe nciiaHCKoe cyjno. 
Coejimenie 6pycbeBi,, CIIMCOBT,, nia- 

HOKt H IIpOM. 



ILlOTIIHKIj. 

IIjioxmiHift xonopx. 

HIOTHIIKU, TiiM>iepnaHci;a/7 KOnaH,Ta. 

TiiMMepnanT, (Kopade.ii.HHu IIJIOT- 

HHKB. 



THMMepuana. 
Hayro-iBHiiKT,, nmeiiKa. 
Hayro.iBHHKB. 

fl.TOXHiraH HHCTpyMCHTT,. 

pauoxa.- 
jiaciepcTBO. 



na CBOIIXT, Mic- 
xaxi.. 

npOB03i,; nyme'inufi cia- 
HOKT,, ja<j)eTi,; ocanKa; Te.ieH-.Ka. 



AprajjepificKaa 

^porii AJH nepeBOSKii 

opyjifi. 
CxaHOKi. nyme^HHii. 

xejesKa HJIH caHir, KT> KO- 

llpll HtKOTOpHXT, CBCp- 

JIIULHHXT, ciaiiKaxt, yi;ptnjaeTCfl 

CBCpJO. 

Eupisu BI sa^Hefi n BT, 

JiopTiipnaro ciaHKa, 



HIII ero, aosiOBt nan ranniiiyroBt. 
Mopcitaa nepeB03Ka. 



KapOaa^a. 



nzx (5oaxa). 

HOCKTB, B03HXB, nepeHociixt; npo- 
nsBO^iixi, si, ^.McxBie; Bi,i r i;epa;H- 
Baxi.. 

CHHXB, cnecxu, cpyGirrt. 

;Kep r ^b, py.iB n x. A. 



Bsaxi, 

no6t^y, BHiirpaxi, . 
IlMtxi) xopomyro napycnocxt^ necxn 
xopoinie napyca. 



opy^ie HIISKO oxi, 
Cayraaxi-ca pyaa. 



irapycnocxt. 
' 



Hecxii BceB03uoa;nije uapyca; <|>op- 

ciiponax'B napycaiiii., 
Hecxii napyci> CT> neox^annuun ru- 

XOBaMJI. 

IIonacxB woiiT, npasio BT, 



CoxpaHHXB 



xopomyio Caxxapero. 



Carrying. 



114 



Carvel. 



4397. Carrying, S. 

4398. carrying place. 

4399. carrying trade C. 



4400. Cartel, S. 

4401. Cartouch, S. art. 

4402. cartouch-box, art. 

4403. canvass-cartoucn for gun 
ammunition, art. 

4404. cartouch-ponch. 
540,'). Cartridge, s. art. 

4406. cartridge bag, art. 
ball-cartriilge, v. ball. 

4407. to bite the cartridge, art. 

4408. blank cartridge, art. 

4409. cartridge-box, art. 

4410. cartridge-box-belt. 

4411. cartridge cylinder, art. 

4412. empty cartridge, , art. 

4413. to empty out a portion of 
powder from a cartridge, 
art. 

4414. to fill cartridges, art. 

4415. flap or cover of a cartridge- 
box, art. 

4416. cartridge former. 

4417. funnel for filling cartridges 
art. 

4418. cartridge gange, art. 

4419. cartridge paper, art. 

4420. paper cartridge, art. 

4421. paper cardridge with flan- 
nel bottom, art. 

4422. cartridge pattern or mould, 
art. 

4423. to prick the cartridge, art. 
cartridge-ponch v. carlouch- 
ponch. 

4424. to ram down the cartridge, 
arl. 

4425. cartridge for recruit drill. 

4426. round of case with it's car- 
tridge*, art. 

4427. cartridge shovel for fil- 
ling, art. 

4128. small arm cartridge, art. 

4429. cartridge twine. 

4430. cartridge wire, priming 
wire of the cartridge (fixed 
to the conducting wires of 
the galvanic apparatus). 

4431 . wooden end of the cartridge, 

art. 



4432. Carve, v. a. 

4433. Carved or carver's work. 

shbdg. 

carvel, v, Caravel. 

4434. carvel built or flush-joint 
(of a wooden ship); jump- 
jointed (of an iron ship), 
shbdg. 

4435. carvel work, opposite to 
clincher work, shbdg. 



prise, transport. 

wrtage. 

commerce de transport, negoce d'af- 
fretement , commerce d'expedi- 
tion, commerce d'entrep6t. 
artel parlementaire, vaisseau ou 
bailment parlementaire. 

cartouche. 

giberne. 

sac a charges ou a cartouches. 

giberne. 

artouche, charge, 
giberne, cartouchier. 

dechirer la cartouche, 
cartouche a poudre ou d'exercise. 
;iberne, cartouchier, garde feu. 
3anderolle. 
argoussier. 
sachet, gargousse. 

saigner la cartouche. 



remplir les gargousses. 
patelette. 

mandrin, mandrin & cartouches. 

entonnoir. 

cylindre de reception. 

papier de cartouche ou de gar- 
gousse. 
sachet en papier, 
sachet k oulot en serge. 

patron en fer blanc. 
percer la cartouche. 

bourrer. 

cartouche posliche. 
cartouche a balles. 

coupelle. 

cartouche a fusil ou d'infanlerie. 
fil h gargousse. 

fil d'amorce d'un appareil galva- 
nique, qui aboutit dans la charge 



cylindre en bois, qn'on met quel- 
quefois au fond de la cartouche, 
pour lui conserver la regular-He 
de la forme. 

tailler, sculpter, guillocher, couper 
le bois; ciseler; graver. 

sculpture d'un vaisseau. 



franc bord. 



maniere ordinaire de border les vais- 
seaux, a carve lie, a joinla cu'ro 



IlepeBOSKa. 
Micxo nepeuosKH. 
fppaxxoBbifi xoprt. 



KapieabHoe, napjaMeniepHoe cyji,HO 

fllfl OCM^lia lUTEHHUX'B. 
XpOH'L, KOKOpt. 

HaxpoHi KOKOpa. 



Kapxysi; naxpoirb 
a 'HOCKH 



XO.IOCTOH 



HepeBasi. JiajyHKH HJH cyma 
KoKopi. 



Oxcunaxb H3i napxysa ^lacxb no- 
poxa: ociadnxb HJIH yMCHbinHTt 



Hacbinaib naTposu, Kapiy3H. 
KOKopa. 



HaBOHHHKT>, wa ^tjiania naTpon- 

HUXl IHJ1B31. 

BoponKa ^Jia Hacbinania KapiysoBi,. 

naipoHnaa 4>opwa MR nponycKHOu 

n;njiHHapT>. 
Bywara naTpoaosi H KapTy30B7>. 



CT> mepctaHijMi 

ateciaHnaa tfiopua. 



itapiyst. 



Kapxyst nHJEOMt, aacaaxi 
10 sapaia. . 

naxpom.. 
KapxeiHHH sapajrt. 

IIIy4).ia jiJa nacbiiiK 



naxpt)HT>. 
Kapxysnaa Hnxna A^S naxpoHOBt. 
nposoioKa RAS. BOC- 



,Jl,epeBaHHb]ii I^HJIHHAPI., xoxopWH 
HHorjia noM-femaexca ea wb iiap- 
xysa KHX. coxpanenia 
HOCXH <j)opMi,i 

Hapfoaxb, 



a HJIH ptaeaa pa6oxa na cy- 



OdfflHBKOK) 






Carving. 



115 



Caschardening. 



4436. carving chisel, techn. 
4137. Cascable or cascabel, s, 

art. 

44.18. cascubie button, art. 
4439. cascable fillet, -art. 



gabtet mould of the casea- 

bie, art. 

eoscabie moulding board. 



4440. 
4441. 
4442. 
4443. 
4444. rateable square, art. 



neck of the cascable but- 
ton, art. 
cascable ring, art. 



4445. Case, s. 



4446. case or box of rockets, art. 



4447. case or canister for shot, art. 

4448. case- or canister-shot, art. 

4449. congreve rocket-ease, art. 

4450. case for grape or langrage, 
art. 

4451. case of a lock. 

4452. case of a mast. 

4453. case or outer cover of a 
powder barrel, art. 



4454. pump-case. 

4455. rocket or portfire case, art. 

4456. rudder-case. 

4457. case shot fixed, common 
case, art. 

4458. spherical case or shrapnel 
shell, art. 

4459. Case, v. a. 



4460. to case a lock, techn. 

4461. to case a wheel, techn. 

4462. Caseharden, v. a. techn. 



4463. Caschardened p. and a., 

techn. 

4464. casehardened casting, chil- 

led work, techn. 

4465. casehardened roller, chil- 
led roll, techn. 

4466. casehardened or weather 
beaten tar , down right 
seaman. 

467. Canebardeutng, s. techn. 



fermoir, neron, nez rond. 
cul de lampe. 

bouton de cul de lampe. 
listel du cul de lampe. 

moule ou panier de culasse. 
gabaril de culasse. 
collet du bouton de culasse. 
anneau de culasse. 

carre du bouton, faux bouton, car- 
re de culasse. 



boite, caisse, etui, fourreau-cartou- 
che, bandeau, chambranle/ en- 
tourage, cage, chemise, enve- 
loppe. 

bouquet d'artih'ce, girandole, bou- 
quet de fusees. 

lanterne. 

boite a balles, lanterne a mitraille. 

cartouche en tOle de la fusee de 

guerre, 
boite a mitraille. 

palastre. 
cornet de mat. 

chape (de baril a poudre). 



arche d'une pompe. 
cartouche de fusee, 
boite de gouvernail. 
cartouche a balles. 

obus k balles, botte k balles sphe- 

riques , obus k la Shrapnel , 

Shrapnel, 
enchaper, serrer; mettre dans un 

etui ou dans une boite; envelop- 

per, plaquer, revetir, incruster, 

lambrisser. 
enchasser. 
ferrer, mettre des bandes ou un 

bandage. 

tremper en paquet ou en coquille; 
. donner la trempe, tremper k la 

voice, 
trempe en paquet, endurci. 

fonte durcie ou blanchie k la sur- 
face. 

cylindre en fonte durcie k la sur- 
face. 

loup de mer. 



trempe en paquet, en coquille ou 
par cementation. 



Kocoe JO.IOTO. 
TopejBnaa 



opynijr. 



Bunrpaji. 

ILiocKifi H yanifi 4>pn3-B, 

KB <|>pH3y Ha Topejrfe 
<|>opMBi. 



<3>OpMa ,/r.Ifl OTJIHBKH TOpejIBHOH 

CTH opyjua 

niefiKa. 



ZIpoyniHHa Ha BHHrpa^ii HJH Ha TO- 

pean KM 6pi3Ka. 
XBOCTI HJIH ^eTHpexi-rpaHHtiii npH- 

JIBB-B csa^ii BHHrpajiia, ji;jrfl yKpt- 
opyjia BI daSni HJIH BS 

CBCpJIHJIBHOH SiamHHBI. 

jiflpi; antnKt, jiap- 
; nexo-TB, Kopnyci; ojes^a 

HJIH HapySHHH CJ10H PJIHHaHOH (|)0p- 

MH; Kosyxt. 

PaKCTHHH dyKCTl HJIH naBHJIBOHt: 

3HaiHTejiBHoe wcjo paKexi, H3- 

o^na sa apyroio. 
, COBOKI. 
/r jKecxjraKa, Kapie^B si, 



Kapieinaa /T. 

Kopof5ica. 



HJIH 6aHKoro cnycKHoft 



najiy6"oic> 



CSoieHOK'B ct 
nopoxoMt, jjia ayiraaro c6epe- 
ateHia cero nocjit^Haro. 

BOKpyrt IIOMUH. 
PaKeieaa 
PyjieBoft 



rpaHaia; 
KapieiB, mpannejieBa rpanaxa. 

KjiaCTB BT> 



niHHy sa EOJieco. 



csepxy. 

, 6iryHt, 



MopaKt, Mopcnaa co6aita. 



i;eMeHTaiu'a 
HHX-B Bemefi (BI aseatsHOMi. amHfffe 

CT> yrOJIBHHMl HOpOniKOMTi HJIH 

Bit TyryeHOM'B EOTii ci 

H noci'BsyKiiiaa aa itm. aaKaJ 

9TOTI HJIH KOTCJIl, 
* 



Casemate. 



116 



Cast. 



4468. Casemate, s. 

4469. Caserne, S. 

4470. Cashier, v. n. 

i47l. Cashiering, s. 
4472. Casing, s. 



4473. casing for cylinder, st. eng. 

4474. casing for funnel, st. eng. 

4475. Cask, s. 

4476. bottom, cantle and middle 
pieces of a cask. 
cask-bridge. V. bridge, 
cable-cask. V. cable. 

4477. cross-bar of a cask. 

4478. lo drive on the hoops cf a 
cask. 

dry cask. 

cask filled with combustib- 
les for defence of a breach, 
etc., art. 

cask for glazing and rolling 
powder, arl. 

4482. head of a cask. 

4483. to head a cask. 

4484. to new-head or bottom a 
cask. 

448j. cask stave. 
4486. to slave or unhead a cask. 
ii87. vacant space uaderthecasks, 
in a snip's hold. 

4488. water cask. 

4489. wood for casks. 

4490. wood for heading casks. 

4491. Cask, v. a. 

Casket. V. gasket. 

4492. Cast, p. 



cast, back or chain of lea- 
den balls. V. back. 
cast of the lead. 
to make a cast. 
cast v. a. and n. 



4i94. 
4493. 



to cast anchor. V. anchor. 

4496. to be cast away. 

4497. lo cast down. 

4498. to cast from the bottom of 
Hie mould, lechn. 



4499. to cast goods over (he board. 
-4.>00. to cast metal in bars, techn. 
4501. to cast off. 



casemate,. souterrain, gueule droite, 
flanc bas. 

caserne. 

casser, desappointer, destituer, de- 
mettre, congedier. 

casse, cassation, destitution. 

couverture, etui, fourreau, revete- 
ment, cantalabre, chambranle, 
chemise, enveloppe, entourage, 

, cage; botte. 

Chemise du cylindre. 

chemise de cheminee. 

baril, barique, tonneau, tonne, pie- 
ce, futaille, fiit. 

pieces, enfonc.ure. 



traversin . 

rebattre un tonneau. 

boucaut. 

tonneau meurtrier. 



polissoir, tonne-grenoir. 

fond. 

enjabler, foncer. 

renfoncer. 

bfturdillon. 

defoncer. 

peule. 

boute. 
futaillerie. 
foncailles. 

mettrc en barique ou en baril; em- 
bariller. 

jet, coulee, fonte, coulage. 



coup de sonde., 

faire une fonte. 

jeter, couler, fondre; jeter en mou- 
le ou en fonle; darder, lancer, 
terrasser.dejeter, se dejeler, abat- 
tre, faire son abattee. 

s'echouer. faire noufrage, se per- 

dre, etre jele sur la c6le. 
abattre. 

couler a siphon. 



faire le jet. 

je'er les metnux en rayons, 

!ar:uer, demarrer. 



npiiroTOBjieiiHuft wa. u,e- 
asbiBaeTca caschar- 
dcnlng box or pan (paquet). 



Kasapua. 



OSncua, o6miiBKa, OKJiajti; Kopnycii; 



napOBaro n,Hjimjpa. 
y JIKIMOBOH ipyCH. 



H np. y 



CO^IKH. 
Ha(5nBaTb oGpyin y 

Cyxapnaa 



ooHKa na nopoxOBaxt 



JI.HO 

BcxaBHTb BI yiopu ,3,110 CO^KII. 
noBoe ano BT> 



jiomeiKH, 
JHO OTI> SOHKII. 
HycToia no^t. BO^HUML 



, JOCKII na 6oiiiH, jiajii.e. 
Jltcf. ^.ia ^H 

B7) 



HycToia, jnieifHaa ^opua, Co.i- 
no,T6JB, AepeBaraKa; .IHT- 
Myrynna/i IMII 
.ia OT-iHBaiua 
anite. 



Bpocaeie .iora. 

IIpOlISBO-lHTI. 

KH^TL, Cpocait, sieiaTL; 



CpociiTt, cBa.iiiTL na ceCa; 
Tb; yKJOKatbca no^t 



BlJTB GpOffleHHHJll, Ha MCJIt, CHC- 



yBajiim,c,i 

OTT> Biipa. 
DpOHSBO^HTB Jinite 

ciiijjona, Taia> HTO^H ^opua aa- 



ea 



Bfif>pacbiBaTi) TOBnpM ^ 



onycTiiTb, ipaBHTb, cny- 
,, HJTH Bi GannxarB, 

OIUBapTOBHTbCa. 



Cast. 



117 



Casting. 



4o02. to cast off or to east loose 
the guns. 

4503. to cast off the long boat's 
painter. 

4504. to cast off a point. 

4505. to cast off the topsail sheets. 

4506. to cast on a core, techn. 

4507. to cast a point in traverse 
(to prick a chart), obs. 

4508. to cast solid, techn. 

4509. Cast, part, and adj. 

4510. A cast away sailor. 

4511. a ship cast away, 

4512. cast-iron, tech. 

4513. annealed cast-iron or mal- 
leable, techn. 

4514. carburetted cast iron, techn. 



4515. grey cast iron, grey metal, 
foundry iron, foundry pig, 
techn. 

4516. lamellar, lamellated or folia- 
ted white cast-iron, techn. 

4517. cast-iron saturated with car- 
bon, highly carbonized or 
super-carbonated iron (cal- 
led by the workmen kishy 
iron), techn. 

cast-iron ware. V. castings. 

4518. white cast-iron, forge pig, 
forge iron, white iron, techn. 
cast steel. V. steel. 

4519. ship cast to starboard, to 
port. 

4520. cast the wrong way. 

4521. Castigate v. a. 

4522. Castlgatlon, s. 

4523. Casting, s. 



4524. casting anchor. 

4525. chill casting. 

4526. to chip, dress or trim cast- 
ings, techn. 

4527. fash of a casting, techn. 



4528. flaw in casting, techn. 

4529. casting from the bottom of 
the mould, techn. 

4530. casting guns, art. 

4531. casting house, techn. 

4532. iron castings, techn. 

4533. casting ladle or spoon. 

4534. loam casting, loam moul- 
ding, techn. 

4535. casting mould, techn. 

4536. casting on a core or hoi 
low, techn. 

4537. rough casting. 
4537 s sand canting, lechn. 



demarrer les canons. 

arguer 1'amarre de la chaloupe. 

arguer une garcette de ris. 
demarrer les ecoutes de mine, 
couler a creux ou a noyau. 

ompasser la carte, pinter. 
ouler plein. 

ete, cou!6, dejete. 

un matelot naufrage. 

batiment naufrage, perdu, brise ou 

jete k la cote, echoue. 
bnte, i'er de fonte. 
bnte tendre. 

bnte carburee. 
fonte grise. 

onte blanche lamellaire. 
bnte surcaburee, fonte noire. 



fonte blanche, fonte dure. 

vaisseau abattu sur tribord, sur ba- 

bord. 
abattu sur le mauvais bord ou le 

mauvais cdte. 

chatier, punir, corriger, epurer. 
bailment, punition, correction, 
fonte, jet, coulage, coulant, mou- 

lage, bolte; abatee, action d'a- 

battre; objet en fonte coulee, 
amarrage. 
coulage en coquille. 

ebarber les objets moules. 
bavure, couture ou toile d'un jet. 



soufflure de fonte. 
coulage a siphon. 

fonte de canons, coulage de bou- 

ches a feu. 
fonderie. 

fers coules, ouvrages en fonte 
cuiller, puisoir, poche a couler. 

moulage en terre. 

forme a couler. 

coulage a noyau, fonte en creux. 

ravalement. 
moulage en sable. 



PacKplimxB opyji/i. 



oxjaxB ceseet. 
Mapca-niKOTH. 

[IpOII3BO,IHXB JIIXBe CO 

(HJII ct> roxoBUjn, K 
npo.i03-,nxB uiicTo na Kapxi. 



BI (j>opny ci r.iyxHMi> 



JHTOM, BHJUITBIH, 
MopKi>, npexepntBinift KpynieHie. 
CyjiHo BBiGpomeHHoe na jie^B, npe- 
TepirEBmee B-pymenie. 



CB Co;iBmiiMi, upo- 
yne- 



TBCPJBIH 



poja. 

Ctpwu 



TeuHocipBift H.IH lepnufi lyryirB. 



IVl'VH-t . 



CyjiHO, naKpeHeHHoe na iipaByro HJH 

CTopony. 

BHTB HaKpeneHHBiui BI HeBBiroji;H.y 
cxopOHy. 



OxjiiiBKa, 



Bpocanie anopa. 

OxjiiiBita BI MexajuniecKyro 

OTjIHBKa CT) 3aKajOMl>. 

BaXB JHfflKH y JIIlXBlXt B6- 

me. 
IpeCeHB HJIH BOSBtinienie na OXJH- 

TOH BCmH Bl XOMT> MT>Cxt, F^t 



MBI. 

PaKOBiina, csnmi B-B OXJHXOH 

HpOHSBOaCXBO .1HXBH 

cn(})OHa. 
opyjiu. 



JBOpT>, JIIITeflHblff 



OXJIHXBIH B^ 4>opMy. 
nxa. 



$OpMOBKa, Ilpn KOTOp*OU 
3eMJI3HBIff. 



CKHXl CJIHXKOBT). 
HpOH3BOACXBO JIHXB3 CO 



ox.iHBKa. 
-O necoKi. 



Casting. 



118 



Catch. 



4538. waster or head on a casting. 



Cast-iron. Y. cast. 
Cast-steel. Y. steel. 
cast-work. Y. castings. 

4539. Casualty, s. 

4540. casualty return. 

1. casualties ot the sea. 

2. Cat, s. 

4543. cat and rack brace. 



4544. belay the cat! 
cat-block. V. block. 

4545. cat-fall or rope. 

4546. cat-gut. 

4547. cat-harpings or harpins. 

4548. haul away tbe cat! 

4549. cat-head. 

cat-head bracket. V. bra- 
cket. 

4550. cat-head supporter. 

4551. cat-holes. 

4552. cat-IiOOk. 

4553. hook the cat! 
4554: lower cat-harpings. 

4555. cat o'nine tails. 



4556. cat's paw or catskin. 

4557. cat's paw in a rope. 

4558. cat-ship or cat. 



4559. cat-tackle. 

4560. thieve' s cat. 



4561. Cat, v. a. 

4562. catadloptrlc light (in light- 
houses). 

4563. Catamaran, s. 



4504. Cataract. 
4565. Catch, s. 



45G6. catch-anchor. 
45G7. catch-bolt. V. bolt. 

4568. crooked catch, nippers or S. 

4569. catch of a door. 

4570. catch of a latch. 

4571. catch ot a lock. 

4572. catch pin, st. eng. 

4573. catch ring for crank shaft, 
st. eng. 



jet, coulee. 



accident, cas fortuit, contingence, 

hasard, perte. 

etat de la perte en tues et blesses, 
accidents sur mer. 
chat; fouet; capon. 

cliquet, declic. 



Amarre le capon! 

garant de capon. 

corde a boyau. 

tr&inguage des haubans sous les 

hune>, pantoquieres. 
hale sur le capon! 
bossoir. 



porte-bossoir, courbe d bossoir. 
ecubiers qui se trouvent au-dessus 

des sabords de retraite. 
croc de capon, 
croche le capon! 
trelingage de combat. 

fouet, martinet a neuf courroies, 
dague de prev6t, escourg6e, mar- 
telet. 

fraicheur, echars, petit vent; souffle. 

gueule dc raie, queue de raie. 
chat. 



capon. 

fouet pour les voleurs. 



caponner (1'ancre). 

feu caladioptrique (dans les phares). 

catamaran, radeau (detrois pieces), 
chelingue, maquois. 



cataracte. 

arr6t, arretoir; crampon, griffe; 
loquet, cliquet; dent; prise, cap- 
ture, butin. 



ancre empennelee. 

tourne a gauche, 
anneau d'une porte. 
crampon de loquet. 
auboron, picolet. 
aiguille de taquet. 

toe ou taquet d'un arbre en -vile- 
brequin. 



JTHTHHKB, CKB03B KOTOpUM <}>OpMa 

HanojmaeTca MeiajJiOMT,, a HHO- 
ria MeTaj.ii,, nanojaHBrniii JHT- 

HJIK-B H Bt HeiTB OCTHBUliH. 



CayiafiHocTB, 
CnncoKi> 



; noiepa. 



Ha 



HM/I cyjjea BI HopBeriii; 



TpemeTKa, panna (RjKm CT, xpa- 

nOBHMt KOJeCOMl), KJIK)1l Ct 



Kpinn K 



Koaianaa 

UjBH^-C 

noraejn> Hart! 



CanopTyct. 



Cionopa 
cpa;KCHifl. 

flCBflTH 



Ma.ioBf,rpie. PiiCnua na noBepx- 

HOCTH BO^M. 

HcTjifl, naKHHyTaa Ha raKi> tajiefi. 
Kari; cy^Ho BT, yno r rpe6jieHiH na 
ctBepi, KaKi TO: BT> HopseriH, 



fl HaKasaia BOPOBT,; ona 
HMtexi oOJiBme ysjOBt na XBOC- 



BpaTb 



na i:aTi>. 



JJIH nepesoaa TO- 
BapoBi, n iiaccannipOB-L BI THXoft 
Borf; BT, BOCTO'iHofi Hii^in; nepe- 

JI.1I1KH. 



CKOOKQ, npoCoS, HteafoHuft 

ueKOJ^a; san^nKa, Jia- 
-.Ka; ci;o6oiKa y jiBepefi, Bt 
KOTopyro BXO^HTI, KOHei;^ meKOi- 
^u; cnycKOBOft Kpio T ieKT> npii py- 
aseHHOMt saMid;; ji;o6H T ia ) 
PyceKi,. 



BopOTaa;Ka K 

CKo6'oiKa y jiBepeft. 

Ilpoftoft y in,eitojiji;u. 

CnycKOBofi KpioHeKi. 

Bantnita, najieu't, 9Kcn;eHTpHKOBaa 



Catch. 



119 



Cellular. 



i-'i" i. catch ring of excentric shaft, 
st. eng. 

4575. catch of a safety lock, m.o. a. 

4576. catch or trigger of a pile- 
driver monkoy. 

4577. catch for a wheel. 

4578. Catch, v. a. 



4579. to catch the breeze. 

4580. Catching, s. 

4581. Catenary, adj. 

4582. catenary curve. 

4583. Catenation, S. 
4581. Caterer, s. 

4585. caterer of a mess. 

4586. Catoptric, catoptrical, adj. 

4587. Cattle, s. 

4588. black cattle. 

4589. small cattle. 

4590. Caulk, v. calk. 

4591. Caustic, s. 

4592. arsenical caustic. 

4593. Caution, s. 

4594. command of caution. 

4595. Caution, v. a. 

Cavei, v. kevel. 

4596. Cavity, s. 

4597. Cease, v. a. and n. 

4598. lo cease firing. 

4599. cease firing! comm. 

4600. the wind ceases. 

4601. Cedar, s. (cedrus, pinus 
cedrus). 

4602. Ceiling. S. 

4603. compartenent ceiling. 

false ceiling. 

4604. the ceiling over and under 
the floor heads. 

4605. the ceiling and thickstaff 
scored into the timbers. 

4606. the celling and thickstaff 
placed next to the keel over 
all the floor timbers. 

4607. the ceiling and thickstaff of 
the Hour heads. 

4608. the Hour head ceiling. 

4609. to place the ceiling, to ceil 

a ship. 

4610. lo place the ceiling close to 
each olher. 

461 1 . to place the ceiiinghalf close, 
half open. 

4612. ceiling planks. 

4613. vaulted ceiling. 

4614. Celerity, s. 

4615. Ceil, s. 

4616. barrack celJ. 

4617. ecu of a galvanic battery. 

4618. Cellular, ship. 



toe ou taquet d'excentrique, bul- 

toir d'excentrique. 
loup, crochet, renard. 

declic. 

cliquet, alljuchon. 

engrener; cotter, gagner; prendre, 
saisir, attraper; accrocher, attein- 

dre, mordre, rencontrer. 
attraper ou gagner la brise. 
engrenage. 

cateniforme, de chaine. 
chainette. 
enchainement. 
pourvoyeur. 
chef de gamelle. 

catoptrique. 
betail, bestiaux. 
gros betail. 
menu betail. 

caustique, feu. 
pate arsenicale. 
avertissement, avis, garanlie. 

commandement d'avertissement. 

avertir , precautionner , prevenir, 
preinunir. 

event, .fouille, creux, cavite. 
cesser, flnir, discontinuer , achever, 

ter miner, tomber. 
cesser le feu. 

cessez le feu! a bas le feu! 
le vent cesse. 
cedre, bois de cedre, genevrier de 

Virginie. 
plafond, plafonnage, lambris, plan- 

cher en haul, vaigre, vaigrage. 
caisson. 

avant plancher. 

vaigres dessus et dessous les vai- 
gres d'empalure. 

vaigres endentees. 
vaigres du fond. v 



vaigres des fleurs. 

vaigre d'empature, bretonne. 

vaigrer le vaisseau. 

vaigrer en plein. 

vaigrer de demi en demi. 

vaigrage. 
voute. 

celerite, Vitesse, rapidite, prompti- 
tude, legerete. 

loge, cacliot, cabanon, prison, 
cachot a la caserne, 
cellule, case de range, 
navire a coque double. 



KpK>Hein>, npHKptnjiaeMijH KI, 

Hofi AOCKT, fljia yaepjEHBaida itypna. 
Panua (KJIIOMT, CT. 



3J- 



IIIflBJItKa, MOTHJ6BHH 

6eui. 
Coo6mHTB ayO'iaTwa Kojeca, COBO 



BOHTH BT, nojocy stipa. 
coBOKynaeHie. 



PeBII30pl>. 



PoraiBiii CKOTB. 
KpyiiHuft poraxHft CKOTI. 
MejiKift poraxBift CKOT7>. 



atryqee Bemecxso. 

jieneniKa. 
Ilpe,iynpea;ji;eHie npe 

npe^ocxepeHienie; ooesneienie. 
KowaHja iipejocxepeaienia (nanp, 
H3T. CyxxH BOHI, n T. n.). 

npe- 



, OCXaHOBIITB/OKOHHHTB. 



Bixepi, yxHxaexi,. 



; oCinnBHua JOCKH, 06- 
. 
HapH ,PH npOBiisin BT, Kopjiii (na 



. . 

06lUHBHI.ia JtOCKH Iia^T) H nO,IT> CB33- 

HUMII iioacann no cxMKa>ii mnan- 
royxa. 

JI;OCKH. 



- 6jma;aHinia. 



BepxHia oomuBHwa JOCKH. 

CfifiSHue noacH no cxHiiaMT, mnan- 

royxa. 
Ilpiai JHBaxB BnyxpeHHioK) 



CIIJOHIB. 
OCraiiBaxB co ciian,i>iMn. 

BHyxpennaa oumHBKa. 

CBOJII apoiHBifi, cBo^H. 

CKOpocxB, 6ncxpoxa, nocntuiHOCXB. 



Caxapen. 



TiopBMa, 
K.api^ep-B npn 
Kajiepa 



Cement. 



120 



Centre. 



4619. Cement, s. 

4620 

4621 



calking chisel (tool) for ce- 
ment. 
castiron cement. 



4622. hydraulic cement. 

4623. cement made of clay and 
dust. 

4624. Roman cement. 

4625. Royal cement. 

4626. strong cement. 

4627. Cement, v. a. 

4628. Cementatc, V. a. 

4629. Cementation, s. 



4630. furnace of cementation. 

4631. steel of cementation. 

4632. Cementing, s. 

4633. cementing chest or trough. 

4634. Centering, s. 

4635. centering or boring a gun 
upon an eccentric axis, art. 

4636. centering machine for ord- 
nance. 

4637. Centre or center, s. 

4638. centre of action. 
4639.. centre of attraction. 

4640. centre band spring, in. o. a. 

4641. centre of a bastion, v. bas- 
tion. 

4642. centre bit or centre bit 

whimble, techn. 

4643. centre-boiler, st. eng. 

4644. centre boss, st. eng. 



4645. centre for the core of a gun 
mould, lechn. 



4646. centre of displacement or 
cavity. 

4647. centre-finder. 

4648. centre of a fleet. 

4649. centre of friction. 

4650. from centre to centre. 

4651. centre of gravity. 

4652. centre of gyration. 

4653. centre of immersion, 
centre of buoyancy. 

4654. centre mark. 

4655. centre of metal of a gun, art 



4656. centre of motion. 

4657. centre of motion of a moun 
ted gun, art. 

4658. centre of oscillation. 

4659. centre of percussion. 

4660. centre-pin. 

4661. centre of pressure. 

4662. centre-punch, techn. 



ciment, paquet, cement, badigeon, 

mastic, 
ciseau a mastiquer, mattoir. 

:ement de fonte. 

pozzolane. 

:ement fait d'argile et de poussier. 

cement romain. 
icment des afflneurs. 
;ros blahc. 
imenter, affermir, purifier, join- 

dre ensemble, cemcnter. 
;ementer. 
ementation. 



burneau de cementation, 
acier de cementation, cemente ou 
factice. 

icmentation. 

;aisse de cementation. 

iintre, cintrage, centrage. 
decentrage. 

machine a centrer les bouches a feu. 

centre, milieu, cintre. 
centre d'action. 
;entre de gravitation ou d'attrac- 

tion. 
ressort de grenadiere. 



vilebrequin, trepan, meche, pofnte. 

chaudiere du milieu, 
renflement central, douille au mi- 
lieu du te. 

chape let. 



centre de deplacement. 

centreur. 

corps de bataille. 

centre de friction. 

de milieu en milieu, del'axe en axe 

centre de gravite. 

centre de rotation. 

centre d'immersion. 

coup de pointeau. 

ligne du milieu (situee dans le plan 
vertical passant par les points les 
plus eleves du bourrelet et de la 
plate-bande de culasse). 

centre de mouvement, point d'ap- 
pui. 

point, milieu de 1'as.e des touril- 
lons. 

centre d'oscillation. 

centre de percussion. 

goujon central. 

centre de pression. 

pointeau.. 



MCHXa. 
J,6MeHTT>, COCTOailUli 1131 

cipti H Hamaxtipji. 



a, KIITTT>, Macxima. 

nHCTpyMCHTB flJIJI Vft- 



HaCofiKa n3T> IMUHU ci yr- 



II KJ6K). 



Jieiajua 

CTBOMt. 

L'OPHO iJia ^eMeuTOBaHi^ 
iian 



Hanpaajeeie Kt uenxpy. 

CBepJiiBame opy^ia na 9Kcn,eH- 

TpHKOBOH OCH. 

MaraHHKa ?,jm cocpeAOXonema omn 
H3i> 



[Jempt npiixaaieHia. 






HJH raenaaa 



KOJIOBOPOXI. 
CpejiHiii 



IUH 



BT. cpejHHi, xojicxoxa 
no cpe^HHT, nonepen- 



IlepeKpecTte, HIK y^epaauia cep- 
jeiHHKa BI HafljeHtameMij noio- 
senin, iipn jmxbt opyfliS ct ro- 

XOIII.IMII i:ana.io.Mii. 



xpena. 
Oxi itenxpa jio itenxpa. 



Bpamenia. 



KepH^, 3HaKt Ha Beuni, 

mift ueHxpii OHofl. 
Tope.itHBiH nonci. 



II,eHxpi 



xowa onopH. 



E,eHxpi y^apenia. 

CepejHHHtiii 

Il.enxp'B 

BypaBi IM Haiaaa cBepjeak oxsep- 

cxift; fflHio, EOJIOBOPOTI,, uaBepx- 

Ka } ocxpie. 



Centre. 



121 



Chain. 



4663. centre of the sails. 
466i. centre Stock Or puppet, 
techn. 

4665. top of a centre bit. 

4666. centre of a wheel. 

4667. Centre, v. a. and n. 

4668. Centrical, adj. 

4669. Centrifugal, adj. 

4670. centrifugal action of the 
screw. 

4671 CercclotU, S. 

4672. Certificate, S. 

4673. certificate of the custom 
house, C. 

4674. extra master's certificate of 
competency. C 

4675. certificate of health. 

4676. medical or sick certificate. 

4677. certificate of origin. C. 

4678. seaman's certificate in port. 

4679. workman's certificate. 

4680. Certification, S. 

4681. Certify, v. a. 



4682. ceruse (white lead). 

4683. Cessation, S. 

4684. cessation of arms. 

4685. cessation of hostilities. 

4686. Chafe, v. n..and a. 

4686. the cable chafes. 

4687. the sea chafes, begins to 
chafe. 

4688. the waves chafe against or 
with the shore. 

4689 the wind chafes the ocean. 

4690. Chafed, adj. and part. 

4691. Chafery, s. techn. 



4692. Chain, s. 

4693. Chains. 

4694. chain, back or cast of balls. 
4694 s bellows chain or rod, techn. 

chain-bolts, V. bolt. 

4695. bracing or packing chain. 

4696. breeching chain, art 
chain bridge, v. bridge, 
buoy chain, v. buoy. 

4697. capsquare chain, art. 



4698. keep-chain, art. 

4699. chain leader and follower, 
in surveying. 

chain ferry boat or steam floa- 
ting bridge, v. ferry-boat. 

4700. link of a chain. 

4701. chain lock, m. o. a. 



centre de voilure ou point velique. 
poinle de tour. 

meche. 

centre d'une roue. 

centrer, concentrer, mettrc, placer 

au centre, faire centre, 
central, place au centre, 
centrifuge, 
action centrifuge de l'he"Iice. 

toile ciree, sparadrap, ciroene. 
certificat, attestation, exlrait, brevet, 
certificat de franchise, acquit a 

caution, 
certificat de capitaine postiche ou 

d'aide-capilaine. 
lettre de sante. 
certificat medical ou d'officier de 

sante. 
certificat d'origine. 

bulletin. 

certificat d'ouvrier. 

certification, certificat, passeport, 
avis, avertissement. 

certifier, attester, assurer, decla- 
rer, notifier, faire savoir, don- 
ner avis de. 

ceruse, blanc de ceruse ou de 
plomb. 

cessation , relache , interruption , 
discontinuation, suspension. 

armistice d'armes, treve. 

cessation d'hostilites 

chauffer, s'echauffer, frotter, s'e- 

railler, user, raguer, ecorcher. 
le cable rague. 
la mer s'irrite, commence a s'irriter. 

les vagues se brisent avee fureur 

contre le rivage. 
le vent irrite, souleve les flots. 
chauffe, frotte, eraille. rague, use, 

ecorche. 
chaufferie, allemanderie, fenderie, 

forge. 

chalne,cadene,enchainement, suite, 
fers de prisonnier, liens, esclavage, 

servitude. 
Y. back, cast, ball. 

tirant de branloire. 

chalne a breler. 
chaine de reculement. 



chalnette de la susbande. 



chatne d'enibrelage. 
deuxieme et premier aide. 



chainon, maille. 
platine a chainette. 



i napycHociH. 
Ea6na y TOKapnaro cranita. 



npOBepiHBau 
Orynnua. 
HanpaB.iaTB KT> ueuipy. 



BBHTS. 



Kjee'HKa. 
CB0;i i i;Te;i 
TaMoaiennoe 



na 3Baae 
raEHnepa. 

3,10pOBiH. 



CfiHJliiTeJlBCTBO 

cy/iea. 

IIOpTOBOe CBHjtTCJBCTBO. 

MaciepoBoe 



nOCTpOHEH 



HpeKpamenie, ocianoBKa. 
UepeMHpie. 



HpeKpamenie BoeHHuxi> 
IptiB, narpiuaTB; ropaiHTB; ie- 
peiBca, 



BOJHCHie. 

BOJIHH pasfiHBatOTCfl 061 6eperi>. 
Bojmeme. 



Btiept 
B3BO.iHOBaHHHH, 

peTepmft. 

IopHi> jia HarpiBaniH 
sasoni jua. 



, ne- 



OKOBH. 



puiara y paajiyBaiBHaro nixa. 



6pBOKT>. 



ninoiKa j| 
(OROBRH y aat^exa, no- 
nant}u opyiia). 



BT. uiiiH n cjTEjiyionu'fi 
sa HHin> npn MOpcKO/t onnca. 

SBCHO, i^nHoe sseao. 

iaMOKi,, KOioparo xo^t 
nocpejcTBoiiT> utno^KH 

CT, KOpOlBKOMi 60CBOH 



Chain. 



122 



Chamfer 



4702. locking chain book, art. 
1703. chain locker and tanks. 

4704. long link chain. 

4705. machine for bending chains. 

4706. main chains. 

4707. chain maker. 

4708. measuring chain. 

4709. mizen chain. 

4710. pendant chains. 
chain-pipe, V. pipe. 

4711. chain moulding. 

4712. chain or channel plates. 

4713. chain-pump 

4714. shank painter chain. 

4715. chain shot. 

4716. short link chain. 
chain-slings, V. sling. 

4717. Stop chain, chain-stopper. 

4718. stud link chain. 

4719. chain timber. 

4720. top chains. 

4721. chain wale or channel, 
main chain wales. 

v. main chains, 
chain-well, V. well. 

4722. chain-work. 

4723. Chaining, S. 

4724. Chalque, S. 

4725. Chalders, v. rudder bands. 
4726- Chaldron, S. 

4727. Chalk. 

4728. chalk line. 
7729. lump of chalk. 

4730. to mark with a chalk line. 

4731. chalk pit, techn. 

4732. red chalk. 

4733. stroke with a chalk line. 

4734. Chalk, v. a. 

4735. to chalk out. 

4730. to chalk with a line. 

4737. Chalky, adj. 

4738. a chalky cliff. 

4739. Challenge, s. 

4740. Challenge, v. a. 



4741 . Chamade, s. 

4742. Chamber, s. 

4743. breech with a chamber (pa- 
tent breech). 

4744. conical or Gomer chamber. 

4745. cylindrical chamber. 

4746. chamber of a gun barrel, art. 

4747. chamber plug. 
chamber of the pump, V. 
barrel of a pump 

4748. small cylindrical chamber 
in heavy guns. 

4749. spherical chamber, art. 

4750. steam chamber, chest or 
room. 

4751. chambered gun, art. 

4752. Chamfer or chamfret, s. 



clef. 

Chaine des godets de cure mole. 

chaine a longues mailles. 

tambour. 

grands porte-haubans. 

mailler, chainetier. 

chaine d'arpenteur. 
porte-hauban d'artinion. 
grosses chaines d'amarrage. 

moulure a la chaine. 

chaines de hauban. 

pompe a chapelet. 

serre-bosse. 

ange, boulet rame. 

chaine a courtes mailles. 

chainette d'arret. 
chaine a mailles ornees. . 
enchevetrure, lien, noeud. 
chaines des basses vergues. 
porte-hauban, ecotard. 



enchainure. 
enchainement. 
petit navire. 

chaldron, charrelee de charbons 

(36 boisseaux ou 12 sacs), 
craie, marne, blanc. 
cordeau, ligne, fouet. 
pain de craie. 
tringler. 

mine de craie. , 

craie rouge, sanguine, arcane, 
rameneret. 
calquer. 
tracer, 
tringler. 
de craie. 
rocher de craie. 
appel, defi, cartel. 

rcclamer, exiger, sommer, com- 
mander, revendiquer (crier qui 
vive! reclamer le mot de rallie- 
ment); provoquer, defler, appeler 
en duel, neler.arreter par lequi vive. 

chamade. 

chambre. 

culasse chambree. 

chambre conique ou de Gomer. 
chambre cylindrique. 
tonnerre. 
culasse a dez. 



porle-feu. 



chambre spherique. 
chambre de vapeur. 

canon a chambre. 
chanfrein, biseau, cannelure. 



ame.iKa, KpioKt ct 
Il,tiH>, cBasuBaiomafl ^epnaim sejue- 
lepiiaxeitHOH jtainHHU. 

IJillt CT> npOflOJirOBaTMMlt SBCHLflMH. 

CxaHOKi, ^jacrH6aHia irfcnuaro s 



H-EIIHOH Macxepi., KOJH>iya;nHH aa- 

cxept. 
Mtpnaa uint. 

pycjieHH. 

ninn. 



Baiixi> -nyxencu 
KeTeHci-noiina, 
I^inB pycTOBa. 

U.'BnHOe /IlpO, KHHUC.5L. 

KopOTKO-3BeHna'fl n,tni>. 



Il.'Biib ci yKpamenHiijin 3BentflMH. 

CB33HOC SpCBHO. 

Boprn HiiaiHHxi pett. 
PycaeHH. 



paCoia 
Cn,tiueHie, 
He6o.ii>moe 



IIpoj;aH;Haa Mipa 

12 Mt,niKOBl>. 

Mt.ii,. 
Mtjoui 



yr.ia: 



OlClIT!. 



Kpacnuii 
OiOnBanie 

Mt-lHTi. 



innypitOMi. 



JIIICT., iit>JOBaa co-ia. 
BLISOBI,, TpeCoBaaie, Buaopii Ba 

noejuiHOKi, nepeKJtiiHKa. 
Bo36ya;iaTi,, BusHBaxt, OTBeprait. 



, o3HaiaiomiM TOTOB- 



Kasiopa. 



<iacib CT, KaMOpoio. 



HJH FoMepoBa Kaaopa. 

Kauopa, 
Kasenuaa 'lacit. 
C*epn'ieci;aa OKOHCHHOCTII 



KaMopa: HeCojitmaa Ka- 
uopa, ^HBinaji no^ixn y sctxi 
cxapiiHHUX'L x/isejuxT. opy^iw. 



Opyjie CT> Kanopoio. 
KocHHa, KonHHeci;aa 
CKocna. 



Kpana; 



Chamfer. 



123 



Chaplain. 



4753. Chamfer, v. 3. 



475i. chamfer-clamp, techn. 
4755. ChamTered. 

4736. chamfering hammer, techn. 

4757. * ha in pa us. 

Champer, v. chamfer. 

4758. Change, s. 

4759. change of the tide. 

4760. Change, V. a. 

4761. to change a birth. 

4762. to change front or position. 

4763. to change saddenly and 
often. 

4764. change the mizzen! 

4765. the wind is about to change. 

4766. Channel, S. 



channel of a block, V. block. 
4767: breadth of a channel. 

4768. the British channel. 

4769. channel or drain for melted 
metal, techn. 

4770. to enter a channel. 

4771. evaporating channels, techn. 



4772. channel-fleet. 



4773. channel gate or runner in 
a sand mould, techn. 

4774. main channel. 

4775. narrow channel. 

4776. channel plate or plug of a 
furnace, techn. 

4777. channel of a river. 

4778. channel of the stem and 
sternpost. 

channel-wales, v. chain- 
wales. 

4779. channel of a water wheel, 
techn- 

4780. Channel, V. a. 

4781. Chap, s. 

4782. chap or chap of a vice, techn. 

4783. Chape, s. 

4784. chape of a scabbard. 



4785, Chapel, v. a. and n. 

-. 

4786. Chaplain, naval, S. 



chanfreiner, canneler, couper en 
biseau, delarder. 



mordache a chanfrein. 

taille en chaufrein, en biseau. 

marteau a biseau. 
champans. 



changement, conversion, rechange. 
changement ou relour de la maree. 
changer, alterer, virer, echanger. 
relever 1'ancrfr. 
changer de front, 
echarser. 

change 1'artimon! 

le vent va changer. 

canal, chenal, lit, passe, evitee, de- 
troit, gorge, bouque, pertuis, 
friou, conduit, goujure, rablure, 
goulotte, goulelte, anglet; porte- 
hauban. 

evitee. 

La Manche. 

conduit, rigole, coulee. 



emmancher. 
aspiraux. 



flotte anglaise qui croise dans le 
canal de la Manche. 



jet. 

cordon, grand porte-hauban. 
pas. pertuis, coureau. 
6cluse, poire. 

lit. 

jarlot, rablure. 



cpursier. 

canneler, creuser, sillonner. 
fente, crevasse, gercure. 
machoire d'etau. 
chape, attache, beliere, crampon, 

bout, bouterolle. 
bout, bavette. 



faire chapelle, se laisser coifler. 
prendre vent devant. 

chapelain, aumonier. 



YTOHHTB, cKaniHBaiB, CIUTB <J)acity, 

IIpHTa'IHBaTB, npIITHpaiB KOCHHy 

y KpaHOBi, KJianaHOBt H np. ; 
oCiecaTB, pKpyuHTB ociptie Kpaa 
HJIH you.' 

Kocua ryGii y KJiem,eii. 
xecaHHtifi no yuan!,, 

yTOmeHHBIH, npHTOHCHHUH. 

MOJIOTOICB, ynoTpeCuaeiiHH fljia BH- 



: He6oai>nii/ i i 



EepeuiHa npHjmna H 

H3MtHIITb. 

nopt. 

(Jtpoiixi HJIH uosniu'ro. 



o 

B 6H3aiib na 
pcey! 

X016T1. 

npojHBT,, pyc.io; K 

; (|)apBaTepT>; 

BHHTOBHH 



HpocTOp-b, 

& iisBopoTa Kopa6.ia. 
KaHa;n., JlaiiaHiiii. 
Illnypi: upo^ojiroBaroe yr.iyf5jieHie 
BI> inaxTHoft iieiii, cooCmaioineeca 

C-B BHnyCKHMM'B I'His^OMT,. 

BOMTII B-B KaHa.iT>. 
Bosjiyxii BJIH oTflymnnH BI> citnaxi, 
njiaBHJiBHBix'B neiefi ^jia Bijxo,i;a 

CUpOCTH. 

nocToanno Boopy? 
aHr.iiftcKaa acKa^pa, nja- 
BaK)iu,aa BT. AHr.iiftcKOM'B Kanajit 
y loajHuxi. 6eperoBB Be.niKoCpn- 



JHTHHKT,, CKBOSB KofopHfi 
HanojHaeicfl 



npojHB-B H.III 

HJLII saTBOpi -BT) neiii. 



Pycjo BOioji,McTByioiii,aro Ko.ieca-. 



Ci;o6a, npoftwa; 



KoxaHofi iioatHH (ca- 
6ejiBHOH, ranaaiHou H.IH UITBIKO- 
BOH). 

Bopo^axBca KpyroMi, iftiKT, fjuBaeTi. 
npn THXOM'B Btipt, ma BT> Ceft- 
, He 6pacona pen. 
na KOpai5.TB. 



Char. 



124 



Charge. 



Queen's Regulations and the Ad- 
miralty Instructions Ch. VI 
III, 5. Ch. YII II. t. 
19. Ch. VIII III, 13. Ch. 
XII, 1. Ch. XXXIH, 1. 1. 
II, 1. Ch. XXXIY. 8. Ch. 
LI. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 
Appendix. 

4787. Char, s. 

4788. to draw the char. 

4789. Char, v. a. 

4790. to char in pits, 

4791. Charcoal. 

4792. animal charcoal, bone black. 

4793. charcoal burner. 

479i. cylinder-charcoal, cylinder 
burnt charcoal. 

4795. charcoal dust, charcoal 
powder, charcoal dl'OSS. 

4796. ground charcoal. 

4797. half burnt charcoal 

4798. charcoal heap. 

4799. charcoal hook or rake. 

4800. the inner or centre char- 
coal of the heap. 

4801. charcoal pile. 

4802. pit burnt charcoal, pit char- 

coal. 

4803. charcoal pit. 

480 i . the pounded charcoal, ground 
charcoal. 

4805. charcoal pulverised. 

4806. Charge, s. 



4807. blank exercise, charge, art. 

4808. blasting charge, art. 

4809. breaching charge, art. 

4810. bursting charge, charge of 

bursting powder for shells, 
bursting powder, art. 

4811. to draw the charge, art. 
exercising charge, v. blank 
exercise charge. 

4812. full or service charge, art. 

4813. the greatest charge, art. 

4814. charge or heat of a pudd- 
ling furnace, techn. 

4815. charge of a mine. 

4816. practice charge, art. 

4817. proof charge, art. 

proof charge for mortars 6r 
for the greatest range. 
V. the greatest charge. 

4818. to ram down the charge of 
a firelock, art. 

4819. to ram home, to set home 
the charge, art. 



Decret sur le service a bord des 
bailments de la flotte du 15 aout 
1852. litre XI art. 592596. 



ouvrage journalier, tache; charbon. 
tirer, barker le charbon. 
charbonner, reduire en charbon, 

carboniser. 
carboniser dans les fosses, 
charbon de bois. 
charbon animal, noir animal, 
char bonnier, 
charbon de cylindre distille dans 

des cylindres en fonte de fer. 
poussier de charbon, brasque, char- 

bonnaille. 
aigremore, charbon pile". 

fumerons, brulot, flambart, flame- 

ron. 
meule. 

croc. 

coeurs (chBrbons qui sont au cen- 
tre de la meule). 

fourneau. 

charbon obtenu pour la carbonisa- 
tion dans des fosses, charbon de 
fosse. 

charbonniere. 

poussiere de charbon, poudre de 

charbon, charbon pile, 
charbon pulverise. 

charge, cartouche, attaque, fardeau, 
emploi, commission, emmiellure. 



Charge a poudre, d'exercise ou sans 

balle. 

charge du petard, 
charge renforcee. 
charge de poudre des projectiles 

creux. 

decharger, desarmer. 



charge entiere, pleine ou de guerre, 
charge a chambre pleine. 
charge d'un four a pudlage. 

morle charge, charge de mine, 
charge d'ecole. 
charge d'epreuve. 



bourrer la charge d'un fusil. 

refouler un canon, bourrer la car- 
touche, refouler la charge d'un 
canon. 



MopCKoft ycTaui Pasife III, 
sa XI, ex. 560568. 



nojeiinaa paooTa; yroju>. 
CounpaiB yrojb. 
OSaairaTt; nepeyrjinsaTt. 

06/KHraTB yrojiB BTS amaxT,. 
.UpeBecHtifi yrojib. 
3KHBOTHMH yrojib. 
YrojitmiiKi., yKjaaiHKi JTJH. 
,HpeBecHBiH yrojib, 



nasBanie yrjut, oCJpameH- 

Haro at nopoinoKi,. 
POJIOBHH, rojOBeniKu (^epeBO, HC 

coBC'EM'i. oCpaTHBiueecfl BT. 
Kyia JIPOBX, ^JIH npeBpamenifl 



KpioKT., KOiepra. 

ofipasoBaBiniaca B-B yrojii- 
Kyrax<B oxi> TEXT. jepOBBeBi,, 

KOTOpBIH IiaxOJHJIHCB B7, 

IleiB ^Jia at^eHia yrjia. 

YlOJB 1I3B RVU,. 



Mticio (BI. 



.Vnui,na;r 



rjri 



yrojib, oCpameuHtiii BI 
nopomoKi. 

rpysi; npHCMOipi, nopyne- 
uie; npHKasaHie, iiOBeatHie; 06- 
BiiueHie; nanajeHie; .HOJSHOCTB, 
IHHT,; sapajii; Ka.ioina onpe^i- 
jiennoe KoanieciBO pyjiw, 
ii yrjfl, Bcsinaeiaoe sa 
pasi BT> flosienHyio ne^b. 
YieCHHu sapa^^, XOJOCTOM sap/i^. 

3apa^T> iJi 



3apa^i, COCBOH 
Sapa^i. nopoxa BB nojinyio Kawopy. 
Ka.ioma. 

MHHHUH sapaji. 



ITocjiaib nsisn, BI CTBOJIB 

B, npHoHBaib, sociaTi sa- 



Charge. 



125 



Chasing. 



4820. reduced or small charge, 
art. 

4821. charge for ricochet, art. 

4822. saluting charge, art. 

4823. scaling charge, art. 

4824. second charge, art. 
4828. to take charge of. 

4826. to take a prisonner in charge, 

4827. Charge, v. a. 



4828. to charge a furnace, techn. 

4829. Charring, S. 

4830. cylinder charring. 

4831. charring in pits. 

4832. wood for charring. 

4833. wood pile for charring. 

483-4. Chart or sea chart, s. 
4833. globular chart. 
4836. hydrographic chart. 

483". Merca tor's chart. 

4838. plane chart. 

4839. to prick the chart. 

sea chart, v. chart, hydro- 
graphic chart. 

4840. selenographie chart. 

4841. Charter, s. C. 

4-842 charter-party, C. 

Mac. Culloch edit of 1859 p. 279 
282. 

4843. Charter v. a. 

4844. to charter on the bulk. 



4845. Chartered part. 

4846. Charterer s. C. 

4847. Chartering broker C. 

4848. chartering clerck C, 

4849. Chartometcr s. 

4850. Chase, s. 
bow-chase V. bow. 

4851. chase of a crossbow, m. o. a. 

4852. general chase. 

4853. chase of a gun, art. 

chase-gun v. bow-chase. 

4854. to leave off the chase. 

4855. chase-port. 

4856. spring or commencement 
of the chase, art. 

48o7. -Stern chase, art. 

4858. Chase v. a., give chase. 



4859. Chaser s. 

4860. Chasing, s. 

4861. chasing chisel, techn. 

4862. c>mfiig hammer, techn. 
(1^ chaxing stake, techn. 

486 i chasing tool, techn. 



charge faible, petite charge, 
faible charge pour le tir au ricochet. 

charge pour saluls. 

charge d'essai. 

recharge. 

occuper, prendre possession. 

arreter. 

charger, attaquer, donner, aborder. 



charger le fourneau. 

carbonisation. 

carbonisation par la distillation ou 

dans les cylindres. 
carbonisation dans les fosses, 
bois k charbon. 
meule a bois. 

carte, carte marine, routier. 

planisphere. 

carte marine, nautique ou hydro- 

graphique. 
carte reduite. 
carte plane ou reduite. 
compasser la carte, pointer. 

carte ou table selenographique. 
chartre ou chnrte, lettres patentes, 

brevet, privilege, droit. 
charte-partie, chartre. 

Code de Commerce, Livre II, litre 
VI, art. 273280. 

freter, affreter, noliser. 
freter cap et queue, en grand ou 
en travers. 

affrele, qui a un chartre. 

affreteur. 

courtier de nolissement. 

clerc pour les affrefements. 

chartometre. 

chasse, poursuite; vaisseau chasse". 

coulisse d'arbalete. 
chasse generate, 
voice. 



lever la chasse. 
sabord de chasse. 
naissance de la voice. ' 

canon de retraite. 

chasser, donner chasse, elargir, 

poursuivre,. briguer, courir sur 

un vaisseau; ciseler. 
ciseleur; vaisseau en chasse. 
ciselure. 

poingon a ciseler, ciselet. 
marteau a emboutir. 
tasseau. 
outil de tourneur, peigne, cisette. 



CjaCnit 
Bticxplua. 

sapa,TB. 



pnitoniexnaro 



ceCx pacnopaa;eme. 



BxopinHbift 

3anaxB, 

ApecxoBaxB. 

Harpya;axi>; aapaaiaxi,; o6pesteHax&, 
oxaromaxB; BCHiiaxt uajiouiy BX. 
flOMeHHyro neiB; KijaxB BHUTO- 
Byio HaptsKy H npennymecxBeHHo 



BcHnaiB Ka;iomy BI> joneimyK) neiB. 
JIpeBpamenie BT, yroii,, 
06yrjHBanie 
jiiipOBaHi/7 

eHie BT> yro.u BT> aiiaxi. 
x. upeBpamenia Bt JTOJ&. 
Kyia ^poBt ^.M npeBpamenia B& 

. yro.ii.. 

Kapxa, MopcKaa napxa. 
IljiaHnc(|)epa. 
rH^porpa^iiiecKaa, MopcKaa napxa. 

MepnaxopcKaa Kapxa. 
HJIOCKS.H Kapxa. 
IIoHKxnpoBaiB Kapxy. 



JlyHIIclH KclpTtl. 

Ipaaiaxa, xapxia; JiBroxa, JBroxnaa 

rpanaxa; ^oroBopt, KonxpaKxi. 
Cepxenapxia, u.epxenapxia, ^oro- 

Bopt o HafiJii KopoGjia. 
T. XI CB. 3aK. Ycx. Topr. Kmira 

III, Pas^ra II Tjasa VI ex. 

10001011. 

3a(|>paxxoBaxB, nanaxB cy^no. 
HanaxB u^Jioe cyj^HO, xai;i HXO 

jpyroft lie HMtexi npasa rpy- 
na nero xosapH. 



Ipy3Hxe.ii.. 



TpysoBoft KOMiincioHepi. 
;pa 



, npecji^OBanie; cy^no, 33 
KOxoptiM'i. ronaxca. 

y canocxpija (ap6aiexa). 
norona. 



opyjiH. 



noroHio. 

HoroHHuft nopxt. 
Haia.10 flyiLHoft iacxn. 



Pexiipaj;Hoe opyj,ie. 

sa, ruaxt; xpaBnxt; ie- 
; naptsaxB BHHTBI. 



Rt; ronain;eeca cy^uo. 
HeKanenie. 



; SGJOXII;O 
KojoxyraKa, jojdn 
HeOojtinaa 
MeTiHKi, 

XpeHHHXT> BHHXOBi; 

Kapnufi 



Chasm. 



126 



Cheer. 



486o. Chasm, s. 

4866. to fill up a chasm 

4867. chasse-maree, s. 



channel chasse-maree for 

fishing. 

4869. Chatte, s. a sort of French 
ship classed in the French 
Yeritas or Llovd. 



4870. 
4871. 

4872. 
4873. 

4874. 
4875. 
4876. 

4877. 
4878. 

4879. 
4880. 

4881. 
4882. 
4183. 

4884 
4885. 

4886. 
4887. 
4888. 
4889. 

4890. 
4891. 

4892. 

4893. 
489 i. 

4895. 
4896. 



4897. 
4898, 

4899 



4900. 
4901, 



Cheat or flo<: 
the watch. 
Check, S. 



the glass or 



Check alarum, 
clerck of the check. 

to experience a check. 
to keep in check. 
Check valve box, st. eng. 

Check, v. a. 

to check the bowline. 

to check the lee-braces, 
to check the cable. 

to check a rope. 

to check the ship. 

to check the velocity of a 

machin, techn. 

Checker, v, chequer. 

Cheek, s. 

cheek or afterpiece of a 

rudder. 

cheek of a balance. 

check-band, v. band. 

cheek or bill of a windlass. 

cheek of a block, v. block. 

cheek or bracket of a gin, 

art. 

breast of the cheek, art. 

cheek of an embraisure. 
cheek a gaff. 



checks of a gun carriage, 

sides, art. 

cheeks of the ship's head. 

check of a lathe, shear of 

a turning lathe. 

cheek of a mast. 

check-piece or cod of a 
musket stock, m. o. a. 

cheek of a pump. 

cheek or side-wall of a 

lock. 

cheek for the tumbler gud- 
geons of an elevating screw, 
art. 

cheek of a wear. 

Cheer, s. 



ouverture, vide, creux, abime, la- 

cune. 
lombler un vide ou une lacune. 

:hasse-maree. 



tiouri. 

chatte, espece de chasse-maree a 
fond un peu plat servant a la 
peche; se dit encore de divers 
bailments employes comme alle- 
ges ou comme barques-citernes. 

manger du sable. 

bride, frein; echec, eecousse; bor- 
dereau, contre-marque, contr61e. 

declic d'alarme. 

officier d'administration dans les ar- 

senaux de la marine, 
recevoir un 6chec. 
arreter, tenir en echec, retarder. 
boite de soupape d'arret. 



choquer ou donner un saul a la 

bouline. 

choquer les bras sous le vent, 
bosser le cable. 

mollir un amarre. 

retenir un vaisseau au mouillage. 

moderer la vitesse d'une machine. 



joue, flasque. 
safran de gouvernail. 

chasse de balance, 
clef, coite de vindas. 
echantignole ou hanche de chevre. 
partie avancee du flasque. 

joue. 

extremite superieure des jumelles 

laterales qui forment en partie 

le ton d'un mat. 
flasques de 1'affut. 

joutereau; jottereaux. 
jumelle . 

jottereau; filasque, calcet, jumelle 

ou gemelle de mat. 
joue, renflement, renfort de fut. 

lete de potence d'une pompe. 
bajoyer. 

crapaudine de 1'ecrou d'une vis de 
pointage. . 

joue de deversoir. 
vivat, salut de la voix. 



OxBepcxie, sapa; nponacxB, 
Cessna. 

EpHRpBIXB flblpy HJIH IIOnOJIHHXB 

nycToxy. 
Hlacc-B-Mape: xaKB Ha3BiBaK>xcn Ka- 

(5oxa;KHbie Jirorepa y CeperoBt 

EpexaHH. 
POST, jiorepa puGo.no^Haro. 

IDaxi: jirotepi) BB po^t macct- 
Mape. 



Bopo'iaxB cit.iaHKy xorja, n 
He Becb necoKi npomejii. 
; npenona; noxepa, 



HcnuxaTt neyjtaiy. 

J^epwaxb Bt, cxpaxt. 

ICopoSKa pa3o6mHTejii>Haro HJH CTO- 

nopnaro KJianana. 
3ajepaiHBaxb, yjepaHBaxi,; cxono- 

PHTB. 



3aiep;axs noABtxpeHHue Cpacu. 
HajioaiHXB cxonopa na Kanax't; cxo- 
nopHTB uanaxT,. 

uiBapxoBi. 

cy,i,Ha H3i iiopxa. 

CKOpOCXB MaiflHHbl. 



, cxannna. 
Ilepo y 



Uajii> y 

CxoHKa HJIH 6pyci y apxHJuepi&- 

CKOH nOJ'BeMHOH MaiHHHM. 

Hepe^Hafl HJH Jio6ofiafl lacit cia- 

HHHbl. 

UJ,eKa asiCpasypbi. 
BoKOBBie raKBaJbi no 06^ cxopona 
xona 



CnaMB xoKapnaro cxanna. 
na 



y JIOSH 
xa iacxB, BT> Koxopyro 

3aMOKT.. 

OnopHas TOiKa ptriara HOMIIBI 
Baaioftepi: 6oKj> nurosa. 

rafiKH no^ewHaro 



BOKI cnycKa HJIH 
cnycuania 

Ypa! 



(JVU. 



Cheers. 



127 



Chime. 



4902. lo give three cheers. 

4903. Cheer, v. a. 

4904. cheer up! 

4905. Cheering, s. 

4906. Chcerly, adv. 

4907. heave cheerly! 

4908. lower cheerly! 

4909. row cheerly in the boat! 

4910. Cheery coal. 

4911. Cheese 'couplin. 

4912. Chelinguc, S. 

4913. Chemical, adj. 

4914. Chemise, s. 

4915. Chemistry, chimislry. s. 

Chenevis, V. hemp. 

4916. Cheque, S. 

4917. chequer or checker, v. a. 

4918. Chequerwise, adv. 

4919. cherry-tree, s. (cerasus.) 

4920. Chess, s. 

4921. chess-tree or chestree. 

4922. hole of the chess-tree. 

4923. Chest, s. 

4924. ammunition-chest. 

4925. arm-chest. 

4926. blacksmith's tool chest, lechn. 

4927. cartridge-chest, art. 

4928. colour-chest. 

4929. hospital medecine-chcst. 

4930. chest of rockets or girandole, 
artif. 

4931. chest-rope. 

4932. chest-saw, techn. 

4933. sea-chest. 

4934. tool-chest. 

4935. IJp al chests! 

4936. Chief, s. 

4937. chief-cabin. 

4938. chief-command. 

4939. chief-engineer. 

chief frames of a ship, v. 
frames. 

4940. chief -oflicier of the yard. 

4941. chief of the staff. 

4942. Chief, adj. 

4943. Chill, s, 

4944. chin casting, techn. 

4945. Chili, v. a. 

4946. to chili the castings, techn 



4947. Chilled, part. 

4948. chilled rolls for tin plates, 

4949. Chilling, s. 

4950. Chime, or chimb, s. 



chime, v. chine. 

4951- chime-hoop. 



saluer de la voix. 

saluer de la voix, faire des accla- 
mations. 

courage! hardi! 

acclamation, applaudissement; salut 
de la voix, vivat. 

hardi! vivement! courage! 

vive hardi! 

amece tout plat ou en bande! 

rame vivement! 

charbon vif, flambant. 

embrayage a te, b fromage. 

chelingue. 

chimique, de chimie. 
chemise, chemise a feu. 
chimie. 

bon, mandat, assignation. 

marquer des carres. 

quinconce, en echiquier. 

cerisier. 

madder. 

dogue, taquet ou poliot d'amure. 

trou ou dogue de 1'amure. 

caisse, cott're, caisson. 

caisse a munitions. 

caisse d'armes. 

coffret de forge. 

caisson a poudre ou a gargousses. 
coffre de signaux. 

caisse de pharmacie ou de medi- 
caments, 
caisse de fusees. 

grelin de remarque en patte d'oie. 

especc de scie a main, qui n'a pas 

de dossiere. 
coffre de bord. 
caisson, coffret d'oulils. 
en haut tous les coffres! 
chef, commandant en chef, 
premiere cabane. 
commandement en chef, 
mattre mecanicien. 



oflicier en chef dans un port. 

chef d'etat major. 

chef, premier, principal, capital, 

souverain, supreme, 
morfondure, froid, frisson, 
coulage en coquille, 

glacer, geler. refroidir. rendre froid, 

transir. 
durcir ou blanchir la fonte , a la 

surface (par un refroidissement 

subit, apres avoir etc coule dans 

des moules en fonte). 
transi de froid, glace, ge"le, durci 

a la surface, 
cylindres a polir. 
trempe glacee. 
bord, extremite d'un tonneau; con- 

co'rdance, correspondance. 



sommier, dernier cerceau. 



ypa. 
HBte 
BocKamjaHie. 

iKiiBte, Becejrfce! 
Tflnn flpyjKHie! 
CnycKafi Becejiie. 



ipw paaa ypa! 

; nponpinaTb 



Cxoporopamift KaMeHHM yrojb. 
Myffvra, coc.nmiHTeJii.Haa 
o6ofiMa. 

: miocKoioHHoe CJAHO Ko- 
Cepera . 

XHMHieCKifi. 

Koaiyxt. 



accnrHOBKa. 



Bi> 

BnmeHHoe jiepeso. 
,3I,y6oBafr TOJiciaa 



CT. opyatieMi. 

C1> KJ'SHeiHHMl HHCTpyMCH- 



IlaTpOHHbI& 

fiKTi es cHrnajiaMH H ({)iaraMH. 
Meji;Hii,nHCKift 



Pyraaa 



HJIH paKeiHtift 



y 6aKniTOBHaro KOHii,a 
ii upii SyKc 



OapiniH HH?Kenopi> 



KairaiaHi 
HH 
ft, BBicmift. 



inoi> 
Ot.iHBKa BT> 



OcTya;aTi>, 



Bipyrt noBepxnocTi, MB- 

H OTJIHBK'L 



Yxopi; 



nojrapOBKH. 
nyryna. 

y Kpaa SOIKH Ha 

ea noBepxHocTH ina 
ea flHa. 



Epaflaaa 



Chimney. 



128 



Chisel. 



4952. Chimney, S. 

4953. chimney-back. 

4934. chimney-band or brace. 

4935. chimney-breast. 

,4956. chlmncy-COVingS. 
'4957. chimney-damper, regulator 
of a chimney. 

4958. chimney-draught. 

4939. chimney frame of iron. 

4960. chimney funnel or flue. 

4961. chimney-hearth or inner 
hearth. 

4962. chimney-hoop. 

4963. chimney-jambs. 

4964. chimney-mantel piece. 

4965. chimney-pot or top. 

4966. chimney-shaft. 

4967 . chimney-slab or outer hearth. 

4968. chimney-stack. 

4969. chimney-Stay. 

4970. chimney-sweeper. 

4971. chimney-table, lop or head. 

4972. chimney-throat. 

4973. chin-bolt, art. 



Chine or chime (part of a 
ship's water-ways). 
Chink, S. 

chinse, to calk in a tempo- 
rary manner, lightly, v. a. 
chinsing-iron, s. techn. 
Chip, s. 



chip-axe. 

chip from boring. 

chip-lap of the transom te- 

non, ait. 

metal-chip, techn. 



4975. 
4976. 

4977. 
4978. 



4979 
4980. 
4981. 

4982. 



4983. chip from ordnance, techn. 



chip -piece, 
piece. 
4984. Chip, v. a. 



v. chipping 



4985. to chip off, to chip off the 
rough. 

4986. to chip and trim a gun when 
taken from the mould or 
castings. 

4987. Chipping, s., 

chipping-chisel, v. chisel. 

4988. chipping hammer st. eng. 

4989. chipping piece, chip piece. 

4990. Chisel, s. 



4991. 
4992. 
4993. 
4994. 
4935. 
4996. 

4997. 



bolt-chisel, techn. 
chipping chisel, techn. 
cold chisel, techn. 
dog-leg chisel, leclm. 
large chisel, techn. 
little, small chisel or gr 
ver, techn. 
locksmith's chisel, lechn. 



chemine'e. 

plaque, contre-coeur de cheminee. 

tremion. 

coeur. 

voussure. 

registre de cheminee. 

tirage. 
embrasure, 
tuyau. 
grille. 

collier de cheminee. 

jambage, pieds droits. 

manteau, nolle cie cheminee. 

mitre. 

souche. 

dalle, plaque de cheminee ou de 

feu. 

corps de cheminee, 
elai de cheminee. 
ramoneur. 
tablettc, 
gorge, 
cheville a goupilte. 



partie de la gouttiere. 

fenlc, crevasse, gergure, 

calfaler, remplir d'etoupe une cou- 
ture ou fente. 

bee de corbin. 

copeau, planure, recoupe, decom- 
bre, petit morceau, eclat, echan- 
lillon. 

doloire. 

aissure, bachille, copeau d'alesoir. 

partie embrevee d'une enlretoise 
dans une flasque. 

bavure. 

baltilure, chapelure. 



buriner; hacher, couper en petits 

morceaux, faire des copeaux. 
deganchir, degrossir, debrulir. 

ebarber, decrotter une piece ou des 
fontes. 

rayure, cannelure. 



picoche. 
about de lole. 

ciseau, cisoire, bnrin, matoir, fer- 

moir, Ire" pan. 
langue de carpe. 
burin. 

ciseau a froid, tranche a froid. 
pousse-avant, butte-avant. 
ebauchoir. 



tranche!. 



Ilenaaa xpyoa, 



flaa KaMiiHHaro naBica. 
BunyKaaa cpe^iuia Kaiinimaro yi;pa- 



CBOJHKt. 

Sac.iOHKa, pemcxpi, 



Tara Bosxyxa BT, ^UMOBOH xpySit. 
x IyrynHaa CoKOBaa pawa. 
IUH KoaiiaK 
ptraeiKa. 

Byre.ii., HOHCOKT,, san-ie'iina y 

MOBOU ipyoti. 
CTOHKH. 

Ko3iyxi. H.IH KOJnaKi.. 
Ko.maKi, Hait iieiaoio 
xpyCa. 



Kaiuiua. 

Tpy6u. 



Kasieni.. 
H 

y 
H 
KaMimuaa 



6o.iTi> CT. 
na Bepxnein, Konut, noat KOTO- 

pUU HO^XOJIHTT, BajIIKT. HaiieTKH. 

Hapyainaa 



TpeiiuiHa. 

na CKOpyro pyKy. 



ci> sareyTUM't ocxpeMi,. 
xpyn;Ka; oCptsoKi; y(5ujii., 
y capita (iieiajjia), yrapx. 

Jl^O.luHJO. 

Cxpv/KKn oxi, CBepjenia, OHMKH. 
llliini. .ia({iexHon uo^yraKii, Bxojamift 

B'b nast, c^taauntifi BI cxaHnnt. 
HepOBiiocTii IUH sasyCpiiiiu no 

KpaaMt c-ioJianHaro jiexaxia. 
Kyco'iKii, Koxopue oxfiiiBaioxca 

KaiiHOio pa5oioK) npn 

niu Mexa.i.iHHecKiixi> 






, npiijaxb 



onpe- 



Biepn-B opyjie B.TII CHSTB 
Kopy, Koxoporo noBepxHocxi. ero 
noKtiJiacb nocji OXJIHBKII. 

pauoxa; xkxanie na uexaj- 
at naptsoBT, n.in yrjiy 



Moaoxi jaa cKoaaiHBanifl 
uacxpura, Kpafi, KpoMKa 

.nicia. 
r T,o.iOTO, cxaMecKa, syfiiuo, ptsaiti. 



Ocrpoe ^ojoxii,o y 
oyduo, npauoe naocKoe 



EoaLffloe soaoxo. 



Chisel. 



129 



Chops. 



1998. mortise chisel, techn. 
{999. paring chisel, techn. 

5000. rod chisel, lechn. 

5001 . round chisel or gouge, techn. 

skew - chisel , v. carving 
chisel. 

5002. smith's cold and hot chisel, 
techn. 

5003. smoothing chisel, techn. 

3004. socket-chisel, techn. 

3005. spoon chisel, techn. 

5006. stone mason's chisel, techn. 

5007. stubmortise chisel or old 
woman's tooth, techn. 

5008. turning chisel, techn. 

5009. chisel-work. 

5010. Chisel, v. a. 

5011. to chisel off. 
5011. chock, s. 

3012. chock and block, chock a 
block. 

5013. ebocks for the boat. 

5014. chock of the bowsprit, 

5015. cross-chock. 

3016. chock on the fore foot of a 
ship supporting the gripe. 

3017. chock of the partners of a 
mast. 

5018. Chock, v. a. 

3019. chock up. 

3020. Choice, s. 

3021. Choice, adj. 

5022. Choke of a rocket, art. 

5023. Choke, v. a. 

8024. to choke the bore or vent 

of a gun, art. 
3025. to choke a harbour. 
5026. to choke the hawse.. 



5027. to choke a rocket, fuse, etc. 

5028. to choke a harbour with 
sand. 

5029. Choker, s. 

5030. choker-lever. 

5031. Choking, s. arlif. 

5032. choking frame or press, 
artif. 

5033. choking line, choker or 
bridle for rocket-cases, artif. 

5034. choking the luff*. 

5035. Choose, v. a. 

5036. chop, v. a. and n. 



chop-sea, v. chopping sea. 

5037. Chopplng-board. 

5038. Chopping sea. 

5039. Chops, s. 

5040. chops cf a river. 



bedane, bee d'ane, tire-boucler. 
ciseau dont on se sert en poussant 

avec la main, 
ciseau a chaud, tranche, 
gouge. 

tranche a froid et & chaud. 

boe'sse. 

ciseau a un seul biseau. 

ciseau a deux biseaux, courbe" h 

I'exlremitS. 
riflard. 
guimbarde. 

plane. 

ciselure. 

ciseler, debillarder. 

decouvrir (le bois). 

cale, accore, tain, tin, coin, cabrion, 

chantier. 
ik joindre. 

chantiers de canot. 

clef de beaupre. 

accotar, clef, demi-varangue. 

safran de 1'etrave pour le pied du 

taille-mer ou de la gorgere. 
clef, entremise. 

caler, coincer, accoter, accorer. 
hisser a bloc. 

choix, alternative, elite, triage, as- 

sortiment. 

choisi, recherche, trje, d' elite, 
gorge, elranglement d'une fusee, 
etrangler. 
engorger. 

boucher un port. 

boucher 1'ecubier avec des paillet 

ou fauberts pour arreter le cable 

qui fuit. 
elrangler une fusee. 

ensabler, assabler. 

etrangleur. 
levier de cabestan. 
etranglement. 
etrangloir, bane ou tour a etran- 
gler. 
cordage a etrangler les cartouches 

elrangler le bout du palan. 

choisir, trier, cueillir, elire, faire 

choix. 
debillarder; ebaucher, elegir> esmi 

lier, hacher; changer, varier. 

tourner, sauler (en parlant du 

vent). 

hachoir. 

mer clapoteuse. 
bouche, gueule, machoire, embou- 
chure, 
embouchure d'une riviere. 



lIIiinoBoe sojioxo, cxaiiecKa. 
PyqHoe 30.10x0. 



a, syonjio. 

jtpyrjioe JOJIOTO. 



H.IH 3y6n.io; CoJBmia HO/K- 
xx oGptsuBaHia ateifea. 



ci> .pyjia yrjiyGjieiiiaim H 
CT, BornyxLiMi KOHII;OMI. 



C'raMecEa. 



a, KJIHHBH, nojnopa, nojcxaBKa. 
BJIOKT. ct CIOKOMI; 



BIOEH 
Cxenct 



nonepen, KHJIH no KOH- 



IlepxHepcKi y 



so Toro, HxoSn 6aoKH 
COUIJHCB. 
BtiCopi, Hsopanie; pasCJopi., ox6opt. 



IIIefiKa y paKexti. 

SacopHTi., saxKHyiB, sacnnaxB. 

Sacopnxt CTBOJit HJII saiiOKi. pyaiB^. 



HanojHiiTB 
oacxonopuxB 



y.KJiiosa. 



3axa0yxb HJIH GaxarnsaxB 

paKeiH. 
SacunaxB raBanB 

nexiH. 



SaiarHBanie pauexHofi TMBSH. 
3axaa;Hoft cxanoKt, cxaHoitt ^M 

saxarHBania naBsx.. 
ToHKaa BepeBKa iuai CnqeBiia p,nA 

saxa/EKii pai;exHQft nuBSti. 
SarnyxB xo^anifi KOHGII,!) cnacxn 

Messy 6JOKOHI H xaJiauH. 
BtiopaxB, ns^paxL, csiaaxB BLi6opi. 

Py6nxB, KOJIOXB; MinaxL, npoMi- 
HHBaxB; saxBaxuBaxB 
(roBOpa o Btxptj. 



; HCIOKI.. 



Iy6a; 
Ycxie 



Chops. 



130 



Circular. 



5041. vice-chops, tcchn. 



5042. Chorogrnphie,~S. 

5043. chronometer, s. (time- 
keeper.) 

5044. Chronometrlcal governor, 

st. eng. 

5045. Chuck, s. 

5046. boring or drill chuck, techn. 

5047. chuck of a boring machine, 

techn. 

5048. eccentric chucK, lechn. 

5049. elastic chuck, lechn. 

5050. flanch or prong chuck, 
techn. 

5051. chuck of a lathe, lechn. 

5052. oval chuck, lechn. 

5053. plain chuck, tcchn. 

5054. screw or die chuck, lechn. 

5055. chuck square, techn. 



5056. universal chuck, techn. 



5057. 
5058. 
5059. 
50(iO. 
5061. 
5062. 
5063. 
5064. 



5065. 

5066. 
5067. 
5068. 
5069. 



ChllSIl, S. 

Chiinani. 
Church, S. 

church beat or call, 
to beat Ihe church-call, 
church parade. 
church service, 
all hands rigg the church! 
Chimistry, v. chemistry. 
deling, v. ceiling. 
mi*, v. sills. 

Cinder, S. 

Cinder*, s. pi. 
cinder* poor in oxide, 
refilling cinders. 
Cinque-port'*, S. pi. 



5070. 



5071. 
5072. 

5073. 
5074. 

5075. 
3076, 



The Lord Warden of the 
cinque-ports. 

Queen's Regul. and Adm 
Inslr. Chap. Ill, V, 1. 
Cipher, S. 
Circle, S. 

circle-iron or punch . 
Circular, adj. 

circular sailing. 
circular saw. 



machoire, mordache d'un etau, 
pince en bois. 



chorographie. 

chronomolre, horloge marine, garde- 
temps, montre marine, 
regulateur chronometrique. 

mandrin, plateux, manchon, mou- 

linet. 

porte-foret, mandrin. ..." 
manchon. 



mandrin excenlrique ou a excen- 

trer. 

mandrin-brise. 
mandrin k pointes. 

mandrin a griffe, plateux. 

mandrin a tourner ovale. 
mandrin ordinaire, 
mandrin a vis. 

griffe, faux boulon, .carre du bou- 
ton ou de culasse. 



mandrin ou plateux universel. 

matelot, camarade, compagnon. 

chaux d'une espece particulicre. 

eglise. 

la priere. 

ballrc la messe. 

parade d'eglise. 

service ou office divin. 

tout le monde a placer la chapelle! 



cendre, frasil, scorie dc forge, es- 
carbillc, crasse, machefer. 

laitier, scorie. 

laiticr pauvre, scorie crue. 

scorie de forge. 

les cinq ports de VAnglelerre da 
cote de la Franco, savoir, Ddu- 
vres, Sandwich, Ihthe, Romney, 
Hastings, auxquels -on a ajoute : 
Winehelsea, Rye o! Seaford; cha- 
cun des cinq ports a le droil 
d'envoyer an parlement deux ba- 
rons; dans 1'origiiiO les cinq ports 
fournissaient a leurs frais un cer- 
tain nombre de vaisseaux de 
guerre. 

le lord des cinq ports. 



marque, chiffre, zero. 

cercle, rond, cir conference, cerne, 
assemblee. 

emporte-piece. 

circulaire, rond, en rond, cyclique, 
, en cercle, spherique. 

route du vaisseau qui se fait sur 
un grand cercle. 

scie circulaire, scie k lame circu- 
laire, scie roncie. 



BaoKa, 



THCKOBBIH ffl,eKH, HO- 
BI> THCKH, fljfl TOFO 

iTo6ti HC noBpejiHTi, 

KOTOpHH HMII 

Xoporpa<J)ia, onncaHie 



ypaBHETCJIB. 

, 6opo^OKT>. 



noiiepen. csepjia. 
Bafina nan rntsjio y cnepjujitnaro 
ciaHua, jua yiiptnjieHia TOH 

KOTOpVK) CBep.TaT1>. 

rntaflo. 



y TOKapaaro 



:- 



SaocipeHHoe 



Ba6Ka H.IH nifo^o 
ciaHKa. 



XBOCTI. njn leTHpexrpanHuft npn- 
JIHBT. caa^ii BHHrpa^a, ^jia yKpt- 
opyjija BI da6ixi HOT BT> 
cBepJiHJJi>uoft ManiHHM. 
nofitpKH njocKHxt no- 



PaKOBHnnaa HSBCCTL. 



Boft na MO.niTBy, 
BHTB na 



na Bepxi n,epKOBb 



3oja; y 



iiycopt. 



IUjiarT>, K 

so;ia. 
nijian>, 

nopTOBi) Anrjiia, co cxoponu 
4>paHJUH, a HM6HHO ,3,yBpi, CaH^- 
Binb, Xefi(j)7>, POMHCH, XecTHnrct 
i;i KOTopijwi npiicoe^HHjin BHH- 
lejjicn, Peft H CHiJiop^i; Kaatfluft 
H3T, HHTH noproBi, HMtert npaao 
nocu.iaTi) Bt napJiaMeuTii jisyxii 
fjaponoBi,; nepBoriaiajiBHO nep- 
BMe nait nopiOBt BOOpya;ajiH na 
CBOH CIOTT. iissicTHoe IHCJIO 

BOeilHHXl Cy^OBI,. 

nam noptOBi. 






Kpyri, noBepxnocTt Kpyr.iaa, OK- 



Kpyroof>pa3HUH, 

EpyroBoe 

Kpynaa 



Circumference. 



131 



Clang. 



5077. Circumference, S. 


circonference, circuit, contour, tour, 






perimetre, pourlour , enceinte, 






peripherie. 




5078. Clrcumferentor, s. SUr- 


baton d'arpenleur, double grapho- 


yooMtpnufi nncxpyiieHX'B. 


veyor's instrument for mea- 


metre, planchette, boussole. 




suring angles. 






5079. Circumgyration, s. 


mouvement autour d'un centre, 


Bpamenie BOKpyri uenxpa. 




mouvement d'un globe sur son 






axe, tournoyement, circonvolu- 


* " ; ; / ' . . ' ' 




tion. 




5080. Circumnavigate, v. a. 


faire un voyage de circumnaviga- 


ILiHXB BOKpyrt. 




tion. 




5081. Circumnavigation, s. 


circumnavigation, action de navi- 


ILnaBanie, nyxeniecxBie BOKpyrB. 




guer autour de. 




5082. circnmventor,s.: surveying 


baton d'arpenteur avec une bous- 


Yr.ZOM'EpHHH HHCXpyMCIirB CB KOM- 


instrument, having a com- 


sole au sommet. 


nacOMfc. 


pass-box at the top for ta- 






king angles 






3083. Cistern, s. 


citerne, bache, cuvette, fontaine, 


CncxepHa. 




reservoir d'eau, sus mobile, cha- 






riot, recipient. 




5084. feeding cistern. 


bache alimentaire. 


CHa(jjKamaa, nHxaxeiBHaa CH- 






cxepna. 


5085. Oil cistern. 


bache a huile. 


CHCxepna saa Macja. 


5086. small cistern. 


citerneau. 


He6o.ibiuaa cacxepna. 


6087. Clack, s. 


cliquet. 


TpemoiKa, panKa (luro^t ci xpa- 






nOBBIJIl) KOJieCOMl). 


5088. clack-box, st. eng. 


botte des soupapes, boile a sou- 


Kopo6i;a ct> luananaMH. 




pape. 




5089. lack-mill. 


cliquet. 


PaHEa, xpemoxKa. 


5090. clack-valve, clack-door. 


clapet, soupape de soufflet. 


EjiauaHT), BHca^ift EianaH-B. 


5091. Clack, v. a. (forge or over- 


forger, claquer, cliqueter. 


KosaxB, sasapHBaxB. 


reach). 






5092. Claim, s. 


demande, pretension, droit, titre, 


Tpe6oBaHie, BSBicKauie, HpexeroLr, 




chose demandee ou reclamee. 


npaso. 


5093, Claim, v a. 


reclamer, demander, sommer, pre- 


Tpe(5oBaxB, BsticKHBaxB. 




tendre a. 




5094. Clam, s. 


machoire d'etau, pince. 


KjiemH y xiiCEOBt. 


5095. \vooden clam. 


mordache, pince, tenaille d'etabli, 


^epeBanHHH XHCEOBHS meKH, no- 




tenaille & chanfrein. 


siiinaejiEifl BT. XHCEH, ^xo6n He 






noBpejuxB x4xx> Bemeft, Eoxo 1 






PB13 HMH OKHHiaiOXCK. 


5096. Clamp, s. 


clamp, emboiture, banquiere, ga- 


HaaiiiMi, CKoOa, cnpina; XHCEH. 




buron, jumelle, naille ou nave, 






etreignoir, jouet, equerre, ferru- 






re d'un affut. 




5097. beam-clamp. 


jumelle d'un bau. vaigre de pont. 


lilEajo uiiiiica. 


5098. chamfer-clamp. 


mordache & chanfrein. 


CiecanHBift E^aiicx., EOCHa ry0Bi y 


5099. clamp of a gun carriage, or 


plate-bande d'affut. 


IIo/icx. HJIII oSnasB (oEOBsa flja CKpi- 


cap-square, art. 




njiema) .iac{)exa. 


5100. banging clamp. 


galoche, taquet de fer. 


PHMT> H JH EOJIBH,O, npnjrfcjiaHHoe 






Et KOHii,y EaKoft Hn6y^B inxyun 


5101. clamp of a mast. 


collier. 


IIlKajio y MRHXH. 


5102. mitre clamp. 


assemblage a onglet. 


CoeiHHenie manoMX) co BDvSKom- 

J^J vitVAVj 






COe^HH6Bie JOCOKt B"B JCX. 


5103. clamp-nails. 


clous de jumelles de bau. 


FBO^H ,pa npHEOJiaHHEania: niKaji'B. 


5104. sloping clamp. 


pince en bois. 


JepeBaHHLie jaemc. 


5105. spring clamp. 


mordache. 


THCKH ex. npyaiHHoro. 


5106. square clamp. 


assemblage carre.. 


Ha6opEa, saMOKi EBa^paxHafi. 


5107. clamp or thick stuff of the 


vaigre, serre. 


BayxpeHnaa oCinHBHaa ^OCKE. 


ceiling. 






5108. Clamp, v. a. 


emboi'er, jumeler, acclamper, as- 


HajKiiMaxB, HaxarHBaxB. 




sembler, clamander. 




5109. to reclamp. 


remboiter. 


BnpaBHXB, BCXaBHTB, BHOBB yXB6p-- 






Jl,Iili>- | 


5110. to clamp a beam. 


jumeler un bau. 


HOJIO/KHXB niEaio na CHMCI. 


5111. to clamp a mast. 


jumeler un mat. 


HojoffiHxt niEaao na pefr. 


5112. Clamping, s. 


serrage. 


Hasaxie, Haxara. 


5113. Clang or clashing, s. 


cliquetis, bruit. 


3ByKi. 6pan,aHie; cxyKi OTT> opyak. 



Clank. 



132 



Clean. 



5114. Clank, v. a. and n. 

5115. Clap, S. 

5116. clap-board. 

5117. clap-sill. 

5118. Clap, v. a. 

5119. to clap on all sails. 

5120. to clap a purchase on the 
cable. 

5121. to clap a spring on the 
cable. 

5122. to clap ou the stoppers be- 
fore the bills. 

5123. clap on the fish! 

5124. clap on the cat fall! 

5125. clap on the main clew gar- 
nets briskly! 

5126. clap on there my lads! 
3121. clap a tackle on that main 

shroud! 

5128. clap on thick and dry! 

5129. Clapper, S. (of a bell.) 

5130. clapper of a door. 

5131. clapper of a mill. 

5132. clapper of a pump. 
Clashing, V. Clang. 

5133. Clasp, s. 



5134. 
5135. 
5136. 
5137. 

3138. 
5139. 

oliO. 
5141. 
5142. 



51 43. 
alii. 



door-clasp. 

clasp-hoops. 

clasp-knife. 

clasp-nails, 

nails. 

scuttle-clasp. 
Clasp, v. a. 



clasp-headed 



t la". S. 

ciassc, fleet of ships. 
Classification, S. (of the 

ships). C. 

Classify, V. a. 

claw, s. techn. 



5143. claw of a hammer, techn. 



5146. iron claw. 

5117. claw lever for timber, lechn. 

5148- ciaw olT, v. n.: beating to 
windward in order to ge' 
off a lee shore. 

51 i9. to claw ofl' the wind, to 
windward. 

5150. Clay, S. 

5151. tire-clay. 

5152. gun mould of clay. 

5153. Clean, adj. 

clean bill of heatlh, v. bill 

5154. Clean bottom. 

5155. Clean, v. a. 

5156. to clean a file, techn. 



onner, tinter, faire sonnerou tinier, 
attement. eclat, claquement. 
douvre, chanteau. 

U6C d'ecluse. 

attre, claquer, frapper. 

charger loules les voiles, 
itabllr la marguerite. 

mbosser, faire embossure. 
bosser le cable en avant des bitles. 

attrape le garant de candalette! 
atlrape le garant de capon! 
range a carguer' la grande voile! 

du monde la-dessus! 

'rappe un palan sur ce grand hau- 

ban-la! 
rappe doubles garceltes sur le 

tournevire! 

battanl ou battail d'une cloche, 
marteau. 

claquet ou cliquet. 
clapet. 

agrafe, etrier, fermoir, fermail, mo- 
raillon, auberoniere, virole, lo- 
quet, crochet. 

crochet. 

cercles a agrafe. 

iambette. 

:lous a tele piquee, clous a bar- 
deaux. 

loquel d-ecoulille. 

agrafer, allacher avec une agrafe, 
etreindre, embrasser, serrer. 

classe, rang, ordre. 

flolte. 

classification (des vaisseaux) p. ex. 
dans le Lloyd et autres Compa- 
gnies d'assurance maritime. 

classer. 

bras, patte, griffe, bee de corbin. 



panne de marteau, pied de biche. 



chenet. 
renard. 

s'elever, s'eloigner d'une cote. 



clever ou sourdre au vent, ranger 

le vent, 
argile, gtaise, terre glaise, lorchis 

pate de fourneau, pis6. 
argile refraclaire. 
chape. 

sain, pur, net, propre, blanc. 



carene netle. 
i.etioyer, torcher. 
degraisser une lime. 



SBOHHXB, 

Xjionanie, Tpeci;T>, yjapi. 

HJIH 6o^apHaa jocita EJIII 



lojHtiii npnfiop'B HUKSHBIXI BOpoxi. 
XionaxB, xpecKaxB, yjapaxt; sa- 



lanparaxB BCK> napycnocxB. 
xajii na itanaTi. 



no- 



cxonopa Bnepe^H 



na 
Ha rpoTa-miOBLi! 



li.ia,T.n 



, Cepn jionapt BX pyraf 
na axy rpoxi-saHTy. 



ccoim na Eadajiepit 



KOJOKOJia. 

MOJOTI y KBepeS. 

MeJitnnn,t. 



K-ianaat 



3acTe/nna, 

r;;i:inpaiiia; 



nacoca. 
KprnoEi 



Ouoihm. 
CKja^HOH 

llliiiuiue 



KOCTH.IBKH. 



luacci, 

4>.IOXB. 

Pacnpe^i-ienic, l 
^OBI> 
nanp 



, o6sBam- 



cy- 



K.ieniB3; ^OJIOXG CT> sarHyxUMB oc- 
xpieMi, M04oxT> ci. pacHenoiii 

Ha KOHU,t. 
BOH, HHffiHflH H.10CKOCXB MOIOXa 

HJH Moaoxua; xa TOCXB, KOXO- 
poio OHT. y^apaexii no OXKOBH- 
BaeMoS Beiu.ii. 
TaraHB, itaiiHHHHH xaram,. 

tifi KpioKi., ynoxpe6jaenafi 
BtirpysKn 



npoxnat Bixpa. 



Koaiyx-B, 



onpaxHBiH, 

EHJIBHUH. 

Hacxa.i noji;Bo,i,Haa 
HHCXHXB, BIJHHCXIIIB. 

OG'imn.aiB namuoEi,. 



, HapyatHufi ciofi 
j ocxpo- 



Clean. 



133 



Clearance. 



5137. te clean a gun (preparatory 
to turning), art. 

5138. to clean a harbour. 

5139. to clean below. 

5160. Cleaner, s. 
button-cleaner, v. button. 

5 1C1. moulder's cleaner or sleeker, 
lechn. 

5163. Cleaning, s. 

5164. cleaning chimneys, si. cng. 

5165. cleaning cock, St. eng. 
(blow off cock.) 

5166. cleaning iron, techn. 

5161. Clear, adj. 

5168. clear coast. 



5169. 
5170. 

5171. 
5172. 

5173. 



to get clear of. V. to clear, 
clear hawse. 
clear rope. 

see all clear for coming to! 
see all clear for wearing 
ship! 
Clear, v. a. and n. 



5174. 



5175. 
5176. 



5177. 
5178. 



5179. 
5180. 

5181. 

5182. 
5183. 



to clear accounts, C 
(0 clear the anchor, V. an- 
chor. 

to clear away, 
to char away the anchor, 
to clear for coming to an- 
chor. 

to clear away the rifts, 
to clear for action. 

to clear for coming to an- 
chor, v. to clear away the 
anchor. 

to clear the custom house, C 
to clear or go clear of a 
ship, 
to clear hawse. 

to clear the hold, 
to clear the land. 



5184. to clear the launch, the 
lighter. 

5185. to clear a leaky ship. 

5186. to clear or prick the vent, 
art. and m. o. a. 

5187. to clear a prisoner. 

to cleor out a Ship, V. to 
clear the custom house. 

5188. to clear a rope. 

5189. to clear from rust, techn. 

5190. to eloar up. 

5191. clear all the ropes! 

5192. Clearance, s. (of a ship). C. 

5193. clearance, st. eng. 



decrolter, depouiller une piece. 

creuser, curer, debourber un port, 
nettoyer les entreponls d'un bail- 
ment, 
nettoyeur. 

champignon, houlelle, spatule de 
mouleur. 

nettoiement, neltoyage, curage. 
decapage, degraissage, vidange. 

robinet d'extraction, robinet de vi- 
dange. 

grattoir. 

clair, serein, sain, pare, libre, de- 
gage, exempt. 

c6te saine. 



grelin, cablot degag6. 

corde ou manoeuvre degagee. 

pare a mouiller! 

pare a virer lof pour lof! 

aplanir, nettoyer, eclaircir: parer; 
passer; doubler; defequer, vider, 
acquitler, liberer. 



liquider des comples. 

debarasser. 
faire penneau. 



larguer les balancines. 
faire branle-bas pour un combat, 
se preparer au combat. 



acquitter a la douane. 
parer un vaisseau. 

defaire la croix ou depasser le tour 

des cables, 
vider la cale. 
parer la terre. 

decharger la chaloupe, la barque. 

refranchir. 
degorger la lumiere. 



absoudre, decharger un prisonnier. 



degager une manoeuvre. 

derouilter. 

s'eclaircir, en parlant du temps. 

pare les manoeuvres! 

conge de navire, acquitlement de- 

droits de la douane. 
liber te du cylindre. 



Ci> oxjinxaro opy^ia OXOHXB <J>op- 

MOBHyK) 36MJIK). 
OlHCXHXB, yr.TVUHXb 

BHiisy. 



, HIICTHJKa. 



cr.iaatHBa- 



ma HJIH sapaBHHBaHia 



OKOJIHHBI, HCIHCTOTH BI 
xpyoax'B. 
BtmycKHOH, 



ilCHHH, 



; HHCXUff, 



^HCTHH Cepert, T. e. He 

HUH KaKGHtaMH U 



Byxia nacxa, T. e. nnr^t ne 3any- 

xaaacB, iijexi xoponio. 

HroxoBnxb aEopt KT> oxjaii! 
IIpnroxoBHxtca Ki noBopoxyl 



oijtacnaxi,; 



CXHXB, upoiamaxt; 
ocBoi5o;i;4;axB; njax 

i,; paafinpaxB, oxHHMaxt, 
HiiBaxB; 
ycxponiB 

ciexn. 



npHFOXOBJlXB. 



pacnyxaxt. 
aKopB na nepxyjiiHB, 

/IKOpB Ha 



OHHCXHTB xoneHanxu. 

KB 60K>. 



OincxHXBca BT, 
MnHOBaxB 6jaronoiy i iHO 

PasBecxu 



Oincxaxi xpioirt. 

OIOHXII OXB Gepera, yfixn na ny- 



BtirpysiixB CapKasT>, 



OxrpysHXB eyjjeo ci 

IIpOTpaBHxB r.anaji H npnKOioxB 

sapaa;HHH utraoKt HJIH uapxysi; 

uppxpasnxB saxpaBKy. 

saioiennaro, luimiaro. 



OIHCXKXB Kanaxi), xpoci>, JIHHB. 
Cinmaxi., BHBO^RXB p;saBiDHy. 
HpoacH/iXBca (roBOpa o 



cysna BB 
e 

IIpOCXOp'L BT, 



xa- 



Clearer. 



134 



Clew. 



5194. Clearer, s. techn. 
iilft.'j. Clearing, s. 

5196. cienring a narrow channel. 

5197. clearing or opening a har- 
bour. 

5198. Cleat, s. 

3199. arm or horn of a cleat. 
5200. belaying cleat. 

3201. comb cleat. 

3202. deck cleat. 

5203. cleat for the bowlines of 

lateen yards. 
3204. capstan cleats. 

3200. cleat for the collar of a stay. 
3206. girt-rope cleat. 



3207. cleat of a gun, art. 



3208. hollow cleat. 

5209. iron cleat. 

3210. mast-cleat. 

range cleat, v. belaying 
cleat. 

3211. round and hollow cleat. 

3212. cleat or scantling for a wa- 
ter cask. 

3213. shroud cleat. 

5214. sling or thumb cleat. 

5215. suatch cleat. 
3216. stop cleat. 



5217. cleat under the cross-piece 
of the bills. 

3218. yard-arm cleat. 

3219. Cleavage, s. 
5220. Cleave, v. a. 

3221. to cleave timber. 

5222. Cleft, s. 

Clench, clenched, v. 
clinch, clinched. 

5223. Clerk, s. 

5224. captain's clerk. 

5225. clerk of the cheque or check. 

5226. clerk in the marine de- 
partment. 

5227. naval commissariat clerk. 

3228. purser's clerk. 

3229. ship's clerk. 
5230. Clew or clue. 



fool-clew, v. hammock. 
3231. from clew to earing. 

5232. clew-garnet, 
clew-garnet block, v. block. 

5233. clew of hammock. 

head dew, v. hammock. 

5234. hole in the clew of a sprit- 
sail, to let ont (he water. 



nettoyeur. 

debrouillement. 

debouquement. 

debaclement, debacle, debaclage. 

taquet, galoche, came, bacalas. 

oreille, corne de taquet. 

taquet a comes, a branches, ou de 

tournage. 
rateau de vergue. 

taquet a oreilles, taquet a coeur. 
croix de bidot. 

fuseaux. 

porte-collier, taquet de mat. 
taquet de vaisseau roidi sur ses 
ancres. 

piece de metal saillante sur le cul 
de lampe d'un canon, contenant 
la hausse. 

galoche de bois, taquet gouge, ecu- 
bier des ecoutilles. - 

taquet en fer. 

taquel de mat. 



taquet rond, anneau de bois. 
taquet de futaille. 

taquet de hauban. 

taquet de racage. 

taquet a gueule ou a dents. 

taquel de bout. 



laquet des bitles. 

taquet de bout de vergue. 

fente, clivage, action de fendre. 

fendre, diviser, separer avec vio- 
lence, ecuisser. 

refendre. 

fente, ouverture, crevasse, avalure, 
gerc.ure, comblete. 



expeditionnaire, commis, employe, 
commis ou secretaire du capilaine. 

officier d'administration. 
ecrivain de marine. 

commis de marine, 
commis aux vivres. 

ecrivain. 

point de voile, couillard, pelote. 



de haul en bas. 

cargue-point d'une basse voile. 

araignee. 

oeil, trou de la civadiere. 



HHCTpyMCHTT) y napyCHHKOB'B. 

PacnyTUBanie, OHnmeeie. 
BupBaiLca H3t VSKOCIH. 
Bcitpuxie rauaini ort 



EopXOBUH KHCXTL. 

Koneu/fc 6opiOBaro KHexxa. 
aiapcosaa 



IIojyKpyrjaa imnKa fl 

CHaCTH. 

KpinnxejfcHaa Mamta. 
UiaHKa fljia Gy-xeHefi 
napycoBi). 

y mniuia. 

na na^xij jwa orona mxara. 
cnapyatH 6aoK 
ia rpetinaro 
cy^na KT> 6opxy. 
uexajaa 



Kpyrjaa naaeita. 

a yciaHOBKii 



npnEflsuBaeiiaa ui> 
;pa npiinaenia cHacxn. 
IIjianKa y ropxeib-cTpona na pen. 

KpIOHCOBT. CTb OflHHMl pOa;KOM%. 

ua 6ymnpHxii y 
H na uonaxt peft, 
HC CKOJBSHJIT,. 



KOJIOXB. 



nepexecaTt Opesno. 
PaKOBiina, cij^Hna, rpemiiHa, 



na pen. 

; paci;a.iuBaHie. 
PacKo-iOTt, 



, nncen,i. 
Hiicapi,, cocxoanu'ft 

KJiepK'L. 

HHHOBHHKT, 



HHHOBHHKT, MOpCKaro KOMuncapiaxa, 

KOMMHCapl). 

no KOMMiicapiaxcKOft 



ua Kopaojii. 
yrojn> Hei 
napycoBi) H miioxoBHfi yrojit y 
cxanceaeS. 



jo Bepxy, ct IOIOBH jo 



napycoBi. 



nori. 



Clew. 



135 



Close. 



5235. clew-lines. 

5236. clew rope. 



5237. Spanish clew. 

5238. weather clew. 

5239. Clew, v. a. 

5240. to clew up the courses. 

5241. to clew up the sails. 

5242. to clew up the top sails. 

5243. Clewed up or hauled up in 
in the brails. 

5244. CHck, s. techn. 



5245. click steel, dick wire, m.o. a. 

5246. Cliff, s. 

5247. to break against a ciirr. 

5248. Clinch, s. 

5249. clinch-bolt, techn. 

5250. clinch for topsail sheets. 

5231. Clinch, v. 3. 

5252. to clinch a bolt. 

5253. to clinch a cable. 

5254. Clincher or clinker, S. techn. 

5255. clincher-built, clencher- 
built or clinker-built, shb. 

5256. lighter clincher built. 

5257. clincher work. 

5258. Clinker, s. 

5259. clinker-built, V. clincher 
built, 

5260. Clinometer, s. 

5261. Clip, s. lechn. 

5262. clip-hook. 



5263. clip nail or worm pin. 

5264. Clipper. 

5265. Cloak, s. 

5266. cloak-bag. 

5267. Cloak, v. a. 

5268. Clod-coal. 

5269. Close, adv. and adj. . 



5270. close action. 

5271. close astern. 
52"2. close fitting, shb. 



cargue-point,taille-point, couillard do 
hunier, cargue-point des huniers 
et autros voiles carrees. 

manoeuvre carguee. 



espece particuliere d'araignee de 

hamac. 
point du vent. 

carguer, mettre sur les cargoes, 

relrousser. 

carguer les basses voiles, 
carguer les voiles, 
mettre les huniers sur les cargues. 
voile bourcee, carguee ou sur les 

cargues. 
cliquet, loquet, declic, crampon. 



acier a cliquets. 

rocher escarpe, rive escarpee, cime, 

falaise. 
falaiser. 

elalingue, etalirigure, crampon, con- 

tre-lattoir, rivet, 
cheville clavetee sur virole. 
noeud d'ecoute, 
river, etalinguer, claveter. 
river une cheville sur virole. 
etalinguer un cable. 



crampon, contre-lattoir. 
horde a clin, encouture. 

clincart. 

bordage a clin, encouture. 

scorie, machefer, escabille. 

clinometre. 

soufflet, lien, tenaille. 

croc employe au bout des ecouEes 
des grands perroquets, des hu- 
niers, des drisses, etc. 

chevillette. 

vaisseau construit ou laille pour la 
marche, klipper. 

capote, manleau. 

valise, boudin. 

mettre le capot ou le manteau- 

charbon en motles. 

pres, ferme, enferme, etroit, serre, 
cache, secret. 



combat serre ou de pres. 
beaupre sur poupe. 
engraissement. 



Mapca-i'HTOBU H THTOBU 

napycoBi 



BepesKa, BiuccnenHaa BT. you HHJK- 
HHXT, H MexwpeyrojBHiJX'i. napy- 
coB'i, BI KOToptre iipejKfle BBHSH- 

BajHCt IIIKOTU. 

OcoCuii po^t KOCMnaro mKenipoca. 

HanpaBJienie, OTKyja BiTepi, UO^HH 

iiaerca. 
BpaTL napyca na FHTOBU. 

B3Ti> na THTOBH HHXHIC napyca. 
y6pari> napyca na HITOBU. 
EpaxB Mapce.iH na THTOIJU. 

Ha I'HTOBU. 



3aiii,ejKa, xpemoTKa, paiita, 



cnycKOBi pysieflnuxi. 
YTCCI, iipyToii 6eperi. 

o6t yiecH (ronopa o 



eiiKa; CTIJKI y Kanaxa; 
npoCou, aieJif,3HHH 
3aKjienRi,iH 6ojrn>. 
MapcamKOTOBbifr yseai. 
oaiuenaiL; npiiK 



uint KT> aiiopro, npa- 
KT> 



CTIJKI. 
CKo6a, npoOofl. 



nanpaff, K 



Ha KposiKy. 



cyAHO,nocxpoeHHoe Kpaft na Kpafi. 
Kpafi na Kpafi, KponKa na 



Harapi), 



X: HHCTpyjieHTI. J(30. H3- 

yr.iy6.ienia cy^na. 
, OKOBi;a jja -cKptnaeniH mm 



IIlKOTOBHH CK-iajHOH T&KT,. 



Kjimepi. 



CneKaiomiKca 
3aKpHTUft, 

xtcHUH, csaxufi, luoxnuft; xt- 
CHO, csaxo , IUOXHO; ^ymnufi 
(o B03jyxt); 6.in.3Ki&, coMKny- 
xtifij B6jiii3H, CJIISKO, cnJiorat, -no- 
fljii, B03at; HapaBH^. 
cpaH-.enie. 
noji;i> Kopaioio. 
CpeBeHi ii.iH 6py.eBi, 
sanycKanie nmnoBt BT> 



Close. 



136 



Clough. 



5273. ship close-hauled. 

5274. to be close hauled. 

5215. to be eiosehauied larboard 

tacks aboard. 
5276. to be ciosehauieu starboard 

tacks aboard. 
5217. to heave close. 

5278. to keep close at hand. 

5279. to keep close to the land, 
or the land aboard. 

5280. line chosehauled. 

5281. press close! 

5282. close quarters, close fights. 



5283. close to. 

5284. haul the sheets close aft! 

5285. Close, v. a. and n. 



5286. to close the grain. 

5287. to close the hatches. 

5288. to close the line. 

5289. to close the order of sai- 
ling. 

5290. to close a port. 

5291. to close or stop acciden- 
tally. 

5292. riots., s. 

5293. cere, oil or wax cloth. 
529 i. hammock-cloth. 

5295. hearse-cloth. 

5296. metallic cloth. 

5297. pack or tow cloth. 

5298. sail-cloth. 

5299. waist cloth, quarter cloth. 



5300. water proof cloth or can- 
vass. 

5301. cloths in a sail. 

5302. clothed, part, (of a mast). 



5303. Clothing, s. 

5304. to lie or sleep in one's clo- 
thing. 

5305. clothing of the bolsters. 

5306. Cloud, s. 

5307. cloud charged with a heavy 
squall. 

5308. Cloudy, a. 

5309. cloudy sky. 

5310. cloudy weather. 

5311. Clough. s. 



vaisseau oriente ou au plus pros. 

serrer le vent. 

serrer le vent, babord amures. 

serrer le vent, tribord amures. 
souquer. 

ne pas s'elotgner. 
serrer la terre. 

ligne de plus pres. 
tenez vous pret! 

retranchement, forte cloison dans 
un vaisseau. 



aupres, a bout portant. 
borde les ecoutes tout plat! 
serrer, fermer, renfermer, enfer- 

mer; clore, finir, terminer, con- 

clure, achever. 
ecrouir. 

fermer les ecoutilles. 
serrer la ligne. 
serrer 1'ordre de marche. 

boucler, bacler un port, 
super. 

toile, drap. 

toile ciree, spara, drap. 

prelart. 

drap mortuaire. 

toile metallique. 

toile d'emballage ou a emballer, 

serpiliere, carpette. 
loile a voile, noyale, olonne. 
pavesade, pavois. 



toile impermeable. 

cueilles ou les, qui composent une 

voile, 
convert de loiles, de voiles. 



habillement, velement. 
coucher dans le fourreau. 

recouvrement des coussins de hous- 

ses en toile goudronnee. 
nue, nuee, nuage, tacheveine. 
haut-pendu. 

convert de nuages, sombre, obscur, 

veine. 

ciel orageux. 
temps convert, 
ecluse, barrage; surusage. 



6efijeBHHn, na Bixpi, 
. Kpyxo KI Bixpy, aa CyjHHax-B. 
IIpHAep/KDBaxBca KT> Bixpy. 
HAIII B-B CefiffeBBH^'B JTBBHMI raa- 

COM'B. 

H.HTH fit SefijeBHHji npaBUMi rai- 

COSTB. 
KpinKO ^TO HH6yj;b na^paHTB Bin 



fie 



AepaiaTbca 
T> 6epery. 



By^BTC Bl rOTOBHOCTHl 

TOJICTUH neperopo^KH 
cy^na Ha KynenecKnxt opa6- 
aaxi. jja samniH Bt cjiyiai 
a6opjaa;a; HSI sa HHXT> cxpt- 



BJIHSKO i 

Haxann HIKOTH RO Micxa EHJOXB! 



; CMBIKaXB. 



HOJIOXKOMI. 
sai:oJioxnxB JIIOKH. 



noxoja. 



COMKH.VTB 
CoMKnyxB 



anepexB BXO^T. Bt 
SacopnxBca, saje^B, coMKHyxt. 

IIOJIOXHO; cyKno; napycHHa. 

BoiqaHKa, 

Bpesenxt; 



HpoBO-ioiHaa 



rasi. 



06epxoinoe HOJOIHO. 



Hapycnna. 

manui, KJiexHH, o6Btcu, nj 
XO.ICXT. HJIH Maxepia, pacxanytaa 

. BOBpyn 6opxoBt raaepa BO BpeMa 
cpasenia, ixo6u nenpiaxeiB He 
Hx6 na ra-iepi nponc- 
; KycEii cynna, ci pasno- 
n,BixHUMH yh-pamcHJSMH, KOXO- 
PIIMH BI cxapHHy no npas^HHi- 
HHJTL ^naii'B oSsiiranBaJiH Oopxa 
cy^na. 

EOJIOXHO 



napyci. 



^XIJH (roBOpa o jia^xt, 
ona sea nonpuxa napycHHOBO xo- 

pOIIIO BHCMOJeHHOK). 



HJIH cnaxB BI 



nojiymeKi KJCXHCBOK) 
napycHHoro xopomo 



06-TaKO, 
OC)JiaHHfciH, 



xeiiHBifi, 



HacMypnaa, 



He6o. 
noro^a. 



Clove. 



137 



Coal. 



5312. Clove-hitch, s. 

5313. clove hitch with a round 
turn. 

5314. Clove-hook. 

5315. Club, s. 

5316. Club-haul, club-hauling. 



5317. war-club. 



5318. 
5319. 



Clump-block. 
duster of islands. 



5320. Clutch, s., st. eng. 



5321. clutch-box, st. eng. 

5322. Coach or couch, s. 

5323. coach-spring. 

5324. coach-wrench, mec. 

5325. Coak or cogg. 



5326. coak and plain. 
532T. chain, coak. 

5328. fellew coak or dowal. 

5329. lignum vitae sheave with a 
brass coak. 

5330. coaks of the mast, shb. 



5331. running coak 

5332. coaking or bushing, shb. 

5333. Coal, s. 

5334. bituminus coal, pitch coal. 

5335. coal basket. Y. basket. 
blind coal, v. stale coal. 

533C. coal box or bunker. 
(V. bunk.) 

5337. coal box in stoke hole. 

5338. brown coal. 

5339. coal bunker door. 

5340. coal bunker (door) grating. 

5341. caking coal. 

5342. cannel coal, candle coal. 

5343. charret pit coal or coke. 

5344. cheery coal. 

5345. coal cinders. 

clod coal, v. clod. 

5346. coarse coal. 

5347. cubical coal. 

5348. coal dust. 

5349. coal Held. 

5350. foliated coal. 

5351. forge or smithy coal. 

5352. coal gas. 

5353. glance coal. 



our-mort, noeud dc batelier (deux 

demi-clefs). 
our-inort avec deux demi-clefs. 

crochet compose. 

massue, baton. 

mauiere particuliere de virer vent 
devant, quand le vaisseau est af- 
fale sur la c6te par un assez gros 
temps et qu'on a tout lieu de 
craindre de virer. 

plombee, bouge. 

rosse poulie. 
attollon, attolle. 

manchon, embrayage, coulisse. 



manchon a pans, 

chambre de conseil, cabine de ca- 

pitaine. 
res sort plat, 
clef a 1'anglaise, clef propre a de 

variables dimensions d'ecrou. 
de de fonte d'une poulie, boite de 

fonte, boite.de roue. 



assemblageaqueued'hironde perdue 

assemblage. 

goujon. 

rouet de gaiac a de de fonte. 

adents en queue d'aronde. 



de coulant. 

assemblage de bois. 

charbon. 

jayet, houille, piciforme. 



soute a charbon, boite a charbon 
ou a feu. 

soute alimentaire. 

houille brune ou terreuse, lignite- 
porte de soute. 
grille de trou de charbon. 
charbon collant. 

houille compacte, charbon a longue 

tlamme. 
coke. 

charbon vif, llarnbant. 
escarbille. 

houille grossiere. 

houille cubique. 

poussier de charbon. 

terrain houillier, monlagne a houille. 

houilliere. 

houille feuilletee, papyracee. 
charbon d'usine, charbon de forge, 

houille grosse. 
gaz d'houille. 
houille luisante, eclatante, houille 

sec he. 



BI> 
MepiBuft 



KJI&ZUOH raKi HST> jByxi naciefi, 
o6pamaiomifica ua BepT.irfc. 



BT> upaii- 

IIOMOmJK) OTJiaiB 



H ejn> 



HajiHn,a IUH Cyjiasa, BI OKOHCIHO- 

CTH KOTOpOH HaXO^IIJICa CBHHeiJT.. 

TO.ICTMM CJOKT.. 

6.in3T>-. i iea;amHx i i> rpynni, 

OCTpbBOBI>. 

jiy<})Ta; cooOmenie; 
pawa; 



My4)Ta 
Kaioia. 



npyainna. 
KJIOTL, pasBO^HHii, pas- 

KJIOHt. 

KoKca: u,H.niH^pnHecKiH uycoKi. jie- 
pesa fit 3 arofiiaa ^ianeipa H 
Tanofl ate SJIHHH wa csasH 
SpycKOBi, Meat^y co6oio. 



iniinosii. 



60.111. 
TnKOBEifi mKHBi. CT> MyryaiiOB) Bxyji- 

KOK). 

H.III B6Ipy6H fit BHjt Jia- 

CTOitaro XBocia, 3yoii,H, rycH- 
ntia jainj. 

KOKca. 



raraii>: BH;TL 



KoierapnoMt 



Byptifi KaMeHHtifi yro.is, 
Ji,Bepi^H yro.iLHai'0 aiumta. 

I jiKKi vrojtHaro anniKa. 

Kaiieimbifi yro.TL canuaro- 



KOKCI.. 
CKOporopam,iii 

aarapi. 



rojb. 



yro.ii>. 
IIMJB. 
Mi>CTOpo;K^.euie 



ro.ii. 



T IepHi,ift Kpiimiii jiinHiiT-t; cyxoft 
KaMCHHUft yro.li., 
niaueHH. 



Coal. 



138 



Coat. 



coal-ground, v. coal Held. 

5354. coal hammer. 

5355. eoal hatch or scuttle, coal 
hole.. 

5336. mailing coal. 

5357. coal man, coal trimmer. 

coal mine, v. coal field. 

coal oil, spirit of tar, v. tar. 

open burning coal, v. rough 

coal. 
5338. pit or sea coal, 

coal-pit, v. coal field. 

5359. radiating coal. 

5360. coal rake or poker. 

5361. rough coal. 

5362. rubbly coal. 

coal scuttle, v. coal hatch. 

5363. coal scuttle door. 

5364. coal ship. 

3365. coal shovel. 

3366. slack coal, culm, small coal, 

dross. 

5367. Smithy coal, v. forge coal. 
3368. slate coal. 

5369. splint coal, v. glance coal. 

5370. stone coal. 

5371. coal-tar. 

wood coal, v. brown coal. 

5372. Coal, v. a. 

5373. Coaled, part. 
3371. Coaling, s. 

5375. Coamings, combing!*, co- 
ming* 'of the hatches)' 

5376. Coast, s. 

5377. armament of the coast or 

sea batteries. 

5378. artillery for coast defences. 

5379. bearings or distances of a 

coat. 

5380. bold coast. 

5381. Clear coast. 

5382. Hat coat. 

5383. flat sandy coast. 

5384. foul coast. 
5383. coast-guard. 

5386. eoast-gim. 

coast or sea battery, v. bat- 
tery. 

5387. shallow coast. 

5388. steep coast. 
6389. Coast, v. a. 

5390. Coaster, s. C. 

5391. Coasting, s. C. 

5392. coasting-pilot. 

5393. coasting-trade, C. 

5394. coasting-vessel or ship C 

5395. coatswlse, C. 

5396. Coat, s. 



3397. coat of arms. 



marteau a briser le charbon. fj^ 
trou de charbon, ecouttile a char- 
bon. 

houille seche du pays de Galles. 
charborinier, soutier. 



houille, charbon de terre. 
houille bacillaire. 

roable, fourgon , perche a four, 

ringard. 
houille, charbon gros en motles. 

charbon gros a la main. 

plaque de trou de charbon. 
charbonnier. 

pelle a charbon. 
menu, menaille. 

charbon schisleux. 

anthracite libreux, charbon de bois 
mineral. 

goudron ue houille, goudron mine- 
ral. 

faire du charbon. 

ayant sa provision de charbon a 
bord. 

1' action de s'approvisionner de char- 
bon. 

chambranles, vassoles ou featioles 
(des ecoutillesj. 

cote, rivage de la mer. 

arrnemenl des cotes. 

artillerie- de cole, 
situation d'une cote. 

coie accore, a pic. 

cote saine. 

platain. 

eslran, greve. 

cote sale, malsaine, dangereuse. 

garde-cote. 

piece, bouche a feu de cote. 



ecore: 

cotoyer, caboter, ranger, raser la 
cote, aller lerre a terre. 

cotier. cabolier, caboteur. 

cabotage, lamanagc, navigation co- 
tiere ou le long des cotes. 

pilote c6tier, larnaneur. 

petit cabotage. 

cabotier. 

en cabotage. 

habit, justaucorps, jaquette, cotte, 
cosaque, couche, mise, chemise 
blanche, chap -, ^uif, courai, poil, 
fourrure. 

cotle d'armes, salad :\ 



Me-iOTi j.ia pasoiiBaeia yr.ia. 

.IIOKT,: JUOKT. BT> na.iy6i; 
na.ni, yroabiiuii?, 



yKjiaji,HnKi. yna. 



ii yrojB 

EpyCKOBETblft, 

JTOJII). 

Konepra. 



Kpymmff Ka. 

uaxi>. 
KpynHuii Kaj 



KpuuiKa yro.iBHaro 
Cyj.no C7> yriejii.: 
yi'OJBiia.7 .lonara. 



roat BT> OH- 



JTOJL. 

Ainpauiiii., iHcrfefinrift BHJI Ka- 

MeHHaro yr.ia 
Fasoitaa cisoja, yrojituaa CMO.ia. 



yroat, sanacaitca yr- 
Harpy xeiraufi yneiii,. 



^eiiie, npio6piTeHie H npi- 
yr.ia. 

, TO.icTbie CpycBH no CTO- 
poiiajn. JIOKOBT., Biojtt KopaOja. 
Bepei'T,, MOpcKofl Ceper't. 
BoopyH;euie oeperoBi. 

Ileperosaa apuuijiepia. 

Ileaenru WA onpe;i,'ijieHia pascioa- 

nia jo 6epera. 
Keperi) iipnr.iyoi.iH, KpyTofi. 
l IiicTufi, npiirayCufi Ceperi.. 
IL'iocKift Geperii. 
HinMeiiiibifi iiec'ianbiii (5eperi. 
Oiiaciibiir, HeiipucTyiiiibifi Oeperi. 
Beperonaa cxpaaia. 
BeperoBoe opyaae. 



oeperii. 
Kpyxoft oepen.. 
HJTII B^ojb oepera. 



Ka6oTa;i;noe 
KaGoxa/Knoe 

IIpii6pe;KHUH, 



Ka6oTaa;noe cy^no. 

KaGo-ra/KHO. 

Ka-tTaH'B, MaTi,e, nypiKa; mKypa, 

no;a, mepcTb; oGjiaana, rpyHTi., 

cjoii; 



enama; in,nti, rep6a. 



Coat. 



139 



Cock. 



5398. first coat of loam of a gun 
mould, art. 

5399. frock-coat. 

5400. to give a (irst coat of paint. 

5101. great coat. 

5102. great coat case. 

5403. coat of paint. 

5404. pen coat, dread-nought coat. 

5405. coat of mail. 

540G, coat of a mast. 

5407. pump-coat. 

5408. coat for the radder, or helm. 
3409. coat of stuff on a ship's 

bottom. 

5410. watch coat for sentries. 

5411. wooden mast-coat. 

5412. Coat, v. a. 

5413. Coating, s. 

5414. coatinsr or crust of castings. 

5415. coating of stones, fort. 

5416. Cob, v. a. 

5411. Cobbing; board, s. 

Coble, v. boat. 
Coboose, v. caboose. 

5418. Cock, s. 

5419. cock, lever of the ancient 
match-lock, m. o. a. 

5420. cock of the wheel lock of 
former days, m. o. a. 

5421. cock of the flint fire lock, 
m. o. a. 

1) the .shoulder. 

2) the breast. 

3) the comb. 

4) the upper jaw. 
a) the lower jaw. 

6) the body. 

7) the tumbler-pin hole, the 
tumbler-axle hole. 

8) the throat. 

y) the throat hole. 

5422. eock or hammer of the per- 
cussion lock. m. o. a. 



PARTS: 



1) the head. 

2) the countersink or mouth. 

3) the comb. 

4) the chequering of the 
comb, the engraving to 
catch the thumb. 

5) the concave, the striking 
surface. 

6) the neck. 

7) the breast. 

8) the body. 

9) the shoulder. 

10) the square of the thum- 
ber-hole, the thumber hole. 



chemise, chape d'un moule. 

capote, redingote, paleto. 
imprimer. 

capote. 

etui de capote en coutil. 

couche de peinture. 

caban. 

colte de maille, haubert, cuirasse, 

brugne. 

braie, toile goudronnee. 
braie de pompe. 
braie de gouvernail. 
suage, courai, couree, couret. 

capote de sentinelle. 
ecoutille, ccoutillon d'un mat. 
couvrir, revetir, couvrir d'une cou- 
che, ravaler. 
couche. 

croute dure de pieces coulees, 
revetement de pierre. 
gourdiner. 

gourdin. 



fontaine, robinet, siphon, chante- 

pleur. 
serpentin, chien de 1'arquebuse a 

meche. 
chien de la plaline a rouet. 

chien de fusil a silex. 

espalet, coude, epaulement, support. 

venire. 

crete. 

machoire superieure. 

machoire inferieure. 



gorge. 

coeur, anneau. 

chien ou marteau du fusil a per- 
cussion. 



PARTIES: 



tele. 

evidement de la tele du chien per- 

cutant. 
crete. 
quadrillage , face carrelee de la 

crete. 

fond de la fraisure ou de 1'evide- 
ment de la tele, face percutante. 
gorge, 
ventre. 
corps, 
espalet. 
trou carre pour 1'arbre de la noix. 



Kosyxi, OAesfla HJIH iiapyxiiufi 
vjinnn noR <j)opnu. 
niHHe.ib. 

, iiaSpociixb nepuuft caoft 



BoeHHaa umne.ii,. 



rpyim. (uofl-b OKpacKy). 
MaxpoccKifi xy.iyin>. 



BpIOKOHeil.'I) J 



BpK)i:oHeu,'i> y pyja. 
CJOH cociaBa OKpacnn 



Hacosaro. 
JI,epeBaHaa oOuiiiBKa BHiisy 



GIOM. 

Kapa JHTOH 

Kajiennaa 

Ti>.iecHoe iiaKasanie njocKOK) 



Maipoci. 



'b, cii(|)oni; 



KypOKt y cTapnuHtix-i 

SaMKOBT) C1> (ftHTIIjeMTj." 

KypOKt pyaiefinaro saiina ct KO.IB- 

1I.OJI7.. 

KypOKi. KpeMiieBaro saiiKa. 



: xa ^acxt, 



CHHUT> HJII xpeueTt. 

Bepxnaa nypKOBaa ry6a 

Hiia;n^a KypKOBaa ryoa. 

Ilaxka, Ko.ieco. 

HexBepoyro.iBim/i meat, noxopOK) 

KypoK'L iiacaatHBaexca Ha rpami 

ja^u^KOBaro Ba.iHKa. 
Fopjio. 

ropjii, cepji;ii;eo6pa3Hafl BU- 



yjapnaro 



T !ACXII: 



MOJIOXOK'L 



xpeoeTt. 

OxBepxnaa me.ib na IOJOBK-B in,y- 
pyna HJ 



y^apaK)n;aa no cxepseHtKy noBepx- 

HOCXb 

Fopio. 



IlaxKa. 
yxojnn,eHie, 



Cock. 



140 



Cocking. 



11) the curve, the neck. 

12} the lip. 

13) the lower part. 

14) the upper part. 
15J the nail or pin. 

16) the holes of the lips. 

17) the screw. 

5423. ash cock, st. eng. 

5424. at half cock. 

5425. cock of a balance. 

5426. blow off cock, st. eng. 

5447. cock-boat. 

5448. brine cock, st. eng. 

-5449. bulk-head cock, st. eng. 

5450. cleansing cock, st. eng. 

5451. discharging cock. st. eng. 

5452. feed cock, st. eng. 

5453. four-way cock, st. eng. 

5454. on full cock, 

5453. gauge cock, st. eng. 

5456. grease cock for valve, st. eng. 

5457. half cock, art. 

hose cock, v. steam cock. 

5458. injection cock, st. eng. 

5459. injection cock from (the) 
hold, st. eng. 

5460. to let down the cock (ou 
the nipple), to bring down 
the cock to the safety bend, 
art. 

oil cock, v. grease cock. 

5461. pot cock, st. eng. 

5462. cock of a pipe. 

5463. cock pit. 

5464 fore cock-pit, C. 

5465. scum cock, st. eng. 

5466. ^ea cock, st. eng. 

5467. sea cock of hotwell, st. eng. 

5468. cock stake, m. o. a. 



5469. steam cock for quenching 
fire, hose cock, st. eng. 

5470. cock-stem, st. eng. 

5471. trial cock, st. eng. 

5472. water-cock or valve, st. eng. 

5473. whole cock, art. 

5474. Cock, v. a., art. 

5475. to half cock, art. 

to cock a musket, v. cock. 

5476. Cockade, s. 

the anchor is a cock-bill, 
v. anchor. 

5477. to *c*.hiii the anchor. 
547t. Cockwnin or Coxswain. 

5479. Cocked-hat. 

5480. Cockct, s. C. 

5481. Cocking, s. carp. 



gorge, sous-gorge. 

machoire. 

machoire inferieure. 
machoire superieure. 
vis de chien. 

trous de machoires. 
vis de noix. 

robinet des chauffeurs, 
k demi bande. 
aiguille, languette. 
robinet d'extraction. 

coquet, chaloupe. 
robinet k eau salee. 

robinet de cloison elanche. 

robinet de purge, de nettoyement. 
robinet d'extraction, de vidange, de 

dccharge. 

robinel alimentaire. 
robinet a quatre eaux, faces, 
bande, k chien arme. 
robinet de jauge, de regard, du ni- 

veau de 1'eau. 

robinet a graisse ou de graissage. 
repos, cran de repos. 

robinet d'injection. 

robinet de cale. 

mettre le chien au cran de surete. 



robinet d'essai de pompe, robinet 

de fond de cylindre. 
robinet cannelle. 
poste, plancher des malades. 
emplacement qui environne 1'echelle 

de la fosse aux lions, 
robinet d'exlr.iction a la surface, 
robinet de surete. 
robinet d'ecoulernent de la bache. 
boule de chien. 



robinet d'incendie, robinet de pom- 
pe k incemlie. 
pan carre de robinet. 
robinet d'essai, 
robinet de cylindre. 
cran du depart, 
bander, armer le chien. 
remettre au repos. 

cocarde. 



faire peneau. 

patron de canot ou de chaloupe. 

cbapeau k comes. 

sceau, cachet, acquit de la douane. 

assemblage k tenon et k mortaise. 



Fop jo (cnepesHcepjweoo'pasHoif BH- 




KypKOsaa ry<5a. 
HHJKHJIH KypuoBaa ry6a. 
BepxHflfl KypEOBaa ry(5a. 

FOJIOBHOH BHHTT> 

ry<5H. 

Bt sepxHeft H HH3F.nefi ry- 
6axi> .pa rojioBiiaro BHHia. 

flBIHUJOBLIU EHHT-B, CKp4llJIflK)lIUH 
KVpOKl C% JlOjUJffiKOK). 

&JLSI Tymema 30.IH. 
CT> cnymeHHHMT. 



BunycKHofi, CTO^HHH Kpani, npo- 
Kpani. 



Kpam> 



Kpant y neperopoflKH Ha 
HOMT, cy^ni. 

OHHCTHTeJIteiJH, CTOIHHft 

BunycKHofi Kpaai.. 



Kpanx CT> teraptMa 
Co 



Kpani) i.iff CMa3KH KJi 



Kpani 



i;pani>. 



CnycinTB KypOKi, ne nponsBOAfl BLI- 
ciptjia. Cnyc'riiTb KypoKi> ua nep- 

BIJH 



na ^iit unjimjpa. 



Kpaire y 

na Kopa6.it. 
a KaioTa na 

HOCOBOH Ky6pHK1.. 

Bepxnifi npo^yBaxejiBHHH Kpani. 



Kpam, pesepsyapa. 

lun MeiHpexrpaHHoe ate- 
JIJIH onnjiHBania BI> Kypirfe 

JO^UKKOBOH JlKIpH. 

Iloa;apHbiH Kpaei,: Kpain, noiKapnoH 
IIOMHU, noa;apnuH napOBoii Kpaei. 
T IeTi,ipexyro.itHa3 
Ilpo6nLiH Kpan^. 
BanycKHOH Kpam y 
Bropoii BSBOJII. 

BsBO^HTb KypOK7>. 

CnycTHTB EypoKi. 
KoKapja. 



flEopt na 



KBapinp- 



Ha 

nuiana. 



Cockle. 



141 



Coky. 



5482. Cockle, v. n. 
5183. Cockle-stair, S. 

5484. Cod, swell or cheek piece 
of a musket stock, m. o. a. 

.'iiS.'i. Code, S. 

5486. commercial code. C. 

5487. maritime code. 
5588. coehom mortar, art. 

5489. coehom's system. 

5 490. Coffer, S. 

5491. Cofferdam, s. 

5492. cofferdam piles, Or pile 
planks. 

5193. Coffln, s. 

5494. Cog, mec. 

5495. lifting cog, cam or wiper, 
mec. 

5496. cog wheel, mec. 

549". cog, v. a. 

5498. Cogged, part. 

5499. Cogging, s. corp. 

5500. Coggle, s. 

5501. Cohesion, s. cli. 

Colgne, v. coin. 

5502. Coll, s. 

5503. to drop the coll. 

coil or fake of a cable. V. 
cable. 

5504. con or fake of a rope. 

5505. flemish coil. 

5506. Coil, v. a. 

5507. to coil against the sun. 

5508. to coil the rope. 

5509. to coll with the sea. 

5510. coll the ropes up! 

5511. Colling, s. 

5512. Coin or quoin, s. 



5513. additionnal coin, art. 

5514. double faced coin. 

5515. coir, s. (rope or cable). 



5516. coir fender. 

5517. coir mat. 

5518. Coke, s. 

5519. coke-mould. 

5520. coke-owen. 

5521. Coke, v. a. 

5522. Coking. 

Coking coal, V. caking 

coal. 
Coky adj. 



moutonner (en parlant de 1'eau de 

la mer). 
escalier en vis, en spirale, en ca- 

racol, en limacon. 
renfort ou renflement de fut. 

ode. 

code de commerce, 
code maritime, 
mortier a la Coehorn. 

y steme de Coehorn. 
coffre, boite, caisson, chariot, sas 

mobile. 

caisson, batardeau, coffre. 
palplanches. 

biere, cercueil, coffre, sabot, sou- 

lier. 
alluchon, dent, sabot de 1'arbre, 

came, cran. 
came, poucet. 

roue d'engrenage ou a dents, roue 
dentee, herisson, rouet, tympan. 

denter, fournir, garnir de dents, 
d'un alluchon. 

dente, dentele, endente, engrene, 
garni de denls. 

assemblage h entailles. 

petit bateau pecheur. 

adherence, cohesion, coherence, liai- 
son, adhesion. 

cueille, trousse, corde rouee, glene, 
pli, plet, tour, rouleau de corde. 
filer la glene. 



pli de cordage. 

plet, roue, cueille de cable a la fla- 

mande. 

lover, rouer, cueiller, glener. 
rouer & contre. 
lover, glener un cordage, faire une 

glene. 

rouer a tour, 
pare manoeuvres I 
1'action de rouer un cordage. 

encoignure, pier re d'attente, harpe, 
coin; coin de mire et d'arrimage, 
cale, taquet, medaille. 

coin supplemental. 

bajoire, de. 

kaire, cordage de brout, de coco. 



defense de kaire ou de coco. 

natte de kaire. 

coke, charbon de houille, .charbon 
carbonise. 

meule de houille, meule de carbo- 
nisation. 

fourneau de carbonisation, four a 
coke. 

carboniser. 

carbonisation. 



carbonise. 



t (rofiopa o noBepxHocra 
jiopa). 
Bnxaa jtcximua. 



pyait/i, 



lacib JOJEH 

Bt KOTOpyK) BptsaHT, 
BOJTB. 

cxaB-B ToproBufi, 
VlopcKoft ycxaai,. 
riyropHOBa Mopxiipna. 
KyropncBa cucxesia. 



;Baa n.ioxiiHU. 



; CBIITOKT.; 
,3,epeB3Himii 3y6i. y Ko.ieca. 

IIajen;i), Kyjairt y isojoxa, necia H 
np.; na-teui, KyjiaKi, y 
KOJICCO. 



Sasyopnib, ECTaBjaxt 3y<5n;Ei Bt KO- 
.ieco. 



CoeiHHenie iniinainr. 

He6o.n>niaff paCanKaa 

CBHBB, ciiiiiueiiie, npii.mnaHie, npn- 



, 6yxia 



Haraoi., csepTOKi,, 

CHaCTII. 

6yxxy. 



ro.i.iaHji,CKaa 6yxxa. 



CJIO;KIITB 



cuacTb BT. Cyxry. 
6yxTy npoiitsi cojnita^ 



Cyxiy no 
CnacTii yjoaum,! 

-iajiiiBaHie xpoca lun cuacra 
Cyxiy. 
., yro.iT.; 



IIpR6aB01HHM KJIIHT. }' 



TpOCT) H3'B KOKCOBarO BOJOKHa, BH- 

jltjiUBaeMUH list CKopjiynu KOK- 
coBaro opixa na ocxpOBi Hft& 



Kpanent H3i> KOKconaro 

MaTTj H3T> KOKCOBarO BOJOEHa. 

KOKCI. 



j(.in npeBpaineHia 



Kyia 

yrojB. 
IleiB wa otfyriHBania 



IIp.eBpan;axB B^ JTO.IB, 

, nperpau;eaie BI yroJt. 



Cold. 



142 



Colours. 



5523. Cold blast. 

cold blast iron, v. iron, 
cold chisel, V. chisel. 

5524. to cold hammer. 

5525. cold- or cool-hammering. 

5526. cold short. 

cold short iron, v. iron, 
cold shot, V. blister. 

5527. cold water cistern, st. eng. 

5528. cold water pump. 

5529. Collar, s. 



collar beam, V. beam. 
5530. cleat for a stay collar. 



5531. collar of a cylinder, or cy- 
linder jaw, st. eng. 

5532. main preventer stay collar. 

5533. collar of a pair of shrouds. 

5534. collar or pillow, in which 
a vertical shaft works, mec. 
and mach. 

3533. collar pin, mach. 
5536: collar of a poppet-head. 

5537. collar or rivet plate under 
a key or nut, mach. 

5538. spindle collar of a mould- 
ing frame, art. 

5539. collar of a stay. 

5540. collar, straining piece or 
tie, shb. 

5541. collar* of a turning lathe, 
mach. 

collar or washer for screw 
bolls. V. collar or rivet- 
plate. 

5542. to collect a convoy. 

5543. Collector of customs, C. 

5544. Collier, s C. 

5545. screw collier, C. 

5546. Colliery, s. 

5547. Collision, s 

5548. Colour, s. 

5549. colours flying. 

5550. to hoist the colours. 

5551. colours hoisted on the fore 
and mizen masts. 

5552. national colours. 

5553. Colour-sergeant, a non com- 
missioned officer of the ma- 
rines having slight additional 
rank and pay above the other 
sergeants. 

5554. ship's colours. 

5555. to show the colours. 



air froid. 

forger du fer a froid, ecrouir. 

ecrouissemenl. 

cassant. 

bache a eau froide. 
pompe d'eau froide. 

collier, col, collet, collerette, entrait 
faux ou retrousse, ceinture, cla- 
vette, crapaudine, virole, gre- 
nouille, gond, tirant. 

porte-collier, taquet de mat. 

collet de cylindre. 

faux collier du grand mat ou grand 

faux collier, 
capelage. 
crapaudine, empoise, coussinet. 



bouton a clavette. 

collier, demi-lunette d'un bane de 

foxerie. 
rosette. 



encastrement, empoise du trous- 
seau. 

collier d'etai. 
entrait, faux entrait. 



collets du mandril. 



rassembler un convoi. 
directeur de douane d un port, 
charbonnier, houilleur, vaisseau qui 

fait le commerce de charbon. 
charbonnier, houilleur a h^lice. 
charbonniere, houiliere. 
abordage. 
couleur; enseigne, pavilion, ban- 

niere, etendard, drapeau. 
enseigne deployee. 
arborer, hisser le pavilion, 
gaillardette, gaillardelette. 

pavilion de poupe. 

sergent de marine, recevant une 

paie un peu plus forte que les 

autres sergents. 



couleur. 

mettre son pavilion. 



CTOSHiH. 



BT> XOJOAHOMT. co- 
BT> XOJIOJIHOMI. co- 



Xpynidfi, JIOMKUI. 



Pesepsyapi) xoaoflHofi BOSH, 

HHM iimilKX., 

CHafiaiaiomaji mmna; noiana 

EOH BOflH. 

Byreji., nojicoKt. 



ci> saiuie^HKOMt, 
Baejias KI mixHtfi Mairt, na KO- 
Topoii jiea>aTT> Kpara niTaroBt. 

3an.ieHHK-b, noae y D,H- 



Kpari> jioCB-mxara. 
OroHi. sanTi. 



no r iKjra,iKa, no^yniKa, Cpyci 



KpyoHft 
Byrejii. 



ciaHKa. 



njiacraHKa, noj- 
roaoBKy 601- 
TOBL. 

^OJ,^IH^H^K^, rftfojo jaa cxepsHK 
IIJIH cepjieimiKa rjHHSHaro 0oi- 
Bana, npn (jjopMOBRt opy^ift. 
Kpart H.in oront mxara. 
^epenflHiiaff HJHH ;Kejt3Haa CKpina 

HJH CBS3I>, KOHUU KOTOpofiyTBepJK- 



TOKapnaro 



CofipaiB KOHBOM. 



,: cy^no, ea KOTOPOMT, 
BT> AurjiiH nepeBosaxt 



KpacKa; 



i) H na CuaaHb 
i 4>Jiari>. 
Ciapmiff yjixept-o^Hmept (sa COD;- 



curnajiBHtie *jiara cy^na , 
<|)jarx. 



Colours. 



143 



Command. 



5556. lo strike the colours. 

5357. to thicken colours, lechn. 
5558. water-colours, lechn. 
5569. to wear the colours of a 
man of war. 

5560. Colour. V. a. 

5561. to colour a map or plan. 

5562. to colour or stain musket- 

stocks m. o. a. 

5563. Colum^ s. 

5564. column'' of attack. 
5565*. centre coiumu. 
5566. lefl column. 
556*7. right column. 

comb of the cock of a gun 
lock, v. cock. 

5568. Combat, s. 

5569. mortal combat. 

5570. single comba t. 

5571. Combination , S. 



5572. combination of four pul- 
leys 

5573. combination of three pul- 
leys. 

5574. Combine, v. a. and n. 



5575. Combined vapour engine, 
st. eng. 

Combings, v. coamings. 

5576. Combustible, adj. 

5577. Combustion, s. 

5578. spontaneous combustion. 

5579. Come, v. n. 

5580. to come about- 

5581. to come home (said of the 
anchor). (V. also anchor.) 

5582. to come in. 

5583. to come into the harbour. 

5584. to come into the wake of a 
ship. 

5585. to came out of dock. 

5586 to come round on her heel. 
5,)87. to come to. 

to come to action. V. action. 

5588. to come to with two an- 
chors ahead. (V. also an- 
chor. ) 

5589. to come up in the wind. 

5590. lo came up into line or into 
the alignment. 

5591. to come up with or near. 

5592. come no near! 

5593. come down out of the top! 

5594. come up the capstan! 

5595. come up the tackle fall! 

5596. Coming, s. 



5597. coming about. 

5598. coming to. 
Comings, V. coamings. 

5599. Command, s. 



baisser, mettre has le pavilion, faire 

pavilion blanc. 
empftter. 

detrempe, gouache, 
porter le pavilion et la damme. 

colorer. 

enluminer une carte, un plan. 

brunir le bois des fusils. 

colonne, pilier. 
colonne d'attaque. 
colonne du centre, 
colonne de gauche, 
colonne de droite. 



couibat, rixe. 

combat k outrance. 

duel, combat singulier,monomac]iie. 

combinaison, assemblage, coalition, 

complot, cabale, ligue, conspira- 

tion. 
tetrapaste. 



combiner, reunir, rapprocher, faire 
combiner, se coaiiser, se com- 
biner. 

machine a vapeurs combinees. 



combustible, inflammable. 

combustion, incendie, embrasemenl. 

combustion spontanee. 

venir, arriver, devenir. 

virer. 

deraper, labourer. 

enlrer, faire son entree- 
en trer dans le port, 
venir dans les eaux d'un bailment. 

sortir du bass in. 
virer vent arriere. 
venir au vent, embarder du c6te de 
vent. 

mouiller en barbe. 



ralinguer. 

arriver, se porter sur la ligne ou 

1'alignement. 
aborder, atteindre, joindre (en par- 

lant d'un vaisseau). 
pas au venl! 
descends de la hune! 
devire au cabestan! 
largue le palau! 
approche, venue, arrivee, avene- 

ment, rarrivee, embprdee du c6te 

de vent. 

virement de bord. 
embardee du cote de vent. 

cemmandement, ordre, charge, gou- 
vernement, loi, autorite, force, 
puissance. 



(J)JiarL. 



CrycTHTb KpacKy. 

Bape.ubiiua KpacKH. 
HectH BoeitHLiH i})jian>. 



KpacHTL, OKpacHTt. 

PacKpacHTt Kapxy, 

Boponiixi, noKpiiBaxi, jocKOM'i, py- 



Kojioniia, 
Kojionna axaKH. 



DpaBa/i 



BOM, 6nxBa, cpaaienie. 
OxHaannuM GOH. 
MopcKoft noeji,HHOKi. 
Coe^iiHenie, coBOKynjieHie; cn4me- 
iiie; coo6paa;eHie; croBOpi, corost; 



coBOKynim, 
coeji;iiHHTca , 



Mamnna jBoSnaro napa 



MaiepajiT>. 
Fopteie. 
CaMOcrapanie, cawoBOsrapanie. 



IIoBOpOTHTb. 



ciaii, (roBopa o 



Bofixir. 



BOHTH 

T5.H&. 

BLIHTH H3i 

IlOBOpOTIITI, 



BOHTH B 

KHJibBaTep'B jipyraro cy- 



Ciaxt iia 



;T,ep;KaTi> KT, sixpy 



BODTH BI> JIHHiK). 



napyca. 



cy^no. 

He .nepJKH Kpyxo! 
CT. napca 
OTXOJIH na 
TpaBH 



cTopoim. 



na ipyroft rajci. 

UOIXOJUITI. CT, HaBtTpCHHOfl CTO- 
pOHH. 

IIpHKa3i>, noBejinie, KoiiaHja; Ha- 

BJiaCTb. 



Command. 



144 



Commission. 



5600. command of caution. 

5601. chief-command. 

5602. executive command. 

5603. to give the word of com- 
mand. 

5604. to have the command. 
to be in command. 

5605. to take or assume the com- 
mand. 

5606. temporary command. 

5607. to time the word of com- 
mand. 

5608. word of command. 

5609. Command, V. a. 



5610. Commanded, part. 

5611. Commander, s. 



5612. commander in chief. 
Queen's Regulations and Ad- 
miralty Instructions Ch. Ill, 
XIII, I. Ch. IV, I. Ch. 
VI, H, 9, III. Ch. VII, 
II, 19. Ch. XXVI, 2, Ob. 
XLI, I, II, III and Ap- 
pendix. 

5613. master and commander, 
commander (of a sloop). 
Qu. Reg. and Aclm. Instr. Ch. 
Ill, XIII. 5. Ch. IV, I, 
S III, 4, 5. Ch. V, I. 
Ch. VI, II, 11. Ch. VII, 
Si 5, 6, 13. Ch. XXV, 
36. Ch. XXIII, I, 1, II, 
1. Ch. XL, 8. Ch. XLV, 17 
and 24. Appendix. 

5614. commander of a merchant- 
man, C. (V. also Captain). 

5615. commander of a squadron 

56 16. Commanding, a. 

5617. Commence, V. a. 

5618. 10 commence the attack. 
5611). Commercial code. 

5620 commercial navy, C. 

5621. Comminute, V. a. 

5622. Commissariat, s. 

5623. commissariat department. 

5624. Commissary, s. 

5625. assistant commissary. 

5626. commissary general. 

5627. naval commissary. 

5628. commissary of provisions 

5629. commissary of seamen's re- 

gistration. 



5630. under-commlssary. 

5631. Commission, s. 

5632. commission- agent. 

commission-merchant, c. 



:ommandement d'avertissement. 
jommandement en chef, 
iommandement d'execution. 
Commander. 

avoir le commandement. 
prendre le commandement. 

:ominandement temporaire ou par 

interim. 
;ommander a juste intonation. 

:ommandement de 1'exercise. 
commander, gouverner.dominer sur, 

ordonner, donner des ordres, con- 

duire. 
commande, domine, plonge. 

ommandant, chef, general, capitai- 

ne, commandeur; hie, demoiselle, 

dame, battemasse de bois. 
commandant en chef. 
De'cret sur le service a bord des 

bailments de la flotle du 15 Aout. 

1851. litre V. Chap. I. Section 

1-re art. 6988; section 2 art. 

89 100; section 3 art. 101 

131; section 4, 132141; Ch. II, 

art. 142145. 
capitaine de fregate de vaisseau, de 

batiment. 
Decret sur le service a bord des 

bailments de laflotle du 15 Aout. 

1851. litre VII. Chap. I, art. 

172194; Ch. II, art. 193211; 

Ch. Ill, art. 212-308; Ch. IV, 

art. 309 319; litre XVII. Ch. 

IV. Section 2 art. 723; Ch. X, 

art. 771, 5. 
patron. 

chef d'escadre. 

qui commande, imposant, comman- 
dant, dominant. 

commence!*. 

commencer 1'attaque, 

code de commerce. 

marine marchande. 

briser, concasser, pulveriser. 

intendance, corps d'inlendance, ad- 
ministration. 

intendance. 

commissaire, employe. 

commissaire adjoint. 

oidonnateur en chef, commissaire 

general. 

ccmmissaire de marine, 
commissaire des vivres. 
commissaire des classes. 



sous-commissaire. 
commission, brevet, nomination, 
office, charge, emploi, expedition 
courtier. 



I-iaBHoe 
HcnojHuxejiBiiaa KOJianja. 



Ha'iaJIBCXBO. 

BpeneHHoe na^ajiBCTBo. 

co. paacxaaOBKoio. 
CJIOBO. 



IIoBe.'if>BaxB, 



nocjan- 



HUH, 
(J^cUB 

pyHHaa 6a6a. 



F.iaBH OKOM aii^yro nu'fi . 

YcTaBi,. Pasjiiai II Iia- 
I 1222. 



Kann ibni*- 



Mopcitoft YcTaBi, Pas^tii, III, Faa- 
Ba I CT. 199302. 



IIlKJinept, 



Kyneiecnaro 



HainnaTB 

TOproBBin. 



KoMMiicapiaiT,, KOMMncapiaicKoe yn- 

paBieme. 
KoMMncap i 



HIIKT). 



KOMllHCapa. 



no JiopCKoft 
HpoBiaHTMeftcTepi. 
IHHOBHHKI, oCasanHBift BBCXH 06- 
CToaxejBHBie cnncKn o Bctxi) BO- 
06111,6 MaxpocaxT, (BO $paHitiii 
nopcKoft sanwcH) H Ha- 
sa BHecenieMi an- 
riificitnx'B cy^osi BT> xasx. 
BaeMtie peacxpti (v. register). 



Micxo; nopyienie; 



areflTi. 



Commission. 



145 



Compartment. 



8633. date of commission. 

5634. purchase or sale of a com- 
mission. 

5635. to put a Ship in commis- 
sion. 

6636. to resign or throw up a com- 
mission. 

5637. Commissioner, s. 

5638. commissioner of cus- 
toms, C. 

5639. commissioner general of 
dockyards 

Lords Commissioners of 
the Admiralty V. Admi- 
ralty. 

5640. commissioners of the navy. 

5641. revident commissioner. 

5642. commissioner of the vic- 
tualling office. 

5613. Commit, v. a. 

5644. to commit one's self in 
action. 

5645. to commit a prisonner. 

5646. Commltal, s. 

5647. Committee, s. 

5648. Commodore, s. 



5649. commodore'* broad pen- 
dant. 

5650. Common steam, st, eng. 

5651. Commotion, s. 

5652. Communicator, nifich. 
06 53. Communication, s. 

5654. line of communication. 

5655. to maintain or preserxe the 
communication. 

5656. communication of motion, 
mach. 

5657. communication- valve, St. 
eng. 

5658. Compact, adj. 

5659. Companion, s. (raised batch, 

or cover, to the cabin-stair 
of a merchant vessel), C. 

5660. companion or hood of a 

fishing boat's hatchway. C 

5661. companion-ladder, or com- 
panion way, C. 

5662. Companionship. 

5663. Company, s. 

5664. to Keep company, with a 
Ship. 

5665. to part company at sea. 

5666. Ship's company (the whole 
officers, men and boys, em- 
ployed on board a vessel). 

5667. to turn over a ship's com- 
pany to another vessel. 

5668. Compartment, s. 

5669. compartment in a ship's 

hold. 



date de brevet. 

achat ou vente d'un emploi mili- 

laire. 
armer, preparer un vaisseau de 

guerre, 
donner sa demission. 

commissaire, intendanl, expedition- 

naire. 
directeur de la douane. 

intendant general de la marine, 
i 



ordonnateurs, intendants de la ma- 
rine. 

intendant. 
avitailleur. 

commettre, remetlre, mettre, con- 

fler, emprisonner. 
engager, entamer une affaire. 

constituer un prisonnier. 

emprisonnemerit, arreslation. 

com He. 

chef de division, commandant ou 

chef d'escadre, chef d'un convoi; 

bailment convoyeur. 
cornette. 

vapeur ordinaire ou saluree. 

emeute, combustion, sedition, soule- 
vement, bruit, commotion. 

communicateur de mouvement. 

communication. 

ligne de communication. 

conserver, maintenir, entretenir la 
communication. 

communication de mouvement. 

soupape d'arret. 

compact, ferme, serre, lie; bref, 

concis. 
capot d'echelle, dome 



tremue. 

echelle de commandement. 

matelotage. 

compagnie, troupe, b r <nde, assem- 

blee, cercle. 
tenir compagnie a un vaisseau, 

aller de conserve, 
efiloler. 
equipage, mondc. 



reverser 1'equipage sur un autre 

vaisseau. 

comparliment, division, 
rum, reun. 



ll))in;a:n, 

IIpofla/r.a u JH noKynKa naxeHTa. 



BI> Kaunauiio. 



VL oiciaBHy. 
KoMMHcionepi. 



TajioatHH BI> 
nopia 



Eopa6aecTpoHTea0, 

ffienepH. 
KauHiaHi Ha^t nopTOMt 



^tao; BciynnTt 



ApecTOBait, nocajHTb 

BI aaTO'ienie. 
ApecTosanie, 

KOMHT6T1. 



. npenopy^HTB; no- 
6ofl. 
apecxi. 



oipa^a. 



napt. 
Bojinenie, BOBMymenie: cotpacenie. 



5iexaHH3M'B MamHHH. 
CooCinenie, cnomeHie. 



coo6menie. 



ia, cooCmeHie IBH- 
npn6opi>. 



Hepejana 
aienifl, 



, cnjioinHofl; caaTHfi, Kpai- 
Kift, coKpameimuft. 



TpailHKl. 

Maipocuoe cocjOBie, 



JTepa;aTi>cfl coe^HHeHHo ci 

, pasjynHTtci. na iiopi. 



CyjioBoft 

i 

DepeBecin KOManjy ci ojiHoro cy- 
Ha jpyroe. 



10 



Compass. 



146 



Complement. 



5f>70. Compass or mariner's com- 
pass. 

5671. azimuth-compass. 

5672. bearing-compass. 

5673. binnacle compass. 

5674. boat-compass. 

5675. box of the prismatic compass. 

5676. card, dial, face or fly of a 
compass. 

5677. centre-pin of a compass. 

5678. top of the centre-pin of a com- 

pass. 

5679. deck-compass. 



5680. defective, useless compact.*. 
dial of a compass, face of 
a compass V. Card of a 
compass. 

5681. bearing by disturbed com- 
pass. 

5682. fluid compass. 

5683. gimbals of the compass. 

5684. hanging compass (V. al.-o 

tell-tale). 

5684. inner box of a compass. 

5685. lubber's point of a compas.*. 
dark vertical line, drawu 
on the inside of the case. 

5686; monitor compass. 



5687. needle of the compass. 



5688. 
5689. 

5690. 
5691. 
5692. 



5693. 



packet-compass. 

points or rhumbs of the com- 

pass. 

prismatic compass. 

quarters of the compass. 

compass-saw, techu. 

self-compensating liquid com- 

pasw. Y. fluid-compass. 

standart, compass. 



.'i. steering-compass. 

5695. compass-timber, shb. 

5696. compass in limber. 

5697. variation of the compass, 

5698. Compass, v. a. 



5699. Compasses, s. (pair of com- 

passes), 

5700. beam compasses or trum- 
mel, techn. 

5701. calliper compasses, techu. 

5702. line or trace made by com- 
passes. 

5703. measuring with compasses. 

5704. stretch of compasses. 
Compassing, v. 
compass-* timber . 

5705. Complement, s. 

5706. complement of the course 
(what it wants of 90 or 8 
points). 



compas, boussole. 

compas azimutal. 

compas de relevement. 

boussole, compas de route. 

volet. 

boite. 

rose. 

pivot de boussole. 

bouton du pivot de boussole. 

compas, en cas d'action ou de com- 
bat. 

compas affole. 



relevement selou le compas. 

compas, oil la rose et 1'aiguille na- 
gent dans un fluide quelcouque. 
balanciers de boussole. 
compas ft suspendre. 

chape de boussole. 
ligne verticale tracee ft 1'interieur 
de la chape. 



compas de monitor. 



aiguille de boussole, aiguille aiman- 

tec. 

compas de poche. 
rhumb, alre de vent, pointes de 

compas. 

boussole & reflexion, 
quarts de compas. 
scic ft tourner ou ft guichet. 



compas principal. 

compas de gouvernail. 

bais courbant. 

arc. courbure, rondeur. 

variation du compas ou de 1'aiguille 

aimantee. 
enrironner, entourer; assieger, cein- 

dre; faire le tour de; comploter, 

machiner, tramer; obtcnir, altein- 

dre, accomplir. 
compas. 

compas elliplique, ft verge ou ft 

trusquin. 
compas courbe ou ft branches cour- 

bes, d'epaisseur et ft repousser. 
rachc. 

compassement. 
enyergure. 



complet, complement, supplement, 

montant, total, 
complement du cours. 



KoMiiaci. 

AsHMJ'Tl-KOMIiaCT). 



KOJinaci. 



KapTyuiKa, 



KOwnaca. 



(KOMnacnaa). 
ToiiKa i;apiymKn Konnaca. 

EoeBoft Kosinaci, KOMnaci. BT. ^c- 
Ki: KOMnaci. ynoTpeSjifleiuHii BO 
npeM3 ooa in. aaKpuTOH oaiapen. 

Hero,i,Hwfi, ncnopTHBiniflcH KOMiiaci. 
T. e. 



He.aeHrano KaiaiomeMyca Koinacy 
KOMnaci>. 



KOMitaca. 
KOMnaci. 



KOTCJII>. 
(BepiHKajibHaa) 

KOMIiaCHOM'b 



KoMnaci. 
jua 
coipaceHift. 



Kounacnaa. 
i;oMnact. 



IIpn;>Ma r rn'iecKiH 
iia 
iiHJia. 



nyreuoH KOMnaci, KOM- 
naci. no KOiopOMy npaBaii. 
PyJCBofi KOMnaci.. 
JI,yroo6pa3noe 



Bapifln,ia KOMiiaca. 



HCIIOJIHHTI.. 



KpyMii,npKyji>, KpoHi-u.npKy.it. 



r !epTa, KOTOpyro npoBoiflrB sa se- 
t nepeni o6TecKoro oaaro. 



PascToanie Measly poaiKaiin n,np- 
Ky.ia. 



,3,onojHeHie nypca, T. e HTO ne jto- 
ciaexi jo 90" HJIH ^;o 8 pyn- 



Complement. 



147 



Condemn. 



5707. complement of latitude or 

co-latitude. 
5707* Complete, adj. 



5708. vessel's complement. 

5709. Complete, v. a. 

5710. to complete wood and' water. 

5711. to complete om's rigging. 

5712. complete-book. 

5713. Compliment, s. 
5714- to pay a compliment. 
5715. Component, adj. 

3716. component parts. 

5717. Composition, s. 

5718. carcass or Valenciennes com- 
position, art. 

5719. rocket composition. 

5720. Compound, s. 

5721. Compound, v. a. 

5722. compound engine, st. eng. 

5723. compound shot. 



5724. Compress, v. a. 

5725. Compressed, part. 

5726. compressed ball, art. 

5727. Compressible, adj. 

5728. Compressing, s. 

5729. compressing machine, mach, 

5730. Compression, s. 

5731. Compressors, compres- 
sor-stoppers or compres- 
sor chain-cable stoppers. 
Comptroller or controller, 
comptroller of the house 
keeper's accounts. 

5734. comptroller of the treasu- 
rer's accounts. 

comptroller of the cus- 
toms. Y. customs. 

5735. comptroller of the victual- 
ling accounts. 

5736. Compulsion, s. 

5737. Comrade, s. 

5738. Concambrated, part and 
adj. 

5739. Concave, adj. 

5740. Coucavlty, s. 

5741. Concentrate, v. a. 

t 

5742. Concussion, s. 

5743. concussion-shell, art. 

5744. Cond or coun. 



5745. Condemn, v. a. 



5746. to condemn ordnance, shot, 
stores. 



complement de latitude, co-latitude. 

complet, au complet, parfait, ache- 

ve, flni, cousomme, accompli, 

entier, au comble. 
equipage complet d'un vaisseau. 
achever, accomplir, completer, met- 

tre au complet, cousommer, ren- 

dre parfait. 
completer sou bois /et son eau. 

achever son greement. 
role d'equipage.. 

compliment, honneur militaire. 
reudre les honneurs. 
composaut, constituant, qui com- 
pose. 

composants. 
composition, 
roche a feu. 

matiere fusante. 

compose, melange. 

composer, combiner, arranger, ac- 

commoder. 
machine a deux cylindres de Wolff. 

boulet compose. 



comprimer, resserrer. 

comprime, resserre. 

balle de pression. 

compressible. 

pression. 

machine a pression pour les balles 
de plomb. 

pression, compression, pressement, 
condensation, constriction. 

freins avec vis de pression, com- 
pressors . 

conlroleur, inlendant inspecteur. 
intendant de la paiiie economique 

du ministere de la marine, 
inspecteur de la caisse. 



inspecteur gendral des vivres. 

contrainte, violence, 
camarade, compagnon, matelot. 
voute, clntre, en cintre, cambre 

concave, creux. 

concavite, profoudeur, creux. 

concentrer, rassembler en centre, 

se reunir, se concentrer. 
concussion, secousse, mouvement, 

ebranlement. 
bombe a concussion, 
commander au timonier a la barre 

ou au gouvernail, faire gouver- 

ner. 
condamuer, rebuler, declarer hors 

de service. 

caffuter. 



nmpom. 



Do,iHufi; 

HBlfi. 



coBepmeH- 



KOMIIjeKXl Ha 

X 

XOBaXb. 

HajHBaxbca BOflofi H naiiacan.cn 



OKOHIHTB BOOpyaieHie. 

06mift CHHCOKI. o(j)Huepam H HHK- 

HHMT> iHHaM 
BoeHHoe npHB 
Oxjaxb HBCTB. 



CociaBHHa 

CociaBi. 

TonjeHHft cocxaBx, ropamtifi Kpac- 

HHM1> HJH 6'BJHM'B OFHeMl. 
PaKeTHHH COCT3BI. 
CoCTaBTj, CM^Cb. 

CocTaB.MTi>, cjiorati, 



Bojt(|)a. 



cocToamee HSI nycTors- 
jaro caapa^a, Haaaxaro BHyxpa 
CBHHD;OI,. 

CsHMaib, o6HHMaxi>. 

Cataxaft. 

Csaxaa 



Manmna RJIK o6a;HMaHia 

cataxocxt. 
cxonopt. 



Konxpojiepii, 

KOHTpOJiep-b 9KOHOMHHeCKOH 

MopcKaro MnHacxepcxBa. 
KoHxpojiepi jeHe^HHix'B ciexoB-b 



KoHxpojiepi. no nposiaHxcKOH 

CXH. 



ToBapnmi., 
GornyxuS, 

Borayxhift, 
BorHyjocxB, 



; cocpe- 



Coxpacenie, noxpacenie. 

y^apnaa 6oM6a. 
Pacnopasaxbca 



BpaKOBaxb, sa6paKOBaxb, 
y^ocxoHtb Bii Hero^Hocxb 
o cyjiat). 

3a6paKOBaxb opy^ia, CHapa^u, a- 
nacsi H x. A. 



Condemnetd. 



148 



Congreve. 



. Condemnetd part, and adj. 

* 

5748. Condemnetd vessel. C. (a 
vessel is said to be con- 
demned, wheu declared by 
the sentence of the Court 
of Admiralty or other compe- 
tent court, in the event of 
being captured, to be law- 
ful prize to be forfaited 
to the state for smuggling 
or any other offence or 
declared by surveyors to be 
incapable through the effects 
of damage ov decay of be- 
ing recovered and repaired 
to the advantage of the ow- 
ners thereof). 

5749. Condensation, s. 
8750. Condense, y. a. and. n. 

8781. Condenser, s. St. eng. 
5752. condenser cock, si. eng. 

5783. condenser by contact, st. 
eng. 

8784. condenser-gauge, sf. eng. 

8758. condenser-jet, St. eng. 

5786. condenser-valve, St. eng. 

5787. Condensing, s. 

8758. condensing oisteru, St. eng. 

8759. condensing or low -pressure 
engine, st. eng. 
condensing jet. V. eon- 
denser-jet. 

5760. non condensing or high 
pressure engine, st. eng. 

5761. working condition of ma- 
chinery, mach. 

5762. Conductivity, s. 

5763. Conducting wire. 

5764. Conductor, s. 

5765. lightning conductor. 

5766. Condnlt, s. 

5767. Cone, s. 

5768. cone mandril. 

5769. cone plate. 

5770. cone of a rocket, art. 



5771. truncated cone. 

5772. cone or tuyere of slag. 

5773. upright cone. 

5774. Confinement, s. 

5775. confinement to barracks. 

5776. confinement on bread and 

water. 

5777. to break or leave one's con- 
finement. . 

5778. under confinement. 

5779. Conflict, s. 

Congreve rocket. V. rocket. 



Canute , rebute, condamne, de rebut, 

hors de service, 
navire condamne. 



condensation. 

condenser, resserrer, epaissir; se 

condenser, s'epaissir. 
condenseur, condensateur, recipient 

pour 1'air dans une pompe. 
robinel d'injection. 

condenseur tubulaire. 



manomelre de condenseur. 

jet d'eau froide, jet. 

clapet de pied. 

condensation. 

auge de condensation. 

machine a basse pression. 



machine a haule pression. 
travail, allure. 

conductibilite. 

fil conducleur. 

conducteur, guide, directeur, chef. 

paratonnerre, conducteur d'electri- 
cite. 

conduit, tuyau, canal, conduite, ro- 
binel, 6gout. 

c6ne- 

mandrin c6ne. 

lunette. 

chapiteau de fusee. 



tronc coniqne. cone tronque 
nez de la tuyere, 
cone droit ou vertical. 
emprisonnement, prisou. detention, 

contrainle. arrels. 
consigne a la caserne, 
au pain et a I'eftu. 

forcer ou violer la consigne a la 

chambre. 
emprisonne. en prison. 

choc, lutle, rixe, conflit. 



^^ cyjuio, o6T.flB.ieH- 

HOe SaKOHHUMl npH30Mi; KOH(pH- 

>BaHHoe cyjno; y,iocToeHHoe 
Hero^HocTb. 



Crymeide, 
Crymaxi-, 



Kpani,, npaHi, HH- 



xoao- 



n> napyaiHHMT. 



Cxpya XOJOJIHOH 



Crymenie, 

CircTepna oxjrajK,i,enHoR 

Maraima nmiKaro 



Maranna BbicoKaro 
HcnpaBiioe 

IIpOBOJliHMOCTt. 

HpOBOJIOKa 

IIpOBpJIDHKI.; 



TpyCna, 
Konyci. 



6a6Ka TCKapnaro 



no^ciaBKa nan jocna y 



KoiuiMecmft maTpHKi jatn 
KOjnaKa y patten co 

* ' 



OiptsoKi, 



'.3aTOieHie, 



Apecrb 



H3ii no^i .joMaraHaro apecia. 



3aKJIIO l ieHHblH Bl. TKpbMV, 

apecTOMT>. 



Conic. 



149 



Contend, 



5780 
3781. 

5182. 



5783. 
5784. 

5783. 

5786. 

5787. 
5788 



Conic, conical, adj. 

conical pendulum. 

conical section. 

conical ^jap rigger. 

rigger. 

conical valve, st. eng. 

Conjunction, s. 

Connect, \. a. 

Connected, adj. 
Connecting, adj. 
connecting gear, mach. 



5781). connecting link, mach 

5790. connecting pipe. 

5791. connecting point. 

5792. connecting, rod St. eng. 

5793. cross-bar for connecting 
rod, st. eng. 

Con, conn. V. cond. 
Conning. V. cond. 

5794. Conquer, v. a. and. n. 

5795. Conquest, S. 

5796. Consign a ship. C. (to ad- 
dress her to the charge of 
an ageut for the purpose of 
transacting the ship's busi- 
ness at the port where she 
is to carry, or where she 
is to receive her cargo). 

5797. ship's consignee, C. 

5798. Consignment. C. 

5799. Consignor, C. 

5800. Console, s. 

5801. console musket, art. 

5802. Console's primer. 

5803. Consort, s. 

5804. Construction, s. (method 
of ascertaining a ship's 
way by means of trigono- 
metrical problems and dia- 
grams. Y. Inspection. 

5805. constructive total loss (in 
Insurance Law, when the 
repairs of damage sustained 
by perils of the sea would 
cost more than the ship 
would be worth after beingre- 
paired). C. 

5806. constructive total loss of 
goods, C. 

5807. Consul, s. 

Consular agent. V. agent. 

5808. Consulate, s. 

5809. Contend, v. a. 

8810. to contend for the weather- 
gage. 



conique. 

pendule, conique, c6ne. 

section, conique. 



soupape h siege, soupape conique. 

conjonction de deux planetes. 

joindre, Her, unir, mettre en com- 
munication, engrener. 

accouple, continu, en rapport, joint, 
lie, engrene, en communication. 

qui li>), joint on unit, de commu- 
nication, d'union. 

communication de mouvement. 

coulisse, coulisseau. 

tubulnre. 

point de reunion. 

bielle. 

te renverse. 



conquerir, vaincre. 
conquete, victoire, prise, 
consigner un vaisseau a. 



consignataire. 
consignation. 

marchand expediteur. 
console. 

fusil a la Console, fusil console. 

amorce a la Console. 

conserve, vaisseaa de couserve ou 

matelot. 
methode de s'assurer de la mar- 

che d'un vaisseau au moycn de 

problemes trigonometriques et de 

diagrammes. 

perte totale du navire, d'apres les 
lois d'assurance (quand les de- 
penses, reparations necessities par 
1'avarie du navire surpassent la 
valeur du navire unefois repare). 



perle lotale des marchaadises, de 
la cargalson. 

consul. 

consulat. 

contester, combattre, disputer. 

disputer le vent. 



KOHHHeCKifi JiaaTHHKT,, 

HUH peryjaxopi. 
KoHMMecKoe 



KJUliaH'L. 



CBflSHBaTb, 



i, Haxo^aiuifica BI> CBHSH 

i 'i:j) I, II. 1C nil 1,1 It, BMliCTt cnH-.aHUUii. 
CBH3UBaK)IIuft. 



KyjHca, nanpaBaaiomaa paina; npa- 
BHJO. 

Tpy6a. 



IIIaTyHi>. 



y rjaBHoR HOFH (BT> 
6aaaHCiipHoft 



noKopHib, sasoeBaxi, sa- 
SasoeBanie, no6i,3,a,; 



jlHn;e, Ha KOTOparo aspeccoBaHO cy- 

3HO. 

OinpasaeHie TosapoBi Ha Hte- 

.11160 H>ra. 

OTiipaBHTeJb cy^na HJH TOBapa. 
KOHCOJB, npnnoJOKi, no^cTaBKa, 
KparmTeflHt. 

pya;te. 

bHaa xpy^Ka KoHco.na. 
, xoBapHffl,i> BI nyxn, na- 
(roBopa o cysni). 
OnpejijieHie nyxn. cy^na rpa<|)Hie- 

CKHMT. 



CoBepmeHHaa noxepa cy^na, no 
cxpaxoBauia, Kor^a 
Ha noiaHKy cynna npe- 

IJ.'BHHOCXB CyflHa BTj HC- 



CoBepmeHHaa noxepa rpysa, npa- 
3HanHaa no 3aKOHam> cxpaxosa- 
Hia. 



KoHcyjibcxBO. 
OcnopiiBaxb, 



cxoaxt na 



OcnapiiBaxb 



Content. 



150 



Converting. 



5811. content, s. (document de- 
livered to the searcher by 
the master of a ship clea- 
ring outwards, describing 
her destination and detai- 
ling the goods shipped, with 
other particulars. C. 

581-2. Contents, s. 

5813. cubic contents. 

5814. linear contents. 

5815. superfical contents. 

5816. salid contents. 

5817. Contingent expenses. 

5818. Continent, s. 

5819. Continue, v. a. and n. 



5820. to continue the action. 

5821. Contraband, s. 

5822. contrnhand-of war. 

5823. Contract, s. 



5824. contract-bread. 

5825. contract of the owner, 
master and freighter, C. 

5826. contract-ticket. C. 

5827 . contract - wheel , crown- 
wheel, face wheel, mach. 

5828. contract, v. a. and n. 



5829. contracted, part and adj. 

5830. Contractile, adj. 

5831. contractile force. 

5832. Contraction, S. 



5833. contraction of melals, 

5834. contraction rule. 

5835. Contractor, s. 

5836. navy contractor. 

5837. contractor by estimate. 

5838. contractor for provisions. 

5839. Contrary, adj. 

5840. contrary tacks. 

5841. contrary winds. 

5842. Contrate wheel, mach 

5843. Contrivance, s. 

5844. Control, s. 

Controller, v. 
comptroller. 

5845. Contuse, v. a. 

5 846. Contusion, s. 

5847. Convert, v. a 

5848. to convert Umber. 

5849. Converting timber. 



declaration k la douane, dounee par 
le capilaine d'un navire en par- 
lance. 



contemi, precis, malieres; capacile, 

sommaire, contenance. 
solide. 
longueur, 
aire. 
volume, 
extraordinaire 

continent. 

continuer, resler, demeurer. per- 
sister, durer, perseverer, pour- 
suivre, prolonger, perpetuer. 

poursuivre le combat. 

contra bande. 

contrabande de guerre. 

contrat, abonnement, engagement, 
entreprise, soumission, forfeit, 
accord, devis, convention. 

pain de munition. 

usance. 



billet de passage. 

roue dentee de c6te, roue de champ, 

herisson de c6le. 
contractor, resserrer, racconrcir, 

retrecir, retirer. plier, rassem- 

bler, fa ire contrat. 

resserre, raccourci, contracted 

contractile, susceptible de contrac- 
tion. 

force de contraction. 

retrait, retraite, contraction, relre- 
cissement, retirement, resserre- 
ment, raccourcissement, abrevia- 
tion. 

relraite des metaux. 

regie employee pour mesrner la 
quantite de retraite des metaux. 

entrepreneur, fournisseur, contrac- 
tant. 

fournisseur, avitailleur. 

soumissionnaire. 

minutionnaire, victuailleur. 

contraire, oppose, 
bords opposes, 
vents contraires. 
roue de champ. 

invention, plan, dessein, artifice, ma- 
chine, 
controle, autorite, entrave, frein. 



contusionner, meurtrir, froisser, con- 

casser, broyer. 
contusion, meurtrissure. 
convertir, changer, transmuer. 
debiler les bois. 
debit de bois. 



06i.aiijeHie, fleKJiapaiufl fflKiniepa, 
BT> TajiojKHio npe^craBJiHeMoe, npa 
yxojrb cy^na list 



noBepxHOCTb. 
06ieM'i>. 
,3,o6aBo<iHue, 

XOflN. 



; coxpanaThca, 
, (>UTL 



pac- 



KoHTpaCaHji,a. 



KoHTpain-i, 
ycjioBie, 



Ha nociaBKy, 



oarOTOBJICHHUH KaSHOK) XJltfii. 

K^y cyAoxoaflfmoMT,, 
H 3a<J>paxTOBaBiiiHM'& 



ua npois^ na napoxojTB.. 
Koponuoe 3y6iaToe KOJICCO. 



3aKJiK>qaTi,; croBapHBaTb; BXO^HTB 
vi corjaraeHie, ^oroBapHBaibca, 

yCJOBJHBaibCH. 
C>KaTUH, CTflHyTHM, CTHCByTUft. 



Ciua 



coitpameHie. 



nOCTaBin,HKl, KOHTpa- 



nocxaBKy 

HOCTaBIII,HKl BOeHHHXl> 

iipunacoBi.. 

ri, IIpOTHBOnOJIOatHUJi. 



EpOTHBHUe 

KopoHHoe a 

Bw^yMKa; Hso6paa;eHie; 

HaMipeHie, npacnocoSaeHie. 
KoHipojb; na^sopi., BJiiHHie, 

rocnoflCTBO. 



KOHTySHTb. 



, o6pam,aiB. 



06ojBaHHTi> 
ero BHepH, 
Kanoro anfio 



Converter. 



151 



Copper. 



5X50. timber converter. 



5851. Convex, adj. 

5852. Convexity, s. 

5853. convexity or round up of 
the timbers. 

5854. Convolution or pitch, St. 
nav. 

5855. Convoy, s. 



3856. dullest sailer of a convoy. 

5857. Convoy, v. a. 

5858. Cook, s. 

5859 . cook'* mate. 

5860. cook-bouse or gaily. 

5861. Cooking, s. 

5862. cooking place in a flat 
boat. 

5863. cool, v. a. and. n. 

to cool-hammer. Y. to cold- 
hammer. 

5864. Cooling, s. 
5S65. cooling of metal. 

5866. cooling half-twb. art. 



5867 . cooling swap, v 

5868. slow cooling. 

5869. sudden cooling. 

5870. Coom, s. 

5871. Coop, s. 

5872. Cooper, s. 

5873. cooper's adze. 
cooper-axe. V. axe. 
cooper's block. V. block. 

5874. cooper's chopping block. 

5875. cooper jointer. 

5876. cooper chinsing iron. 

5877. cooper rose, croe, notcher 
or notchingtool. 

5878. cooper saw. 

5879. cooper shed. 

5880. cooper turrel. 

5881. white cooper. 

5882. Copartner, s. C. 

5883. Cope, s. 



5884. Coping, shb. 



5885. Coppel or cupel. 



5886. Copper, s. 

azure copper-ore. V. cop- 
per-ore. 

8887. black oxide of copper. 

5888. blistered copper. 

588-9. copper bit, bolt. 

5890. copper-bottomed. 

5891. copper-bush or. 

5892. copper-bouche, art. 

5893. copper-can. 

5894. copper.cap. art. 



celui, qui dans lea arsenaux, est 
charge de foire le. triage des hois 
pour les differents usages. 

convexe. 

convexite, bombement, bouge. 

lonture des boux. 

pas d'helice. 

convoi, escorte, conserve, com- 
pagne, transport, vaisseau con- 
voyeur. 

charelte du convoi. 

convoyer. 

cuisinier, coq. 

marmiton, aide-coq, delrempeur. 

foyer, cuisine, coqueron. 

cuisine. 

travure. 

rafrairhir, refroidir, adoucir, amor- 
lir. 

rafraichissement, ralentissement. 
refroidissement, congelation, solidi- 
fication, 
bailie de combat. 



faubert a rafraichir les canons, 
solidification lente. 
solidification subite. 
cambonis, suie. 



poulailler, inue. 
tounelier, barillat. 
aissette. aisceau. 



chepu. 

colombe 

bee de corbin. 

jabloir. 

feuillet. 
futaille. 
tire-fond, 
boisselier. 

associe" , collegue , co - bourgeois, 

compagnon. 
chape, calotte, coiffe, toiture, cou- 

ronnement. 

enfoncement dans les baux des 
bouts des coupes horizontales. 

ecuelle, coupelle, casse, creuset. 



cuivre. 



cuivre oxide noir. 
cuivre ampoule, 
soudoir, fer a souder. 
double de, cuivre. 
grain de lumiere en cuivre. 

grain de lumiere en cuivre. 
burette en cuivre. 
piston. 



flppein. 

HUX1, Ji;i';n:i'icinii. CMOXpa HO HXT> 
CUOfiCXJiy. 

Bbinyiuiuii, BUflaiomiiica. 

EuiiyiuocTi.. 

Banyiuocxb, KpnBiiaHa, noraC'B CHM- 

COBT>. 
lllan., 



KOHBOH. 



xo^Koe cy,a;HO 

KOHBOHpOBaTB. 

KOKI, nosapi. 

nOMOmHHKT. KOKa. 

Pyfina Rax KyxHH. 

IlOBapCKOe HCKyCTBO, KyXHH. 

M-BCTO wa mipi.n namn aa rpe6- 
HOMT> 



: o6pt- 

Han0.1HeHHLIH BO- 

opy^ifi. 
,pa CMaiiiBaaia opy^ifi. 

nocieneHHoeoxjasjieHie 
EucTpoe oxjaaiAeHie. 

OTI CMaaKH BT. 
Micxaxt. 
paiHHKTj Ha 
Bonapt. 

xonopuKi. 



ci> sarHyxHMt 



yxopoci. 
Kynopnaa niuia. 
KynopHbiR capai. 



naxjiri. 



HsroTOBJifliomifi CO^KH 

COJICHOft !IpOBH3in. 

CoyiacxHiiK'b, 



HapyatHtift cnoa 
(JtopMii; noKpuraKa; He- 

6eCHBIH CBOJI,l. 

KOHU.OBI BiiBefi 
yxonaenia 



3iu;HK'b nepe^i. O^KOMT, 

, BI KOTOpuff nnycKaH)TT> pac- 



HyaupncTaa 

IlaajibHHKt 

OGinuTiJH 

Mt^HblH 

H 
a 
jiefiica. 



py^a. 



BHHTl, 38- 
BHHT1. 



Copper. 



152 



Copper. 



1) the unprimed cap, shell. 

2) the mouth. 

3) the sides. 

4J the slit in the sides. 

5) the bottom. 

6) the edge. 

7) the priming, priming com- 
position. 

8) the rim. 

5895. common copper cap, mil 
tary copper cap. 

5896. fluted or ribbed copper- 
cap. 

5897. slit copper-cap. 

5898. smoutb copper-cap. 

5899. spare copper-cap. 

5900. to fill or prime copper- 
caps. 

5901. the copper-caps fly or splin- 
ter. 

5902. coarse copper. 

5903. copper colour. 

5904. crude copper. 

5905. copper in the dry state. 

5906. copper-fastened. 

5907. copper-foundry. 

5908. copper-glance. 

5909. the copper goes back. 

b910. the copper goes too far. 

5911. copper kettle. 

5912. to lift off the rosettes or 
thick cake of congealed cop- 
per. 

5913. copper for melting lead. 

5914. copper-mill or mill-work. 

5915. copper-nails. 

5916. copper ore. 

5917. azure copper-ore. 



5918. green copper ore 
5919. 



5920 



grey, black, fallow cop- 
per-ore, 

red copper, oxidated red 
copper-ore. 



5921 . to sieve the copper-ore. 

5922. to stamp the copper-ore. 

5923. the variegated copper-ore 

5924. to \\ash Ihe copper-ore. 

5925. precipitated copper. 



5926. to prime a copper cap. 

5927. priming copper-cap. 

5928. protoxide of copper. 
5929- pure copper. 

5930. copper pyrite. pyrites. 



cuivre vide, tube, cylindre en cui- 

vre rouge, 
entree, orifice, 
parois. 
fente. 
fond. 

limbe, cercle d'entree, pourtour. 
matiere fulminante, couche fulmi- 

nante. 
rebord. 
capsule k rebord, capsule de guerre. 

capsule cannelee, 

capsule fendue & son pourtour. 

capsule non fendue. 
capsule de rechange. 
charger les capsules. 

les capsules 6clatent, donnenl des 

eclats de cuivre. 
cuivre brut, cuivre noir. 

basane, cuivre. 

matte brute de cuivre. 

cuivre qui doit etre raffine. 

cheville en cuivre. 

fonderie de cuivre. 
cuivre sulfure ou vilreux. 
le euivre perd sa ductibilit6. 



le cuivre perd sa tenacile. 

bouilloire h suif, 

lever les rosettes de cuivre. 

chaudiere fusion ou a fondre. 

forge. 

clous en cuivre. 
mine de cuivre. 

cnivre carbonate bleu, azur de cui- 
vre, azur de bleu, 
cuivre carbonate vert, malachite. 

cuivre gris. 



cuivre rou?e, cuivre oxid6 rouge, 
cuivre oxidule\ 

cribler le cuivre. 

bocarder le cuivre. 
cnivre pyriteux, panache\ 

laver le cuivre. 

cuivre precipite, cuivre de c^men- 
tation, cementatoire. 

charger une capsule, 
chargement. 

protoxide de cuivre, cuivre oxidule. 
rosette, cuivre de rosette, 
cuivre pyriteux, pyrite cuivreuse, 
cuivre sulfur*; jaune. 



3aroxoBKH 



OxBepcxie Kancms. 



BouoBue rpann. 

,H,Ho KancKui. 

Kpaa, oxaepcxia Kancxm. 

3aro r roBKa, 



3aKpaHHa. 
Kaiicrojib CT> 



Koncwjib ci naptaaMH uo sa 



Kanciojit. 
3anacHfi 




CUTS 

HHpOBaHHOK). 
C'b MiflHWMl 60JITOBHMT, CK 

Hiesii>. 



6jteCKT>. 

(Tepaexi CBOIO rary- 

MBCTb) . 

xepaerb CBOK BaaKocxb, yn- 
pyrocTb. 

Koxe.iOKt. (jjia paacxoniH- 



CoCK06jHXb 



KOXCJIT. wz njiaBKH CBtiHqa, 

Hblft KOXe.lT>. 



py^a. 

cHHb, coe^HHenie 
yrjeKHCJioxoro. 
BojeHaa yoeKHCjiaa oKHCb, 



pyjia (M&KI, m, 
CT. sejitaoMT), cypbHoio, 

KOMT> H HHHKOMl). 

Kpacnaa Mtanaa py^a (saKnct 
fln CT, npiiii'BCbio ^pyrnxi 
CTBI) . 

Hpoc-BHBaxb Mt^nyio pyjy nocpefl- 
CXBOMT> rpoxoxa MH ptraexa. 



. ,- 

Ilecxpaa Mi,iHaa py^a 
H, aieiisa H ctpti). 
Hyro pyjiy. 
, ocaai^eHHaa no 
ajejfea HJH Mt,a;Haro 
Kynopoca. 



'JaKHCb 



ITBJU>. 



Copper. 



153 



Cornish. 



5931. refining copper or boiler. 

5932. copper refining furnace or 
hearth. 

5933. rough points of copper after 
sweating. 

rose copper. V. pure cop- 
per. . 

5934. copper sheathing. 
593'j. sheet-copper. 

5936. sheet of copper. 

5937. coppersmith, s. 

5938. coppersmith's cement. 

5939. copper-wire. 

5941. yellow copper or brass. 

5942. Coppers or ship's coppers. 

5943. Copper, adj. 

5944. Copper, v. a. 

5945. Copperas, s. 

5946. Coracle, s. 

5947. Coral-boat, S. 

5948. coral-reef. 

5950. Cordage, s. 

5951 . cable laid cordage. 

5952. hawser laid cordage. 

5953. twice laid cordage. 

5954. Core, s. 

5955. core-bar or spindle of a 
shell, art. 

5956. core-board, art. 

5957. core-hox (v. also box), 
mach. and. art. 

5958 to cast upon a core or hollow. 

5959. casting upon a core. 

5960. core-frame. 

5961. core-print. , 

5962. core-sand. 

5963. core-stove. 

5964. Cored, adj. 

5965. cored work. 

5966. Cok-screw. 

5967. Corned powder. 

5968. Cornel-wood, s. (ligustrum 
vulgare). 

5969. Corner, s. 

5970. corner or eye-teeth. 

5971. corner plate or square 

5972. corner post, 

5973. Cornice, s. 

5974. Corning, s. 

5975. cornlng-house. 



5976. coming-house sieves 
shaking frame. 

5977. corning sieve. 



and 



5978. Cornish equilibrium valve, 
st. eng. 



chaudiere de raffinage. 
foyer de raffinage. 

epines. 



doublage en cuivre. 

cuivre en plaques. 

plaque, feuille de cuivre. 

chaudronnier 

mastic pour ie cuivre. 

fll de cuivre. 

cuivre jaune, lailon, airain. 

ustonsiles de cuisine a bord d'un 

navire. 

cuivre, de cuivre. 
doubler en cuivre, cuivrer. 
coupe-rose, vitriol, 
petit bateau pecheur. 
coraline, satteau. 

bauc de corail. 

cordages, cordes, ceinlurage. 

cordage deux fois commis, cordage 

commis en aussieres. 
cordage une fois commis (a trois 

ou quatre torons). 
cordage refait. 
noyau, coeur, a.me, meche, milieu, 

torche, vif. 
arbre du noyau. 



TopHi jja patlmnnpoBaHia 



Huii.jaiiKii. orapKM ocxasa- 
mieca nocj-b 



o6inHBKa. 



JHCX'fc. 
M&AHHKI. 

Saiiaaita jua Mt^Huxt semeft, Ma 

CTIIKa RAH M-B.PI. 



JIaxyHB, atejixaa 

nyxoHHaa nocyjra na 



OClflHTB irB^I>K), nOKpHTL 

Kynopoc'B. 

He6oji>iiiaa pu6au,K 

IILiionKa ynoxpeSaseMaa npa npo- 



6aHKa. 
, BepeBKa. 
TpocT, Ka6ejLnofi 



Tpexi. HJH qeTHpexi 
TPOCT.. 

^BOUHOH TpOC-B. 



HHKI, niap't (y JIHXHXI 



BHyxpeH- 



echantillon de noyau. 
boite a noyau, boite 
noyaux. 



k faire les 



couler creux ou a noyau. 
coulage a noyau. 

tour de moulage ou'a noyau. 
logement du noyau et de ses ral- 

longements dans le sable. 
sable servant a faire des noyaux. 

four a secher les noyaux. 

creux. 

objets creux en fonte. 

tire-bouchon, meche. 

poudre en grains. 

cornouiller. 

coin, encoignure, angle, retranche- 

'ment, aretier, retour. 
coins. 

equerre d'angle en I61e. 
poteau cornier. 
corniche. 

grenage, granulation. 
grenoir. 

grenoir a cribles. 

crible a grener, crible de poudrerie. 

soupape equilibree. 



nycxoxti BHyxpn 
H rpaaaxi npn HXI 



aii;HKT>; (Jiopua jaa 
4>opMOBKH BHyxpeHHuua nycxoxi- 



I, IHTbe CO CXCpatHeMt, 

ci TOXOBUMI. KanaaoMi. 
Jlaxte co cxepatseMi HJIH ci roxo- 



<|)opMOBaHia BHyxpeH- 



IlecoKi. 
HHi;a, 

Cymiubnaa neib (HJLH cymKH 
Hycxoxfcmfi, HOJIKIH. 
Ilycxoxiaaa Jiaxhia Bem 
Illxonopi, npofioiHHKi.. 
Hopoxi B-L 
Jl,e'peHT,, 



VMOBOH 



HayroJiBHHKi. 



Bepnenie; KpyxKa nopoxa. 
KpyxujBHa: cxpoenie, BT> KOXOPOMI 

npOHSBO^Hxca sepHeme nopoxa. 
KpyxHJiBHa, KpyxujBHuft cxaHoirt 

C-B rpoxoxaMH. 

Fpoxoxi JM ofipamenia nopoxo- 

BiJXT) jienemeKi. BT> aepna. 
PaBHOB-ECHufi KJianani. 



Corocora. 



154 



Counter. 



8979. Corocora, s. general name 
for the Malay coasting ves- 
sels. 

5980. corporal of a man of war. 



5981. Corporal punishment. 

5982. Corpo.Hant, S. 

5983. to correct the dead recko- 
ning. 

5984. correct or real magnetic 
bearing. 

5985. Corrugated iron. 

5986. Corsair, s. 

5987. Corvette, s. 

5988. Cot or cott, s. 

5989. Cotter, cottrel or cut- 
ter, s. 

5990. cotter-pin. 

5991. Cotton, s. 

5992. gun-cotton. 

5993. cotton-garn. 

5994. cotton lamp wick. 

5995. Cottrel, s. mach. 

5996. to couch well. 

5997. Coulisse, or collls, s. 

5998. Council, s. 

5999. council-board. 

6000. council of war. 

6001. Counter, s, 



6002. ship's counter. 

6003. second or upper counter. 

6004. ship with a hollow counter. 

6005. Counter, adv. 

6006. counter balance. 

6007. to counter- balance. 



6008. counter - balance weight , 
counter-weight, st. eng. 

6009. counter-brace. 

6010. counter-die. 

6011. counter-fort or buttress. 

6012. counter-gauge. 

6013. counter-hatch. 

6014. counter light. 

6015. countermand. 

6016. to countermand. 

6017. counterpoise, S. 

6018. to counterpoise. 

6019. countervail 

6020. countersign. 

6021. countersink. 

6022. to countersink 

6023. countersink drill. 



corocora: nom general des vais- 
seaux cotiers malais. 

sergent d'armes, aide de capital ne 
d'armes. 

Decret sur 1'organisation des equi- 
pages de la flotte du 5 luin 1856 
art. 5, 123, 210213. 

punition corporelie, chaliment cor- 
porel. 

feu saint Elme. 

corriger 1'eslinie. 

relevemenl raagnelique correct. 

for plisse, .ride. 

corsaire, ecumeur de mer, pirate, 

forban. 
corvette, 
hamac a Tanglaise, cadre, Jit de 

bord, volant; petit bateau, 
clavetle, clef, coin de bois. 

boulon a clavelte. 
colon. 

fulmi-colon, poudre-coton. 
fll de colon, colon tile, 
meche a lampe en colon, 
cremaillere. 
coucher ferine, 
coulisse, 
conseil. 

table de conseil, tapis, conseil. 
conseil de guerre, 
compleur; mur exterienr du haul 
fourneau. 



grande voiite. 

ecusson. 

vaisseau, qui a beaucoup de voiile. 

contre, oppose. 

contre-poids, equivalent. 

conlrebalancer, conlre-peser, balan- 
cer, compenser, 6galer, equipol- 
ler. 

conlre-poids. 

brasse a conlre. 

conlre-etampe. 

conlrefort a queue d'hironde, epe- 

ron, conlre-fort. 
contrejauger. 
contre-hacher. 
contre ou faux jour. 

contre ordre. 

contremander, dcommander. 

contre-poids, equilibre, tapecul. 

conJre-balancer, contre-peser, ba- 
lancer. 

double balustrade. 

conlre-signe, parole, mot de rail- 
lement ou d'ordre. 

fraise.noyure, trou frais6, fraisure, 
6quarissoir. 

fraiser, ebiseler. 

fraise taillee. 



KopoKopa: o(mi,ee 

'CKUX1> 



OraeBOfr, lacoBoft y 




onm CB. 3jBMa. 



neaenri. 



KopcapT,. 
KopBeii. 



He6o.ii.inaa 



DJH H6KOK). 

fiyiaara. 

yMa;KHuii nopoxt. 
Byiiaajnas HHTB. 
ByiiaaiHaa jiaMiioaaa cstTiuiBHa. 

, ayfiiaroe uojieco. 



Kyjiuca, iianpaBJifltomaa paua. 
CoBtrr,. 

CTOJT, AJK nac^aHia (KoMMHciH). 
BoennuH COB^TI.. 

CiHc^HTejit; iiapya>nua CTBHH ne- 
MH; napyaiHua, a imorjia 

fi tiein, 
ea BnyTpenHia 

no^sopa. 



CT. 6oiiBniHMi> 
, npOTHBynoioseo 



IlpOTlIBOBtCl. 

KoHTpo6paci>. 

lIIlIJIO. 



utpy 



a KI mnny. 



, M^CTO, Kyja 

EXO^HTB. 
OTM-hHHTeJIBHBlH 



UpOTnBOB'BC'B. 



Ilapojb. 



; cfiepjio ^Jia noxaa/ 

TB iioTafi, u,HHKoaaTB; coa- 

saayCpmiy. 
Caepao ff.ia noiaa. 



Counter. 



155 



Cover. 



6024. counter .sunk, adj. 
counter-sunk bit. V. coun- 
terMlnk drill. 

6025. counter-tide. 

6026. counter-limber. 

6027. counter-or upper die. 
counter-weight. V. coun 
ter-balance weight. 

6028. counter-wheel. 

6029. Couple, v. a. 

6030. Coupling, s. 



6031. coupling box. 

6032. coupled wheels. 

6033. Courage, s. 

6034. Courageous, adj. 

6035. Course, s. 

6036. to alter the course (to a void 
an enemy). 

6037. the compound course, the 
traverse. 



6038. the corrected course. 

6039. Course corrected for a cur- 
rent. 

6040. course corrected for leeway. 

6041. direct course. 

6042. course found by dead rec- 
koning. 

6843. loxodromic course. 

6044. magnetic course. 

6045. to make the same course. 

6046. to shape the course. 

6047. to stand on the course to. 

6048. to stand upon the course. 

6049. to steer the course. 

6050. steered course. 

6051. Straight course. 

6052. true course, course made 
good. 

6053. steer the course! 

6054. Courses, s. 

605o. to be under the courses, 
and fore and main topsails. 

6056. to run under the courses. 
admiralty court. \. admi- 
ralty. 

6057. court martial. 

6058. Consslnet, s. 

6059. Cove, s. 

6060. cove of the steru gallery. 

6061. Cover, s. (V. also lid and. 
lap). 

air-pump cover. V. air. 

6062. to be under cover of high 
land. 



contre-maree. 

jambe de chien, montant de voule. 
contre-elampe, poingon. 



roue a couronue. 

accoupler, apparier, joindre ensem- 
ble embrayer.engrener, articulor. 

embrayagpj accouplement, engre- 
nage. 

manchon. 

roues accouplees. 

courage, valeur, intrepidile, coeur, 

bravoure. 
courageux, brave, hardi, vaillant, 

entreprenant, intrepide. 
conrs, course, carriere, erre, ordre, 

tour, range, suite, route, cin- 

glage, lit. 
faire fausse-route. 

route compliquee, composee des 
routes corrigees qui sont faites 
pendant un cinglage ou pendant 
24 heures. 

route corrigee de la variation et 
de la derive. 

route corrigee d'un courant. 

route corrigee de la derive. 

route directe ou reduile. 

route estimde (corrigee seulement 

a 1'aide de la boussole et des 

cartes). 

route loxodromique. 
route magnetique. 
continuer sa route. .. 
commander, diriger, ou donner la 

route, 
prendre son cours vers...., etre 

en route vers.,.. 
aller ou porter a. route. 

mettre en route, tenir une route. 

route apparente. 

route Tranche. 

route entierement corrigee. 

en route, mets le cap en route! 
bassesvoiles, voiles majeures,quatre 

corps de voile, pactis. 
avoir les quatre corps des voiles. 

courir sous les basses voiles. 



conseil de guerre, cour martiale. 

coussinet. 

crique, ause, esterre; calangue, 
petite baie, enforcement. 

voute de la gallerie. 

couvercle, eouverture, enveloppe, 
abri, couvert, appentis, volet, 
chapeau, blindage, gite, fourreau. 

etre mange par la terre. 



Pascnepjennu ir. 



CnopHoe Teieme, 
Teienie npHjiiiBa H 



upoCofiHHKT,, npofiHBKa. 



KopOHiaioe KOjieco. 

COBOKynilTB, COOfilUHTB, CUJknilTb. 

Coo6in,enie, 



niecrepnH. 

, xpa6pocTFi, oiaara, OT- 



Xpa6puif, 



Kypci,, nyxi,; pa^i, 
CTBie, Te'ieaie, nopajoKi, 



OTI. nenpiaieJifl, o6Ma- 
nepejiiHoio Kypca. % 
Kypci, 



HcnpaBJiCHHuii nypci. 

Kypci 

Kypci n 



flpefi(|)OMi. 



Kypct 

ClHCJHMUft 



Kypci) no 



HATH TBMI a;e KypcoMi. 

IIpOJlOJKHTt, Onpe^JHTfc, 

Kypci. 

Kypcosii KT> MH na... 

IIpoflOJiH;aTb, H^TH no H36paHHOMy 

Kypcy. 

IIpaBHTB no Kypcy. 
Kypci, no Koxopouy cyjiHO Hjert. 
Kypci npaao no HaaHaTCHiio. 
HpaBfciH Kypct, Kypci no npaBOuy 
KOMnacy. 
/KH no Kypcy! 
napyca. 



HHHIHHMH napycaMH H 
. 
no^i HHJKHHMH napycaMH. 



BoeHHBiS 



, 6yxxa. 



KpuniKa; 
; noKpuuiKa 30.ioiQHKa; npa- 



sa 



Cover. 



156 



Cramp. 



6063. canvass-cover. 
cylinder-cover. V. cylinder. 

6064. cover or flap of a cartridge- 
box. 

6065. to get under the cover. 

6066. hammer cap or cover, m. 

o a. 



6067. cover or scuttle of a hatch. 

6068. under cover. 
valve-casing cover. Y. valve. 

6069. Cover, v. a. and. n. 

6070. to cover the object in ta- 
king aim, art. 

6071. to be covered by a hea- 
vy sea. 

6072. Covering, S. 

covering board. V. plank- 
Mheer. 

6073. canvass poop covering. 

6074. covering or piece for a 
joint. 

6075. poop cavering of a frigate. 
Cox wain. V. 
coekftwaln. 

6076. Crab, s. 

6077. crab or crab-capstan. 
6&78. crab-winch. 

6079. Crack, s. 

6080. crack on iron work. 

6081. sand crack. 

6082. crack in limber. 

6083. transverse crack. 

6084. Crack, v. a. and. n. 



6085. Cracker, s. 

6086. Cracking of a ship. 

6087. Cradle, s. 



cradle buoy. V. buoy. 

6088. gun mould cradle. 

6089. launching cradle or ways, 

6090. Ship-cradle. 

6091. Crart, s. 



6092. small craft. 

6093. Crag, s. 

6094. Cragged or cragget, ifdj. 

6095. Cramp, s. 



6096. carpenter's cramp. 

6097. felloe cramp. 

6098. cpamp hook. 

6099. cramp-iron. 

6100. cramp-iron of a gun mould, 
art. 

6101. cramp-iron with points in 
opposite direction. 



toile. 
patolette. 

se meltre a couvert, se couvrir, 
s'abriter. 

couvre-batterie, assise, assiette, en- 
tablement. 



panneau. 

a 1'abri, a couvert, couvert. 

couvrir, mettre a 1'abri ou a cou- 
vert, prole* ger, envelopper, ca- 
cher, voiler, deguiser., 

viser a guidon plein. 

etre mange" par le mer. 

protection, enveloppe, couverture, 
couvercle. 

toile de dunette. 
battement, recouvrement. 

toile de lugue. 



cabeslan volant. 

vindas, vireveau, cabestau volant- 

vireveau, ireuil 

fente, crevasse, felure. gerc.ure, 
Til, brisure, defaut, eclal. 

crique. 

seime. 

6 toile. 

travers. 

fendre, briser, casser, se crever, 
se crevasser, s'enlrouver, se 
gercer, s'eclater, cragner, feler. 

petard, marron, vetille, lardon; bis- 
cuit de mer. 

ebranlement. 

berceau, bee, flolteur, caisson, sas 
mobile, chariot; lit a essieu. 



chassis pour recuire le moule. 

anguille, coite. 

siee. 

allege, embarcaliou, arondelle de 
mer, baronelle, noin generique 
de toutes petiles barques. 

petil vaisseau de guerre. 

roc, rocher escarpe, ecore, escarpe. 

escarpe, raboleux, rocailleux. 

crampe, crampon, crochet de fer, 
sergent, eric d'assemblage, elrei- 
gnoir, scellement, tiranl, davier, 
clameau. clame, lamette, presse 
a main, happe. 

ppesse a main. 

lien double. 

porte d'une agrafe, 
crampon, petite patte. 
counjon. 



clameau a deux faces. 



KpumKa KOKOpa. 



BI. 3anpbiToe 



CTO. 



oi'HHBa pyjueiiHaro' 

cTopoua ormiaa, iioK 
naioiuafl no.iK-y); Haxojn, orHHBa 
py/KeiiHaro 
JtOKOBaa py6na. 
JIoji 



KpiJTt, nonptiBaTt, HaKpuBaib, 
KphieaTb, cKptiBaTi.. 

HaBecTH uyniKy npaMo 



; noicpuniKa. 



KopMOBOfi TeHTb. ' 

oa^tjKa, BcxaBKa, 3a6npaHie, aa- 
;TEJiKa nasoBi, HIBOBT., CTHKOBI. 

KopMOBOil TCHTb H3 



IlepenocHuil 
Bpamun.it. 



TpeuiBHa na 
TpeujnHa Bi. (Jiopnt. 
Tpemuna BI> ^epeei}. 
Kocaa HJIII noiiepeinaa Tpem,HHa. 
TpecHyri; KoaoTtjpaamejHibCfl, pas- 



HeTapja, myrnxa; wopCKofi cyxapt. 

Coxpflceeie cy^na OTI. yjapa. 

Ha KOTopuxi cnycKaTi 
noiuiaBOKT, ; KpoBaxt fljfl 
paneHuxi (na 



paua. 
CnycKOBhia HOJOBBK. 
CysoBbia caHH. 

Jlnxxepi., naysoKt, rpysofluB 
H BCflKoro pojia uejKoe 



Mejmoe BoeHuoe 
Yieci, ciiajia, KpyTH3Ha. 



Pyieofi 



Ho^nopita, pacnopna; CKo6a, ate- 

Jlii3HUH KplOKl), HaHMl, THCKHJ 



ctpy6- 



CKo6a, npo6oii, xpairb. 
UpojoJbHaa jKejifeaaa noaoca, CKp4- 
ii.iaiomaa 4>opMy &JLK jHTba apTW- 
X'b opy^ifi. 

niaHKa ci SEYMS CKo6ann 
cxopOHbi. 



Cramp. 



157 



Crank. 



6102. cramp-iron with points in 
the same direction. 

6103. lock-cramp, m. 0. a. 



6104. lock cramp bolt. m. 0. a. 

6105. lock-cramp fly, in. o. a. 

6106. to secure with a cramp. 

6107. small cramp. 

6108. Cramp, v. a. 

6109. to cramp in a piece of iron. 

6110. to cramp nut. 

6111. Crampli, s. 

6112. Crampoon or creeper. 

6113. Cranage, S. 

6114. Crance. 



6115. Crane, s. 

6116. the barrel of a crane. 

6117. the centre, pin or pivot of 
a crane. 

6118. cheeks of a crane. 

6119. the jib, gib, gibbet or long 
arm of a crane. 

6120. crane ladle. 

6121. landing or wharf crane. 

6122. cran^-line (of the shrouds). 

6123. crane-neck. 

6124. crane-post. 

6125. screw-crane. 

6126. crane-stay. 

6127. warehouse-crone. 

6128. wheel-crane. 

6129. Crank, S. 

Crank-arm. Y. crank-\\eb. 

6130. bell-crank. 



6131. crank of the bellows 

6132. crank of the brace. 

6133. double crank. 



6134. drag link of a crank. 
61 3o. large eye of a crank. 

6136. lanteru crank. 

6137. middle-shaft of a crank. 



6138 crank-pin. 



6139 crank- shaft. V. 
cranked axle. 

6140. Single crank. 

6141. small eye of a crank. 

6142. steel-end of a crank. 



6143. crank-web. 



lameau & une face simple ou plate, 
monte-ressort. 

etui, clou. 

vis de pression d'un monte-ressort. 
ilamauder. 

:ramponnel, patte; aile demouche. 
cromponner, accrocher. 
sceller une piece de fer, la couler 

en plomb. 

arraoher, tirer de force, 
crampon, bouterolle. 
crampon, 
droit de grue. 

chouque du benupre, soil en fer, 
soil en bois. 

grue, gruau, engin, grue a poinQon. 
treuil- 



amarre. : . 

volee, bee, echelier, rancher. 

chaudiere mobile k 1'aide d'une grue. 

grue a poingon. 

pantoquiere. 

arc, siphon. 

poinc.on, arbre. 

verin. 

echarpe de la volee. 
grue a axe tournant. 
crone. 

manivelle, bielle, vilebrequin, 
coude, detour. 

crochet de fer qni sert de levier 

pour faire aller une cloche de 

vaisseau. 
cignole. 

nit, boile de vilebriquin. 
manivelle composee (les deux ma- 

nivelles sout placees a angle 

droit 1'une de 1'autre pour con- 

juguer la machine), 
menotte. 
oeil, partie tres reuflee qui em- 

brasse 1 'arbre. 
aiguille de fanal. 
arbre intermediate, arbre de couche, 

liant entre eux les arbres exte- 

rieurs. 
bouton, tourillon, soie, recevant la 

puissance motrice par la grande 

bielle. 



manivelle simple 

oeil de la manivelle (destine a rece 
voir le bouton), oeil petit. 

louche (coussinet en biouze ou en 
acier trempe introduit dans 1'oeil 
de la manivelle exterieure). 

bras de manivelle. 



CKo6o. 



HJH npHHiiiMi ja exam 
npyjKHHi npH co6H- 
iH H paa6npaHin sauna. 
BHHTT,, y^epsHBaromiB noaocKy BI 

KOJOAKt y 1 1 an, ii M;I.. 
HaaiHMHOH BHHTT,. 
YKpinjaTB CKOfiOD. 

He6ojtniafl CKo6a. 

CBfl3aTfc, npEKptllJIflTl CKOfiOH). 

BKOJIOTHTL, Barnyifc aejitaHuft na- 



CsoSa, 
CKo6a; xpani 
Jl,eH 

HOMl. 



rapa, Cyrejit jja 
jierapa. 
KpaHi,. 

, BOporB Kpana. 



r B jaa ywe- 
BHCTptaa yt- 



BHCH y cipijiH Kpana. 



IIojiBHa;eoe ocHOBanie Kpana. 
Kpant na npncTaHH HJH 
Tajia flJia cjiona BaHTi>. 







Annapari wa nojiena rpefiHaro 



HIiar-B 

Kpaai CT, Bpamaromeiocfl OCBK>. 

JlojlBHffiHOft KpaHT. Ha KOJICCaXT>. 

MOTH JIB, 



KO- 



MOTBIJIB 

MOTHJB KOJOBOpOTa. 

Cl ^BMH MOTHJflMH 



MOTH.teBOH 

OiBepcTie vb MOTH.it JJH COJIB- 

niaro 
JI,yra 



MOTBUia, MOTtiJieBofi cxep- 



SCHB. 



BaJll CT> O.UHHM'B 

OrBepcTie BT> MOTHJ* ,ps MOTH-> 
jeBaro CTepa^Ha (crank pin). 



Djieio 



Crank. 



158 



Crooked. 



6144. Crank, adj. 

6145. crank boat. 

6146. crank-hatches. 

6147. crank ship. 

6148. Cranked, adj. 

6149. cranked axle or cranked 
shaft. 

6150. Crankness, s. 
61 SI. crawl. 

6152. Crayer. 

6153. crazy ship. 

6154. Creaking, s. 

Cl'i.'i. Cream-colour, s. 
6156. Creek, s. 



6157. Creeper, s. 

158. Creese, S. 

159. Cremalllere, S 

6160. Crescent, s. 

6161. fleet moored in crescent. 

6162. Cress, s. 

6163. Cresset, s. 

6164. Crevice, s. 

6165. Crew, s . 

6166. crew of a boat 

6167. carpenter's crew. 

6168. cod-fisher's crew. 

6169. galley crew. 

6170. gun room crew. 

6171. to perish crew and cargo. 

6172. crew of a ship. 

6173. military crime. 

6174. Crimp, kidnapper, man- 
stealer. 

6175. Cringle, s. 



6176. iron. cringles. 

6177. iron cringle or strap. 

6178. reef cringle. 

6179. Cripple, v a. 

6180. crippled ship. 

Crojack-yard. V. cross- 
jack yard. 

6181. Crook, s. 

crook, bend or fall, of a 
musket-stock. V. bend. 

6182. Crook, v. a. 

6183. Crooked, adj. 



faible, jaloux, lege. 
canot, embar cation volage. 
ecoutilles pour garantir les mani- 

velles. 
vaisseau qui a le cole" faible, qui 

porte mal la voile, qui cargue. 
coude. 
arbre en vilebrequin. 

jalousie. 

bordigue. 

crayer. 

vaisseau en mauvais etat, larguant 
de partout. 

craquement, bruit, sifflement des 
cordages, cri. 

lait de chaux, couleur cafe au lait. 

crique, calangue, anse, petite baie, 
quai, cale, esterre, fosse, petite 
riviere. 

croc a trois ou qualre branches, 
crampon, grapin. 

poignard malais, eric ou chryst. 

cremaillere. 

croissant. 

escadre mouillee en ordre de crois- 
sant. 

bouterolle. 

feu de signal, phare, fanal, falot, 
tripled, lampe, torche. flambeau. 

fente, crevasse, gercure, lezarde. 

equipage, compagnons , monde, 
bande, troupe, cohorte. 

equipage d'une ernbarcation, nage. 

matelots charpentiers. 

caplaniers. 

chiourme, levantis. 

canonniers, equipage de la sainte- 

Barbe. 
perir corps et biens. 

equipage d'un navire. 
crime militaire. 

racoleur , embaucheur , vendeur 
d'ames. 

herseau, anueau de corde ou de 
fer; ancette, patte de voile, dail- 
lot. 

anneaux de voiles, d'etai dans cer- 
tains bailments. 

herse. 

patte. 

cribler, desemparer, delabrer, es- 
tropier, mettre hors de combat. 



navire desempare , mis hors de 
combat. 



croc, crochet, angle, coude, potence. 



courber, cambrer, plier, vouter, 

recourber, detourner. 
courbe, recourbe\ plie, tortu, lor- 

tueux, vout6, arque, devers. 



ne 

BaJiKaa rajionKa. 
HawfejiKH Ha JHOKaxi Rim noKpn- 

Tia uoTBiaefi. 
BajiKoe, He ocTofi^HBoe cy^no. 



Baai> 



Kpafiepi,, 
Bixxoe, 



CV#HO. 
cyjiHo. 



CBHCTT., saBHBame BtipoBi) BI cna- 

ciaxi,. 

IIloKOJiajiHaa Kpacna. 
Byxia, He6ojn>raoft ysnofl 



KoniKa, xpani. 



MajaficKift 
Kpesuubep-b, 



pacnojioaieHHaa nojiyutca- 
noayKpyroMi. 
$opMa ,pa aaKJienoKi, npopfei Ha 



OFOHB, Maainufi <Jo- 



TpemHHa . 
BKiinaa;'i>, 



rpe6n;H. 

KOMaH^a. 

Ha cy^axt 



xpecKH. 



KonaHjia BT. KOH- 
CTaneJiBCKofi. 
orHSHyTb co BCEHI 
(roBopa o 



npecrynjenie npotiiBi BOCHHUXI 



Kpnnrejibcu HJH KOJibiju yciaKcejeft. 

CTponi utnHoft 

OoneK'b H T. n. 
.lana, j 
C6HTB 

pa36nTi>, saciaBHTi. cy^no npe- 

KpaTHTb Soft, CfltjiaTb H6CIIOC06- 

6oft. 



HaratfaTb, H3r06aiB B* 

KpK)KT>. 

KpHBOfi, HCKpHBJieHHHft, COlHyTfclfi, 
KpK>K006pa3HHfi. 



Crooked. 



159 



Cross, 



8184. crooked catch or S. 

6185. to make or grow crooked. 

6186. croohed poker. 

6187. crooked timber for knees. 

6188. Crookcdnes, g. 

6189. to crop hemp. 
9190. to crop out. 

6191. Cross, s. 

6192. cross in the hawse. 

6193. cross, adj. 

B19i. cross axle. 
6195. cross-bar. 



6196. cross-bar of a boat, 
cross-bar shot. V. bar-shot. 

6197. cross-bar of a swordhilt, 
i. o. a. 



cross-baulk. V. cross-pawls 
and cross-spales. 

6198. cross-beam. 

6199. cross-belt. 

cross-bill. V- cross-piece. 

6200. cross-chap hand-vice. 
6201 crows-chock. V. chock. 
6202. cross-cut. 

9203. cross-cnt chisel. 

6204. cross-cut saw. 

6205. cross or end grain of wood. 

6206. cross-fire. 

6207. cross-framing. 

6208. cross-grained. 



6209. cross-grained sluff. 



6210. cross-way of the grain. 

6211. cross-handle. 

6212. cross-hatch.- 

6213. cross-hatching. 

6214. cross-head, or. 
cross-bar, si. eng. 

6215. cross-head block, si. eng, 

6216. cross-jack sail. 

6217. jack-cross-trees. 

6218. cross-jack-yard. 

cross-jack-yard-braces. V 
x brace. 

6219. cross -pawl. 

6220. cross-piece. 

6221. cross-piece of the bills 
cross-bill. 

6222. cross-piece of Ihe forecastle 

6223. cross-piece of the main and 
fore sheel kevels. 



tourne-a- gauche. 

lorluer, se lorluer. 

ringard a crochet 

bossage, bois devers. 

courbure , lortuosite , bosse , si- 

nuosite. 

mou/'her le chanvre. 
s'elevyr a la surface, affleum- 

croix, equerre d'arpenleur. 

croix dans le cable. 

oblique, transversal, en travcrs, de 

travers, traversoir. 
axe en T. a deux leviers opposes, 
croisee, croisillon, traverse, entre- 

loise, lissoir, traversin, les pe- 

tits bois d'un chassis, 
traverse. 

quillon de sabre. 



balancier, traverse, traversin, che- 

valel. 
baudrier. 

etau a grandes machoires. 

conlre-lailler , couper , scier en 

travers. 
bedane. 
scie k travers, passe-partout, pas- 

sanl, harpon. 
c6le de la moille, coupe Iransver- 

sale. 

feu croise. 
traverse. 

rebours, rabougri, qui a les fibres 
irregulieres. 

bois rebours, rabougri, bois de 
bout, bois debout. 



billot, 
manivelle. 
ecoute Iransversale. 
contre-hachure. 

te, traverse, joug, tele croisee de 
bielle, de tige, emboilure. 



voile de forlune, voile de la vergue 

seche . 

barres Iraversieres de perroquel. 
vergue barrce, seche, de trcou ou 

de fougue. 



lisse, support des couples, 
iraverse, piece croisee, entreloise, 

raleau, ratelier k chevillots. 
traversin des bittes. 

traversin du gaillard d'avarrt. 
traversin de taquets. 



MOTBLIB, BOpOTflaiKa, BHHTMJJbHa Kb 



- 



HcKpHBHTb, HCKpIIBHTbCfl. 

KpioiKOBaTaa Konepra. 
KoKopa; ^cpeBo corHyroe AJH K 
, norH6i,, 



IICHbKH. 

, BHI^TH Ha nosepxHOCTi, 
CBepxi, BOJIH. 



KpCCTT. 



OCB. 

, nonepeiHHa, pac- 
nopKa: iiepCKpecibe; 



HonepeiHaa CBHSB B-B 

IlepeKpecTbe ca6e.itHaro HAH ninaa;- 
Haro e<j>eca (HII;I;II;M lacTB no- 
CJit^Haro, pacnojioajeHnaa spe- 

CT006pa3HO BT> OTHOffleHiH KJIHHKa) . 



Kpacnnci 

HHH 6pyci> 
HopTynea. 



THCKH 6ojiBinia. 
., py6HTb, HHJIHTB nonepen. 

lIInnoBoe JOJIOTO. 
IIonepe'iHaa mua. 

noncpeiHbifi pasptsi. ^epesa. 

IlepeKpecTiibifi oroHb. 
IlepeKJia^HHa, nonepe^Haa o6sa3B, 
pai a. 

lift nonepe'inbia, nenpasHJiB- 
4>n6pH (roBopa o flepeB'fc n 



HenpaMOC-iOHHoe n BMtcxt cy^nto- 
Baioe jtepeBo; sa^Hp^HCioe aepe- 
BO, KOToparo eejibsa BHCipyraiB 



Otpyfe, flepeBo BT. oTpy6i, 

MOTHJIb, 

IlonepeiHUii 



ZloiiepeiHiiKb, nepeMajiHHa, none- 

pe'iHHH 6pycT>. 
IIpaBiiJio nanpaBJiaromee. 
napyci) npiiBflsHBaeMtafi KI 6ereHi>- 

pet. 

BoM-b ca;uiHra Kpacnnci>. 
Bcreni-pea. 



Kpaciraci, nepeKja,i,HHa , 



KpacnHci BI HOCOBOH 
KpioticoBbia njaHKH rpoia H 

fflKOTOBl. 



Cross 



160 



Crowu. 



6224. cross-piece for the small 
arms. 

6225. cross-piece of a windlass. 

6226. cross-reefs. 

6227. cross or side wind. 

6228. cross-spale 

6229. cross-staff or fore staff. 



cross-stay. 
e^ps-slretcher. st. eng. 



6230. 
6231. 

6232. cross tail, st. sng. 

6233. cross-iail butt or strap, 
st. eng. 

6234. cross-tree. 

6235. top-gallant cross-tree. 

6236. top-mast cross-tree. 

6237. cross-turns. 

6238. cross-wise. 

6239. Cross, v. a. and n. 
* 

6240. Crotch, s. 



6241. crotehes of a boat. 

6242. crotch or floortimber. 



6243. crotehes for the netting. 

6244. croteh-hook. 

6245. croteh-for a steering oar. 

6246. Crow, s. 

6247. crow-bar. 

6248. crow-foot. 



6249. crow-foot dead eye. 

6250. crow-fool lines. 



6251. crow's nest. 



of a 



6252. crow-foot or spur, 
beam. (V. beam). 

6253. crow-foot of the tops. 

6254. to reeve a crow-foot. 

6255. tracing-line of a crow-foot. 

6256. Crowd, s. 
62o7. Crowd, v. a. 

6258. to crow -I sail. 



6259. Crowu, s. 

crown of an anchor. V. 

anchor. 

crowu of a blastfurnace. 
V. blast-furnace. 

6260. crown of a cable. 



ratelier d'armes. 

ralelier k chevillots au-dessus du 

vindas. 

les deux ris de la civadiere. 
vent largue, traversier , de tra- 

vers. 

lisse. support des couples, 
arbalete, astrolabe, arbalestrille, 

radiometre, fleche, alidade, verge 

d'or, croix g&mietrique. 
jambe de force, croix de St-Andre 

enlretoise. 

t6 renverse, 

bielle laterale du grand te. 

barre traversiere de hune. 
barre de perroquet. 
barre traversiere de hune. 
bridure. 



en travers, en croix, de biais, en 
sautoir. 

croiser, traverser, passer au tra- 
vers, passer, barrer, rayer, bif- 
fer, franchir. 

fourcat, fourche, crouchaut, come, 
chandelier, chevalet, potence, cro- 
chet d'armes, varangue acculee, 
support k fourche. 

chandeliers de chaloupe. 

sanglon, fourcat. 



batayoles, chandeliers ou montants 

de baslingage. 
piton carr6. 

porte-rame, porle-gouvernail. 
pince, corbeau, barre, levier, ans- 

pect. 

pince, pied de chevre. 
araigne"e, marticle, tr&ingage. 



moque d'araigne"e ou de trelingage. 
marticles, petites cordes qui abou- 

tissent aux poulies araignes. 
cage, echauguette. 



trelingage des etais sous les hunes. 

trelinguer. 

martinet. 

presse, foule, batalee. 

presser, fouler, serrer, encombrer, 
tasser, cerner. 

faire force de voiles, forcer de voi- 
les, charrier de la voile, courir 
h toutes voiles. 

couronne, sommet, collet; ciel. 



couronne de cable. 



PyatefiHaa 



Kpacnnct ci Ko4>eat-HarejaMH 

6pamnH.iein>. 
PHtfra napyca Gjnrana. 
BaRniTan>, 6oKOBofi nonynrafi Bt- 

xepi>. 
Honepeinaa puoHHa. 

, HHCTpyMeHTl Wfl H3- 

BHCOTH c,BtTHjn>. 



JI,iarOHaji.iiaa pacnopna, CBSSB, Kpe- 



60311, BT> IiapOBOirb KOTJlt. 

y norn (BT> 6ajaa- 
cnpHoft MainHHt). 
KyjiaKT> H.in CKo6Ka 6oji.niaro no- 

uepeiHiiKa. 
Kpacnuci. cajinnri. 
BoMi) ca.JHHn> Kpacnnci. 
MapcoBHH KpaciiHci.. 
Kptnaenie ceacin Ha KpecTi, a 
KpecTOo6pasHHMH injia- 



Ilouepen., Ha Kpecu, KpecTOO(5pa- 

3HO. 

K.iacTB na KpecTi., 
nepeitpeiuaTB, nepectKaTb; 
puBaTi), nepenpaBHTB; H^TH Ha 
nepenopi. 

KpIOKl, BHJU; CTOftKa, K03JIH; BMO- 

o6pa3naa nosnopna Kpoieci 
(jKeafeHue ceniopa IJIH aanac- 
naro panroyia). 
KpO'iecu na nuironKt. 

e HJIH ^epeBannue ropnsoH- 

KOHUIJ Ha 

cyjna fljia CBasH na6opa. 
CiofiKa ji.ta cixoinHXi KOCKI. 



a KopMOBaro Becjia. 
JIOMI, na KOHI^ aarny- 

Tblfi H pa3JlBOeHHuft. 
IIpSMOfi J10MI. 

PananyTb wa nojiiarHBania cpe- 
Tenra, a raKxte jua 
<|ioKa H rpora. 

ia raHanytH, 
PaHanyxi. (B^TBH). 



nacoBofi 6yjiKH na Mapct HOT 
ca.iHnrt (iia Kin-oaoBHuxi cyjaxi). 



Toana. 

CrtcHaTb, HartcnaTt; Ha6nsaTB; 

o6peMenaTi>; ataifc, npnatHMatB. 
IIpn6aBHTb napycoBi, nociaBHTB 
napyca. 



BepmnHa, BiHeii,i; Bepxi, 



Byxia Kanara n3-i> 
o6opoiOBi. 



Crown. 



161 



Cuckold's. 



1. double crown knot. 



6202. crown iron or centre for 
the core of a gun mould, 
art. 

6263. crown knot. 



0464. crown-saw. 
620 5. crown-scab. 

crown-wheel. V. 

contrate \vlirri 

tocrowuthe knot V. knot. 
6283. Crowning, S. 

6254 Crucible, s. 

6285. blacklead crucible. 

8256. bottom plate oi the crucible. 

625*7. cruciform groowe. 



6258. Cruise, s. 

6259. to make a lucky cruise. 

6260. in a cruise. 

6261. Cruise, v. a. 

6262. to cruise as a pirate, 

6263. to cruise in sight. 
0264. Cruiser, s. 



revenue cruiser. V. re- 
venue entter. 

0265. cruising. 3. and. adj. 

6266. erulstng ground. 

6261. cruising; latitude. 

0268. Crushing machine. 

6269. Crutch, a. 

6270. crutch or crutch-iron of 
the boom, 

6271 . to cmtch the boom. 

6272. crutch the boom! 

6273 Cruthcs, iron knees or 
pieces of kncotimber placed 
horizontally athwartships in 
the after peak of a vessel, to 
secure the hoels of the cant- 
timbers abaft and to connect 
thorn with the stern frame. 

6274. Cry, s. 

6275. battle, war. rallying cry. 

6276. English war ery. 

6277. Freuch war cry. 

6278. Spanish war ry. 

6279. Cub, s. 

6280. Cubature, s. 

6281. Cubic, cubical, adj. 

6282. cubic foot. 

6283. cuckold's neck: a knot by 
which a rope is secured to 
a spar. 



til de pore couronn6 avec uue passe- 
double, double cu| de pore avec 
la (Ate d'alouette. 

cbapetet. 



cul de pore couronne, cul de pore 
avec la tete de mort, noend des 
bosses a bouton. 

scie cylindrique. 

>eigne. 



;ouronnement, cul de pore ou bou- 
ton de bosses. 

reuset, caisse a cementer 1'acier, 
cassc. 

ircuset en graphite. 

aque de fond, fond du creuset. 

passe d'araignee. 



course, courfl, croisiere, campagne, 

de croisiere, expedition. 
:ourir le bon bord. 
>.n course, 
roiser, aller en course, courir la 

mer. 

'aire tontes voiles blanches, 
parader. 
vaisseau croiseur ou en croisiere; 

garde-cote, croiseur, corsaire, 

marche, vaisseau arme en course. 



course, croisiere, action de croiser, 

station. 

croisi6re,parage de la croisiere. 

bocard, machine a broyer. 
bequille; corne; potencc. 
corne de gui. 

mettre le gui au repos. 
le gui an repo.?! 

cornes, potences, b6quilles, chan- 
deliers. 



cri, proclamation, acclamation, 
cri, dc guerre, cri d'armes. 
St-George. 
Montjoie St-Denis. 

St-lago. 
crapaudine. 

cubage, cubature. 

cubique, cube. 

pied cube. 

espece de noeud, au mo yen duquel 

une corde est attachee a un 

espar. 



Yaeit flnofinoir> noponoio. 



^jin y^epsiana cep 
BT. iin^jiexuu^PMi. no^o- 
ffieniH, npn jiiTi.t. opy^ifi CT. ro- 

TOBUMIl r:in;i.i;iMii. 

Knom, K 



KBOHOBT.-. 



ropnroKT; naa- 



BHAHBKl. 

a<{ 
.Jl.no 



KpeftccpcTBO, 



BT, upeficepcTBt, 
KpcucepoBaiB. 

BT, MOpt. 

KpcficepOBaiL nam, nnpaxr. 
KpeficepOBaiB; ^epa;aTLca 
Kpeftcept, Kpeftcepywmee cy^no 



KpeftcepCTBO, 
Ciaimia KpeficepciBa, 
lUnpora, nasna'iennoe Jitcro 
KpeikepcTna. 

tHas Mamnna. 
CTOHKA; cenxopT,, 
Cenxopt, S.I 



IIoCTaBHXI> Ha CeiITOpT>. 
IHK'I. Ha 

HJIH 

KHBH;U 
cy^na UMI CBHSK naCopa. 



ropn- 



KpnKT.. n 

Boennuft KpitKi,, j r pa. 
AerjiiftcKiilBOonHBiH KPHKT, St George. 
I'paimyacKoft KpiiKi, Montjoie Si- 

Denis. 
HcnancKift KpnKT, St lago. 



HOJTL 

KyfiniecKoe co^epsanie jun H3Mt>- 
peeie. 



, KaKHMT> oCiJKHOBeHHo npn- 



Cuddy. 



162 . 



Current. 



6284. Cuddy, s. (in large ships), 
a name for the ea!>in under 
the poop; (in small ships) 
cabiii as that in a pleasure 
boat and sometimes the ca- 
boose. 

6288. after-cuddy. 

6286. fore-cuddy. 

6287. cuddy of a lighter. 

6288. cuddy-passenger, C. 

6289. Cuff, s. 

6290. hand-cuffs. 

6291. to hand-cuff. 
C292. Culm, s. 

6293. Culprit, s. ' 
8294 Culvcrln, s., art. 

6295. small enlvcrln. 

6296. Cnlvcrtall or dovetail, s. 
shbdg. 

6291. Culvertalled , adj.: a term 
applied to the fastening or 
letting one limber into an 
other so as not to slip out. 
mi, con or cond. V. 
cond. 

629 8. Cuneiform, adj. 

6299. Cunning, s. 

6300. Cunning-house or pilot house. 

6301. Cunt-lines. 



6302. to cunt-line. 



6303. cunt-splice. 

6304. Cup, s. 

61108 cup or bucket of a wheel. 

6306. cup of a fuse, art. 

C307. cup of a rocket, art. 

6308. cup shaken or colly. 

6309. cup-valve, st. eng. 

6310. Cupola, s. 

6311. cupola furnace, (Wilkinson's 
furnace). 

6312. cylinder of a cupola-furnace. 

6313. cupola-ship, s. (a vessel of 
\var or a floating battery, 
iron plated over the deck and 
sides, and having one or 
more shields or cupolas built 
above the deck with a gra- 
ting over it, open at the top, 
constructed of iron plates, 
and. made to revolve by 
steam power when occasion" 
requires to turn the guns to 
any point). 

6314. Current, s. 
631"!. drift, of a current. 

6316. main stream of a current. 
C317. current- sailing. 



tambour, vestibule df la chambre 
de conseil (dans < les pellls navi- 
res); cuisine, foyer, coquer.on. 



tille de 1'arriere. 

tille de I'avaiH. 

Lille. 

passager de cabine. 

fers. 

menotles, manicles. 

emmenolter. 

houille menue, menaille, fraisil, 

houille seche. 
accuse, condamne, coupable, cri- 

minel. 
coulevrine. 

spirole. 

queue d'aronde on d'hironde. 



assemble en queue d'aronde. 



Cuneiforms, en forme de coin, 
action de gouverner, diriger, cor.- 

duile. 
seconde tourelle (pilot-house). 

vides, foreins en Ire les pieces d'ar- 
rimage. 



placer tin tonneau dans le vide 
formd par deux aulres lonneaux. 

epissure en portiere de vache. 

coupe, tasse, gobelel, calice, godel. 

godet. 

calice, godet, ecuelle (de fusee d'a- 

morce). 
ecuelle d'une fusee. 

gclivure, gelissure. 

soupape en chapeau. 
coupelle, lanlerne. dome, 
cubilot, fourneaii a manche. 

enveloppe, cylindre d'uu cubilot. 
navire a tourelle. 



courant. 

lit du courant. fil, milieu, 
fort, milieu du courant. 
calcul de 1'influence des couranls 
(en navigation). 



Katcvra nofl-i, KTOJi'f,, pyfiita, 
najiyoofi. 



py6i:a. 
HocoBaa pyoita. 
PyoKa na na.iy6t, Jinxrepa. 
IlarcajKiipT, nairmj na 
Kan 1:1.11,1, 
Pyinua K 

, Hajio;i;nT 

yrojit 



BiiHOBiiu, npecTyH- 

HHKl.. 

Kyjenpima: crapmniaa (j)pai{u,y:i- 
nynma, 



xBOCTi,, coe.iTiinenie Jiac- 

TOMbllMl. XROCTOMl 1IJIII CKOUO- 
pOUHIIKOMI.. 

e^imeHHUM jiac.Toii.inn. XBOCTOMT. 

11.111 



Yiipaiuenie. 



pyCita, na fipoiienoc- 
cy^axt. 

ii npoMea;yTOKT, 

steady CTpeHraan CBHTOH cuarrn, 
pa^oin CTOJIIUIIMH 
H np. 

B-L npoMe:nyTQKT> Me;jiy 
CToamiiMii fioiitaini 

TpCTMO. 

Tiaii cnjeceui,. 
T IaniC'iKa. Mania, cocy^i.. 
KOBIDT. y Bojio^BHCTByiomaro nojieca. 
HaniCHKa y (joMfioBofi n rpaiiaTnofi 

xpyooia.. 
Fy3Ka, nojiyKpywaa nycioxa y niia;- 

naro Konna pancTHofi riwi.:iu. 
BtiTpiinima ITJIII xpenuiiia OTT> MO- 

pona (in, AepCBt). 
^aiiie'iiiuii K.ianam,. 
BamcuKa, ityiipjiT,, 
BarpanKa; c 

naa ne i ib. .^ i -\ 
HiuiiHjlpi,, OCTOBI BarpanKn. 
ranieiiHoe cy^no. : 



'. 

'... 



' 



. 



Crpya Teieim. 
cxpya 

HanpaBJienia H CKOPOCTB 



Cur mill. 



163 



Cut. 



6318. 

6319. 

(i,')20. 

6321. 
6322. 



6323. 
6321. 

6325. 
6326. 

6327. 
6328. 



6329. 

6330. 
6331. 



stH or direction of a cur- 
rent. 

underset current. 
Curve, s. 

curve or head of a musket- 

slock, m. o. a. 

curve described by a shell, 

art. 



Curve, v. a. 
ushion, s. 



Cushioning, S, St. eng. 
Custom, s. 



collector of customs. 
landing surveyor. V. sur- 
veyor, landing waiters. V. 
waiter. 

Searchers- V. searcher. 
Custom-house agent 01* 
broker. 

custom-house cutter. 
Cut, s. 



6332. cut fn the bore of a gun, 
art. 

6333. cross-cut. 

cross-cut chisel. V. cross. 
cross cut saw. V. cross. 
6331. cut over the face. 

6335. to make a cut or groove. 

6336. Cut off, st. eng. 
cut-splice. V. cunt and. 
splice. 

6331. cut stuff. 

6338. cuj-vessel. 

6339. cut, v. a, and. n. 



6310. to cut away. , 

6341. to cut a board slopingly. 
lo cross cut. V. cross. 

6342. to cut down. 
6313. to cut a feather. 

6344. to cut off, st. eng. 

6345. to cut off from Ihe land. 

6346. to cut off the slump or end 
of a mast. 

6347. cut off valve or slide, st. 
eng. 

6348. to cut out a ship. 

6349. to cut and run." 

6350. to cut a sail. 

6351. to cut and. slash. 

6352. to cut sloping. 

6353. to cut through. 
6351. to cut untrue. 
6355. to cut with the dye. 



direction, chute d'un courant. 

couranl sous-marin. 

courbe, ligne courbe, ci Dire, cour- 

bure, rondeur. 
pente d'un fusil. 

amplitude trajectoire, amplitude du 
tir ou du jet. 



courber, cambrer, vouler, plier. 
chevet, bourrelel, coussin, coussi- 

net, matelas- 
compression cle la vapour a (in de 

course, 
coutume, habilude, usage; droil dt 

douane. 
douane. 
rec.eveur des droits de douane. 



agent, expedileur a la douane. 

patache de douane. 

coupe, coupure, rainure, cchan- 
crure, conduit, canal, crique, 
fronton, taille, tranche, taille dou- 
ce, figure; passe d'oulil. 

eraflement. 

coupe en travers. 



balafre. 

tracer en creux. 

detente. 



planche de sapin. 
vaisseau rase. 

couper, tailler, trancher, fendre 
rogncr, refendre, s'entrecouper, 
s'entrelailfer, traverser. 

couper. 

ebiseler uue planche. 

abattre, raser, sabrer. 
lailler de 1'avant. 

detendre. 
couper la terre. 
ebouler un mat. 

soupage ou barette de detente. 

enlever un vaisseau. 
couper le cable. 

deferler. 

echarper. 
echancrer. 

se faire jour ii leavers. 

brouter. 

larauder ft la (iliere. 



Hanpan.ienie TC'iema, 



iio,iBo;uioe 
Kpiiaaa .iiiiiiii, .lyi'a, 



, jiai;.ioHenie npK- 



jmmx noaera cnapa.ia, 
T. e. paacio/iHie orb opy^i* AO- 
TOFO M-fccxa, r^k cu&ynjcb BB nep- 
BUH pasi> KocaeTca 

, nani(5aTb, 
IIo,T,yiiii;a , iiaposaa 



Ca;aTic, ynpyrocxt napa npii 
xoja nopiniia. 



C6opin,nKi) 



3KcnejiiTOp i B BI 



cyn,Ho. 
Ptsanie , c't'ienie , najipfai, 



na 



opyjiia. 



pasp-Bsi. 



IIJpaMt, pyCent na jmii,i>. 
JKeaooiiTb, nniyHTOBaib. 
iiapa. 



CocnoBaa jocita. 
CpesanHoecy^Ho, TaKae n o6e3Mai- 

Taniioe. 

Piaarb, pasptsuBarb,- KOjioxb, npo- 
pfctiBaTb, cptauBaib, oxptsbi- 
B,ITL iiypliabiBaib, napy6aib. 

oxpyfiiiTb. 
ji;ocKy. . 



PaspyrauTL, cGiiib, CKpuib, CHGCTH. 
BypomiTB, HM-IiTb aypHoii XO^T.; 
rpecxn npOTiiBi, Btrpa. 

iiapi., pacuinpaxb. 
OXT, oepera. 

i;oueii,T) jta^xbi, ynopp- 
xnxb Jianry. 

Kjiaiiani, paciniipu- 
K-ianani. 
Oxpfoaxi,, Buptsaxb cy^HO. 
OxpyCiiTi Kanarb, RJIX CKOptiimaro 
Bcxyiuenia nojCL napyca. 
^axL napyca. 

HpOHSIlXb. 

BhiKpaiiBaxt, ^tjiaxb KtieMKy, cxpy- 

raxb. i 

flpopflaxbca, npopfoaxb. 
Cxpyraxb B-b yepni;. 

uBaxb wex'jiiKOM'b, upoxani 
cKB03b onpaBy. 



Cut. 



164 



Cylinder. 



6356. to cut wood to measure. 

63!)7- Cut the sail! 

6358. Cutlas, s. 

6359. Cutter, s. 



6360. cutter-bar. 

6361 blacksmith's cutter or hack- 
iron. 

6362. cutter block or head. 

6363. cutter of a boring instru- 
ment 

burr-cutter. V. burr. 

6364. dead-head cutter, techn . . 

6365. file-cutter. 

6366. cutter-hole, techn. 

6367. pilot-cutter. 

6368. revenue-cutter, or reveune 
cruiser. 

6369. roller . cutter for slitting 
iron. 

6370. trading cutter, C 

6371. wad-cutter. 



6372. Cutting, s. 

6373 cutting down (timber). 

6374 cutting down line. 

6373. cutting edge, ' 
cutting file. V. cutter, 
cutting iron, v. 
blacksmith's cutter. 

6376. cutting or paring knife. 

6377. cutting* ,md parings ol 
iron. 

6378. cuttlngti. 

6379. second cutting of a wood. 

6380. Cutwater, s. 

6381. cutwater cheek, doubling 

6382. flaring of the cutwater. 

6383. Cycloid, s. 

6384. Cyclone, s. 

6385. Cylinder, s. 

6386. cylinder-bed, St. eng. 

6387. bed, bedder or nelher mill- 
stone of a cylinder pow- 
der-mill. 

0388. blowing cylinder. 

6389. cylinder bored barrel, m 
o a. 

6390. cyllnder'-bottom . st. eng. 

6391. cylinder-box, St. eng. 
cylinder or case of a CU- 
pola-furnace. V. cupola, 
cylinder charcoal. V. char- 
coal. 

6332. cylinder-charring. 

6393. cylinder co\er or led,, st 

eng. 



debiter les bois. 

coupe la mature! 

loutelas, braquemart, sabre. 

coupeur, tailleur, coupoir, taillant. 
couteau , instrument tranchant; 
cutter, canot, c6tre, chaloupe le- 
gere, corvette; clavetle, trauchet. 



coussinet d'alesoir. 

hachard, laillet, tranche!, tranche. 



porte-lame. 
;outeau, lame. 



ciseau, couteau ou bee d'ane pour 

la masselotte. 
lubricant, lailleur de limes, 
nortaise. 

patache de piloted, 
latache. 

dccoupoir. 



c6tre de commerce, 
coupe-cercle, cm porte- piece, forme- 
trou. 

coupe, taille, deblai, tranche, tran- 

chee. 
abalage. 

ligtic d'encolure des varangues. 
(ranchant, saillant. 



Iranclu'l, couleau ;i pied, 
ferraille, riblons, debris de fer 

roublons. 
retaille, rognures. 
recepage. 
cperon, taillctncr, gorgeie, flethe 

guibre. coupegorge. 
s a ft an de lYperon 
rovers de 1'eperon. 
cycloide. 

cyclone, c?pcce de lyphon. 
cylindre. 

table du cylindre. 
table, meule gisante. 



soufflet cylindrique, souffleta piston 
canon a calibre d'egale largeur. 

fond du cylindre. 
bolle <i cvlindre. 



carbonisation rar distillation, 
couverde, plaque de cylindre. 



, o6cipyraii> ne- 
peBo no ii3ucTHOMjr pa^Mlrpy. 
?ta;i>! (roBopa o ceauaxi. iiapyca). 



; doitoDoe ceepjio, 
mee CBOHMU COKOBUMFI 
yuoipefijiaeuoe SJIH paciunpeniH 
H ,T..U[ crja;Kiinaiii;i upot'BepJieu- 
ULIXI oTBCpciifi; Kyxicpi, na- 
ifipi; neita, pfcmiti, clitiia, sy- 
6iuo. 

}Kc.iiiuuli Cpyci., HI KOiopoxy 
npiiKpiiuacTca csepjo. 

jua o6p-I)3UBania nan pas- 

10^1 MOJOTOMI 
uojoci. H 
, natpom j 



oiptaUBania iip 
y OTJIIITOH BCIUII. 

uaciepi . 



JIoiuiaiicKift ityiTepi. 
TaMOTKOniiLift itynepi. 

Boabinoft piaeui wa o6ptsuBaoia 

,,,.,,,,.,,.,,.. .,.v, JIJICXOBT. UJUI TIO- 



JIOC1. 

.i/iTC'iecKiii KyTiepi. 
[Ipoiar..iHi)!)R>maa Mauiuna; dopo- 



Pyfiisa, ajiita atca. 

KoTTcuAoym.. 

Jleaaec, ocTpaa Macti. imcrpyMee ta. 



HO;KI,. 
oOjiosmn. o6pt;iKii, cia 



poo 
pyx 

Biopaa cipyn-Ka 



UIIK.IOIII, poa'L uif|tOHa. 



HcnO.lHHKI., CTOfllifi XepHOB'b 

HHJiimjipiiieciidfl nopoxoBoft 

IIUU.'B. 

JI,iiannjipn'iecKaa 

mnna, niBejicKie Ml;xn. 



06yr.iiiBanie jepeiia HL 



Cylinder. 



165 



Dagger. 



6391. 
6305. 

639C. 



6397. 
6398. 
6399. 



6400. 
6501 



cylinder-face, st. cng. 
cylinder of a flatting mill, 
techn. 
cylinder-gauge, art. 



hollow cylinder of a fuse, 

art. 

cylinder-jacket, St. eng 

cylinder jaw, st. eng. 
cylinder-lid- V. 

eyllnder-cover. 
cylinder-plate. V. 
cylinder cover. 
cylinder-post, st. eng. 
cylinder powder, art. 



cylinder of a pump, 
roughing cylinders. 



6404. cylinder side rod, st. dig. 



standard-cylinder or plug. 
V. cylinder-gauge. 
cylinder top. V. 
cylinder-cover. 
Cyllndrlc. adj. 
cylindric box of a prisma- 
tic compass. 

cylindric retort for char- 
ring wood. 
Cylindrical piece, art. 



6405. 
6406 

6407. 
6408. 

6409. 



Cylindro-couical projectile, 

art. 

*ylindro-conoida> porjecUle. 



bande du cylindre. 

cylindre de laminoir, espalard. 

cylindrc veilficaleur, cylindre dc 
reception. 



luuilere de fusee, 
chemise du cylindre. 
collet du cylindre. 



orifice du cylindre 
pondre cylindrique. 



corps de pompe. 

cylindres ebaucheurs, preparatoires, 
degrossisseurs. 



bielle pendant?, bielle du cylindre. 



cylindrique. 

botle cylindrique de la boussole a 

reflexion. 
cylindre pour la carbonisation du 

bois. 
canon cylindrjque. 



projectile cyllndro-conique. 
projectile cyllndro-conoldal 



napouaio 



K:i;mC)OpHUti 
HHH iibirlipiui Kanaka CTBO-JOBI, 
pyiuuro orHecTptju,nuai'o opyjr.ia; 
muiniaju,, wa no- 
jiiaMerpa cnaj)f,ioin, 11 aa- 



. BF, Coiidosofi HAH 



Ko;Kyxi, nupouaio niuiiHApa, aa- 

KCT1>. 

IIpuj[uvT>, sanjieuiuix, nojc y lui- 



Ilapouoe OKIIO BT, 

Ilopox'L. cociauauuiiufi H3i. yraa 

npiiroTOiuieiuiaro v% lyryunuxt 



nut npo- 



IIOMIIIJ. 

II.5JOiuiiJT>Jiu: 



a%c;if.3a BB HOJIOCH, 
a pasHo 3.3.11 na'iajiBnaio a;e npo- 



J11CT11, 



maiyni., 6oi:oBaa iara 



Tii'iecKaro KOMiiaca. 

peiopia MX o6y- 



, y uoero uaTypa.ii.riaH 

napa.ue.ii.Ha ocu 



6411. W. valve. St. eng. 

6412. long D. valve, st. eng. 

6413. short D. valve, st. eng. 

6414. is, s. m , m. o a. 
5415. Dagger, s. m. 0. a. 



liroir en D. 

tiroir de Watt, tiroir sai-s garni- 
ture, 
tiroir en D. court. 

dague, poignard. 
dagne, poignard. 



ijOJIOTHllKT, D. 



JlOTHHK'b D. 

KopOTKift no.?ynH.iun r i ipn i iecKiH 30401- 

(D). 



KUpTii;i>. 



Dagger. 



166 



DammeV. 



6416. dagger, shbdg, a term ap- 
plied to any thing placed 
obliquely in a vessel; beam 
for launching a ship. 



6417. dagger-knees, shbdg. 
dagger-piece. V. poppets. 

6418. Dakabie, s. name applied 
to all the vessels of Egypt 
navigating on the Nil. 

6419. nak, s : a kind of boat 
used at the mouths of the 
Ganges in carrying despat- 
ches. It is decked and cop- 
per sheathed; has two masts 
carrying lug sails, and is 
also navigated with oars 
which work on the top of 
a forked standard. 

6420. Dale, pump-dale. 

6421. Dam, s. 



6422. dam-head, 

6423. lower or ebb-side qf a dam, 
down stream slope. 

6424. mill dam. 

6425. dam-plate of a blast-furnace, 
techn. 

6426. dam-stone, tcchli. 

6427. summet or top of the dam. 

6428. upper-slope, up-stream slope; 
of a dam. 

6429. waste wear of a dam. 

6430. Dam, v. a. 

6431 . to dam up a river or stream. 

6432. Damage, s. 

6433. Damage, v. a. 

6434. Damaged, part. 

Damaxcuii-blade. V. blade. 

6435. DamiiNk, v. a. m. o. a. 



6436. 



. 



6437. Damask-steel. 



6438. Damelopra: an ancient 
Dutch vessel with a flat bot- 
tom, constructed for inland 
navigation, and suited to 
carry a heavy lading with! 
little draught of water'. 

6439. Dammer, a resinous sub- 
s'ance, much used in the 
East Indies for paying the 



terme employe pour designer tout 
ce qui est place obliquement dans 
un yaisseau; poutre, qu'on em- 
ploie en'langant un .vaisseau 
1'eau; bordage en echaVpe. 



courbes un peu obliques. 

dahabie, nom donne aux navires 
qui naviguent sur le Nil. 

dak: bateau 5 formes tres-effilees 
de 1'embouchure du Gange em- 
ploy6 au service des depeches; il 
est ponle et double en cuivre; on 
y grce deux mats, qui portent 
des voiles de chasse inaree. 



dalot, ouverture deslinee A donner 
passage aux pompes.' 

balardeau, barrage,' mdle, eclusc, 
abee, bonde, digue, pessiere, da- 
me, empellement, portereau , palle, 
biez. 

tete de palle. 

talus d'aval. 

lancoir. 

plaque de dame. 



h 1'entree de 1'avant-creu- 
set). 
crcle, couronnement, somtue'l. 

talus d'amont. 

deversoir. 

barrer, enfermer, relenir. 

barrer, arreter, faire hausser, faire 
monler, clever les eaux. 

degat, dommage, fortune de mer, 
avarie. 

endommager, deleriorer, degrader, 
raguer, avarier. 

avarie, criblc, endommage. 

damasquiner, damasser. 
damas. 

i 

acier do damas ou damasse. 



damelopre: ancien bateau t hollan- 
dais a fond plat, constriiit pour 
la navigation inlerieure, et de 
maniere h porter line grande 
charge, sans tirer beaucoup d'eau. 

substance resineuse employee dansl 
1'lnde Orientale et qu'on prefere 
a la poix pour couvrir les care- 



yno f rpe6jiaeMoe ^Jia ouna- 
Bctxi) npeiMCTOBTi. nont- 
na cyjint KOCDCHUO nan 
; orj66.ia:6pyci> iipiiKpt- 
.i'raMn KI 6opxy cy,nna 
no sepxy no^nopi. n^ymnxi) OTT> 
cnycnoBUXT> nojioateBi,; KOCBeu- 
Haa HJIH ^iaronajbHaa o6iuiiBKa. 

KniIU,H. 



;I,axa6ii: raKi nastiBaioTCfl set cyia 
Bt EruiiTt MaBaroraia no 



cyjitia, ynoTpefi.iaeMaro 
BI ycThaxi> Panra fljia pasBoaKii 
no'iTH, OHO najiyfiuoe, oCinnio 

M'BJliK), IIM'teil, ^.fit Ma'lTH Cl, 

jiiorepiiHMH iiapycajiii, 11 
na 



OiBepCTie BI> najiyCi JIJH IIOMIIU. 
ujoTHna, noaa, sanpy^a. 



OKOHC'IHOTTb 

HHsniaa 6oiu)Baa 'jacii, 

1I.KIT1IIIM HHK HH3KOfl 

SanojcKaa luomHa. 
T IyryHHaa jnocna, uoKpHBaiomaa no- 
poaiHufi KaMCHB ropita jiOMCimoii 
nein. 

nopon,, TeMiieJb ao- 
iie'iii. ' 
Bepxnaa iioBepxnpcTt, HOJOTHO 



Bepxnaa ConoBaa 'lacTi, ^'anCu HJH 

1IJOTHBH fljia BblCO^oft BO^H. 

CnycKi IIJH BOflocjiHBi (ji;jia cuycKa 

Hia jmmHeft BO^UI) y 
3aliepeTb, 



3anpyjinTb. sarpa^iiTb piiny' IIJIOTH- 

HOK). 

asapea, 



ie, noTepntib anapeH). 
asa- 



pero. 



ciajii. ua no^o6ie 
ofi; nactKaiL cxa.ib 30.10- 
H cepe6poMt. 
Ey.ia f rnuii K.IIIHOKI; KJHHOKI, 1131 



i>, npiiroTOBJiaeMaa, 
KaKT. HOjiaraKm,, csapKOM 
co ciajbK). 



JI,aMeonpa, ciapiraHoe 

DJiocKo^oHHoe cy^Ho yiioipe(5jiae- 
sioe fljia BuyTpeHnaro n^aBaiiia H 
npiico6.ieHiioc ^JIH iiojiuaiia GOJII.- 
rpysoBii, ci MajiUMi. yuyC- 



CMO.lliCTOe BClUeCTBO, 

ynoTpeC-iaeMoe BI Oci 
KJW oKpainHBaniH IIO^BO^HOH 



Damp. 



167 



Dead. 



bottoms and. seams,, of ves- 
sels. For this purpose in a 
hot climate it is preferable 
to pilch; dammer is alse em- 
. ployed in making small hand 
torches to be used in exami- 
ning or repairing ships at 
night. 

6440. Damp, s. 

6441. choke and. fire damp. 

6442. to damp the fires, st. eng. 



6443. Damper, s. st. eng. 

6444. damper for ash-pit, St. eng. 
6443. damper or regulator. 
644C. Dandy, s: a vessel rigged as 

a sloop, and. having also a 
jigger, or.mizen. 

6447. Dark laijileru. 

6448. Hashing (and breaking, of 
.. the sea). 

6449. Datum, 'data, s. 

6450. datum line. 

6451. Daub, v. a. 

6452. to daub wilh a . mixture 
of lamp-black and tar. 

645.3. navlt, s. 

6454. anchor-davit or fish-davit. 

6455. boats' davit. 

6456. davit-chock. 
6437. half-davit. 



6458. quarter-davit. 

6459. slern-davlt. 

6460. davit lopping lift. 

6461. Day, s. , . ; .. 

u'fito; -. t f ., , , 

day-book. V. book. 

6462. day-break. ,. , .... , . 

6463. to calculate the day's w.obk. 

6464. captain .$ the. day. -, k .. 

6465. lo carry or. gain Ihe day. 

6466. day-coal. .* &. : K. 

6467. day's journey, wages or 
work. 

6468. day-labour. 

6469. day-labourer. , 

6470. of or for Ihe day. 

6471. day-spring. 

6472. subaltern of the day, or or- 
derly ofiicer. ..; 

6473. day-work. 

6474. dead block. 

dead calm. Y. calm. 
6473. dead centers of a centre 
lathe. 



lies de vajsseaux; on en fait aussi 
des, torches pour les Iravaux de 
unit. 



humidite,. brouillard, vapour nui- 

sible. 
moufeite ou mofelle, grisou. 

pousser les feux an fond des grilles. 

r^gislre, tirelte, cocarde, papillon. 

ecran de cendrier. . 

papilkm mobile. . 

dandy: navire,gr66 en sloup (sloop, 
cheloup) .el por Ian t , aussi, up 
palan de relenue on un artimon. 

fanal sourd. 

refrain. . . ._._ ., . 

donnee, dpnnees^, repere^ element, 

cole. 

plan de niveau. 
enduire, charger, couvrir, colorer. 

noircir. ,r . 

davit, .davier, minot ou minois, 
moulinel, traversin de herpes; 

davier de 1'ancre. 

davier, bossoir d'embarcation. 

montanl du davil. 

pieoe de bois qu'on place en sail- 
.lie sur les pprle-haubans de mi- 
.saine et au bout de laquelle esl 
frapp^e une poulie, oii passe une 
manoenvre avec un croc servant 
a, traverser Tancre. ',.. 

davier de. gaillard, \ 

davier de poape- 

candelelte. 

jour, clarte, lumijijr,e, journee, ba- 
taille, victoire. -r^i,. . 

poiul du jour, aube, aurore. .f. &,-'. 
faire son point. 

capilaine de service pour le jour. 
vaincre, remporter la vicloire, 6tre 

victorieux. 
premiere couche de la houille. 

j'ournee, Iravail d'un jour. 



Iravail journalier, lache 
d'un jour . 
journalier. 
de jour. 

aurore. poinl de jour. 
officier de service pour le jour. 

jqurnee, route, esUm6Q .d'tin midi ^ 



poulie k moque. 
pointes mortes ou fixes. 



CTH H ::n nil:;i.lli;l ll.'i :i(iiri,, II ju. 

T!iMoninen, ;i;apKOMi, Kinuart 
CMOjt., Urn. HWO 
(jiaitejiu, KAA 
Honnuxi, aGoTi,. 



CUpOCTb. 



sawopiiTB oront; OTrpe- 
CTH oronb KT. sa^nciiy Kpa 

TOnKH. 

Ilaponofi perncTpx, ypasHHTeJib, Bb- 



aacjioHKa y 
J!,IJMOI?OM peryjiflTOpi. 

cyAHo BOOpynieuBoe 
poni H iratiomee 6inaHb na.ocp- 
Cofi 



SJICMCHTT,, ^annua, (J)aKTH.- 



KpaciiTb. 

T IepTnTt, citaaiJBaTL ca/Kew ci 
CMOJOJO ,. 

, 6oKami,H. 



CanoprycT.. 



KopMOBoii. 



,if j 



jI,eHb, CBtxx; CiiTBa, cpaKeaie, no- 



cyxo'inoe cincjenie. . 



Buiirpaxt cparce- 



nie. 



, .-. 

Bepxniu cjioii KaMennaro jrnx B 

OXItpblTOH JIOMKf, HJIH. KOnil. 

.pa6oxa, 



Pascstxi. 
^eatypnti 

CyxoHHoe 



Bpamaxejttnaro 



Dead. 



168 - 



Dead. 



64/6 dead doors. 

6471. dead eye. 

6418. crowfoot dead eye. 

6419. to bind the dead-eyiK lo 
the shrouds 

6480. dead-flat, shbdg: a term 
for the midship-frame, or 
the widest transverse sec- 
tion; it is always distin- 
guished by this mark. (J) 
dead freight. V. h-rlght. 

C481. dead head, suilage piece. 

6482. dead-head board. 

6483. iron bound de-a^J-eye, 

6484. dead lights: ports or shut- 
ters for the stern and gal- 
lery lights, to prevent the 
water from rushing into the 
ship in a high sea. 

6485. dead lock. 

6486. dead-neap or neap tide. 

6481. dead on end. The wind te 
said to be dead on end, 
when blowing directly contr- 
ary to a vessel's intended 
course. 

6488. AeA plate, st eng. 



6489. !* point. 

6490. dead reckoning. 

6491. dead rising or rislngline of 
the floor, shbdg: the rising 
of the midship floor tim- 
ber from the horizontal. 

6493. dead rope. 

6493. dead time of the year. 

6494. dead water, or eddy water. 

6495. dead-weight, a term applied 
to a vessel's lading when it 
consists of heavy goods, par- 
ticularly such as pay freight 
according to thier weight for 
example, iron, lead, cop- 
per ore, coals, sugar, if*l- 
petre, rice ete. Those which 
usnallypay relght according 
to their bulk, those of which 
a ship could in general float 
with more than she is ca- 
pable of containing, are ter- 
med stowage good*. C. 

C496. dead wind. 

6491. dead wood, shbdg: pieces of 
timber fitted togetter length- 
wise on the fore and after 
ends of a vessel's keel, in 
order to form a rising basis 
for the frame at these parts; 
they also afford a stepping 



porKs de rechange pour la galerie, 
en cis que cellos qul sont en 
place fussent emportces; fausse 
porte pour la galerie. 

moque, cap de mouton, poulie a 
moque. 

moque d'araignce, cap de mouton 
de martinet. 

amarrer les caps de mouton. 

piece de construction des maHres- 
couples. 



massclotte (masse de fonte que Ton 
coule a rextr6mito des canons, 
des cyltndros, etc.). 

echantillon ft moulor la masselotte, 
gabarit. 

cap d mwiton ferro. 
faux eabords. faux mantelet* (pour 
les fenctrcft tie la poupe). 



serrure cachec, wrrureaun seul pone 
morte eau, morte marce, bassc 

mar6e des quadratures, 
vent dAbout; vent tout-a-fait con- 

trairc. 



sole de foyer, table de foyer, pla- 
que enlre la poite Jet les barres 
du fnurneau d'nne machine fixe. 

point i nor t. 

route ou latitude ostim6e. 

lisae des facons, llgnc qui marque 
dans le plan d'^levation d'un 
valsseau, rextremitA de toutes les 
varangues. 

manoeuvre dormantc. 

morte saiaon. 

eau raorle. remous, houache. 
morte-charge. 



vent debout. 

billots, courbes, bois de remplis- 
sage, contre-quille; bois mort 



6jioKi, y rananyiH. 
K)<|>epcu BI, imnru. 



npn;i,aiiifl 

I|IOJ>M!.. 



nopru 



Karb, 



iipii;:nnu. 
ConepmcHno npoTannuft (ronopa o 



Fjyxofl 



Moprna/i 
MopcKoe 



Bpe.Ma nx rojy, i KOtoppe 



. 
Cxpya aa uopmoii. 



H3T, 



. T ^ - p ^ , 1 

n oamiMfiioiHifi TOAtKO nacn. Tpio- 
MS. Bi> npOTHBynojiOHtHOCTfc 9TQMy 



no He nio.nin norpyann- 
mifi cyjHO, jraaunacTrx Ntowaffe 



Dead. 



169 * 



Deck, 



6498. 



6499. 



6503. 
6504. 
6503. 



for the heels of the cant tim- 
bers, and several of the floor 
timbers forward and aft rest 
upon them; (Y. wood). 
dead-wood knees, shbdg: 
the upper foremost and up- 
per aftermost pieces of dead 
wood, being crooked pieces 
of timber, the bolting of 
which connects the keel with 
the stem and stern-post. (V. 
stem - knees and hecl- 
knees). 

dead-works, shbdg: a name 
formerly given to a ship's 
upper works. 
Deaden, v. a. 
to deaden a ship's way. 
Deadening, S. 
Meal, S. 



deal-end (when under 
feet in length) . 
rough deal. 



six 



6506. small deal-boards. 

6507. standart deals (such as ex- 
ceed seven inches in width 
and six feet in length). 

6508. deals (under seven inches 
in width), termed battens. 

6509. While deal. 

6510. deal-wood, fir wood. 

6511. wood for deals. 

Debark. Y. disembark. 

6512. Debenture, s: a certificate 
given at the Custom-house 
lo the exporter of goods on 
which a bounty or draw- 
back Is allowed, bearing that 
he has complied with the 
statutory regulations, or paid 
the dutieson these goods, and 
is entitled lo such allo- 
wance. C. 

6513. Decay, s. 



6514. Decay, V. a. 



6515. Decayed, part and adj. 

6516. decayed stores. 

6517. decayed provisions. 

6518. Deck, s. 

between decks. V. bet- 
ween. 
C519. deck-breast hooks: 

6520. by the deck. 

6521. cambered deck. 

6522. deck-cargo or deck-load. 

6523. cross-deck. 

6524. deck-feed pump, hand-pump. 

6525. fall or stepping down of the 
deek. 

6526. flush-deck. 

6527. fore-deck. 
6548. grating deck. 



courbe d'etambot. 



oeuvres mortes. 



amortir, evenler, 6mousser. 

amortir 1'air d'un vaisseaui 

mat. 

sap, sapin, planche, bordage jle 

sapin. 
planche, ayant moins de six pieds 

de longueur, planche courte. 
plauche brute. 

balancons. 

planches, qui ont plus de sept pou- 

ces d'epaisseur sur six pieds de 

longueur, 
battens: planches ayant moins de 

sept pouces d'epaisseur. 
bois de pin. 
bois de sapin. 
bois de sciage, bois d'echantillon, 

bois meplat. 

remise d'une parlie des droits de 
. douane, prime d'exporlation, cer- 
tifical de prime. 



declin, decadence, chute, deperisse 
ment, dechet, delabrement, dimi 
nution, ruine. 

decliner, dechoir, delabrcr, se gater, 
faiblir, s'affaiblir, perir, deperir, 
torn her en decadence. 

gate, hors de service. 

ett'ets hors de service. 

provisions gatees. 

ppnt, tillac, couverte, gaillard, 



guirlandes des pouts, 
au ras du pont. 
pont arque. 
chargeraent ^ur le pont. 

avanl-bord. 
pompe a bras. 

ravalemenl. 

ponl enlier. 
passe-avaut. 
coursive. 



KDHIia. 



KUima HJE CTapBL- 



cyjea. 



; y(5aBHTb xo^i- 
BaH jocKa- 
06pfeitH flocoKi; Meaie 6 4>. 

HOH). 

Fpy6asr, neiiiCTaff, neoGptsHaa 

ca. 
He6ojitmia 6pycoiKii. 



,, a K.IHBOW 6 



601*6 7 

TOBl. 

BaTencti; JOCKH aienie 7 



CocHOBaa 



lOBKy 



na pacnu- 



Jfl Ha BMB031 ntKOTOpHXTi TO- 
; CBH^ite^BCTBO H31 Ta- 

MOJKHH na BHBOOT, TOBapor.1, na 
KOTopiae 



PaapymeHie, 



, DPRXO^HTB BI yna- 

'I>, BT. B6TXOCTB, 



Beiuii npiimejinia 
IIcnopTHBinaaca 



CT> naay6ofi. 



ct 



Tpyst aa najyCt HJIH n 
rpysi 



Pyraaa iiouna AJIS KaMania BOSU aa 

naiy6y. 
noHHJKenie, yciyni. najiyfiu, nanp.: 

AJa yBeaH^eHis BHCOTU 
HenpepUBnaa naayCa, Cesi. 



11* 



Deck. 



170 



Deepen. 



6529. gun-deck. 

6530. half-deck. 

6531. deck and half of guns. 



6532. deck house, 
hurrican-deck. Y. hurrican, 

6533. to lay a deck. 

6534. lower gun-deck. 

6535. main deck or waist. 

6536. middle deck. 

6537. deck-nails. 



6538. orlop-deck. 

6539. deck-plate. 

6540. preventer-deck (loose deck 
of a boat-deck-pump. 
Hand-pump, hand-feedpump. 
V. deck-feed pump. 

6541. quarter-deck. 

6542. sheer of the deck. 

6543. spar or spare deck. 

6544. temporary deck. 



6545. deck- transom . 

tonnage dock. V tonnage 

6546. upper-deck. 

6547. Deck, \. a. 



6548. Decked, part and adj. 

6549. decked boat. 

6550. Decker, s., a (wo or three- 
decker. 

6551. Deciinarion of a celestial 

object. 

6552. declination of the needle 
or compass. 

6553. Decoy, s.: any stratagem 
used to mislead an enemy's 
ship or ships into an incau- 
tious pursuit; or to misgui- 
de them for the purpose of 
eluding the chase of a su- 
perior force. 

.6554. Decoying, s. 



6555. Deed, s. 

6556. deed of settlement of a com- 
pany, C. 

6557. Deep, s. 

6558. Deep, adj. 

6559. deep-sea lead. 

6560. deep-sea line. 

6561. deep-waisted, shbdg: when 
the quarter-deck and fore- 
castle are elevated conside- 
rably above the upper-deck 

6562. deep-water. 

6563. deep in the water. 

6564. Deepen, v. a- 

6565. to deepen the channel of a 
river, a harbour etc. 



franc-tillac, pont, premier pont. 
corps de garde, coursive, coursiere 

pont coupe, 
batterie et demie. 



cabine sur le pont. 

border un pont. 

premier pont. 

premier pont, embelle, converse. 

second pont. 

clous a tete de diamant, employes 

a la construction des ponts de 

navires. 

faux pont, entrepont de fregate. 
plaque du pont. 
pont'levis. 



gaillard d'arrierc, susaine, demi- 

pont. 

relevement. tonture de pont. 
coursive, faux-pont, tillac, pont cou- 

rant. 
faux-pont fait des vergues et des 

mats de rechange. 

barre de pont, barre d'arcasse. 

troisieme ou second pont. 
parer, ponter un vaisseau, couvrir, 
revetir. 

ponte, couvert. 

chaloupe pontee. 

vaisseau i deux ou trois ponts. 

declinaison d'un corps celeste, 
variation de 1'aiguille. 

leurre, stralageme, ruse pour d6- 
router un navire ennemi et e\i- 
ter la poursuite d'un vaisseau su- 
per ieur en force. 



ruse, stratageme employe par un 
navire: en se faisant poursuivre 
par 1'escadre ennemie, 1'attirer 
de la sorte en vue de la flolte. 

acte, fall, exploit. 

staluts d'une societe ou compagnie. 

ocean, mer, abime. 

profond. 

grande sonde de plomb. 

ligne de sonde. 

haul, encaslille, haul encasli!16. 



grand ou haul fond, bonne profon- 

deur d'eau. 
profontie. 
enfoncer, creuser. 
creuser le lit d'une riviere, un 

port, etc. 



e najiy6H jijia 
pyCirn na KyireTCCimxi, cy^ax r r>. 
JperaxcKoe BOOpyiKenie apxujuiepieio 
BI fiaTapeimoft najiyGt H Ha 
u;axi,. 



najiy6a. 
CaiapeHHaa 
najiyGa, MH^ejiB-R 



OpJiont-naJiyGa. 



IllKann,u, 



IlornCb, noKaxocTt najiy6u. 
KydpiiKi. 

BpeiienHaa, ^a-iLraiiBaa naiyfia cfl'fe- 
jiaHHaK , HS-B peft, H sanacHUxi 
cxenen. 

T ]I,eKT,-xpaHeii,i. 

Bepxnaa na;iy6a, 
Hacx-iaxi, najy6y, 

Hyio nacTHJiKy; noKpHXb, 

XHXB. 

iH najryfiy. 



rpexx- 



Ilajiy6HUH, 



Hefiecnaro 



Boennaa xnxpocxB, cxpaxarena; 

HCKyCIBO 



Boennaa xnxpocTi>, cxpaxareMa. 



Tjiy6HHa; Mope, 



Mtcxo. 

r.iy6oKO CHjamee BT> 

xt. 

XB 4>apBaxepi, pfey, 



Deepen. 



17.1 



Demurrage. 



BuftxH Ha 6o.o>niyK> 

.. IIHIIonilJII.I, 



65615. to deepen the water. 
6367. Defaulter, 

ti.'itiS. defaulter book or return. 

l,, l i ','.). Defeat, S. 

6570. utter defeat. 

6571. efent, v. a. 

6572. Defect, s. 

6573. defect iu a gun, from por- 
tions of tin being visible. 

6574. defect in ordnance, art. 

6575. defect in a piece of work, 
It-din. 

6576. ucfectlon, s. 

6577. Defective, adj- 

defective compass. V. eom- 
paMH. 

6578. defective mast. 

6579. Deficiency, s. 

6580. deficiency of a Ciirge. 

6581. Deflection, -. 

6582. deflection of the needle. 

6583. deflection of a ship. 
0581. deflection of shot. 

6585. Deflectometer, mech. 

6586. Degradation, s. 

6587. Degrade, V. a. 

6088. Degree, s. 

6589. Delinquency, s. 

6590. Delinquent, s. 

6591. Deliver, V. a. 



6592. to deliver a cargo: to dis- 
charge it from a vessel into 
the custody of its proprie- 
tor or consignee. C. 

6593. to deliver the fire, art. 

6594. Deliver, s. 

6595. delivery or draught of a 
pattern, techn. 

6596. delivery-pipe, st. eng. 

6597. delivery-valve, St. eng. 

6598. Demurrage, s: compensa- 
tion due to the shipowner 
from the freighter under a 
charter-party, or from the 
individual who claims and 
receives goods under a bill 
of lading, on account of un- 
due delay in the loading or 
unloading of them, or on 
account ol this not being 

.,!,,.,, jlone within the time speci- 
fied in the charier party, 'or 



trouver plus de fond, 
detenu, consigne, delinquent, 
registre, etat de punitions. 
defaite, deroule, repulsion, decon- 

flture. 

defaite a plate couture, 
defaire, renverser, ruiner. 

defaut, defournie. 
sifflet. 

aftbuillement, degradation. 
malfac.on. 

defection, abnndonnement, re volte, 
defectueux, incomplet, imparfait, 
plein de defauts. 



mat defectueux. 

defaut, manquement, clefectuosile, 

imperfectfon, insuffisance. 
empirance. 

deflexion, deviation, detour, ecart. 
declinaison. 

derive. 

deviation , ecartemeni des projec- 
tiles, 
deflectometre. 

degradation, degat, deposition, 
degrader, demettre, reduire, dimi- 

nuer. 

degre, rang, condition, grade, 
faute, delit, crime, 
delinquent, criminel. 
delivrer, affranchir, deploy er, met- 

tre en Hberte, livrer; rendre, 

do nner. 
reineUre la cargaison au proprie- 

taire ou an consignalaire. 



decharger (en tiranl) une arme, ti- 

rer la charge, 
distribution, remise, livraisoii, de- 

livrance. 
depouille. 

tuyan de decharge, de conduite, de 

sortie, d : ecoulement. 
soupape, clapet de decharge. sou 

pape du tuyau de conduile. 
starie, surstarie, sursis, indemnite 

pour surstaries. 



IIopajKCflie, ox6uxie, pasfiHiie, yHH- 

ixoa;enie. 

CoBepmeHHoe nopaHieaie. 
^'".sdHTb, oxfinxb, nopasHxi., 

JKHTb. 

, nopOKi, 



aiua: cKonaenie BT, OT- 
JHTOMI opy^iii HinoTOparo KOJH- 
yecTBa ojiosa BT> OJIHO M^CTO. 
IIoBpeatji,eHiH BI apTiuuiepificKOin, 
c]iy;i,in, n.Jii i ly HI 1. 1;. t \ H ->t 
pafioia, aypnaa 



no64n ) ,6yHT'i> 

He,3,OCTaTKOMT>, 



POKOMI, 



; Mania w> no- 



HC- 



coBepinencTBO. 
HeBipnaa yoasna. rpysa. 
OiKJioHenie, yKioneme. 



oil. Hacioamaro nyxn, 
ie cHapa,i,a npn nojiexi. 

OTKJO- 



; HOBpe;A6He, uopna. 
Pasa; aaoBarb ; oxcxaBnxt , 



; cxeneHL; HKH-B. 
HpocxynoKi, npecxynaeHie. 
BMHOBHHH BT. npocxynnt. 
, ocBo6oa;ji;axi>; 



Bpyiiixt, nepe^aib rpyai BT> 
xo3aiiHa HIH xoro 
OHT. a 



B.ienie' 

ie BepeBKH ci 4 )0 P MOB ' 
Haro cep^e^HHKa. 
BanycKria/i xpy6a iiajiHiuaeu BO.HU. 

BtiiiycKUoti, ox.iiiBHoii KJianaHi. 



ie, iijiaxa aa npocxoK- 
Htie npii BurpyaKi ABU csepxi 



Demurrage. 



172 



Depth. 



in the bill of lading; in such 
a case the vessel is said to 
be on demurrage. 
6593, days Of demurrage. 

Dennet's rockets. V. roc- 
kets. 

6600. Dense, adj. 

6601. Density, s. 

6602. the uniform density. 

6603. the variable density. 

6604. Dent, s. 

6605. dent caused by a ball, art. 

6606. dent, indentation or hollow 
of the bore of a gun, art. 

6607. Dent, v. a. 

6608. Dental, S. 

6609. Dentated, a. and part. 

6610. Depart, v. a. and n. 

6611. Department, s. 
commissariat department. 
V. commissariat. 

6612. navy department. 

6613. Departure, s. 



to grant a free departure. 
place of departure. 

to take one's departure. 
Deposit, s. st. eng. 

saline deposit or salt, st. eng. 
Depresss V. a. 



6616. 
6617. 

6618. 
6619, 



6620. to depress a gun, art. 

6621. Depressed, adj. 

6622. depressed angle, art. 

6623. Depressed pole: the rela- 
tive term applied to that 
pole of the earth which is 
below the horizon of an ob- 
server according as he is in 
the northern or southern 
hemisphere. 

6621. Depression, s. 

angle of depression. V. 
depressed angle. 

6625. depression-or depressing 
carriage, art. 

6626. to fire at a depression or 
depressed angle, art. 

6627. depression or dip of the 
horizon: angle contained be- 
tween the sensible and ap- 
parent horizons. 

6628. depression of a star. 

6629. Depth, s. 



jours de planche, jours de starie 
ou de surstarie. 



dense, serre, epais, compact, 
densite, compacite, epaisseur. 

densite uniforme ou homogene. 

densite variable ou h&erogene. 

dent,adent, sillon, empreinte, creux 

tetine. 

logement du boulet, logement. 



denleler, fausser, bossuer, laisser la 

marque ou Pempreinte. 
adent. 

dente. 

partir, s'en aller, renoncer, quitter, 

abandonner, sortir. 
departement. 



minislere de la marine. 

depart, renoncement, abandon, de- 
sistement; difference en longitude 
(calculee du point de parlance). 

accorder une libre retraite. 

point de parlance. 

prendre son point de parlance, 
depftt. 

dep6t salin. 

baisser, abaisser, coucher par lerre, 
abatlre. 

plonger un canon, incliner une pie- 
ce sous 1'horizon. 

surbaisse, elliplique. 

angle de depression. 

pole abaisse. 



depression, rnfoncement, abaisse- 
menl, .sillon, afl'aissement. 



aflul a depression, 
plonger une piece. 

depression de 1'horizon, abaissement 
de 1'horizon. 



dejeclion de 1'etoile. 
profondeur, hauteur, enfonccment, 
fond. 



HpocxofiHHe 



Pycxofi, HJIOTHHH. 

nJOXHOCXB, KOMIiaKTHOCTB, 

cataxocxB. 

iHooSpasnaa, oflHopoji,Has, o^Hna- 

Kosaa IMOXHOCTB. 

ssopoflHaa, HeoflHHaKOBaa niox- 

HOCTB. 

ie,, 3a3y6pima, 



; noMaiie cjrfejiaHHoe nn- 

, Bu6onua, yMyfijeme B-B 
cTiai KaH.-ua, B% TOMI 



POM1>. 



noMaiie, BnajHny 
m'e, yrjy6jieHie, 

BT> 



OinpaBHTbca, yftin, OTXOJMTB; ocra- 

BJHTfc. 



MopCKoe BijOMCTBO, 

OtKOJCb, yxo^i, oTnpaBJieuie cyjaa; 
OTmecTBie; 



IIponycTHTB; 



CBO(JO^;- 



H3i KOTOparo 
; Micro oxxo^a. 



KOTJli. 

CQJMHOH 



napocTH 



napoBOMi 
, crfc- 



opy^e, 

HaKIOHHHMH 



opyjua. 

IIoHHa'.eHHHH nojijoct; nojipCT. npo- 
XHBynoioatHaro nojiyniapia. 



, iionnajenic. 



KpinocTHoft aa^e 



HaK.ionHOH 



CnHa;eHie cB-fernjia no.1^ ropnaoHii.. 
Tayfinaa, i'.iyf>i>, nyninui; xeMiioxa, 
iap HHOCTP,; rawpoTa; C.TOH. 



Depth. 



173 



Detonating. 



6630. depth of a bay or small 
road-stead. 

6631. depth of a cog. lech. 

6632. depth or drop of a sail. 

6633. depth of the hold. 

6634. to be out of depth 

6635. depth of the port, of the 
valve, st. eng. 

6636. depth of the ship. 

6637. depth of water, ascertai- 
ned by sounding. 

6638. Derelict, adj.: a ship or 
anything cast away oraban 
doned at sea. V. flotsam, 
jetsam, lagam or 

6639. Dereliction, s. 



6640. Derrick, s. 

6641. Derrick, techn. 



6642. floating derrick, used for 
raising sunken vessels. 

6643. derrick and span. 

6644. to descend a river. 

6645. Descension, s. 

6646. Descent, s. 



6647. angle of descent, art. 

6648. descent of a piston, st. eng. 

6649. Desert, v. a. 

6650. Deserter, s. 

6651. agreement bitween two sta- 
tes to give up deserters. 

6652. to conceal or harbour a de- 
serter. 

6653. to give up a deserter. 

6654. to return as a deserter. 

6655. Desertion, s. 

6656. Despatch or dispatch, s. 

6657. Despatch, v. a. 
6608. Destroy, v. a. 

6659. Detachment, s. 

6660. detachment of a fleet or 
squadron. 

6661. gun detachmeat, art. 

6662. Detain, v. a. 

6663. Detained by foul winds. 

6664. Deterioration, s. 

6660. to determine the range, art. 

6666. Detonate, v. a. and n. 

6667. Detonating, adj. 

6668. detonating or percussion- 
cap., art. 



accul; profondeur d'une baie. 

creux d'une dent. 
chute N etarqure d'une voile, 
calaison, creux de la cale. 
avoir perdu le fond. 

hauteur de 1'oriflce de la barrette. 

pontal d'un vaisseau. 
brassiage, sonde. 

abandonne, delaisse. 



delaissement, abandon. 



martinet d'artimon. 
espece de grue. 



grue flottante, employee a relirer les 

vaiaseaux echoues. 
martinet et ses. branches, 
a vale r. 
descension. 
descente, invasion, excursion, pente, 

chute. 

angle de chute 

depression du piston. 

deserter, passer a 1'ennemi, quitter, 

abandonner, delaisser. 
deserteur, transfuge, pied poudreux. 
cartel d'exlradition. 

receler un deserteur. 

livrer, restituer un deserteur. 

declarer deserteur, denoncer comme 
deserteur. 

desertion, abandon, abandonne- 
ment. 

depeche, expedition, expres, lettre; 
diligence, acceleration. 

depecher, expedier, envoyer, exe- 
cuter promptement. 

detruire, abattre, ruiner; raser, ren- 
verser, desoler, de vaster, sacca- 
ger, defaire, ravager, degravoyer. 

detachement, parti, division. 

division detachee d'une armee na- 

. vale ou escadre pour quelque mis- 
sion particuliere. 

canonniers et servans d'une piece. 

detenir, arreter. 

retenu por des vents contraires. 

deterioration, degeneration, usure, 
avarie. 

fixer la portee. 

delonner, faire detonner, faire ex- 
plosion, fulminer. 
fulminant. 

capsule, capsule d'artillerie, capsule 
fulminanle. 



3y6ijaMH Koaeca. 



Bucoxa napyca. 
Fjiy6HHa Tpna. 
HoiepaTb rjiyCuny; ne 

aoTOMt sea. 
BacoTa naposaro OKHa BT> 



cy^na. 

Mopa , H3MipeHaaa JIOTOMI. 



OCTaBjeHHHft, HOKHHyTHft BIMOpt. 



noKHHyre; 

ie iiOTepntsraaroKpy- 
ineHie cy^na BI pacnopaateflie 



Kpani yHOTpefijaeMufi 
opyjifi caaaro 6ojibinaro 
6pa H 

KpaHi> 



H ero 
CnycxHTBca no pfoi. 
HacxosijeHie. 

ComecTBie, cxojii, cnycKi; Hanie- 
ciBie, HaHajtenie; BticajKa, ^e- 
caHTi>; yKJiOHi), uajeHie- 
na^eaia cnapa^a. 
noprana BT> HHSI. 

6t/EaTB. 



6trjieii,i. 
JI,oroBOpi> o B3aHMHofi BH^ait jiesep- 

THpOBl. 



Bo3BpaxHxi>, 
xnpa. 



,3,enema, HHCBMO; oxnpaBJieme; noc- 

ntmnocxL. 
IIocirEfflaTb, 



PaspyfflaxB,Hcxpe6jiaxi,;onycToinaxB, 
pasopaxB. 



9CKa,3,pa. 



IlpHCjyra y opyjus. 



HPOXHBHBIMH 
nop x ia 



nojtexa cua- 

paia. 

BcnwxnyxB, B3opBaxB<;a ci xpec- 
KOMI, sarpeM-BTB, i 



OpynifinBifi, 



Detonating. 



174 



Die. 



6669. detonating composition or 
priming, art. 

6670. detonating lock, or per- 
cussion lock, art. 



6671. detonating powder, fulmi- 
nating powder , priming 
powder, art. 

6672. detonating, quill tube, art. 

6673. detonating tube, percus- 
sion tube, art 

6674. Deviation, s. 

6675. constant deviation. 

6676. deviation from the course. 

6677. heeling deviation. 

6678. lateral deviation, art. 



6679. 
6680. 
6681. 
6683. 
6683. 
6681. 



6685. 

6686. 
6687. 

6688. 
6689. 
6690. 
6691. 



tongitadinal deviation. 
octantal deviation. 
quadrantal deviation. 
semicircular deviation. 
sextantal deviation. 
Dhoney: principal kind of 
vessel used by the natives 
of Ceylon for the purposes 
of trade. 
Dladrom, s. 
Diagonal, a. 
diagonal brace. 

diagonal framing. 
diagonal knee. 
diagonal stay. 
diagonal trussing, shbdg. 

Diagram, s. 
Dial, s. 

dial of a compass. V. com- 



6694. 
6695. 
69,<6. 
6697. 



reflecting dial. 

stile or needle of a dial, 

,$un -dial.,, 

Diameter, s. 

Mmw/ftfafnflffffliQ bore. V. 

bore. 



ot*'n!4 

6699. diameter inside 9f,a,v;egsel. 

6700. diameter outside of a vessel. 

6701. diameter of,,J 



bolt. 

6702. dlamond-hilted sword. 

6703. dlamond T kfl^ ., fl -|/ f . 
6704 diamond-pointed. , 



(id, tool, ^hn. , , ,|; 
6706. Die or dye. s. techn. ' 



. 
6707. bed-die, bottom-die or^lo 



i ii BE ,rKoa 
counter or upper. f|lfl^ 
counter. 



6710. screw-stock and dies, techn. 



composition fulminante, composition 
d'amorce, matiere fulminante. 

platine a marteau ou perculante, 
percuteur, platine a percussiou, 
mecanisme percutant pour met- 
tre le feu aux canons. 

poudre fulminante, fulminate. 



etoupille a percussion en luyau de 
plume. 

etoupille a percussion, etoupille ful- 
minante, tube a percussion, lube 
perculant, tube fulminanj. 

deviation, ecart. egarement, relache 
etrangere an voyage propose. 

deviation constante. 

derivation, derive. 

deviation de long au long, 
deviation laterale. 

deviation longiladinale. 
deviation octante. 
deviation quadrante. 
deviation semicirculaire. 
deviation sextantale. 
vaisseau de commerce, navire mar- 
chand a 1'ile de Ceylan. 



vibration de pendule. 

diagonal. 

tringle ou moise incltnee ou en 

echarpe. 

chassis triangulaire de batis. 
courbe diagonale. 
entretoise, croix de St.-Andre". 
armature diagonale. 

diagramme, coupe, 
cadran solaire. 



cadran catoplrique. 
aiguille ou style, 
cadran solaire. 
diametre. 



diametre conjugue. 
diamelre inlerieur. 
diametre exterieur. 
diametre, calibre du boulet. 



- |; 

epee a la poignee en diamants. 

pp^d^jljM-e.^e, ,, 
burin, losange, graifl._4i918 e % . 

ll'jV ,'jl) -1<J'.[ IJ(I'jl'. 

. ooi JGioii6Jab 



coin, matrice. filiere. 

matrice. 

-/'fnifil ,:i')afi'il;)f) 
mandrin a vis..,,, 



guns* inet, 

lefer. 
filiere double ou ^ coussinets. 



COCTaBl. 



nopoxi. 



y^apnaa cKopocxpt^bHaa xpyfiita 
USB rycimaro nepa. 

,a xpyoKa. 



i; yKjoneme, 
ci> nyxH. 



on nyiH, CHOCI 



KpenoBaa 



caapa^a 



on 



ji;eBiau,ifl. 



cTopony 



nojyKpyroBaa 
IIIet'TepHaa 
PojCt, cyjiiOBi, npeHMymecTseHHo yno- 
na 



JI,poataHie, coxpacenie 



naa pacnopna 
TpeyroJbHaa M 
JI,iaroHajibHaa, K 



pacnopKa. 



icpxeati.. 



OxpajKaxejbHbie 
CiepateHb BT 



nacw. 



CocxaBHoii ^i 



cocy^a. 



ajipa. 



lllnara CT, 6piiMiaHxasiH. 

^ajipeiiHUH KHom>. 

Csepjio, sy6njio wnororpaHHoe. 



Baciia; waxpnua, 4opMa BT. 

.hftajpuHtt'irf! -i- 
MaxpiMi,a. 

.!( fidfi . '> .'' .'lltfO)' 

BopojioKi), 6o.nopT.3Haa 



Die. 



175 



Directions. 



6711. lo stamp in die*, lechn. 

6712. stock-die, techn. 

6713. the wind has dici away. 

6714. Difference of latitude bet- 
ween any two places: arc of 
a meridian coutained between 
their parallels of latitude. 

6715. difference of longitude: arc 
of the equator contained bet- 
ween their meridians sho- 
wing how far one of them 
is to the eastward or west- 
ward of the other. 

6716. difference of range, art. 

6717. Digester, s. ch. 

6718. Digit, s. 

6719. Dilatation, s. 

6720. Dilate, v. a. and n. 

6721. Diminishing Stuff, or di- 
minishing plank, shbdg.: a 
term for the planking 
wrought under the wales. 

6722. Dingy, s.: name given in the 
East Indies to small boats 
hired to attend ships in 
port, C. 

DInnage. V. dunnage. 

6723. pipe to dinner! 

6724. Dip, s. 

dip of the horizon. V. de- 
pression. 

6725. dip, hade or hading of a 
vein of metal. 

6726. dip of the needle. 

6727. Dip, v. and n. 

6728. to dip out melted metal. 

6729. to dip or sink in the water. 

6730. Dipping, s. 

6731. dipping ladle 

6732. dipping needle. 

dipping of the needle. V. 
dip of the needle. 

6733. Direct, adj. 

6734. direct acting engine, si. eng. 

6735. direct defence. 

6736. direct fire, art. 

6737. Direct, V. a. 



6738. to direct one's course. 

6739. Directing, S. 

6740. directing-bar or line of an 
embrasure. 

6741. Direction, s. 



6742. direction of the coast. 

6743. direction of the wind. 

6744. direction point. 

6745. sailing directions. 



clamper, estamper. 
filiere brisee ou a coussinets. 
le vent est tombe. 
difference en latitnde. 



difference en longitude. 



difference en porlee. 

digesteur. 

mesure anglaise egale k % de 

pouce. 

dilatation, extension, expansion, 
dilater, etendre, eMargir, se dilater. 

vaigrage dont 1'epaisseur va en di- 
minnant. 



dingui. 



sonne le diner! 

plongee, plongement, immersion, 
inclinaison, pente. 



pente ou inclinaison d'un fllon. 

inclinaison de 1'aiguille aimantee. 
tremper, plonger, mouiller, enfon- 

cer, canarder. 
puiser. 
gueer. 

plongee. inclinaison, penle. 
puisoir. 
aiguille afmantee, boussole d'incli- 

naison. 



droit, direct. 

machine a action directe, machine a 
rotation, connexion directe, 

defense de front ou de face. 

feu direct. 

faire route, gouverner, courir, por- 
ter, rapporter,faire voile, conduire, 

. diriger, ordonner, regler, ensei- 
gner, instruire, dresser. 

diriger sa route. 

direction, ordre, instruction. 

directrice d'embrasure. 

direction, mtendance, administration, 
ordre, instruciion, reglement, lit, 
renseignement, repere; comite de 
direction. 

gisemenl de la cote. 

direction du vent. 

point de direction ou de repere. 

instructions pour naviguer. 



iimiTonaju>naa 
Bttepi. CTHXI. 

iimpoTbi. 



PasHociB jaiBHocrefi noaeia cna- 



HanHHOBl KOTeJTB. 

Mtpa ( 3 / 4 ; 
PasnrapeHie, 



pasnrapaTBCH, paacra- 



a ofifflHBKa HHffie 6aproyia 
(nocreneHHO yMeHiraaflci. vb IOJL- 



: HasBanie He6oji,niHxi Jio- 
BT, BOCTOIHOH Hfljuii^ nanii- 
H Ha^o6HocxeH cyjOBt 



CBHCTaTL Kt 

ie, nonnatenie, 



Ilorpya;aTb, 



Kynaxb, oKyHueaTb BT, 
florpya;eiiie; 

, Mepna.iKa. 



Mauinna npaiiaro 



JIH <J)aea. 
, npaiaoft OFOHB 
ynpaBjflib; 
o6pam,aTb 



HanpaBHTB Kypci. 
HanpaBjienie, oCpamenie, ycTpe- 
npHKasaaie, 
aMfJpasyptr. 



npaBJienie, jHpeKii,is; HanpaBJieHie, 
o6pain,eHie, ycTpeMjieaie; npmia- 



HanpaBJieaie 6epera. 
HanpasieHie Bivrpa. 
sapyOh-a j(sa 



Dirk. 



176 



Discovery, 



6746. Dirk, s. 

6747. Disable, v. a. 

6748. to disable guns, art. 

6749. to disable a ship. 

6750. Disabled, part, and a. 

6751. disabled gun, art. 

6752. disabled ship. 



6753. Dlsanchor. 

6754. Disarm, v. ;i. 
Disc. V. disk. 

6755. Discharge, s. 



6756. discharge-aperture. 

6757. discharge of a carge, C. 

6758. certificate of discharge, 

6759. general discharge of fire- 
arms, art. 

6760. discharge for misconduct. 
discharge-pipe. \. dell- 
very-pipe. 

6761. port of discharge, C. 

6762. discharge of powder, art. 

6763. discharge-valve of air-pump. 

6764. discharge of water. 

6765. Discharge, V. a 



6766. to discharge an arrow. ' 

6767. to discharge ballast. 

6768. to discharge a broadside, 
art. 

6769. to discharge the crew, a 
sailor. 

6770. to discharge a gun or can- 
non, art. 

6771. to discharge a naval officer. 

6772. (0 discharge a ship. 

6773. Discharging, s. 

6774. Dlsclpllnarlon, s. 



6775. 
6776. 



Discipline, s. 
breach of discipline. 



6777. Disconnect, v. a. 



6778. Disconnecting, s. 

6779. disconnecting gear, mach. 

6780. Discover, v. a. 

6781. to discover an object at sea. 

6782. Discovery, s. 

6783. discovery-ship. 

6784. Voyage Of discovery, disco 

very-voyage. 



sorte de poignard. 

miner, rendre incapable, inhabile, 

mettre hors de combat, 
demonter, ruiner les canons, 
desemparer, maltraiter, cribler 

hors de combat, incapable, desem- 
pare, desagree, incommode, in- 
valide, estropie", endommage. 

canon demon te, mine. 

vaisseau desempare, invalided en- 
dommage\ devenu incapable, mis 
hors de combat. 

lever 1'ancre, d^sancrer. 

desarmer, 6ter les armes. 

decharge; exemption , affranchisse- 
ment, delivrance, 61argissement; 
quittance, acquit, rec.u; reforme, 
demission, conge, conge absoiu 
ou de liberation. 

orifice. 

dechargement. 

cong6, cartouche de cong6 absoiu. 

fusillade. 

conge jaune. 



lieu du debarquement , d6barca- 
dour. 

explosion. 

soupape, clapet de de" charge de la 
pompe a air. 

6coulement. 

decharger, desarmer, conge" dier, li- 
cencier, desenrftler, affranchir; re- 
former; faire feu, tirer une arme 
a feu. 

decocher une fleche. 

del ester. 

lacher une bordee. 

congedier 1'equipage , d^barquer, 

desenroler, liberer du service, 
tirer un coup de canon. 

debarquer un offlcier naval. 

decharger, desarmer un vaisseau. 

debarqueraent, delestage, debardage, 
reforme, liconciement. 

offlcier qui maintient la discipline 
avec rigueur et exactitude. 

discipline, iscipline militaire. 

faute de discipline, centre la disci- 
pline. 

separer, disjoindre, desunir, deta- 
cher, desembrayer, debrayer, de- 
brayer, deconjuguer. 

d6sembrayage. 

declanche. 

decouvrir.ouvrir, montrer, faire voir, 

' deploycr. 

etre a ou avoir la vue de. 

decouverle, reconnaissance, 
navire allant a la decouvei te. 

voyage de decouverte. 



KopTHKL. 

HeciiocoCnuMi, noBpejnTi. 
Tt npeKpaiHTb Coii. 
HcnopTHTt, BaKJienaxB opy^ia. 
OOHTB cy^HO, npHBecTH BI HCBOS 
MOJKHOCTB npo^ojiKaTt 6ofi. 

, HciiopneHHUH, npn 

H6E03MOIKHOCT1> HpO 
60M. 

HcnopieHHoe, noBpea^eHnoe opy 



Cysno o6HToe BT> cpaaieHin HJIH npn- 
mejniee BI Hero^Hocifc oil Cypn. 

CH3TBCH CT> 



Hie, pasp-Bmenie; pocnHCua; ox- 
oxnycKi. 



BunycKHoe 
BurpysKa' 

CflH.H'BTe.IbCTBO 

IIajit(5a. 



Mtcxo BtirpysKn. 



IlepejOBOM, BbinycKHoft KJianani 

nownu. 
CTOKT> BOflu. 
BarpysaTL, paarpysait; BunycitaTL, 

yBOJIbHSTb, OTIiyCKaTb, OTCiaB- 

MTb; paapa^HTb, crpijaTb, BIJ- 

CTp-BJUITb. 

CnycxHTb cxpt^y. 

6aiacxT,. 

co scero Copxa. , : 



Pacnycxuxb, j'BOJiiixb 9KHnasi cy- 

^;na, siaxpoca oxi 
Bucrptjuxh list opyjia. 



na Cepcri MopcKaro oiI)H- 

uepa. 

Paspy/rHXb, BbirpysHXb cy^rio. 
PaspyaseHie, Bbirpyajenie; yBoame- 

aie. 
CTporifi o(j)Hn,epi>, 



Boennaa 
IIpocxynoM,, npecxynaeHie npoiHBi 

.incnnii.iHni,i. 



, ycMoxptxb npe^Mexi. Ha 

Mop*. 
OxKpuxie. 
Cy^Ho orapasjiajomeeea &&& 

xift. 
IlyxeinecxBie R&H oxKpuxifi. 



Disembark. 



177 



Distance. 



6785. Disembark, v. a. and n 

6786. 

6787. 

6788. Disemboguing, s. 



Disembarking , disem 
barkment, s. 

Disembogue, v. a. and n. 



Disengage, v. disconnect. 

6789. lo disengage machinery, 
techn. 

6790. disengaging coupling. 

6791. Disguise, v. a, (a ship). 

6792. Disjoin, v. a. 

6793. Dtsk, s. 

6794. di*k-engine, st. eng. 

6795. disk-valve, st. eng. 

0796. Dismast, v. a. 
6797. Dismasted, part. 
C798. Dismasting, S.J 

6799. Dismiss, v. a. 

6800. Dismount a gun, art. 

6801. Dispart, s. (of a gun), art. 



angle Of dispart. V. angle. 
6802. to do away with the dis- 
part or dispart, art. 



6803. ordnance without dispart, 
art. 



6804. dlspart-sight, art. 

Dispatch. Y. despntch. 
680o- Disperse, v. a. and n. 

6806. Signal to disperse. 

6807. Displacement, s. weight of 
the quantity of water which 
a vessel displaces when she 
is floating at rest; it is the 
same as the weight of the 
ship. 

6807 3 Display of force. 

6808. Dlsploslon. s. 

6809. Distance, s. 

6810. distance between the cock 
and hammer of a gun-lock, 
m. o. a. 

681 1 . to calculate or judge distance. 

6812. determination of the dis- 
tance. 

6813. east or west distance: 
amount of a progress of a 
ship eastwards or westwards 
reckoned in a parallel of la- 
titude. 

6814. in the distance. 

COlo. lunar distance. 

6816. meridional distance, dis- 
tance northwards or south- 
wards reckoned on a me- 
ridian. 



debarquer, aborder, jtrendre terre, 

descendre a terre. 
debarquement. 

debouquer, deboucher, s'emboucher, 

decharger, se decharger. 
debouquement, embouchure. 



desengrener, 6ter 1'engrenage, de- 
sera bray er. 

desem bray age. 

deguiser un navire pour tromper 
1'ennemi. 

dejoindrr, desunir, detacher, se- 
parer. 

disque. 

machine a disque. 

soupage de Cornouailles, soupape 
tournante. 

demater. 

demate. 

dematage. 

renvoyer, demettre. 

demonter un canon. 

difference entre les demi-diametres 
du bourrelet ' et de la plale-bande 
de culasse; bouton de mire. 

egaliser une piece 
pieces egalisees. 

bouton de mire, guidon. 

debander, ecarter, eparpiller, se de- 
sunir, rompre les rangs. 
signal de sauve qui peut. 

deplacement. 



deploiement de forces. 

explosion. 

distance, espacement, portee, inter- 

valle, eloignement. 
postage. 



estimer,evaluer, juger les distances, 
determination des distances. 

distance occidentale ou orientale. 



dans le fond, dans le lointain, dans 

I'eloignement. 
distance lunaire. 
difference de laiitude. 



coin u Hii Cejten,, uca- 



ci 



BHXOJHTI,, 



yaitocTH, 



113 T, y3KOCTH, 

; yc f rte. 



KOJieca. 



cyjiHO. 



XlCffb. 



CO 



BtiHyxt siaHTu, noxeparb 

Cy^HO CO CHflTHMH Ma'ITaMU. 

BtiHnMaHie, noxepa Jiaixi. 
CiracaxB ct K0pa6aa. 

IIOAfiHTI, CiaHOKi Hjn CHflXT, 

CTaHKa opy^ie. 

HojiypasHOcxb HapyKHuxt jia>iex- 
pOBi) TOpejibHaro nosca H j;yjiB- 
Haro B03BHmenia. 

HpHBecxn BKicoxy MymKH na jyjis- 
HOSTB noact HJIH BHCory canaro 
jyjiBHaro noaca opyjia BposeiiB 

C*b TOpeJBHHMTj HOflCOMT). 

Opyaie. y Koxoparo sacoxa MymKH 
Ha syjiBHOM'B noaci, HIH BBicoxa 
canaro syjiBHaro noaca BPOBGKB 
CT> TopeJBHtiMi) noacoMi>. 

Mynma. 

Pasctaxfc, o'liicxHxL; paactaxtca, 

OHHCTHXBCS. 

CiirHa.ii): pasciaxbca, paaoSxnci. no 
CHOCOOHOCTH. 



Pasciosnie, 



Pascxoanie Mea;jy KypKOMi H or- 
pya>eflnaro 



pascxoania. 



PasHOcxB ^o.iroxu KI Bocxoity 
KT. 



pascxoanie 
B ma 
pascxoam'e 



.12 



Distance. 



178 



Dock. 



6811. OUl of distance. 

6818- polar distance 

6819. quarter distance. 

6820. distance run: amount of 
direct progress which the 
ship has made in any par- 
ticular direction. 

6821. to lake up or measure a 

distance. 

6822. wheeling or open distance. 

6823. zenith-distance. 

682 4. Distant, adj. 

6825. Distil, v. a. 

6826. Distillation, s. 

6827. Distilling apparatus. 

6828. Distinguish, v. .a. 

6829. to distinguish himself. 

6830. Distinguishing or distinc- 
tive, adj. 

6831. distinguishing mark for 
meritorious service. 

6832. Distress, s. 

6833. ship in distress. 

6834. signal of distress. 

6835. Distributing box. nozzle 
steam chest, st. eng. 

6836. distributing regulator, valve 
motion, st. eng. 

6837. Dive, v. a. and n. 

6838. Diver, s. 

6839. Dividers, S. 

6840. spring or hair dividers. 

6841. Dividing plate. 

6842. Diving apparatus, s. 

6843. diving bell, s. 

6844. Division, s. 

6845. naval division. 

6846. Djerm , egyptiait mailing 
lighter. 

6847. Dock, s. 

apron of a dock. V. apron. 

6848. dockbanks of a dry dock. 

6849. constructingor building dock. 

6850. dry or graving doek. 

6851. dock dues. 

6852. floating wet dork. 



6853. dock gale-men. 

6854. gravii.g dock. V dry dock. 
6585. hydraulic dock: a machine, 

the plateform whereof is sus- 
pended by chains and casl- 
iron pulleys on the top of 
the frame-work, connected 
with a hydraulic engine. 

6856. inner, wet dock or bassin. 

6857. small \vet dock. 

858. screw dock, consists of a 
platform suspended by iron 
screws from a strong woo- 
den framework. 



au dela des bornes, hors de con- 

cours. 

distance au pole, 
distance de demi-seclion. 
chemin fait. 



mesurer unc distance. 

distance enticre ou de front. 

distance au zenith. 

distant, loin, eloigne, recule, loin- 
lain. 

distiller: degouter", tomber, couler 
goutte a goutte. 

distillation. 

appareit distillatoire. 

distinguer 

se distinguer. 

distinctif. caracteristique. 

decoration, marque d'honneur ou 

distinctive. 

detresse, saisie, incommodite. 
navire en detresse. 
signal de deiresse, signal d'incom- 

modite. 
bolte a vapeur. 

tiroir regulaleur. 

plonger, se plonger, sonder, ap- 

profondir, penetrer. 
plongeur, mourgon. plongeon. 
com pas mathemalique, 
compas a ressort. 
diviseur. 
machine a plonger , appareil de 

plongeur. 

cloche de plongeur ou a plonger. 
division, separation, dislillalion.par- 

tage. desunion, discorde. 
division navale. 
allege egyptien, djerm. 

bassin, forme, darse, chanlier. 

banes d'un bassin. 

forme. 

bassin de radoub, bassin de care- 
nage. 

droits de bassin. 

forme floltante (construction llot- 
tante en bois disposee pour s'im- 
merger de maniere a recevoir un 
navire dont on vent visiter on re- 
parer la carene). 

gardi'S des porles des formes. 

bassin hydraulique. 



bassin de por!. darse, paradis. 

gare. 

caisson, encaissement k vis. 



B r i> 



, Bid". Bi.icTpt.jia. 



PascTOjnuc on. no-wca. 
PacTOJinie ua nocewi. 
UpoiiiPHHoe pa 



; Kanaib. 



annapan.. 



Heciacrie. u 

Cy r iHO Bt CijcTBeiiHOMT. noJOJKeniH. 



IlapOBoii pesepByapi.. napOBoe upo- 

CTpaHcino y KOT.ia. 
PeryjflTOpi., ypaenHte-ib. 



Il,HpKyjIT,. 

IIpy;i;nHiiUH unpi;y.iT>. 



jiyta. 



enie, .niuiean., OT^ienie; paa- 
; , 
Mopcua.i 



CTyneim oyxaro 
CTpOH 
Cyxoft ^ 

JI,eiibni 



JIOKT.. 



C 1 TOpo/i;a 



HeoojiBiuofi 

BflHTOBOH 



Dock. 



179 



Dogger. 



6859. tide-dock. 



6860. dockyard, s. 

6861. private dockyard. 

6862. royai dockyard. 

6863. wood-pile in a dockyard. 

6864. nock. v. a. 



6865. Docked, part. 

6866. Docket, s. C. 

686". Dock*, s. pi the spaces 
between wharfs in America. 

6868. Document, S. 

6869. documents of a shipment, C. 

6870. Dodge, V. a. 

68" 1. to dodge from cape to cape. 
6812. to dodge or pursue a ship. 
6873. DO, s. 
0874. dog-bolt, techn. 

6875. dog-fish skin. 

6876. dog-head or cock, m. o. a. 

6877. iron dog, lechn. 

6878. dog-nail or stub, techn. 

6879. dog-nose hand-vice, pig-nose 

hand-vice, techn. 

6880. ring-dogs, two dogs (with a 
fang at one end and an eye 
in the other) connected toge- 
ther by rings going through 
the eyes. 

6881. sawyer's dog, techn. 



6882. dog-shores. 

6883. sling-dogs, two dogs (with 
a fang at one end and an 
eye in the other) fastened 
together through the eyes by 
a rope, or by a ttrand ol 
good rope yarns woolded 
with canvass to prevent cha- 
fing). 

6884. dog-stopper. 

6885. timber-dog. 

6886; dog-vane. 
6887. dog-watch. 

6883. dog-wood, bot. (cornus, cor 

nus mascnla). 
6889. Dogger, s. a vessel simi 



avanl-port. 



arsenal ou pare de la marine "ou 
maritime. 

hantier ou arsenal particulier. 
arsenal de la marine de 1'etat. 

hefttre. 

aire entrer ou mettre un vaisseau 
dans un bassin, carener dans un 
bassin, donner carene de bassin. 

au bassin. 

abrege, extrait d'un ecrit; marque 
apposee a des marchandises, eti- 
quette, 
ntre-deux des chan tiers. 

document, titre, piece, precepte, 
instruction, enseignement. 

documents d'un chargement (facture 
et connaissement). 

observer, vigier, etre en observa- 
tion; sauter, biaiser, esquiver, 
chicaner. 

capoter. ! % fi t 

garder un vaisseau. 

chien, renard, chenet, crampon de 

fer. valet d'etabli. 
cheville a mentonnet, boulon a men- 

tonnet. 

peau de chien de mer. 
chien de platine. 
pelican, crampon de fer. 



cabochtf. 

etau a main a mors mince. 

crampons a anneaux. 

clameau a deux faces. 



accores. 

crampons a elingues de corde. 



maitresse bosse, cetle qui prend du 

grand mat. 
clameau a pointe et a crochet. 

penon, plumel de pilote, panon. 
quart de 4 a 6, et de 6 a 8 heures 

du soir. 
connier, cournouiller, cornier. 

dogre, navire de peche hollandais. 



1131 KOXOpOH 

cy^a Moryxi, cnnjiaxbca 11 npawo 
Bcxyiiar^ no ; ii. iiapyoa. 



aa Bep<J>i>, 

CTpoesaro jica BT> 
pajixeficxB-fe. 
BBC'CTU cyjHO B 



IOK!;, BBe/teHHoe BI. J;OKI, (o 



BT. joirfe (BI 
npeji;iiHcaHie, 



o rpyat: cepienapxia, 

H (j>auTypa. 
Cxepeii., HC xepaii HST. nn^a; yaep- 



ne xep/ixs 



B^OJI. 6epefa oxt M'wca 
Miicy. 
Ha6jK>^axi> sa 

H3T> BH^y. 

Tarani, cKo6a. 



CT> 

Tio.ieHi.a 



^epesa, Koxopoe 
cxporaioxt. 

Ea6jyiHBiii TBOSSB, itopoxKiu 
CT> 



XHCKH. 
rarta IUH Kprona, 



KOoa , ynoipe6jiaeMaa 
nn.ii>miiKaMH, KOTOpofi nacxn na- 
npaB.ieuH BT> 
cxopoHH. 
CraiieJii. CJOKH. 

cipoirk ct 
napycnnoio. 



Cofjaiifi CTonopi, c'conop^ 
sa rpoxi-Maixy. 



MK)rapi;a W3i> 
Co6aMi,a saxxa, x. e. ci 4 
j(o 6 H ct 6 AO 8 no 



Doldrums. 



180 



Double. 



lar in form to the galliot 
used by the Dutch in their 
fishings; some doggers have 
but one mast, others two. 
nohnie. V. boat. 

6890. Doldrums: seamen's name 
for those parts of the sea 
directly under the Equator, 
where they have neither 
north nor south east trades 
but battling winds and calms. 

6891. Doiley, v. a.: to shingle the 
bloom of iron. 

0892. Dolphin. 

6893. dolphin of a gun, art. 

6894. dolphin of a mast. 

689 o. dolphin-striker. 

,6896. Dome, steam-dome, st. eng. 

6897. Door, fire-door, st. eng. 
0898. Donkey-engine, st. eng. 

6899. Dotted line. 

6900. Double, adj. 

6901. double-acting engine. 
0902. double-acting pump. 
6903. double-banked or benched. 
690 f. double banked oars. 

6905. double bankers: frigates 
which carry guns on two 
decks, having no elevation 
at the quarter-deck or fo- 
/ecastle. 

6906. double-barrelled gun, art. 

6907. double beat valve, st. eng. 

6908. double biting or edged. 
double blast bellows. V. 
bellow*. 

double capstan. Y. capstan. 

6909. double card. 
0910. double casing, 

69H. double cross-head engine. 

6912. double cylinder engine. 

6913. double head or double- 
headed shot., art. 

6911. double headed paddle: a 
paddle as used by the In- 
dians, from the left to the 
right hand alternately. 

6915. double iron, smoothing or 
half-pitch plane. 

6016. donblc piston pump. 

6917. double-rifle, m. o. a. 

0918. double-rocket, art. 

6919. double-shooting, art. 

0920. douqie side rod engine, 
st. eng. 

0921. double socket clutch. 

6922. double-story boiler, st. eng. 

6923. double te if Oil. 

6924. double tenon. 
682'i. double tent. 

0926. double thread, m. o. a. 

0927. double throw crank. 
6928. double tier of furnaces. 



nom donne par les marins aux par- 
ties de la mer sous 1'Equateur. 



cingler le renard ou la loupe; etirer 

le fer sous le marteau. 
dauphin, 
anse. 
baderne, bourrelet, (des mats ma- 

jeurs). 
martingale, 
dome, d6me de la machine a va- 

peur. 

porte, porte de foyer, 
machine alimentaire, petit cheval. 

ligne ponctuee. 
double, faux, dissimule. 

machine a double eflet. 
pornpe a double eflet. 
a couples, 
avirons a couples. 

fregates qui portent leurs canons 
sur deux ponts. 



fusil a deux coups, 
soupape equilibree. 
a deux tranchants. 



courbes surposees. 
double-fouds. 
machine a double le. 
machine a deux cylindres. 
boulel rame ou a deux teles. 

aviron ou pale a double manche. 



rabot a double fer. 

pompc a double piston. 

carabine a deux canons. 

jumelte. 

tir a double charge. 

machine a double te. 

emmanchement a douille. 
chaudiere a carneaux superposes. 

fer en double te, fer de double te, 

corniere double, 
tenon double, 
tente a double enveloppe. 
double rayure. 
vilebrequin. 
foyers superposes. 



HOM JOBJIH, no <J)Opiii noxoatee 
Ha rajioxi>; OHO 6HBaexi O^HO- 
H 



noaoca Ha 



xpimy no^t KPHIHHMI> 



nxa CKoda y 
jiaxi no^i. 



MapxeHB mm.. 

IlapoBoii flmiiKt, iiaponpieMHHKt. 



; ne'iHbia flBepn,u 
.Henna, naposaa BosoKaHajtHafl, BO- 



nil; JiyKaBtift, iipn- 



TBOpHUft 

MainHHa 
Hacoci. 



KaiepHtia Becjia, KOTOPHMH rpe- 
Cyit,' no flBa MeaofitKa Ha 6aHK'fe. 

$peraTbi, T. e. cy^a 
pa.^a opy^iii. 



PaBBOBicHbiH Kjaiiam,. 
Ooojosyocxpufi. 



ManiHHa c^ jiByjM,i 
MamiiHa CT> 

KHHIKV.I, . 



JI,Byx.ionacxHoe BBCJO. 



Cipyn., 

.1*30111,- 
IloMna ci> IBOHHUWB 
JI,ByxcTBOJii>Hi,iH 



ci> ABOUHUMI. xe- 



, 
CTptab6a, npn KOTopoS Ha 



isyxapycHHMH ^HMOBHMH 



JI,BOHHoe 



CKo6a, ABOHHOK 
reHTi. 



JI,BOHHaa BHHiosaa 
KoiOBOpoxi. 



XOHKH. 



Doable. 



181 . 



Dowells. 



'J21). double trunk engine. 

6930. double valve cock, st. eng. 

6931. Double, v. a. 

6932. to double a cap. 

6933. to double down a corner. 

6934. to double upon (an enemy). 

6935 

6935 2 Doubling, s. 

doubling or fir lining of the 

bitts. V. bitt*. 
6936. doubling nails. 



6937. doubling of the sail. 

6938. Douell. V. dowell. 

6939. Douse or dowse, v. a. 



6940. Dousing cbock. 

6941. Dovetail, s., carp. 



6942. common, exposed, ordinary 
dovetail. 

6943. lapped dovetail, lap dove- 
tail. 

6944. mitred dovetail. 

6945. dovetail moulding. 
dovetail or cofferdam piles. 
V. cofferdam. 

6946. dovetail pin, techn. 

6947. dovetail plates, shbdg: me- 
tal plates, formed like dove- 
tails let into the heel of the 
sternpost and the keel of a 
vessel, in order to bmd them 
together. Similar plates are 
used for connecting the stern 
foot with the fore end of 
the keel. 

6948. dovetaii-saw. techn. 

6949. dovetail-scarf, carp. 

6950. dovetail, v. a. 



6951. Dovetailing, s. 

6952. Dow, trading vessel in Egypt, 

name of the baggala on the 
coast of Malabar. (V. also 
Baggala.) ... 

6953. Dowell or duledge. 

6954. Dowel, v. a. 

6955. Doweling, s., carp. 

Dowelllng, s. shbdg. V. 
dowells. 
.6956. Dowells, coaks or coggs, 

shbdg: cylindrical pieces of 
dry hard wood, about three 
inches In diameter, and the 
same in length, used chiefly 
as an additional security in 
scarphing two pieces of tini- 



machine a double fourreau. 
robinet a deux eaux, faces, fins, 
doubler, plier, mettre en double, 

parer, passer au dela. 
doubler un cap. 
faire une come. " 
replier, mettre entre deux feux (1'en- 

nemi). 
doubler une escadre. 

doublage.' 



clous de diflferentes dimensions ser- 
vant & clouer les planches et bon- 
dages. 

gaine. 

Jarguer, mollir, precipiter, plonger, 
jeter, tomber dans 1'eau. 

demi-varangue. 

queue d'aronde, d'hironde, d'hy- 
ronde ou d'hirondelle, adent. 



queue d'aronde percee. 

queue d'aronde recouverte, queue 

d'aronde a recouvrement. 
queue d'aronde perdue. :$;'*' 

moulure en queue d'hironde. 



tenon a queue d'aronde. 

plaques en metal en forme de queue 
d'aronde. 



scie a tenon. 

assemblage a queue d'aronde, d'hi- 
ronde ou d'hirondelle. 

endenter, reunir par des adents, 
assembler a ou en queue d'a- 
ronde, emboiter. 

endentement, assemblage a queue 
d'aronde. 

dow, navire de commerce en Egypte; 
nom, que sur la c6te de Malabar, 
on donne aux Baggalas des Ara- 
bes. 

goujon. 

assembler a goujons. 

assemblage a goujons. 



adents. 



MauiHHa ci. XBOJIRHMT. 
Kpan-b ci flByina oxBep 
yflBOiiBaxb: CKjajHBaxb BjBoe; 06x0- 

flin'i,; ofiniGaxfc; jyuamnb. 
06ofiTH, ofiorHyxi, MHCI. 
3aKpyr.iHXb yrojt. 
OUOHTH, OKpyaiHTt Henpme.ia, no- 

cxaBHXb ero Mes^y flByx-b oraeu. 
06oiixn, oupyjKHXb acKaapy, nocxa- 

BHTB ee jieaifly ^Bxi. ornefi. 



cy- 



KOTOpHMii n 
KHO JJH sa,npafiKH 

nOpTOBl. 

a y napyca. 



; onyciHTL B^pyn, ocjia- 

6HTB, OKJ'HHBaTI.. 

noneperi 4 )aaCTeMa - 

, cBasb ox 

Ho lac ct ^pyro BT. 
jiacroqtaro xsocxa: 
nocp.ejicTBOMi, mnnoBi.. 

3aMOKl Bl BH^t oOHKHOBCHHarO 

jacxoitaro xBocxa. 
CoejHHeHie mnnoM^ n Bpy6Ko. 



Coeximeirie niKnOM'b H Bpy6KOH). 
jiaciOHbaro xsocxa. 



IIlHITb, flSHKB Bi BH^-fe JiaCTOItafO 

XBocxa. 

a CKO(3H BI BHfft ^acxo- 
XBocxa ynoxpe^jaromiaca 

KJIH CKptnTOHiff cxapnnocxa ci> 

KHJCM'B. 



HoaieBKa. 

SaMOKl. B1> CKOBOpO^HHKt, 
HM1> XBOCXOMl. 

BT> CEOBOpOJIiHHKT> 
XBOCXOMt. 



CKOBOPO^HHKI, jacto- 

XBOCXOJll. 

ErHiixcKoe xoproBoe cyaao; xairs 
HasiJBaioT^ xaK;e Ha Maja6ap- 
CKOMT. 6epery apaScnia cy^a. 



KoKCi.-epin'B. 
CoejiHHHXb saMKaMn II.IH 
(niiponaMii). 

ie, CKptnjenie 



KOKCH, HHJHHflpiiiecKieKycKn Kpiir- 
KHFO Aepesa ynoxpeSjaeMbie npe- 

HMymeCTBCHHO 

Hoe cpeicTBO CKptnaeHia 

CO(30H). 



Down. 



182 



Drag. 



her. V. also boxing and 

tabling. 

6957. Down, adv. and prep. 
6958= to go down the river, to 

fall down the river. 

6959. to haul down. 

6960. to heave down a ship. 

6961. down the river. 

6962. to run down a ship. 

6963. the wind is dwwn. 

6964. the wind is right down. 

6963. down all chests! 

6966. down fore-sail! 

6967. down jib and stay-sails! 

6968. down men! 

6769. down with the helm! 

6970. down-haul, or down-hau- 
ler, s. 

6971. peak-down-hauler: a rope 
rove through a block at the 
peak or outer end of a 
gaff to haul it down by. 

6972. down-haul tackle. 



973. Downs: barriers of sand 
along the sea shore, gathe- 
red by the force of the wind 
or waves. Also the name gi- 
ven to the wellknown roads 
for shipping in the English 
Channel, along the eastern 
coast of Kent. 

6974. Downward, adv. and adj. 

DOWMC. V. dOUMC. 

Downing. V. donning. 
Dowslng-chock. V. dou- 
Miug-chock. 

6975. Drabler, s. 

C976. Draft light. 

6977. light draft. 

6978. draft of men: a certain num- 
ber of men appointed to serve 
in one or more ships of 
war. 

6979. Draft: small allowauce for 
waste on goods sold by weight 
The draft usually allowed 
on copper sheathing stripped 
off a vessel's bottom is about 
8 Ibs to the cwt. 

to be drafted. Y. draft. 

6980. rag, s. 



6981. drag-boat. 

6982. drag-box for casting, techn. 



6983. drag-chain, srt. 



bas, a bas, en bas, a terre. 
avaler. 

peser. 

abattre en carene uu navire. 

aval, a vau 1'eau, vers le large. 

couler bas un navire. 

le vent esl tombe, le vent s'esl 

apaise. 
le vent est a pic, il n'y a plus de 

mer. 

a la cale tons les coffres! 
laisse tomber la misaine! 
hale bas le grand foe et les voiles 

d'etai! 

a bas tout le monde! 
adieu-va! envoie! 

calebas, amure des voiles d'etai. 
calebas de gaffe. 



carguebas des basses vergues. 



dunes, collines sablonneuses ou c6- 
teaux de sable qui sont eleves sur 
le bord de la mer. On donne ce 
nom aussi a la rade connue sur 
la c6te sud est de 1'Angleterre. 



e"n bas, par bas, aval, en contre bas, 
descendant, incline, penche. 



bonne) te maillee ou lacee. 

enfoncemenl sans chargement. 

enfoncement minime. 

detachement d'un certain nombre 
de marins appeles ii servir snr 
un on plusicurs naviresde guerre. 



bon poids. 



harpon, croc, crochet, drague, train, 
traineau, radeau, vaisseau a la 
reraorque , remorqueur, ecouvll- 
lon, sabot a enrayer, enrayoir, 
enrayure. 

tlragueur, baleau dragueur. 

demi-chassis infericur. 



chaine d'enrayage. 



Bnnsy; BUIIS*. 

H^TH BHH31 HO 



TaHyxb BHHsi BepesKy: naxaniBaib. 
Kpenrosaxb , Ba.raxb cyjno na (JOKI. 

BHH3T> HO ptht. 

IIOTOHBTB, Iiyc'hlXb KO HMJ CyjHO. 

Bixep'b CXHXI. 



Bixepi cOBctwi, cxnxT> 

Bet cynjiyKii na HHST>! 
OKi.! 
H cxaKcein jojovi! 



Bet na Him! 

Pyjfc na 6opxi>! (npa noBoporfc 

OBepmxan,). 
Hjipa.ii. 



Tajin ,pa oca>KBaHia 
BI> 



yuoxpeCjiaeMUfl WK ocaatn- 
iiapca pen na nnrn> npn 
pH(j)OBi BT. cn.iBHufi vk- 



JI,IOHM, BO.ibwmeHifl oCpasyeiiMa Ha- 
HOCHBIMI, necKOM^ Cjiitab 6epera. 
TaKse nasnanie HSBtcxHaro peS- 
;ia y 
Aurain. 



Emm, ,no cnx'ji nopi; 



K'F> iiapycy 
na HUKnaxt 11 uiKynaxi. 
YrjyojieHie fiesi rpyaa. 
Ma.ioe yrjyfijcuie. 
Oxpa3,i. naBtcTiiaro 'incja Jiaxpo- 

COB7> CT. iaCTHHXT> CyHOBT>, H33- 

HanaeMuxT. NX c.iyH;uu Ha o^;- 

HOM7> HJH HtCKOJIbKO BOOHHHXt 



jonycKaejiu iipn ii 

H Cja'IH XOBapOBt KOTOpUMl n,-B- 

na nasHa'iaexca no Bicy. Bi> AH- 
r.iin ooHKUOBenHo jonycKaexca 
npOBici. na Mt^,nyio o6nniBEy no 

"j-TH ({tyHXOBT. H3 1 H,eHXHepT> 

H.IH na 3 nyjia 4 <J>. 



uyKdipyeMoe cy^no; 



nojioBHHKa OHOKH BT> 
jwa (})OPMOBKH 



Topna30Baa u,tnb. 



Drag. 



183 



Draught. 



698 i. drag-chain plate art. 

6985. drag of a gun, art. 

6986. iron shoe of a drag, art. 

6986 s drag-link 

6987. drag-net: frame with a bag 
net attached for dragging 01 

the bottom of the water, fo 

Hal (ish, or for anylhing lost 

(V. also Trawl-net.) 

6988. put on, fix a drag. 

6989. drag-rop3, art. 

6990. drag-rope of a nel. 

6991. rope-drag. 

6992. drag sail, drag sheet, drif 
. sail, driving anchor. 

6893. drag of a saw-mill. 
689 i. drag-washer. 



699JJ. rag, v. a. 



6996. to drag along. 

to drag the anchor. V. an- 
chor. 

6997. to drag for an anchor. 

6998. stoke to drag a rope at the 
bottom of the water. 

6999. Drain, s. 



7000. drain for cordage. 

7001. drain hole. 

7002. drain-hole of a furnace, 
techn. 

7003. drain for melted metal (in 
a meltiug house), techn. 

7001. drain-metal, techn. 

7005. offset from the drain of a 
furnace, techn. 

7006. opening for a drain, techn. 

7007. side or lateral drain, techu. 

7008. drain trunk or sluice. 

7009. irnin, v. a. and n. 



7010. Drakkar, s.: a kind of large 
boat in \\hich the Norman 
pirates used to ascend the 
Seine about the ninth century, 
in order to commit their de- 
predations. 

7011. nraniin-timber, drammen- 
timber, C. 

7012. Draught. ?. or draft. 



7013. draught bolt or pin. 
"7014. draught chain or tug. 



rosette-crochet, 
brague, combleau. 
brancard. 

me nolle. 

gabare, drague, Iranian. 



enrayer, me It re le frein. 

bricole. 

halin. 

cordage a enrayer. 

ancre floltante. 

chariot de la scierie. 

tlolte a crochet, rondelle. a crochet 



trainer, tirer de force, draguer, re 
morquer, chasser, enrayer, dra 
guer le fond. 

saquer. 



draguer le fond pour une ancre. 
tirance. 

ranchee, saignee; ecluse, .fosse d'e 
coulement, canal, egout, egout 
toir, epanchoir. 

igouttoir. 

lanonniere. 
rou de coulage. 



;oulee, conduit, rlgole, canal de 
coulage. 

esidu de metal, canal (metal res- 
tant dans la rigole aprcs lafonte). 
ichenal. 

uyau. 

anal de derivation. 

lever soir de fond. 

igoutter, saigner, vider, epuiser, 
tarir, assecher, secher, mettre a 
sec v fu're ecouler les eaux, faire 
une saignee, egoutter. 

orte de grand bateau, dans lequel 
les pirates et les forbans nor- 
mands remontaienl la Seine au 
IX siecle, pour y commettre leurs 
depredations. 

lanches et laltes qui viennent de 

Norvege. 
rage, tirant , fraction', courant 

d'air, vent roulis, egout; trait, 

dessin, plan, trace, croquis, ebau- 

che, epure. 



ourt-bouton. 
alte. 



OKOHKa Cl KptOKOMl. 

6piOKi>, cop.iHiii>, fipara. 
6pyci pawn c-iysantiK 
ocHOBanie>n> s 

MoTblJIfiBOH CTpOHTj. 

Mepea:a, ojieieni,, pj,i6o.Toiiiias c-hTi,. 



Bniesa, .i 
BepeBiia y neBO.ua. 
i.ia 



cam?. 

H npyn,, niafiCa CT. 
. iiOMtmaejibift e;K,ny HCKOIO 
n Konnojii> cryriHUbi. 
TauniTb, xacKari., 6yncHpoBaTi>; rop- 



OTnci;iiBaTT. noTepauHbifi aKopB KOIH- 

KOK). 

IIJecTT, ,ijia Boaoienia fpajia no jny. 



POBT,, ];onaHb: cwmafl, 
Tpy6a. 



PimeTua RJIX cioua CMO.ILI ct na- 

CMOJeHHOH BepeBKII 

BoflHH^a. 

BanycKHoe OTBepciie HJIH OIKO MX 



BT> 

CT, BbinyCKIIHJi'b 

T, ocTaromiHea no OTJUIBK-E BT> 



no KOTOpoiiy pacn.iaBj/ie 
MHH iteiajijTb Te'iexi. B'B ({topny. 
OTBepcxie iJia asejioSa HJIH Tpy6w. 

OTBo r HHaa ,-rpy6a. 
CnycKT> n JH 



b, cxeKaxb, x- 

CTOKT). 

OOJblHOH .10J.KII, BT> KOTOpOH 
IX B'tllil ^tjia.lH Jia- 

6epera CeHu. 



, Ha.3Lir,aH)Tca JOCKII, npuBosn- 
H3T, HopseriH. 

iara; sosiia, B037>; uo- 
TOKI, iniTbe, nanHTOKi.; Tona; 
CKB03HOH Btrep^; yr-iyCjenie cy- 
, oScToanie BT> rpysy; 
KOHUOIITT,; MepTea;*, na- 
Mepianie; ironic,' cnHCOKT>, Tpa- 

CHpOBKa. 



yncHpnaa 



Draught. 



184 



Draw . 



7015. draught or draw of a pat- 
tern, techn. 



easy draught. Y. light wa- 
ter draught. 

7016. draught edge. 

7017. draught eye or h(Ue. 
701 7 2 force Of draught. 

7018. full size-draught of carpen- 
ter's work. 

7019. draught-furnace. 

7020. light-water-draught.-the depth 
of water which a vessel dis- 
places when she is afloat, 
if unloaded. 

7021. load water draught: the depth 

of water, which a vessel 
displaces when she is afloat, 
if fully laden. 

7022. to make the first sketch or 

draught.) 

7023. rough draught 

7024. sheer draught. 

7025. draught of a Ship. 

7026. Ship Of great draught of 
water. 

7027. draught of water. 

7028. Draught, v. a. 

7029. DraughtMinan, s. 
Draw. V. draught of a 
pattern. 

7030. draw-back, G. 

Draw- bellow N. V. I mi her- 
holes. 

7031. draw-bench, techn. 

7032. draw-boring, m. 0. a. 



draw-plate. V. drawing- 
plate. 

7033. draw-point, techn. 

7034. draw-spring for ships cables 
and towing lines. 



7035. Draw, v. a. and n. 

7036 to draw aft. 

7037. to draw bore, m. o. a. 



7038. to draw a certain depth of 
water. 

7039. to draw the charge of a gun, 
art. 

7040. to draw the enemy into an 
ambuscade. 

7041. to draw or finish off with 
a fine file, techn. 



depouille. 



arete vive. 

regard. 

force de traction. 

etelon. 

fourneau a vent. 

tirant d'eau d'un navire sans char- 
gement. 



tirant d'eau d'un navire avec un 
chargement complet. 



croquer. 

I- h;i! id if. brouillon. 

plan d'elevation ou de longueur. 

gabari. 

vaisseau qui tire beaucoup d'eau, 

d'un grand tirant. 
tirant d'eau. 
dessiner, rediger, dresser. 

dessinateur, cartographe. 



rabais, prime d'exportation, de- 
compte. 



bane a tirer. 

operation de polir avec de 1'emeri 
I'interieur du canon d'une cara- 
bine, enla^ure, poli. 



pointe a tracer. 

appareil cyjindrique (espece de 
tampon a bandes en caoutchouc), 
destine a donne plus d'elasticite 
aux cable, et aux remorques, 
ainsi que pour attenuer le recul 
et le choc). 

tirer, trainer, amener, arracher; 
dessiner, dresser, tracer, repre- 
senter; sucer, aspirer, atlirer, 
gagner, porter. 

ordonner. 

enlacer r polir I'interieur du canon 
d'une carabine. 

gueier. 

'decharger, desarmer un canon. 

altirer 1'ennemi dans une embus- 
cade, 
polir. 



BCpeBOKl, Ct fJ)OpM6H- 

Haro cepieiHHKa, 
ero npn HaroxoB^eaiH 



JJosopaoe oxsepcxie. 

T-iryiaa CHaa, xaryiecxb, cma BJC- 



a IUOXHIIIHOH pa6oxt,t. 
Jtyxosaa, 



rpysa. 



cy^na ci IIOJHMMI rpy- 



oiepKi, acBnsi, 



CyjiHO, HMiiomce Gojibinoe yrjiy(>jie- 

Hie. 

YrjiyojeHie BT> BOjd;. 
HaiepiiiTB, naSpocaifc, 



Bo3Bpau;eHie 



cjyiaaxi.. 

CxaHOK'f. RAX BOJOTCHia 3Rejt3HOM 
npOBOJIOKH. 



pyinaro ornecTp-BJbHaro opystin 



Jl,opo;KHHKT,, 
Annapait, CT> 



xeci>- 

OCTH 

npe^y- 



Kaiiary njn CyKCiipy, 

paspsisa HXI 



xainnxt, BOJOIHXB: 
, npHBJieKaxi.; pncoBaxt, 
; cocaxt, 



OXXO^HXB (roBOpa o stxpi), 

rHBaxbca (roBOpa o 
IlojinpoBaxt BnyxpeHHocxB K 

pyqnaro opyau'a nonomi.10 



nsBtcxiroe yrjiy^jienie BI 
BOJ-B-. 
Paspajinxi. 



SasecxH nenpiaxejia BI, saca^y, Ha- 
BBCXH Henpiaxejfl na sacajiy. 



Draw . 



185 



Dredging. 



1042. to draw the fires, st. cng. 

7043. to draw a furnace, techn. 

1044. to draw or let off water. 
"7045. to draw a nail, techn. 

7046. (0 draw off, teclm. 

7047. to draw off or retire. 

7048. to draw out. 

7049. to draw pay and allowances. 

7050. to draw a plan. 

7051. to draw a plan on a small 
or reduced scale. 

7052. to draw rough. 

7053. a sail draw* (when it is 
filled by the wind). 

7054. to draw swords. 

7055. to draw up. 

7056. to draw up by attraction or 
suction . 

7057. to draw upon a ship. 

7058. to draw the wad. 

7059. to draw wire. 

7060. Let draw! order to let the 
wind take the after leaches 
of the head sails over to the 
lee side, when the ship has 
come sufficiently round in 
the act of tacking. 

7061. Drawer, S. 

7062. fuse-drawer, art. 



7063. Drawing, S. 

7064. drawing awl, techn. 

7065. drawing knife, techn. 

7066. lithographic drawing. 

7067. drawing mill. U'chn . 

7068. drawing pen, techn. 

7069. plan drawing, techn. 

7070. drawing rations. 

7071. drawing rough. 

7072. drawing water. 

7073. drawing wire. 

7074. wire drawing plate, techn. 

7075. Drawn up. 

7076. Dredge, s. 

7077. Dredge, v. a. 

7078. Dredger, s. 

7079. Dredging boat. 

7080. dredging machine or vessel. 



PARTS: 

1) the pitch chain. 

2) the ladder. 

3) the rollers for pitch chain. 

4) the lop tumbler. 

5) the bottom tumbler. 

6) the buckets. 



jeter bas, eteindrc les feux. 

mettre le fourneau hors feu. 

saigner; faire ecouler les eaux. 

declouer, d6senclouer. 

tirer. 

battre en retraile, se retirer. 

elirer, allonger, rallonger, arracher, 

etendre, detailler. 
toucher la solde el des appointe- 

mens. 

faire un dessin, dresser un plan- 
reduire un plan au petit pied. 

ebaucher. 
la voile porte. 

mettre 1'epee a la main, tiref Te- 
pee, degainer. 

mettre en ordre, ranger, former, 
porter. 

aspirer. 

gagner un vaisseau. 

debourrer. 

ebroudir, trefiler; degrossir le fil. 

lache! 



tireur. 
tire-fusee. 



dessin, plan, trace, art de dessiner, 

halage. 

alene a bredir, passe-corde. 
ciseau a main, plane, 
dessin lithographic, 
tirerie, trefilerie. 
tire-ligne. 
dessin des plans., 
prise de rations, reception de ses 

vivres. 

ebauche, esquisse. 
puisage. 

ebroudage, tirage de HI. 
filiere. 
range, forme place. 

drague. 

draguer. 

cure-mole, dragueur. 

ponton a curer, a creuser. 

dragueur, draguage, machine a cu- 
rer, cure- mole, machine a creu- 
ser, bateau Cochaux, bateau dra- 
gueur. 



PARTIES: 

chaine sans fin. 
plan incline. 

rouleaux, 
tambour du haut. 
tambour du bas." 
godets. 



3arpeciH, iioxynmxb orout. 



CnycTHTB 
Buxaiiuixb 

TflHyXt, BHXflrHBaXf, 

Oxcxyiiaxt. 

BwxarHBaxb, npoxariiBaTb. 

Ilojyiaxb 



CocxaBJisxb 

CoCXaBJIflXb 



BT> 



Ilapyci. 



06H05KHTB mnary. 



HHH 

BcacuBaTL . 



CKBOS& 



BOJIOHHJItHK). 



Mamima 

BUXT> H 

H rpanart. 
, njant 
pHcosame. 



cxpyn, 



pncyaoKt. 



njiana. 

, nojy u enie -nopuin, 



9CKH3T,, MCpHOBOH 



HocxpoeHHun, nocxasjeHHtra BT> 



HepnaKi, KOBIHI. 
Hepnaxt, ^HCXHXB piny. 

iianinna. 

HOHXOHI. 



PoyjitCH 
BepxHifi 
HHjRHift 6apa6ani 
Hepnara. 



' Dregs. 



186 



Drill. 



7081 Dregs. 

7082. Dress, s. 
"083. drill-dress. 

7084. fatigue dress. 

7085. full dress. 

7086. head dress. 

7087. undress. 

7088. Dress, v. a. and n. 



7089. to dress a casting. 

7090. to dress the guns, art. 

7091. to dress hemp, techn. 

7092. to dress an iron pin, iron 
bar, etc. 

7093. to dress a ship. 



7094. Dressing, s., teohn. 

7095. dressing plate, techn. 

7096. Drift, S. 



7097; cartridge drift or former, 
art. 

7098. drift of a current. 

7099. drift for filling carcasses and 
light balls, art. 

7100. drift for the fuze-composi- 
tion of carcasses, art. 

7101. hollow drift. 

7102. ice-drift. 

7103. drift-rail. 



7104. drift sail. 

7105. to shoe or tip the drifts 
with brass, art. 

7106. solid drift, art. 

7107- spoon or spoom drift. 

7108. steel drift. 

710!). drift way. 

7110. drift wood. 

7111. Drift, v. a. and n. 



7112. to let drift. 

7113. Drill, s. 

7113. armourers drin y techn. 
7115. drill-bow, techn. 



lie, rache, effondrilles. 

vetement, mise, tenue, parure. 

tenue d'exercise. 

tenue de corvee ou des travailleurs. 

grande tenue. 

coiffure. 

petite tenue. 

habiller, parer, ajuster, accommo- 
der, raccomoder, aligner, s'ali- 
gner, equiper: ebarber, dema- 
niller, trousquiner. 

demouler, ebarber, decrotter une 

piece, etc. 

egaliser les bouches a feu. 
broyer du chauvre. 
dresser, redresser un clou, etc. 

decorer, pavoiser, garnir un vais- 
seau de pavois, pavilions, flam- 
mes, etc. 

ebarbage, demon lage. 

plaque^ dresser, marbre. 

but, dessein, objet: portee, derive; 
passage, chemin. gallerie; re- 
poussoir, chassoir; baguette a 
charger, baguette en massif ou 
d'artiflce: rabatftie du gaillard ou 
de la dunette: mandrin a raies, 
chasse a percer. 

massif. 

force d'un courant. 

baguette a charter les balles a feu, 

les balles a eclairer. 
baguette servant ft charger les trous 

d'amorce des boulets incendiai- 

res. 

baguelto creuse. 

glaoons flolfanls, glace flottante. 
lisse de platbord de gaillard, ra- 

battue fla parlie de la muraille 

qui forme 1'enceinfe des gaillards 

et de la dnnette). 
arceau . 

garnir 'do cuivre les baguettes a 

leur extremite inferieure. 
baguette massive. 

poussiere d'eau de mer, ecume et 
debris des vagues. 

ciseau en acier. 

accotement de route, derive. 

bois flotte, bois echappe". 

pousser, chasser: mettre en has; 
s'amonceler; deriver, etre on al- 
ler en derive: Hotter, charrier. 



laisser deriver. 

exercise, ecole, instruction, manoeu- 
vre; drille, vri|le, foret, vilebre- 
quin, taraud, touret, trepan, me- 
che, tariere. 

tarand a quille, quille. 

arch^t, archelet. 



HOJJOHKH, oca^oirr. CMOJIIJ. 
3KinmpOBK.i, aiiyHHuia. 
Oieajja na Bpesis y 



, napa^naa (])opMa. 



, o6biKHOBeHiiaa 
yh-pauiaTi,, ycrpoiiBaTi,; 
crjia;HBaTb, BiinpaM- 
, pa3o6ma f n., paseaimiiTt, oc- 

(rOBOp/1 MaCTflXl Ma-. 

IIIHHHJ. 

ii3i> ^opjiu oxjiiiTyio neiub, 

ee. 

opyji.i 

TpeiiaTb, nfimaTB iieufcuy. 
BbinpaMiiTb, BbinpaBiiTB rB03j(L aie- 

.TB3HHH lIpyTT. II T. II. 

(ji.ianiMii. 



, ycianoBKa. 
pa nojinponani,i, 



O'linueiiic, 



H'B.ii>,CTpeMjieHie,HaM'i;peiiie;;iipeH(j)i,; 
npnQoHHiiKT,; oyxoft 
Hiiuoiinma oeai. iiyciOTia; 



Tjiyxou iiaooiiHUKT,, 
nycTOTbi. 



6e3'i> 
HainiiKH rpaflarb H 



1'jyxoH 
1 iviyxaro cocxaBa BI, paKexy. 



T, Cl> 1IVCTOTOK). 



JI,pii(|)TOBi.ia pbi6nni>i. uopTOBue nap- 
IIIKU.I. 



napycT> 

i ai;opb. 
i;oHeu,T. iipoooiiHHKa 



L, llpn6oflHHKT, 6e3 



, Bojaiiaa 



llanpaiueiiie apefi*a. 
ft .TBCI. 



anociiTb, 

Kon.iaTbca, IIITII ^peihjiojrb, na- 
.laib no.ii) Btxepi., ,npefi(J>OBaTb; 
ciuaB-iaTi,", iiecmcb, H,ITH (roBopa 
o .ibjtf;). 

cTHib r npe'3(j)OBaTb. 

HO TCTCHiK). 

; cnepjo, Hanapi.?, 



CTBOJia BHHTOBLIXl nap'l)30BB. 



Drill. 



187 



Driving. 



7116. drill-box, techn. 

"7117, drill or breast plate, techn. 

7118 bushing drill, art. 

7119. gun drill, art. 

7120. drill ship. 

7121. drill stock or piercer. 

7122. Drill, v. a. 

7123. Drilling, s. 

7124. drilling machine, techn. 

7125. Drip pan, st. eng. 

7126. drip-pipe, st. eng. 

7127. drip-stone: a familiar name 
given by seamen to a filte- 
ring stone. 

7128. Drive, v. a. and n. 



7129. to drive away. 

7130. to drive back. 

7131. to drive bodily upon a coast. 

7132. to drive cask hoops. 

7133. to drive from the anchors, 

7134. to drive hoops on a mast. 

7135. to drive in or into. 

7136. to drive to leeward.. 

7137. to drive or start a bolt. 

7138. to drive a tenon in its mor- 
tise, techn. 

7139. to drive a vessel on shore. 

7140. to drive with the anchor 
ahead. 

7141. to drive with the tide. 

7042. to drive with the tide against 

the wind. 
7143. Driven, part. 



7144. to be driven, techn. 

7145. to be driven into a harbour 
or road. 

7146. to be driven out to sea. 



7147. Driver, s. 



7148. driver-boom, 

7149. pile driver, monkey, techn. 

7150. driver screw or turn-screw, 
techn. 

7151. steam-engine driver, st. eng. 

7152. Driving, s. 

7153. driving back. 

7154. driving- or starling boll, 
lechn. 



cuivrot, bobine, boite a foret. 
plastron, conscience. 

taraud pour la lumiere. 
service des bouches a feu. 
vaisseau destruction, 
boite a foret. 
exercer, dresser; forer. 
exercise, manoeuvre; forage, 
machine a forer, h percer 
auge a huile. 

tuyau de la boule. 
nom familier donnc par les marins 
au (litre. 

pousser, forcer; chasser, enfoncer, 
ficher, conduire, mener, tendre, 
entrainer, contraindre, porter, re-r 
duire; deriver, aller en derive; 
perdre fond. 

cloigner, chasser. 

reponsser, refouler, ramener. 

deriver par le travers sur une c6te. 

rebatlre un tonneau. 

se filer sur les ancres. 

billarder. 

enfoncer, cogner, faire entrer de 
force. 

deriver, abaltre. 

chasser de force une cheville. 
engraisser. 

forcer un baliment a faire c6te. 

deriver, derader , abatlre, arer, chas- 

'ser sur ses ancres. 
deriver avec, a la faveur de la 

maree. 
cajoler la maree. 

pousse, chasse, force. '": 



etre mene. 

investir. 

derader. 



chassoir, mattoir, mouton, repous- 
soir; chasse-poignee, chasse-pom- 
meau, pousse-balle, baguette a 
charger; paille ou flcche en cul, 
tape-cul; brigantine, buttoir ou 
toe de Parbrc. 



boulehors de paille en cul. 

moulon. 

tournevis. 

conducteur, moteur. 

but, tendance, derivee, derive. 

refoulement. 

chasse-botte, repoussoir a manche. 



Cuep.mji,uuH iiaxpoin.; mny.ii.Ka. 
YiiopHbifi HaKoneHiuiK'b y KOJIOBO- 

poxa. 

MexiuKi. i.ia 3ana.ia. 
HymeiHoe yneHte. 
Jve6Hu\i K0pao.ib. 
Ilaxpoiri. wa CBep.ia. 
OiSyiaxb; 



cxaHom,. 

HpoxiiBCHb jjra coijHpania cieKaio- 
m,aro CT, Hac'reft nexanHSMa Mac.ia. 
OxjiHBHaa ipy6a Teiuofi BO^U. 

uaauBaioTi. Maxpocu BOKOOIJI- 

CTHTejSHBIH, ({iHJfcTpHpHLlfi i:a- 
M6HI>. 

ixaxb, iipaBHTt; 

BfOHSTb 
B63Tn, 



OiroHsxb, paarouaxb. 
OxfinBaTb, oxpaaiiTb. 
BajiHTb BctM-b JiaroMi na fiepert. 
HaKo-iaMBBaib o6pyHH na 
Jlpeii(})OBaTb ci aKopefi. 
6yrejiH na 



Bt-' 



yBajHEaxbca 



Ha oeperx. 



mnm> 

, BUCKOHHTb Cl 

CT, 



.pa Btixoj.a KopxioK) ns'b ysK 
JIj)efiif>OBaTb ci 



, ^peti(|)OBaTb ct 



, BOHTHH; CHTH 

CCHflblM'b Bl MOpe, II JH 6bITb HO- 
CHMHMT. B'b MOpi. 

BblTb SarHaHHHMT,, BKOJIOieHHklM'b, 
TBOSAii HJIH 6o.lT"E. 

saHeceHHUiri. BT. raBaiib nia 
na pefi^'b. 
BUTI. neceHHbiJiT, BT. jiopi, 6biib 



npo- 



H yiii B'f, nope. 
KononaTua; 6a6a y Koiipa; 



nacxaBKa JPH naKo- 
ninaa;Haro HJII 
ca6eJbnaio e^eca Ha cxepinenb 
naxo^amiiica iroji,'r. jiesseeMT.: na- 



na 



Baoa y Konpa. 
OiBepiKa. 

,HBiiaiHTeJib napOBofi Mapinau (napt). 
LJ,tjb, cxpeMJieHie, ji 
Oxunxie, oxpan^enie 

cjiyai 

Coaxa. 



Driving. 



188 



Drnm. 



7155. driving from au anchorage. 



156. driving hoop. 
71 57. driving puuch, m. o. a. 

7158. driving shaft. 

7159. driving of a ship near the 
coast. 

7160. driving a tenon into its mor- 
tise, techn. 

7161. driving trim or working 
state of a furnace, techn. 

7162. uniform driving, techn. 

7163. driving wheel., 

7164. Drizzle, v. a. 

71 60. Drizziing-rain, s. 

7166. Droit of the Admiralty: ves- 
sels improperly captured be- 
fore a declaration of hosti- 
lities. 

7167. Dromon : vessel navigated 
with oars, employed as late 
as the sixteenth ceutury in 
military expeditions as well- 
as in commercial adventures. 

7168. Droop, V. a. 

7169. to droop at steam and stern. 

7170. Drooping or winking of 

the metal, drooping of the lip, 
running or spewing of the muzz- 
le, art. 

7171. Drop, s. 

7172. drop flue boiler, st. eng. 

7173. drop of a sail. 
T174. Drop, v. a. and n. 



to drop anchor. Y. anehor. 

7175. to drop astern. 

7176. the main topsail drop*, 17 
yards. 

7177. to drop a ship. 

7178. Dropping out. 
1479. Dropping the colours. 
7180. Droaa, s. 



7181. dross of yellow copper. 



7182. Drown, V. a. 

7183. Drudge s. 

7184. Drum, S. 

barrel or shell of a drum. 
Y. barrel. 

7185. bass drum. 

7186. batter head of a drum. 

7187. batter hoop and snare hoop 
of a drum. 

7188. beat of drum. 

7189. by beat of drum. 

7190. to beat the drum. 

7191. braces of a drum. 

drum of a capstan. V. Caps- 
tan. 

7192. arum-carriage. 



deradage. 

frette. 
chasse-noix. 
arbre moteur. 
atterrage. 

engraissement. 

allure, marche du haul fourneau. 

marche reguliere. 

roue motrice, grande roue d'en- 

grenage. 
bruiner, brouillasser , pleuvoir a 

petites gouttes. 
bruine. 
vaisseaux improprement captures 

avant la declaration des hostilites. 



sorte de navire a rames employe 
depuis les bas-ages jusqu'au XYl-e 
siecle, dans les expeditions miii- 
taires ainsi que pour les opera- 
tions commerciales. 

pencher, laisser pencher. 

arquer. 

egueulement des bouches a feu. 



goutte; bascule. 

chaudicre a flamme renverse'e. 

chute, etarqure, hauteur d'une voile. 

laisser, quitter, lacher, jeter, lais- 
ser, aller on tomber, d^goutter, 
d6couler. 

rester de 1'arriere. 

le grand hunier a dix-sepl verges 

de chute, 
laisser un vaisseau de 1'arriere. 

fuite. 

salut de drapeau. 

laitier; ecume, crasse, merde, chias- 

se. machefer, scorie, cendree, 

rebut, 
arcot. 



noyer, plonger, inonder, submerger. 
goujat, marmiton, mousse, 
tambour, caisse; tambour de cour- 
roie. 



grosse caisse. 
peau de batterie. 
grands cercles de caisse. 

batterie. 

tambour battant. 

battre la caisse ou le tambour. 

tirants, cordes. 



collier de tambour. 



J'Heceaie WH BHHOCB cyma CT> 
aKopnaro Mtcxa stxpoiii HJIH xe- 



06oiiMa, 



ie cyjiea KT, 6epery, 
6peBeHviuiH CpycbCBi mi? 



naiin 

njiaBKH BI 



HpaBHJIBHblH XO^l HJIH 

CuycKOBoc KOJICCO. 



MopocHTt, 



MeaKifi 
Cyja 

oCiaBiema BOHHH H ocraio- 
at pacBOpa;eHin aHraift- 
CKaro AaMnpajiTCHCTBa 

rpeGHaro cy^ea, Koxopoe yno- 



no XYI CTOJTBTie, V&KT> j.ifl BOBH- 
IIHXT, npeji^npiflrift, xani H jjia 



HOBHCHyTb, OnyCTHTB. 

HutTb noBHCiiyBnriii HOCiHKOpicy), 

nepejiOMi. 

Fy6a. BHxa Braaaca J3* sepjia (no- 
e OTI cxptji,6u). 



ci oCpaTHtiMt 
BHCoxa nocxaBjiennaro napyca. 
Bpocarb. onycKaxi,; KHjaxt, ocxa- 

; nanaxb, BbixeKaxb noKanji. 



J r 6aBHXb xoji., oxcxaib sa Kopsiy. 
Bucoxa rpox^-Mapcejia no Mairi> 
. 17 ap,noBT.. 
OcxaBHTb CJ^HO aa co6o, y8xH 



Teib. 



IIIjiaKT., narapi, nacmib, 

KaMCKHbifi yrojib nepeMimaHHbiR 

ci> nenjiOMi. yrojiiHbiu. nycopa. 
Jlaxyab, Koxopa^ HSBJieKaeTca H3t 

nuaKOBx, oopaaoBaBfflHxca npn 

njaBJienin JiaxyHH. 
ToHyxb, Tonnxb, oKynyxs. 
MajbHHKt ma npHCJiyrn, Banra. 
Eapa6ain>; CapaCam. ^jw nepejiaxo 1 !- 



BojibraoR 

Bapa6aHHaa 

Bapa6aHHbie oSpyin H 

6ofi. 



BHXB 

I>apa6anni.in 

BapaCaHHbiit 



, ncpeawt. 



Drum. 



189 



Ducking. 



"100. drum head or parchment. 
drum head of a capstan. 

V. mpwtun. 

7194. kettle-drum. 
719o. revolving drum, 

7196. drum saw. 

7197. Side-drum. 

7198. snares of a drum. 

7199. sounding cord or string of 

a drum. 

7200. drum-stick. 

7201. drum of a wheel, mec. 

7202. drum for winding wire. 

7203. Druxy, adj. 
7201. Dry, adj. 

720o. dry casting, teclm. 

7203, dry condensation, st. eng. 

dry dock. V. dock. 

7207. dry moulding, lechn. 

7208. dry rot. 

7209. )0 TOW dry. 

7210. dry sand, techn. 

7211. dry-sand mould, techn. 

7212. to dry a ship's sails, 

7213. Drying, S. 

7214. drying frame or reel for 
quickmatch, etc., techn. 

7215. gloom-stove drying, techn. 

7216. drying a gun. 

7217. drying house. 

7218. drying kiln. 

7219. drying machine. 

7220. drying mould. 

7221. drying powder. 

7222. drying powder in the open 
air. 

drying room. V. drying 
house, i 

7223. drying the steam. 

7224. drying stove. ' . . 
7225- drying trog or table. 

7226. Dub, v. a., carp. 

7227. to dub a ship. 

7228. Dubbing, s. 

7229. Duck, s. 

7230. duck-gun. 



7231. duck for tarpaulin. 

7232. duck-nose bit, techn. 

7233. Duck, v. a. 

to duck a sailor. V. du- 
cking. 

7234. to duck at shot. 

7235. duck up. 



7236. Ducking, s. 

7237. ducking (crossing the line). 



peau de caisse. 



timbale. 

tambour tournant aulour d'un axe. 

scie cylindrique. 

caisse de tambour. 

cordes de timbre. 

timbre. 

baguette, 
tour, tambour, 
bobine. 

bois carie. 

sec, aride, desseche, a sec, tari. 
moulage en sable sec. 
condensation par contact. 



moulage en sable sec. 

carie, pourriture seche, vermoulure. 

nager sec. 

sable sec, sable recuit, sable d'e- 

tuve, sable gras. 
moule en sable sec. 
mettre Iss voiles a sec. 
sechage, dessication. 
cadre a secher, sechoir. 

sechage a I'air chauffe par le poele. 
flambage.' 

sechoir, secherie, etendoir.etendage. 
four a secher les moules. 
sechoir a I'air chaud. 
dessication des moules. 
essorage, sechage. 
sechage & I'air libre. 



sechage de la vapeur. 

etuve ou chambre de dessication. 

table a secher. 

travailler avec 1'herminette, dresser, 

troussequiner. 
parer un vaisseau. 

action d'amaigrir (une piece de bois) 

avec rherminette. 
toile a voile, 
canardiere. 



toile a prelart. 

meche de cuiller, qui est creusee 

en gouge, 
qanarder, plonger, donner la cale. 



faire le plongeur, baisser la tele, 
cargue a vue. 



cale. 
bapteme. 



JlmaBpa. 

Bapafiam upaiuaiouiifica na OCH. 
IJiUHHrtpmecBas inua, 
Bapafianimii lyuHnxp-b, IVKOIDKO. 
BepeBKH, HaxaaiKH y cxpynti Biiiray 
Capaoana. 



BapaCaHHak naaita. 

Kosyxi Kojeca, 

BbroniKH Rao. HaiiaTMBaHiH nposo- 

JOKH. 

JI,epeBo CT> 
Cyxoft, 

BT> cyxyro SCMJIO. 

napa ipe3i HPHKOCHO- 
Beaie c^ XOJIOAHOK) noBepxHociiio. 



cyxoii 



>opna U3f> cyxofi 
CymHTB napyca. 
Cyraenie. 
CyniHjiLHfl; .IOTOKI wa cymKH no- 

poxa. 

CynieHie HarptxHiii niiHUMt BOS- 
jyxosii. 

opy^ia XOIOCTBIMI BIJ- 



4>opnu 

36MJIH. 

Cyxaa rHHJ 
IpecxH HC 6pu3raa. 
Cyxaa sesua 



npocymKH 

aniiapaxi. 
Cyineiiie (J)opni. 
CyniKa nopoxa. 
CyniKa nopoxa H OTKpuTOM'fc BOS- 



Cymeme, HaKa-uiBame napa. 
CyniHJBHaa ne^t. 
Gioat SJia cymKH. 
PaOoiaTb, xecaib nuiaxTOio, 

raxi>, cr.ias;HBaTB. 
HaiiicTO BHCTpyrait, OT^JHETL cy-, 

^HO ffl.iaXTOK), OffljaXTHTB 

o6recKa jt 



cxpo- 



napycima. 

JI,.iHHHoe oxoxHHibe pyatbe, KOTO- 
ptiMT. cTpi>.iaiOT'b iipeHMymecTBen- 
HO no iiopCKHM'b yiKaui. 

HapyciiHa jja CpeseHioBi. 

IIojiy9.iJinnTHqecKoe ocxpie csep.iHJib- 

HOH aOJKKH (CBepJia B-b BH^i.lOSKIl)- 

Hnpaxt, OKyHHBaxb, Kynaxb CL pau- 
DIXOBH, 



Bnepeji 
Kynaaie CT> pafi 
Kyname npn nepexo^i 
xopi. 



roJOBy npeji,i 
rananyxb HJII FHXOBU 
MOSHO 6H.io BH 



9KBa- 



Ducking. 



190 



Dynamometer. 



7238. ducking at the yard arm. [cale, punition. 

7239. dry ducking. ; cale seche. 



7240. Ductility, s. 

7241. Dudgeon, s. 

7242. Duff tail. 

7243. Dumb ehaldcr. 

7241. Dumb craft: general term 
applied to lighters, barges, 
and not having sails; also a 
local, name for the screws 
used in lifting a vessel clear 
of the ground on a slip, or 
in a graving dock, or when 
ashore. 
Dump-bolt*. Y. bolt. 

7245. Dungiyah: a heavily built 
flat bottomed coasting ves- 
sel of Arabia, which naviga- 
tes from the Persian Gulf to 
the Coast of Malabar. It has 
great breadth of beam and 
is very sharp at the stem 
and stern. The larger dun- 
giyahs have two masts, of 
which, as in the Naggala, 
the after one is the larger 
of the two; they carry a spe- 
cies of lug-sail. 

7346. Dung, s. 

7247. Dunnage, S. 

7243. DitMt, s. 

7249. bread or biscuit duett. 

7250. charcoal dut. 
7231. flic dust. 
7252. dut of metal. 



72i>3. powder du* from corning 
or glazing. 

7254. saw diiMt. 

7255. Dutch, adj. 

7256. dutch fishing boat. 

7257. Duty, s. 

7258. ts be on duty, to be on 
duly for the day. 

7259. to do one's duty. 

7260. customs duty, C. 
'7261. duty of a steam engine. 

7262. duty of a vessel, duty on 
shipping. 

7263. to pay the duty, C 

7264. Dwang-staJT, tvraln-MtalT. 
wring-.stnff, wrung-.ttafl. 

7265. Dye, s. 
7266 Dyke*. 



7267. Dynamic*, s. 

7268. Dynamometer, s. 



ductilite. 

bague, couteau, poignard. 

queue d'arondo. 

aiguillot. 

nom donne aux alleges, aux barges, 
etc., n'ayant pas de voiles; nom 
local pour des cries employes a 
soulever des ' vaisseaux echoues. 



Dungiyah: caboteur arabe grossie- 
rement construit, dont la navi- 
gation ne s'etend, guere, que du 
golfe Persipue h la cote de Mala- 
bar. Le Dungiyah a un t res- 
grand bau et cependant des ex- 
tremite's fines et pointues. Les 
plus grands Dungiyahs onl deux 
mats, dont le plus fort est sur 
rarrie're comme ceux des bag- 
galas. 



crott in de cheval. 

fardage. 

poussiere, poud.ie. 

machemoure. 

brusque, poussiere de charbon. 

limaille, limure. 

lavure. 



poussler, poussier sec. 

sciure. 

holla ndais. 

cague. 

devbir. droit. 

etre de service, etre ou faire fac- 
tion. 

faire son devoir. 

droit d'octroi, de douane. 

travail ou effet utile d'une machine 
& vapeur. 

cottimo. 

acquilter les droits. 
bridolc, baton, levier. 



IHiere, malrice. 

crevasses plus ou moins verticales 
dans les houilles. 



dynamique. 
dvnamometre. 



Kynapie ct pafinbi 

Cnycirame CT> pafiHM xojibKO flo ao 

BepxHOCTH BOAH (naKasanie). 
Taryiecxt; KOBKOCTI. 



.Tacxo'iiii xBocx'b (pojn. oaMKa 



Pyjienaa 
Jlnxrepi. 



i;aGoTaa;oe apaBiiicKoe 
njiocKOjOHnoe CYAHO, Taaiejoii no- 
HJiaBaiomee OTT> Ilep- 
:',:uiiiia Ki MajiafiapcKo- 
iiy Oepery. OHO HMtexi CGJII.- 
myio nmpnny H ocrpue HOCI H 
KOpMY, Bojbinia j;oHjaiia. 

10TT, JBt Ma'ITM, H31> KOHXT,, 

iii Barrajti, najinaa Bunie 



pejneu; out. 
iiapyca. 



iiuf-ion. 



JIoina;tHHtiii 

IloCTH.lKa 
IlH-lfc, COpl.. 

KponiKii. nu.ii. ori. cyxapeft. 

Kauenno-yrojibHaji 

OIIIUKH. 






noayia- 



6MHJ! on, npoMUBani/t 
nuxi. isaBO^CKHXT. copom,. 
IIopoxoBa.i IIMJII.. 



Kari: 



pu6aiu>a.fl ;i 
. 
, GUTI. na c.iya;6t, 



na lacaxi,. 



Ilora.iiina, 

Pa6oia napOBoft iiamnuu. 

HouiJiiHa 3:1 CVJIHO. 

, OMHCTHTB IlOIIIJIiliy. 



ia, ci:oa ^ja nasiiMaHia 06- 
^OCOKI K^ HaCopy; 
ptivan.. 

OCRA, MaxpHiia, 6a- 
CMa, (J)opjia BT. nnaMnt. 
Tpemnnu Bcxpt^iaiomiacfl BT> 



ia Cojif.e IUH Mente 
Hoe nojioiKeuie. 



Eoo;er. 



191 



Kbb. 



E. 



"if)!). Eoger. adj. 

1270, eager tool. 

1271. Eagre, s. 

7272. Ear, s. 

7273. ear or lug of a shell, art. 
727 4 . ears of a swor4hilt. 



7275. ear-plate. 

7276. Fin-Ins, s. 

7277. to fit a sait With earing*. 



7278, 

7279. 
7280. 

7281. 
7282. 

7283. 

7284. 

7285. 
7286. 

7287. 
7288. 

7289. 
7290. 

7291. 
7291. 

7292. 
7293. 

7294. 
7295. 
7296. 
7297. 
7208. 
7299. 

7300. 

7301. 
7302. 



7303. 
7304. 

7303. 



earings or headlines of a 

sail. 

reef earing of a sail. 

Kase, v. a. 

to case the engine, st. eng. 
to ease gently. 

to ease off or away. 

to ease off as fast as pos- 
sible. 

to ease off tho sheets, 
to ease springs, 
to ease off a stern fast, 
to ease the tow ropes or 
warps. 

cse her or the engine! 
ease the helm! 

ease off the fore-sheet! 
ease off the jib-sheet! 

case off the main tack! 
ease the ship! 



Easterly, adv. 

easterly winds. 

Easternmost. 

Eastern passage 

Easting, s., distance sailed 

eastwards. 

Eastward, adv. 

Easy of approach. 
Ebb, s. 

eblc-anchor. V. anchor. 
at the efcb. 

beginning or commencement 

of the ebb. 

end, tail of the eih. 



ardent, vif, empresse, violent, aigre, 

acide, apre. 
crochet, gouge, 
une maree qui en surmonte une 

autre; ras de mare'e. 
oreille, crossette. 
anse, mentonnet. 
oreillons de la garde. 



oreille. 

raban de pointure. 

rabaner une voile. 



rabans de tetiere. 

raban de pointure de ris. 
adoucir, alleger, delivrer, dechar- 

ger, debarasser, delasser. 
marcher dou<iement. 
filer en douceur, ou en garant, lar- 

guer peu a pen. 
filer a la demande, mollir, lar- 

guer. 
filer a rea. 

filer les ecoutes. 

mettre le chien au cran de surete. 
filer une amarre de 1'arriere. 
liter les deux toulines. 

marchez doucement! 

redresse la barrel arrive! fais por- 
ter! ne viens pas au vent! 

mollis 1'ecoule de misaine! 

file un peu de lecoute du grand 
foe! 

largue en douceur le grand lot! 

lof (i la lame! lof ft la risee! 



est, orient, levant, aurore. 

ortive; oriental, d'est. 

vents d'est. 

le plus a Test. 

passe de 1'est. 

distance parcourue a Test. 

a 1'est. 

d'un abord facile. 

baisse, ebe, jusanl, reflux, retour 
des eaux de la mer. 

au jusant. 
commencement de jusanl. 

fin de jusant. 



Kpyrjiaa 
Ciiopnoe 



ifi; xpynKiS. 



miiea, 



YHIKO, pynta,- pynoaTKa. 
BoMG'oBoe yuiKo. '; : ;. 
Jl^Ba Mi^Hue npHJiHBua, KOTOpue 
KacaTca Hoaieni, uorjia K.iHHOKt 

BJIO/^CHl) BT> nOa'.HH. 

YDIKO. 

Hoi;i-6eH3e.iB , iiiTMK'i.-o'o.ir'i. , pe- 

BaHTT.. 

BT> iiapyci peBaaiu H 



ero KT> pet. 

H HOKt-Censejia jua npn- 
napyca KI, pet. 

IIlTlIK'I>-603TT>. 



no 



XO^T. 
HO H6MHOry 



TpaBHTI., HOTpaBHTI.. 

c'b pyKi, nepeai 



TpaBHTB UIKOTM. ' 

3aKptniiTj> BGBe^eHiibiM Kypoin>. 

KOpMOBOH niBapTOBT.. 

oua 6yitcnpa HJIH ::aiio::u. 



MeHBine 
OTBOJI,HTI> 

Tpasn 



TpaBH rpoxa-rajict! 
npnji,ep!KiiBaftca' (iJia paspfoa BOJ- 
HW, ,ia6w n3(H>:i;aTt y^apa ex BT 



BOCTOKB, OCTl. 

BocTOiHiiii. 

BoCTOIHlie fltTptl. 
CaMHli BOCTOVHtlft. 

BOCTO^HHH npoxo^i. 
HepeMtna iitcxa KI. ocxy HJIH paa- 
CToanie iipoftAeniioe KT> ocxy. 

Ha BOCTOKl, Ha BOCTOKt, Kl BOC- 

na OCTI.. 



OTJHBT,. 



Bo 



OTJHBa. 



Ebb. 



192 



Edge. 



7306. half-ebb. 

7307. ebb-tide. 

7308. Ebb, v. a. 



7309. Ebbing, s. 

7310. Ebony, S. (Dlowpyros ebc- 

nus). 



7311. 
7312. 



red ebony. 
Ebulliflon, . 



7313. Eccentric or excentric, s. 

7314. eccentric balance weight 
st. eng. 

731 S. eccentric brass belt, hoop 
or ring, st. eng. 

7316. eccentric catch, St. eng. 

7317. eccentric chuck. 

7318. eccentric gab or notch. 

7319. eccentric gab pin or r;i<! 
pin. 

7320. eccentric motion or wheel. 

eccentric notch. Y. eccen- 
tric gab. 

7321. eccentric pulley. 

7322. eccentric radius. 
7323 eccentric rod, 

7324. eccentric rod gear. 

7325. eccentric shaft. 

7326. Echinus, s. 

7327. EcllpMC, s. 

7328. Ecliptic. 

7329. Eddy, s. 



7330. eddy or dead water. 

7331. eddy of a stream. 

7332. eddy wind. 

7333. Edge, s. 



7334. back edge of a s\vord,m.o.a. 

7335- edge of a bank. 

7336. bevelled edge of a piece of 
iron, techn. 

edge of a blade. V. blade. 

7337. edge of a board, techn. 

7338. ohamfered edge, techn. 

7339. double edge. 

7340. to give or set an edge. 

7341. to lay or set on edge. 

7342. on the edge of... 

7343. to put to the edge of the 
sword. 



demi-jusant. 

reflux, basse maree, jusant, maree 
descendante, ebe. 

desceudre, refluer, baisser, refou- 
ler, retourner vers la mer; per- 
dre, decliner, dechoir, diminuer, 
se relacher, aller en decadence. 

reflux, perdant, descendant, jusant, 
avalant, refoulement. 

ebene. 



bois de grenadille, ebene rouge, 
ebullition, bouillonnement, fermen- 
tation, effervescence, 
excentrique, cercle excenlrique. 
contre-poids d'excentrique. 

collier ou bride d'excentrique. 

buttoir ou butoir de 1'excentrique. 
mandrin excentrique ou a excen- 

trer. 
encoche, enclanche. 



bouton de manivelle d'excentrique. 
excentrique. 



roue excentrique, roue d'excentri- 
que. 

rayon de 1'excentrique. 
barre, tirant, bras d'excentrique. 

appareil de transmission de 1'ex- 
centrique. 

arbre du tiroir, arbre d'excentri- 
que. 

echine. 

eclipse. 

ecliptique. 

reflux de 1'eau contre la maree, 
mascaret.houacheremous, ressac, 
tournant, lourbillon, vire-vire. 

remous. 

retour de courant. 

revolin, vent de tourbillon. 

tranchant, coupant, taillant, cote de 
champ, angle, tranche, pointe, 
arete; bord, fit, levre, marge, 
extremitc, borde, bordemeut. 

biseau, faux tranchant. 

accore ou ecore. 
amorce, levre. 



tranche, 
chanfrein. 

a deux tranchants. 

affiler, aiguiser, donner le fil ou le 
tranchant. 

poser de champ, sur le bord, po- 
ser de camp. 

a fleur de. 

passer au fll de I'epee. 



OT:IHBT>, jiajaa, HiisKaa, naaaa so^a. 
HJITH na OTJHBT,, ynajait, HOHH- 



Te'ieaie, xoai> 



KmrEHie. 



3Kcn,eHxpiiKa. 



KOJI>U,O 



OnpaBKa,' 6aoua, 



'Japy6Ka 5 BueMita, sameiHKi; 3KC- 
u,eHTpHKOBMft cnycKi, cnycKO- 



MOT1J.I5 y 3KCU,CHTpIIKa. 



BJKHBI. 



IL|TOKT> 



Ba.it 
MopcKoft exii. 



n cnyoni, 

y 9KCi;enTplIKOBOH TflHI 



leienie 

npyroBoe Bpameaie (no B 
cKH-cyjiofi) . 
Cipya sa Kop.Mofi. 



Baxpb, KpyTflnqiica Biiepi, 
muica y BIICOKHXT. 6eperoBi>. 

Kpafi, peopo, ooptsi, 'ocipie, aes- 
Bee. 



Uuxuaa ocxpaa Macn CIIHHKH cao- 

JH. 

Kpafi OaHKH, jie.ni. 
KOHCU,I> a;ejfoa, 
CBapiiBaina CT> jpyniMi 



Kpafi, peCpo, KpOMKa JIOCKII. 

CKOCI, Cpt>31> KpOMKH AOCKH Ha HC- 

KOCB. 
OCOK)Ay OCTpHM, Cl SBOfiHHMl Jie3- 

Beeni>. 
HaioinTt, c^tiiaTB .lessee. 



iHTt, nociauijTB na peCpo. 



Bt 



SaKOJiOTb. 



Edge. 



193 



Eking. 



7344. rough or wire edge, techn. 



~r>i5. to sheet the edge of a board, 

techn. 
7346. edge of a skelp, lecbn. 



"347. straight edge. 

7348. to lake off the edge. 

"349. edge of timber. 

7350. edge tool. 

7331. e;ige-tool maker. 

7352. edge ways or edgewise. 

7353. Kdge, v. a. and n. 



(o edge away. 

lo edge down. 

to edge in with a ship. 

to edge to leeward. 

to edge a piece of wood, a 

plank: 

Edged, adj. 

double edged. V. double. 

Edgewise. V. edge ways, 

Edging, s. 

canvas edging of a pen- 

dant. 

Eduction, s. 

eduction-pipe, St. eng. 



7355. 
7356. 
7357. 
7358. 
7359. 

7360. 

7361. 
7362. 
7363. 



7364. eduction-port, st. eng. 

7365. Effect, s. 

7366. Effect, v. a, 

7367. to effect a landing. 

7368. Effective, adj. 

7369. to be borne on the strength 
as effective. 

7370. effective diameter. 

7371. effective power or duty. 



7372. effective state. 

7373. effective strength. 

7374. Egress, s. 

7375. Eights. 



7376. Eke, v. a. 



7377. Eking, s. 

7378. end of an eking-piece for a 
mast. 

7379. eking piece 



morfil. 



dresser la planche'sur la tranche, 
amorce, levre de la lame. 

regie a raser. 

emousser. 

arete. 

instrument tranchant , debordoir, 

ebarboir. 
taillandier. 

de champ, le long du bord. 
aiguiser, affiler, border, fortifier 
par des cornieres. 

s'eloigner, s'^carter en 'dependant 

d'une cdte. 
approcher obliquement. 

joindremn vaisseau en dependant 

abattre. 

chanfreiner, abattre les angles. 

a tranchant, a vive arete. 



bordure, garniture, bord, galon, 

passement. 
gaine de llamme, de pavilion. 

engagement , decharge, eduction, 

emission, 
tuyau de decharge ou d'extraction 

de la vapeur, canal du conden- 

seur, tuyau de la boule. 
orifice deduction, 
effet, dessein v , vue. 
faire, effectuer, produire, operer, 

executer, realiser, accomplir. 
effectuer une descente. 
effectif, efficace, actif, en activile, 

reel, 
compter dans 1'efl'ectif, etre en ac- 

tivite. 

diametre effecttf. 
effet utile, quantite de travail. 



etat d'effectif DU de situation. 

effectif, force effective. 

sortie. 

le Imitieme des provisions reserve 
au profit du commissaire sur les 
navires de guerre en Angleterre. 

allonger, elargir, mettre une al- 
longe, prolonger, augmenter, ac- 
croitre, agrandir. 

addition , augmentation , rallonge- 
ment. 

paume. 



allonge, rallonge, aboulissement. 



MacnuuJ cxa.in, o6pa- 

na OCTPFJXT, 
T,, ifor^a saocrpaioTb 
j;ee na ToiHjrfe; 9111 
yjep/i-.HBaiOTCfl na jiesuet 
cjaQo . 
06pt3unaii> Kpas JOCOKT,. 



Kpaa njacTHiiKn jun ciBo.ia, no- 
ie O^HHT, jpyroii upa 



npnTymm. 
Kpafi, peopo. 

OCTptie ItHCTjtyMeHTH. 

$a6pnKaHTi> ocrptixT. 

TOBT). 

Ha peopo, pefipOMt. 

OcipHTh, TO'JHTt, IiaTa^HBdTB; CKpf,- 
HJH yKptlJJIflTL yr.lOBIJMT. 



IIpHCeaCTHTI,Cff, K^TH U^CKOJtKO 

BT> KOC- 



nanpaB.ieHi/1. 
Ma.io no najy CT. cy- 

JHOMl. 

yBa.iHTi>ca, ynacTt, yhMOHHTtca 



^epeso 
OcipuS. 
Ha peopo, COKOMI>. 



KpoiiKa y BHMneja, y (faara. 
BunycKame. ex OKI. 
OxjHBnaa xpyCa H3i> xen.iaro 

BianycKHoe OKODIKO, 'oxsepcxie. 
IIpon3BOji;iixB, 



na.iii'iHUH. 

BlJTB BK.IK)qeFiy BT, 



Koieca. 

JI,i;ncTBHTejii.Haa no.iesHaa cnja, KO- 
juiiecTBO nponsBejennoH 
pa6oxa. 



npOBHsifi BI 
KOMMiicapa Ha soeHHOHt Kopa- 



, HaCTaB.13TB 



HacxasKa, 



nacxasKa KT. ox- 

H31 iniyKT. Bl. COCXaBHOH 



mxyna. 
13 



Ekini 



194 



Elliptical. 



7380. eking piece of a floor lim 
ber. 

7381. Eikiug, s. 



7382. Elastic, adj. 

7383. to be elastic 

7384. clastic force. 

7383. Elasticity, -. 

7386. to resume elasticity. 

7387. Elbow, s. 

7388. cihow or cross in the hawse. 

7389. elbow steam pipe, st. eng. 

7390. Elbow, v a. 

7391. Elective affinity. 

7392. Electric, electrical, adj. 

7393. electrical atmosphere. 

7391. electric battery. 
739o. electric condensor. 

7396. electric conductor. 

7397. electric current. 
7398 electrical machine. 

7399. electric shock. 

7400. electric spark. 

7401. Electricity, s. 

7402. Electr6-nignetlm. 

7403. Elevated pole. 

7404. Elevating, s. 

7405. handle of the elevating, 
screw. 

7406. nib-plate for the head of the 
elevating screw, under the 
swing-bed, art. 

7407. elevating quoin. 

7408. elevating rack. 

7409. elevating screw, art. 

7410. tumbler, nut or box of the 
elevating screw. 

7411 Elevation, s. 

7412. angle of elevation, art. 
.7413. elevation for the greatest 
range, art. 

7414. at the highest elevation. 
7418. line of metal elevation. 

7416. point blank elevation. 

7417. elevation of the quarter 
deck. 

7418. Elevation or sheer dranghl: 

a vertical and longitudinal 
view representing the out- 
board works of a ship with 
sectional view of the cen- 
tres of the frames, shbdg. 

7419. Ellquatlon, s. tcchn. 



7 420. ellquatlon hearth. 

7421. Ellipsis, ellpse, s. 
7522. Elliptic elliptical, adj. 
7423. the elliptical orbit of a 
planet. 



talon nier. 

piece de sculpture qui joint la cou- 
che du bossoir avec la troisieme 
lisse des herpes dans 1'eperon 
des gros vaisseaux anglais. 

elastique. 

etre> elastique, avoir du ressort. 

force elastique, tension. " 

elasticite, ressort, force elasjipue. 

reprendre son elasticite, faire res- 
sort. 

coude, crossette, encoignure, tour 
de cable, angle, pli. 

croix dans les cables. 

conde de communication. 

faire conde ou angle. 

ailinite elective, attraction elective. 

eleclrique. 

atmosphere electrique. 

balterie electrique. 
condenseur ou comlensalcur elec- 
trique. 

conducteur d'electricite. 
courant eleclrique. 
machine electriqne. 
commotion, explosion electrique. 

etincelle eleclrique. 

eleclricite. 

electro-magp.elisme. 

pole eleve. 

elevation. 

clel de la vis de pointage. 

calotte de semelle ou de la vis de 
pointage. 

coin elcve. 

cremaillere, tige de cremaillere. 
vis de pointage, a pointer, 
e'crou & tourillons. 

elevation, hausse, hauteur, projec- 
tion horizontale. 
angle d'elevation, de tir. 
angle de plus grande portec. 



a toule volee. 

hauteur de la ligne de mire. 

but en blanc. 

encaslillage. 

projection verticale el longiludinale. 



liquation, ressuage. 



fourneau de liquation, fourneau a 

ressuage. 
llipse. 
elliptique. 
orbite d'une flanete. 



'raiiKa (j).iopTHM(Jepca. 
HacT.iBKa, yjuiiHeHie BI> pfonofi 



cKifi, yiipyriii. 
Buit ynpyrajn,, 3JiacTnHHHM'r,. 

yraa ciua, yupyrocTt, pacreine- 
nie. 



ynpyi'HM'b, nojyiHTb ynpy- 
rocrh. 
.IOKOTL; yrojii, iisniOi,; nojii;pu;r;a. 



Kpecn> B 

napOBofi Tpy6H. 

H3rfl6i., KOJiiHo, 

oe cpo^ciuo 
9-ieKTpinecRiH. 
ATJioc4>epa, 



fiarapea. 



i IOKT, . 
aii uauinn 
8jeKTpniecKifi yjiap'L, 



, co- 



Bo3BtinieuHi.iH 
Bo3Bwiiicnie, 



afl OKOBi;a, no^yniKa ju 
BHHia. 



KJIIIHT>, 
Kpeuajibept, syG^aiaa no.ioca. 

IIolTl.eMIIUH BHHT'h. 

Kojnaia ^ja no^eMuaro BHHia. 
Bo3BUiuenie, Bbicora, miaini, ropa- 



BosBMiiienie opyji,ia, npn 

nponcxo,HHTi. Hanfiojibi 

HOCTB noaexa cnapa^a. 
IIpn iio.iHOMi B03BhinieHin, 
Bo3BHuienie OCH opyjiia. 
ToiKa, ryvfe cuapaAi. nepectKaeit 



'iep- 



KOpMM II HOCa 

ijii 
Text. 



3eiirepna/i paCoia, seiirepOBaHie, 



OTB 
Sefirepnuft niecTOKT.. 



Elm. 



195 



Endanger. 



"7424. Kim, s. (ulmus). 

1 'i2,'i. Dutch elm ulmus glabra). 

1426. yoke elm rarjiiiiiis )><- 

tolas). 
0487. St.-Kimo's fire. 

7428. Embargo, s. 

7429. to lay an embargo. 

7430. to take Off an embargo. 

7431. Embargo, V. a. 

7432. Embark, v. and n. 

7433. Embarkation , embar- 
king, s. 

7434. Embay, v. a. 



7435. Embayed, part, and adj. 

7436. Embezzle, v. a, 

7437. Embezzlement, s. 

7438. Embouchure. S. 

7439. Embow. V. imbow. 

7440. embrasure. 

7441. Emery, s. 

7442. emery paper. 

7443. emery stick, techn. 

7444. Emptiness, s. 

7445. Empty t adj. 

7446. empty cartridge. 

7447. empty casks. 

7448. Emptying, s. 

7449. Encounter, s. 

74aO' h.md to hand encounter 

7451. Encumber, v. a., 

7452. Encumbrnnce, s. 

7433. End, s. 



7454. end for end. 

7455. 

7456. 

7457. end graiu or way of wood 



to let a rope run end for 

end. 

to shift a rope end for end 



"7458. lower or upper end. 
"7459. to make an end. 
7460. end on. 

'7461. on end. 

7462. end-play. 

7463. to run end on. 

7464. to stand end on an enemy 
ship. 

7465 end to end. 

7466. endwise, endways. 

7467. Endanger, v. a. 



nno, or mean. 
>reau, ypreau. 
harme. 

u St-Elme, feu follet. 

mbargo, fermeture des ports; de- 
fense aux vaisseaux de sortir. 

ioucher, fermer les ports, mettre 
embargo. 

ever I'embargo. 

rreter, empecher, mettre un em- 
bargo sur... 

mbarquer, s'embarquer, engager. 

mbarquemeut. 

j'enfermer dans une, baie, enca- 
per, s'affaler sur la cote. 

ncape, affale sur la cote. 

j'approprier, rapiner, detourner, di- 
vertir; voler, derober, dissiper. 

icculat, malversation, degat, de- 
tournemenl. 

mbouchure, boucant. 

mbrasure, canonniere, meurtriere, 

trouiere. 
emeri, emeril. 
papier emeri. 
wlissoir, rodoir. 
vide, 
vide. 

argousse, sachet, 
futailles vides. 
vidange, residu, lie, fond, 
combat, rencontre, lutte, melee, 
melee, combat corps a corps. 

encombrer. 

eneombrement. 

bout, fin, extremite, queue, terme, 
conclusion, issue, fuite, succes, 
evenement, motif, but, dessein, 
intention; avant d'un vaisseau. 

bout a bout, bout pour bout. 

laisser courir la manoeuvre jus- 

qu'au bout, 
changer une maneouvre bout pour 

bout, 
cote de la moelle ou coupe trans- 

versale du bois. 
bas ou haul bout, 
ac never, decider, 
droil dessus, franc etable, le cap 

sur un objet, debout au corps 
droit. 
temps perdu de la vis. 

porter bout au corps. 

avoir le cap sur le vaisseau enne- 

mi, faire route droit sur i'en- 

nemi. 
abonte. 
debout, en boutisse; perpendicu- 

lairemenl, bout a bout, de champ, 
mettre en danger, en peril, expo- 

ser, hasarder, risquer, compro- 

mettre. 



OroHb en. B 
A.M6apro, saiipemeiiie, apectOBame 
cy^aa. 

asiCapro, sanpemeuie. 



aMCapro. 
anoapro. 



Ha cyjia, noca^HTt ^e- 
oxnpaBHTBCfl Ha cyjiHo. 
na cy^a, oinpaBjenie na 



3a5paxtca BI ysKOCTL, naxo^axtca 

ni,i.i.;iiiiim.Mr:i MH- 

cawn rsajiHBa HJIH npoamta. 

iipnajHiiaeMOMy KT> noAB-fcxpeH- 
y 6epery. 

yxanaaxb; pasxoiaxs, 

HOXIIXHXB. 
pHoe vnpaB.ieHie, 
noxnmenie. 
Ycxte. 



Cynara. 

xepna ct 
Ilycxoxa. 
nycxofi. 
KapxysHHu siliiiiOKi 

noposnia 



Bcxpt'ia; 6ofi, 6nxBa, 6opb6a. 
CxHiiia; cxBaxKa, csajiKa, pyKonanr- 
HHH 6oft. 



3arpOMO!KieHie. 

KOHCUI., OKOH6HHOCXB, Kpafi; 

naMtpeme; HOCI 



BT> CXUKI; c 
nenT) ci KOHUOMI. 
BuiiycTiixi. BepeBKy cosciiMi 



cxo- 



IlepecHOBaxb 

aHifi KOHCUl. XOJtaHHMI>. 

Pasptsi sepesa noneperi. BOJIOKOHI 



Hnamift n.m 
OKOH^HTB, 

IIpaMO HOCOMTi. 



Hcaojfinxt. 



Ilp3MO, CXOHMff, CTOHKOMl. 

BHHXI. CT> caa6HHOH) Bt rafiKi He 
xyro BBHHiHBaroiiu'fica. 
npauo HOCOMT> aa... 
jep/naxi npaMO na nenpia- 
cy^no. 



KOHUOMI,, 



onacnocxB; 



CXUKS. 



Endless. 



196 



Ensign. 



7468. Endless screw. 

1169. Enemy, s. 

7470. to feel for the enemy. 

7471 to go over to the enemy. 

7472. Enfilade, enfilading tire 
art. 

7473. to enfilade a. work, to rak 
it with an enfilading tire 
art. 

7474. Enforce a Signal. 
7473. Engage, v. a. and n. 



7476. to engage on both sides. 

7477. Engagement, S- 

7i78. to bring on an/ engage 
ment. 

7479. Eggaging and disengagini 
machinery. 

7480. Engine, S. 

7481. engine-beam, st. eng. 
beam-engine. V. beam. 

7 482. .engine bearers or sleepers 

7483. blast engine. 

boxtng engine, techn. V. 
boxing. 

7484. double or single acting en- 

gine. 

"3483. fire or water engine. 
7486. fuxe-engine, art. 



7487. englnc-framing- 

7488. high-pressure or non-con- 
densing engine. 

7489. engine-house. 

7490. low-pressure or condensing 
engine. 

7491. engine-man. 

7492. pile engine or pile driver. 

7493. engine-room. 

7484. engine-room telegraph. 

7495. engine-stage. 

7496. stationary or fixed engine. 

7497. steam engine. 

7498. to engine- turn. 

7499. engine turning. 

7500. to work an engine. 

7o01. Engineer, s. 

7502. engineer's berth. 

7503. naval engineer or architect. 

7504. uaval engineering. 

7505. Enginery, s 

7506. Engrain. V. a. 

7507. Engrave, v. a. 

7508. Engraving, S. 

7509. copper plate engraving. 

7510. wood engraving. 

7511. Enlargement of the vent, 
art. 

7512. Ensign, S. 



vis sans fin. 
ennemi. 

rechercher 1'ennemi. 
passer ft 1'ennemi. 
feu d'enfilade. 

nettoyer ou balayer un ouvrage. 



appuyer un signal. 

engager, embrayer; enrdler, com 
battre, se battre, altaquer, s'en 
trechoquer, en venir aux mains 
livrer ou donner bataille. 

combatt,re des deux bords. 

engagement, bataille, melee, combat 

engager le combat. 

em bray age. 

engin, machine, instrument, 
balancier d'une machine a vapeur 

carlingues de la machine, poutre 
de fondement. 

machine soufllante. 



machine la double ou a simple 

eflet. 

pompe a incendie. 
[ire-fusee. 



bati, batis. 

machine ft haute pression. 

charpente de machine, 
machine ft basse pression 

machinists, mecanicien, couducleur 

de machine, 
sonnette ft declic. 
hambre de la machine. 

clegraphe de la machine ft vapeur, 
Darquet superieur. 
nachine fixe. 

machine ft vapeur, pompe ft feu. 
iuillocher. 
guillochis. 

aire jouer ou fonclionner une ma- 
chine, 
ngenieur, mecanicien. 
>oste des mecaniciens. 
ngenieur de la marine. 

enie maritime. 

ouches ft feu. 

Jindre grand teint. 

raver, buriner, ciseler, sculpter. 

ravurc. 

pavure en taille douce. 

ravure en bois, xylographie. 

vasement de la lumiere. 

nseigne: porte-drapeau, drapeau, 
banniere, gonfanon, pavilion de 
poupe, pannonceau; signe, si- 
gnal, marque. 



IlepeHTii KI> 

AH(fuua,HHhlii OrOHB, 

oroHt no cy^ny, 
An({)njiipoBaTb, CT 
orneiii no 



sny^umft 

BcxynaiB BT> 6o&, BI cpaaienie, na- 
, sasasaTi, jtjo, 



na'oCa 6opia. 
, cpaa;enie. 
it jo, COM, 



Cooonjaioiimacji H paso6iu,aaca sia- 

miiHa. 
Mam H Ha. 
Bajanciipt napOBoft 



BOH, 



ManiHHHue KHJLCOHU, jteainn nojt 
jiyxoBas wa- 



Maranna .po'Snaro HJII npociaro 



IIoa;apnaa rpyoa, . 

ainnna'^ja BHTaci;nnanin 601160- 
BLIXI. n rpaHaTHtixi) TpyCoKi H3i> 
uo5i(h> n rpanaTT.. 

Mai)innna,i pawa. 

Mainnna nucoKaro saBjieHia, HJIB 



Py6i;a 

MaiiniHa iniaicaro ^aB.ienia. 



MamiiHiiCTi, 



Conepi. 
ManniHiioe OT^t.jenie, uainnimafl 

naiiopa. 
MaiiiHimufi TeaerpaiJfB. 

na.iv6a. 



Maiiiiina. 

laposaa Mamiina. 
)6TaiiiBaTi> BI ManiiiHHOMB CTaHRt. 



Jojiepa;aT'i> uaninny B 

lHa;eiicp'i.-MexaHiii;i,. 
Caioxa nexaniiKOBi). 
lopcKofi cipomeji.: 



opy^a. 
KpacHTB nepBiafi 



rpaBHpoBane. 

na 
paBiiposanie ua 

jtiaMexpa oTBepCTia 
inn 



Ensign. 



197 



Equilibrium. 



T.'ilH. ensign-halliard. 

7514- enslgn-slatt". 

7515. enidgn with a waft. 

7516. Entablature or entable 
nieut, s. 

1517. Entangled rope. 

7518. Enter, v. a. and n. 

7519. to enter the alignment. 



7520. to enter the bay. 

7521. to enter the channel. 

1522. to enter the service or into 

the service. 
7523. Entering porl. 



7524. entering ropes or side-ropes. 

7525 Entice a sailor. 
7526. Entrance, s. 



7527. entrance or forefoot of a 
ship. 

7528. entrance of a harbour. 

7529. narrow, enirance of a har- 
bour. 

7530. Epaulet, g. 

7531. bullion of an epaulet. 

7532. fringe epaulet. 

7533. general officer's epaulet. 

7534. law binder of an epauist. 

7535. epaulet strap. 

7536. epaulet without bullion or 
shoulder strap. 

7537. Epaulment, s. 

7538. Ephemerij* (as(ronomical): 
au annual publication con- 
taining accounts of astrono- 
nomical phenomena, the de- 
clination, etc., of the heaven^ 
ly bodies aud other particu- 
lars to assist the mariner in 
observing the latitude at 
sea. 

7539. Epicycloid, s. 
7610. Eprouvctte, s. art. 

eprouvctte-ball. V. ball, 
eprouvette-bcd "V. bed. 

7541. eprouvcttc-mortar, art. 

7542. pendulum or vibrating eprou- 
vette. 

7543. pistol-epronvette. 



7544. vertical cprouvettc. 

7545. Equation of time. 

7546. Equator, S. 

1547. to cross the equator or 
line. 

1549. Equilibrium, S. 
7550. equilibrium or equilibra- 
ted valve, st. eng. 



drisse de pavilion. * 

baton, gaule d'enseigne, mat de 

pavilion, 
pavilion en berne. 

entablement, tranchoir. 

manoeuvre empechee. 

entrer, ^'engager, penetrer, enre- 

gistrer, inscrire. 
arriver, entrer en ligne, se porter 

sur la ligne, sur 1'alignement, 

arriver sur 1'alignement. 
entrer dans une baie. 
emmancher, entrer dans la manche, 

dans le delroif. 
s'enr61er. 

porte d'enlree des vaisseaux a trois 
ponts, percee au niveau du" se- 
cond pont. 

tire-veilles, sauvegardes de 1'e'chelle 
hors le bord. 

debaucher un matetot. 

entree, bouche, bouque, passage, 
avenue, commencement, nais- 
sance. 

avant. coltis d'un vaisseau. 

passe, 
goulet. 

epaulette. 

torsade, bouillon. 

epaulette a frange, k petiles tor- 

sades. 
epaulette de general, a grosses tor- 

sades, a gros bouillons, 
passant, bride d'epaulette. 
ecussoh. 
contre-epauleHe. 

epaulement. 
journal eplemeride. 



epicycloide. 
eprouvette. 



mortier-eprouvetle. 

eprouvette peudule, eprouvetle de 

Ilutton. 
eprouvette a roue dentee en forme 

de pistolet. 

eprouveite a cremaillere. 

equinoxe. 

equateur, ligne equinoxiale. 

couper la ligne equinoxiale. 

equilibre. 

soupage equilibree k lanlerne. 



KOPMOBOH 4)jian, ^aa 
ycjOBHaro curnajia. 
HiaCJiejieHTx; BepxHfla iaci6 ua- 
uniHHOH 



BciyniiTB, saiiHcaibca na c.iys6y, 

BOHTII. 
BOHTII BT> 



Boiira BT, ry6y, 
Boiixir B 



BaimcaTBca BT> cjysCy. 

BXOSHHU nopit BT> Gopii; i;opa6aa. 

4'a.ipenM. 

; Bcxyiuenie, nana.10. 
HocoBcia no^BOAnaa nactB cy^na, 

HOCi. 

Bxoji, npoxo^i. wb rs 
BB r 



Bopjiopt snoj 
TyciHe inTa6' 
c r b 6axpajioii. 



9iio.ieTHaa. 



't II.TII 



IlpoOa nopoxa MajiTHiiKOM?. no 

cnoco6y Xyiona. 
MauiHHKa CT. 3y6^aTHMT> EOJIBUOM* 

B't BH.I'B imcTOJieTa j[.u upoC'U no- 

poxa. 
Mamimiui 

A.IH npo6ti nopoxa. 
YpaBnenie 



Eepeet'ib, iiepefiTii 9KuaTOpx. 
PaBHOfii;cie. 



Equinoctial. 



198 



Even. 



151)1. Kqutnoctlal. 
"-'(!>2. Equinoctial points. 
75.'j3. Equinox, S. 

"354. autumnal equinox. 

7555. vernal equinox. 

7556. Kquip, v. a. 

1557. Equipage, s. 



7558. Equipment, s. 

7559. Equipoise, v, a. 

7560. Equipoise, v. a. 

7561. Equiponderancc, s. 

7562. Erect or to fit, st. eng. 

7563. Erecter, st. eng. 

7564. Erecting: st. eng. 

7565. erecting shop, st- eng. 

7566. Ericsson's floating battery. 

7567. Ericsson's propeller. 

7568. Escape, s. 

7569. air escape. 

7570. escape-valve, priming valve, 

st. eng. 

7571. Escape, v. a. and n. 



7572. Escort, s. 

7573. Escutcheon or scutcheon, s. 

7574. Espy, v. a. and n. 



7575. Establishment, s. 

7576. to be on the establishment. 



7577. beyond, over or above the 
establishment. 

7578. to keep up to the full esta- 
blishment. 

7579. peace or war establishment. 

7580. Estimate, s. 

7581. navy estimate. 

7582. Estuary,- s- 

7583. Etch, v. a. 

7584. Etching, s. 

7385. Ether, s. 

7586. Euphroe, uphroe or uvron. 



7587. Evaporate, V. a. and n. 



7588. Evaporating, s. 

7589. evaporating apparatus. 

7590. Evaporation, s. 

7591. evaporation power. 

7592. Evaporometer, s. 

7593. Even, adj. 



equinoxial. 

points equinoxiaux. 

equinoxe. 

eqninoxe d'automne. 

equinoxe de.printemps. 

equiper, armer: fournir; greer, ha- 

biller, accoutrer. 
equipage, accoutrement, equipe- 

ment, greement, garniture d'un 

vaisseau. 
equipement, attirali , armement, 

fourniment. 
equilibre, poids egal. 
equilibrer, tenir en equilibre, main- 

tenir 1'equilibre. 
equiponderance, egalite de poids, 

pesanteur egale, 
monter. 
monteur. 
montage, 
halle de montage, 
batlerie flottante d'Ericsson. 
helice d'Ericsson. 
fuite, echappement, perte, escape, 

conge, apophyge. 
echappement de 1'air. 
soupape d'echappement. 

fuir, echapper, eluder, eviter', es- 
quiver, se sauver, s'enfuir, -se 
derober. 

escorte, convoi, garde. 

ecu, ecusson, cartouche, miroir. 

epier, distinguer, voir de loin, de- 
couvrir, signaler, espionner, en- 
trevoir, apercevoir. 

etablissement, fondation, etat. 

etre en activile, compter dans 1'ef- 
fectlf, elre porte sur Tetat de 
force. 

exc^dant le complel, au-dessus du 
complet. 

tenir au complet. 

pied de paix ou de guerre, 
devis, etat, estimation, prtx, va- 

leur, prisee, evaluation, calcul 
budget de la marine ou des depen- 

ses de la marine, 
estuaire, bras de mer, embouchure, 
graver i 1'eau forle, tracer, des- 

siner. 
gravure h 1'eau forte, griffonis. 

ether. 

petites cordes au bout d'une drisse 

de lente, fixees a une rondelle 

trouee. 
evaporer, faire evaporer, s'evapo- 

rer, exhaler, aller, s'en aller en 

vapeurs, vaporiser, 
evaporation. 

appareil evaporatoire; evaporatoire. 
evaporation. 

puissance d'evaporation. 
evaporometre, atmidometre. 
egal, uni, aplani, ras, de niveau, 

uniforme, semblable, pareil. 



TOHKH 



a oceHHaro 
BeceHnaro p 



Boopyaienie, ocnacxna. 
Boopya;euie, 



DpHBCCTH 

Btcie 
PaBHOBtcie. 

CooiipaTB, 

CfiopIUHKT) 

CoCnpaHie, ycxaiiOBKa 



6a-rapea 3pHKCOHa, 
9pnKcona BHHTT>. 

noxepav 



Bbixofli>, xeienie Bosjyxa. 
BunycKHofi 



yxenaib, J T XOJI,HXB, 
raxi>, H36f.raxi>, ciiacax&ps. 

KoiiBoft, npiiKpuxie. 
Mtcio Ha 



H03- 



cy^na. 

Kapayjinx^, iioAKapayjiHBaTB, noj,- 
ciaaxpHBaxi,, H a6.no jtaxt, saiat- 



yipeaiseHie; nrraxi, HOJO- 



Ha itftcxBiixeJibHofi c.iya;6t r 
cocxosxt BT> nixax't. 



Mnpnoc HJIH Boeimoe nojioaienie. 
pac-iexi.. 



BOJIKH, 

paBiipoB 

BOJtKH, 



(Jjjioxa, wopcisaa 
ci. noMoni,iio 

aBJHBaXt. 

CT, U,OMOIIU'K) 



JiepeBaHHaro Kpya;i:a K 
cpejnny xenia.. 



HcnapaiB. 



Hcnapenie. 

HcnapnxejiLHHH annapaxi.. 
Hcnapenie. 

Hciiapenia, napooopasoBaHia,. 
ncnapenia. 

PaBHHH, OAHHaKOBH 

Toa;ji;ecxBeHHHH, 



Even. 



199 



Export 



7o9i. ccn keel. 

7595. make or lay even. 

7696. even with. 

7697. R venue**, s. 
70118. Involution. 

7593. to perform evolutions. 

7600. Examination, s. 

7001. examination of a coast. 

7602. Examine, V. a. 



7603. examine a coast. 
760i. examine a strange sail. 

Ezcentric. Y. eecentrie. 
7603. Excentric shot, art. 

7606. Exchange, s. 

7607. exchange of prisoners. 

7608. exchange or transfer of 
stores. 

7609. Exempt or excused from 
duty. 

7610. Exercise, s. 

7611. gun exercise, art. 

7612. manual and platoon, sword 
and lance exercise. 

7613. repository exercise, art. 

761 i- Exhaust, v. a. 



7618. exhaust pipe, St. eng. 

7616. Exhausting pipe, st. eng. 

7617. Exhaustion, s. 

7618. exhaustion port, si. eng. 

7619. Expand, v. a. and n. 



7620. Expanding pitch. 

7621. Expansion, s. 

7622. expansion engine. 

7623. expansioo gear. 

7624. expansion joint. 

7625. expansion power. 

7626. expansion slide or valve, 
st. eng. 

7627. Expansive, adj. 
expansive power. V. ex- 
pansion power. 

7628. expansive principle of steam. 

7626. Explode, v. a. 

7630. Exploration, s. 

7631. Explosion. S. 

7632. explosion of a mine. 

7633. Export, S. C. 

7634. Export, v. C, 



sans aucune difference de tiranl 

d'eau. 
unir, cgaler, aplanir. 

bord a bord, a lleur de, rez, au 
niveau de... 

egalite, uniformite, poli d'une sur- 
face unie. 

evolution, mouvemenl, commence- 
ment d'une courbe. 

evoluer, manoeuvres 

examen, visile, verification, revue, 
vue, perquisilion, recherche. 

atterrage. 

examiner, parcourir, fouiller, faire 
inspection on visile, visiler, ve- 
rifier, interroger. 

reconuaitre une cote. 

visiter un batimenl elranger. 

projectile excenlrique. 
echange, change; bourse 
echange de prisonniers. 
reviremenl. 

exempl, dispense de service. 

exercise, Iravail, pratique, fonction, 

devoir, 
service des canons, des bouches a 

feu. 
maniement des armes. 

manoeuvres de force des bouches 
fr feu. 

epuiser, consommer, user, absorber, 
tarir, metlre a sec, aspirer; con- 
denser, operer 1'eduction. 

conduit d'evacuation. 

tuyau d'aspiration, d'epuisemenl. 

ondensalion, evacuation, exhaus- 
tion. 

orifice d'evacualion. 
etendre, developper, deployer; s'ou- 
vrir, se dilater. 



pas croissant, 
xpansion, dilatation, etendue, de- 

veloppement, de'tenle. 
machine d'expansion, a detente, 
appareil de detente variable, 
oint, glissant. 

brce expansive, pouvoir expansif. 
dissoire expansive, soupape, tiroir 

de detente, tiroir expansif. 
ixpansif. 



principe de la detente de vapeur. 

detoner, faire explosion, fulminer, 

faire sauler. 
xploration, recherche, examen, vi- 

site, exploration, 
^plosion, detonation, 
explosion, jeu. 
exportation, 
xporter. 



nn-ib, ojinnaKOBoe 

Hie Bl BD^t KOpMH H HOCE. 

CpaBHaxt, BUpannaTt, crjia^HTf, co- 

e^HHHTb, IIOJO/KHTb Kh ]<OH'J1L. 
BpOBCHi C1,.... 

PaBHOCTb, 



Mopch-ie 

^BJaTB 3B 
3K3aMeHI,,HCIIUTaHie, 



0<'MOTpt,Hic, 
6epera. 



ociia- 



Ceperi., 
iy;i;oe 



; 6npxa. 
ixi,. 
npunacoBi). 

CBOUO^HLIH oxi> iicnpaB-ienifl 
HOCTII. 



nenie, 
ApTH.i.iepiHCKoe 



oCynenie 
opyH;ieMT>, 
MexaenqecKia no ycxaHOBKf. 

n T. j.. 

HciepnuBaTb, ucxpa^nEaTb, HCTO- 
maxb, BsicacijBaTb, BbinycKsib. 

Tpyoa ^ja BtmycKania napa, 
BcacHBaromaa xpyCa, xpy&a y 4^'T- 

KJianana. 
BuiiycKanic, BUiiycKi, napa. 



JTapOBoe nunycKHoe OKomno. 
Pasinirpaib, pacnpocxpauaTb, paa- 
pacnyci;axb; -paiiuiH- 
, pasBepxuBaxbca, pacnyc- 



marT> Bimxa. 



PacurnpeHie, 
MantHHa 



pasmnpenieMi napa. 
,. oxc-feqKanapa. 



cH.ia. 

PacniHpnxejibHbiH SOJOTHHW,, 'iua- 
uaei. 



Cucxeua DJIH ycxpoficxBO 
napa. 



jja pa3- 
c,it.iaxi. 



Kane, 

spwBT., 

BsUBt JIHHU. 



Exportation. 



200 



Face. 



1635. goods for exportation. C. 

7636. Exposed to the enemy s fire. 
1637- Express-boat. 

7638. External condensation, si, 
eng. 

7639. external condenser, st. eng. 

7640. Extra-drill. 

7641. extra-fatigue. 
7642 extra-guard. 

7643. extra orderly duty. 

7644. Extremity, s. 

7645. extremity of the stem and 
stern post. 

7646. evtremlty of the stern or 
\vii;g transom of a galley. 

7647. Eye, s. 

eye of an anchor. V. an- 
chor. 

7648. ye of a block strap. 
Eye bolt. V. bolt. 

7649. eye bolt and key, techn. 

7650. eye of a cramp, techn. 
dead eye. V. dead. 

7651. flemish eye or made eye. 



7652. eye gasket. 

7653. eye hole. 
7054. lashing eye. 
7G55. eye let hole. 

made eye. V. flemish eye. 

7656. eye piece of a spirit level. 

7657. eye pin. 

7658. reef band eye let hole. 

7C59. eycw of the rigging, eyes of 
the shrouds. 

7660. eyes of a ship. 

7661. eye spindle. 

7662. eye splice or splind eye. 

7663. eye of a -Stay. 

7664. wind's eye, 



marchandises d'exportation. 

a decouvert. 
postilion, patache. 
condensation par contact. ; 

condenseur tubulaire. 
exercise de punition. 

i 
corvee de caserne ou correction- 

nelle. 
garde de puaition. 

service de jour extraordinaire, ou 

correctionnel. 

extremite, fin, bout, queue, 
acculement. 



dragan. 

oeil, oeiilet, encoche, pilon, maille, 
boucle d'estrope de poulie. 



oeil, boucle d'estrope de poulie. 

boulon a clavetle, 
penture. 

oeiilet flamand-> 



garcetle a oeillet, 

regard. 

oeillel ^ saisine. 

oeillot, bague, oeil de pie. 

voyant d'un niveau a bnlle d'air. 

clavelte a oeillel. 

oeillet de vis, porte d'agrafe, oeiltet 

des ris. 
colliers des haubans. 

parlies du vaisseau qui sont voisi- 

nes des ecubiers. 
tige a oeillet. 
epissure en oeil d'estrope ou de 

ganse. 
collet d'etai. 
epi du vent, bit de vent. 



Tonapu KM BHBOsa, BHBOSHUC TO 

CKaro orna. 
HocHJioiHoe cyjuio. 

jarcjieHie napa ipest npiiKOCHo- 
Bem'e ci> XOJOJIHOK) nosepxHOCTiio. 
Tpy6iaTHii xoJiojinjibHiiK'L. 
KHZ' 



CBepxi.-ypoiHaK pafioia 

,u;i n:u>a:sani;!. 

CTCXaHKa Vb 



BfUBfl. 

Kpaft, 

pTfiM^epcoBi., nocre- 
ueHnoe BOSBumenie HXT> OTT. cpe- 
^HHIJ cyana KI> nocy H KOpMi. 
OKOHCHHOCTL KOPMH HJIH BnHxpaHenT> 
raaepti. 

nexjia, oront, yinKO, KO.IBHO. 



y CjioKOBaro cipona. 



OGyxt na oOoiiMHH't, Ha 



Oront, cj.'kiauHijfi pacKpyienienT. 
o^Hoii CTpenjw ci. o^noro Konna 
BepeBHH H o6BiiToii BOKpyn> neuH 
U3T> jpyraro Koui;a TOU 



Pesaim. CT> oroiiOMi. 



HafiTOBHaa DCTJIH. 
OIKO, OTBepciie oroaa. 

Boaayranufi nysupeKi BI cnnpTOBOMi. 
Baxepnact. 



ia HJIH jiK)<|)epCH na 
6aHxii, jiJia p 
Kparn, oroHU y 



I-iasa cy^na, TS.VL 



Cnjiecent 

Oront y niiara. 
HanpaBJiCHie, oiity^a 



F. 



7665. Face, s. 

face or pane of an anvil. 

7666. race of a board. 

face of a compass. V. com- 
pass. 

7667. face of a gun, face of a 
muzzle . 



face, facade, tour, pan. 
tranche. 

tranche de la bouche. 



ciopona, 

flOCKU. 



Face. 



201 



Fall. 



7668. face or pane of a hammer, 
techn. 

7669. face of the hammer of a 
flinl lock, art. 

7670. face-piece. 
7671 face of a plane. 

7672. face-plate. 

7673. Face, v. a. 

7674. to face the cylinder. 

7675. to face the mould with char- 
coal, dust or blackening. 

7676. to face with steel. 

7677. Facing, s. 



7678. Factory, s.i 

7679. Fa, fagged, part (in spea- 
king of a rope). 

7680. fag-end of a rope. 

7681. to fag out. 

768*2. Fagot or faggot, s. 



7683. fagot or billet for stowing 
casks. 

7684. fagot or bloom of old iron, 
techn. 

7685. faggot or. bundle of steel 
bars, techri. 

7686. Faggoted iron, lechn. 

7687. Faggoting, s,.. techn. 

7688. Faint breeze. 
7681). Fair. 'adj. 

7690. fair 'curve. 

7691. lead fair (of a rope). 

7692. fair sky. 

7693. fwir wind. 

7694. does the boat lie fair? 
8696. to fair a ship: to chip the 

timbers fair. 
7696. Jairleader. 



7697. Fairway. 

7698. pilot's fairway: a passage 
or jchaunel wherein, accor- 
ding to usage, or special re- 
gulation, a pilot must be em- 
ployed. 

7699. Fake, s. 

7700. French fake. 



7701. Falconet, s. art. 



7702. brass falconet, art. 
7783. iion falconet, art. 

7704. naval falconet, art. 

7705. Fall, s. 



fall, bend or crook of a mus- 
ket stock. V. bend. 



panne du marleau. 

face de.la batterie d'une platine a 

pierre. 

piece de face, 
semelle dn rabot. 
mandrin universel. 

faire face, front, revetir, couvrir, 

dresser, 
planer les bandes du cylindre. 

soupoudrer le moule. 

mailer, acerer. 

parement, retroussee, facade, front, 

revetement, chemise, revers, 

mise. 
fabrique, comploir, factorie, atelier 

de construction, 
detordu. 

bout de cordage. 

se raguer. 

fagot, fascine; passe-volant; paquet. 



paille, paille d'arrimage. 

paquet. 

trous"se de lames d'acier. 

fer corroyc, 

corroyage. 

brise molle, petite brise. 

beau, pur, avantageux, juste 

courbe reguliere. 
degage, 

ciel serein. 

bon vent. 

le canot est-il accoste? 

parer un vaisseau. 

petite bande a ouver lures, oeillet, 
servant a degager toute manoeu- 
vre. 

passe, milieu d'un chenal. 

passe, que, scion 1'usage, ou con- 
fonnement a une ordonnance 
speclale, on ne peut traverser au- 
trement qu'ayant un pilote a 
bord. 

.cueille; pli, plet, cercle; roue, tour. 

pli, plet, de cardage a la franchise, 
fauconneau". 



berche. 

barce. 

espoir. 

chute, coupe, inclinaison, pente: 

ecroulement; tombee; garant; re- 

traite. 



Mo.ioxa. 



Xmieeaa cxopona, juiu,e oruiiBa, na- 

Bapeiuioe cxajibio, 
nepejuia/i, joGoBaa, .anijeBaa mxyKa. 
Hn;i;naa uoBepxnocxb erpyra. 
JI,ocKa flJia noBtpKH IIJIOCKIIXI> no- 

BepxHOcxeft BT, Maiiuinaxi, 
Cxaxb aimeMT., Haciynaib, ooKJia- 



napo- 



<j>opiiy yrojitHUni no- 



Cxporaib. 
Baro 



Hacra-iHTb, 



o(5ranBKa 



ineft KpinocxH. 
$aKxopi/r, KOHiopa; 



; roBopa o 



COIKII. 



PacnycraTbca, 
IlyKt npyiteB^, CBflSKa xsopocTy; 
MaTpocr>; 



nojt 



II37> CTa.TbHHXT> DO- 



ine-itao H3T> 
CsapKa 3;e,ifoa HSI, 
.HerKift BtxepoKi). 
EpeKpacnufi, acntiii, Mncxaft, 

atift, irpaBiijiiH 
DpaBiiJiBHo - H3ni6aiomaaca 

coraaciiaa mmn 
CBO(ioji;no 

o cnacxn). 

, acnoe HeCo. 
Xop'omiil, iionyi' 
IIo^T3nyTa JIH mjiionKa VT> 6opxy? 
OoxecaTb, ocxporaib, orajiaxxnTB 

naCopi. cyjna. 
IIjiaHKii co nixHsajiH HIII CjoKaun 

H&& iHCiaro iipOBe^ema cuacxeii. 



>: ({)apBaxepi>. 
JWS Manama no Koxopoiiy JI;OJI;HO 
upaxb 



cmCt uanaxa HJH CHacxn-Bi 
HJIH Cyxxy. 
cnacxii ST> jjiHiiHbie 11 ys- 

Bl> O^HHl C.IOH, R.ISi 

oira cna'cxn. 
: cxapiiHaaa nyniKa, cxpt- 
1 ^o IVa 4*y H " 



Mopcuoft 

Ila^enie, pyoua .Tfeca, iioitaTocxb, 
nahuoHiiocxb; yna^OKi; KOHeu'B y 
.tonapb. 



Fall. 



202 



Falls. 



7706. fall of a canal lock. 



cat-fall. Y. cat. 
1707. fail cat tackle block. 

7708. fall of a dam. 

7709. fall in, beat of drum. 

7710. fail or lift of a forge-ham' 
mer, teehn. 

7711. fall of the poop. 

7712. fall of the rails. 



7713. fall or stepping down, of a 
ship's deck. 

7714. tackle-fall. 

n\">. rail, v. a. and n. 



to fan aboard of a ship. 
V. aboard. 

(0 fall astern. Y. astern. 
to fall back. Y. back.. 
to fall calm. Y. calm. 

7716. to fail down. 

7717. to fail or drive to leeward. 

7718. to fall in. 



7719. to fall in with a ship. 

7720. to fall into. 

7721. to ran into gear, techn. 

7722. to fall off. 

7723. to fail olT round. 

7724. to fall on. . 
772IJ. to fall on again. 

7726. to fall over. 

7727. to fail overboard. 

7728. to fall io pieces (as a cask). 

7729. to fail very low (applied to 
the sea). 

7730. the sea is fallen. 

7731. the water fail*. 
7732.. the .wind is falling. 

7733. dont fall off! comm. 

7734. let her fall off! comm. 

7735. fall in! comm. 
773C. Falling, s. 

7737. angle of falling off. 
7638. failing astern. 

7739. failing away. 

falling back. 
falling body. 
falling home. 

7743. falling in. 

7744. falling off. 

7745. time off fulling or descent. 

7746. Falls. 



mur de chute. 



garant de capon, 
deversoir. 

roulement, assemblee. 
voice du marteau.. 

aissade. 

rabattue (un des etages situes au- 

dessus du plat bord d'un grand 

batimenl). 
ravalemeut du pont. 

retraite, bout de garant, relenue, 

prode. 
tomber, s'abattre, dechoir, - dlml- 

nuer, s'abaisser, baisser, laisser 

tomber, mollir. 



abatlre, crouler, tomber, descendre. 

tomber sous le vent. 

ecrouler, ebouler, s'enfoncer; se 
ranger, fermer les rangs; se ras- 
sembler, s'assembler, reunir, se 
reunir; prendre les armes, se 
mettre en ligne. 

rencontrer un vaisseau en mer. 

se rendre. 

s'enclancher. 

abattre, faire son abatee, dechoir. 

arriver tout. 

altaquer. 

redonner. 

tomber sur le c6le, se renverser. 

tomber a la mer. 

tomber en javelle. 

marner. 

la mer est tombee. 

la mar^e refoule. 

le vent amollit. 

n'arrive pas! 

laisse abattre! 

en ligne. formez vos rangs! 

chute, depression, creux. 

derivee. 

culee, action d'aller par la poupe. 

decadence, amaigrissement, defec- 
tion. 

recul, repli. 

corps tombant. 

rentree des oeuvres mortes d'un 
navire. 

eboulemeut, ecroulement, enfonce- 
cement, confluent d'une riviere. 

abatee, arrivee, ecart, embardee. 

temps de chute, 
ravalements de pont. 



Ta nacxB iMKwa, noxopas cocxaB- 
pasnHuy ypOBHfl 



iiurosHaro Ka- 



Kaxi-JIonapB. 

Cnycm, mu BoaocjJHBT, (w cnyc- 

K3Hia .IHlDHefi BOJIU). , 

BapaoaHHtifi 608 JJH cdopa. 
Bucoxa 



Kopiiu. 



Ci>yn;iiBaioiu;aflca 
njanumps 



Ila.iiy6Hafl noKaiocTi, HJH ycxym,. 
Tajicft 



ynaiaxB, onycKaiBca, no- 
onycTHTB, ypOHHTB, 



; cuycKaTBCa no 



Btxepi. 

IlpOBOJIHTBCfl, Bna^aTBJBBICTpOHTBCS, 

ciaib pa^aMH. cofipaib, coo- 



Kopa6jiewi na jiopt. 
or&ivkTpa. 



BnajaTB. 
CooOmHTBc 
CnycKaiBca, 
CnycTniBca 



YuacTi, noBajiHTBca na 
YnacTt sa 6opTi>. 
Pa3JouaTi>c,i B^ KJ-CKH, 
Y6utB, ynacTB, (rosopa o 

Boja 
Bo^a yo 



He ciiycKafica! 
IlycxB Kaxiiica! HycxB cnycnaexca, 
Cxpoiica! 

Ilajenie, naKJioneme; ynaAcnie nojvt 
Bt,xepi>; 



OxcxaBanie oxi, jipyraro cy^na, 

JpefilJtT) KOpMOJO. 

YnajoKi, oxnajieHie, oicxynanie. 

Oxcxyiuenie. 
Eajaiomee xiuio. 



nie, npHxoKi> ptKH. 
Ynajanie nojcb sixepi, 



Bpeus ciia^enia, y6tuiH BO^U, OT- 

iraa. 
Ycxyjiu najyCbi. 



False. 



203 



Fast. 



7747. False, adj. 



false alarm. V. alarm, 
false attack. V. attack. 

7748. false (ire. 

7749. false frame. 

7750. false keel. 

7751. false key or turnbuckle, 
techn. 

7752. false lights. 

7753. false, muster. 

7754. false ports. 

false post. V. false stern 
post. 

7755. false rail: thin piece of plank 
fayed to the inside of head 
rail. 

false stem. V. cutwater. 

7756. false stern. 

7757. false sternpost. 



7758. Fan or fanner. 

7759. Fan, v. a. 

7760. Fancy line : line used for 
overhauling the lee topping 
lift of the main or spanker 
boom; also cord laid up nea- 
tly (braided or otherwise) 
for sash windows, etc., 
shbdg. 

7761. Fang of a pnrnp, techn. 

7762. Fang or lee fangs. 



7763. Fanning breeze, a wind 
just suflicint to cause the 
light sails of a vessel to swell 
and collapse under the dou- 
ble influence of the air and 
the motion of the hull. 

7761. Fash, s. iechn. 



7765. Fashion, s. 



7766, 

7767. 
7768, 



7769. 

7770. 

7771. 
7772. 

7773. 

7774. 



cant fashion piece. 

flaring of the fashion piece. 

fashion pieces. 



fashion timbers. 
shion pieces. 
Fast, s. 
bow fasts. 

breast fasts. ' 
head fasts. 

hold fasf, iechn. 
stern fasts. 



V. fa- 



7775. Fast, adj. 



faux, feint, conlrefail, controuve, 
falsilhj, trompeur,' traitre, perfide, 
infidele, dfloyal, illegal. 



faux-feux. 
faux-chassis. 
fausse quille. 
tourniquet. 

faux-feux. 
passe-volan(. 

faux sabords. 



lisse de herpe, porte-vergue, bras 
de poulaine. \ 



paraglaces. 
faux etambot. 



eventail, soufflet, van, ecran, ven- 
tilateur, machine soufflante, souf- 
flerie. 

eventer, souffler, vanner, ventiler, 

araignee; chassis a coulisse. 



franchise de la pompe. 
cordages de voile supplemenlaires 
sur quelques navires. 



brise justemcnt suftisante a rempljr 
les voiles legeres d'un navire. 



bavure, toile, couture (de jet). 



facon, forme, fabrique, main d'oeu- 

vre, coutume. usage, 
estain devoye. 
devoyement de 1'estain. 
cornieres, estains. 



cable, amarre. 
amarres de bout. 

amarres de travers;. die retenue. 
amarres de bout. 

crampon, valet, main de fer. 
amarres de poupe. 

ferme, stable, immobile; fort, serre 
vite, leger, rapide. 



JOT.HIJH, jamnufi, (JiajmiHBHH, noji, 

J.'klBHHH, BtpOJOMBhW, JIpHXBOp- 
HHH, HC 



pan a. 



ornn. 



cyme- 



TOJIBKO no 
nopru. 



Je^opiat. 



peso Ha aa^Heft 
nocxa. 

BeHTH-iaxopi; 
urnna. 



cxapa- 
na- 



B6HTH.1H- 



); OTTHSKH onycKHHX'L 

J!HXT> OKOHHHXTj paM1> H.TH 
TOBT.. 



BepeBKn, nponycKaejiua 

(}>epcH 6.iH3i> HHaine 

y 6nsaHH na HtKoiopuxi cyiaxi, 

jja npnniHypOBUBaHia npn6aB*o^;- 

Haro napyca. 

Biiept, cnocofinuH TOJIBKO ITO na- 
Bepxnie napyca. 



FpeCenB H.III BOSBUinenie. Ha OT- 

JHTOfi BCIUHj B'h TOMt Mtciiy 
T^t CXOJJflTCfl nOJOBHHKII JTHTeH- 
HOH ,})OpMH. 

, noKpoft,o6pa3em,. 



KopaoJia r 



(Jjamenniict. 



oSpasyiomie Kopny 



HOCOBHC inBapxoBij HJIH :?aB03u c 
Hocy. 

IIlBapXOBH MH 3aB03H Ct UOKOB1. 

HocoBiae mBapxoBM HJIH 

nocy. 

GKo6a, seJiisHaH pyjKa, 

KopMOBHC IHBapTOBH HJH 3aB03H Ct- 



Fast. 



204 



Feed. 



1776. to make fast. 

7777. fast sailer. 

7778. to sail fasf. 

1779. Fasten, v. a. and n. 



7780. to fasten a boat. 

7781. to fasten a chain. 

7782. to fasten in. 

7783. to fasten a towing rope. 

7784. Fastened, part. 
178o. Fastening, s. 

7786. door or sash fastening. 

7787. Fathom, s. 

7788. to measure with a fathom 
or yard. 

7789. running fathom. 

7790. square fathom. 

7791. fathom wood. 



7792. Fathom, v. a. 
1793. Faucet, s. 



1794. faucet-joint or spigot and 

faucet joint, techn. 
7793. faucet pipe, St. eng. 

7796. Favour, v. a. 

7797. to be favoured by the tide, 
by the wind. 

7798. to favour the masts. 
1799. Fay, v. a. shbdg. 

7800. Fear nought. 



7801. Feather, s. 



7802. feather board or Stuff 
1803. to cut a feather. 

7804. feather edge, techn. 

7805. feather edged, techu. 

7806. feather spring, m. o. a. 

7807. feather of Ihe thread, techn. 

7808. feather tongue, techn. 
7807. to feather an oar. 
1810. Feathered, worm, teclm. 
7811. Feathering paddle. 

1812. feathering paddle wheel. 

1813. Feed, s. 

1814. feed apparatus, st. eng. 

1813. feed cock, st. eng. 

feed engine. V. engine. 



arreter, serrer, amarrer. 

fin voilier. 

tailler de 1'avant. 

atlacher, fixer, affermir, assurer, 
resserrer, lier, arreter, serrer, 
caler, joindre, chabler, fermer. 

garer ,nn bateau. 

bacler. 

enfoncer, (icher. 

biller. 

encapele, attache^ fixe, cale, 

noeud, lien, attache, soudure, fer- 
metufe. 

espagnolette. 

brasse, toise anglaise. 

toiser. 

toise courante. 

toise carree. 

bois d'arrimage (rondins droits ser- 
rant ft accorer les pieces a eau 
ou ft vin dans le cale d'un na- 
virej; bois de corde, de chauffage, 
a brnler. 

sonder, approfondir, examiner ft 
fond; penetrer, decouvrir. 

fausset; broche; pissote; siphon, ca- 
nule: robinet de bois; cannelle, 
cannette; rainure, douille. 

joint ft douille. couture a clin. 

tuyau ft emboiture 

favoriser, soulenir, appuyer, - ap- 
prouver. 

la maree est favorable, le vent fa- 
vorise. 

menager les mats. 

aflleurer, joindre, toucher de par- 
tout, coller. ayuster 

frise. 



plume, plumei, panache, bavure; 
talon,, nervure. ergot, tenon. 



planche coupee en lame de cou- 

teau. 
tailler de 1'avant; faire bon, grand 

sillage. 
demaigrissement, biseau. 

en biseau, amenuise. 
ressort de la batterie. 

filet de vis. 

languette. 

mettre ft plat un aviron. 

sorte de vis sans fin. 

aube articulee. 

roue a aubes articulees. 

nourriture. 

appareil alimentaire. 

robinet alimentaire. 



; OHJBapXOBHXb, 

nocxaBiixb Ha inBapxoBH. 
, (roBopa o cyflHi). 
xopoiiiifi xofli, 
ixb, iipiiKpt.nHTL, onmapTO- 

BHTB. 



. 3aJio;nuTt 



3ah-pina, ysejt, oacost, cnafi, 



CaiKeHL. wtpa JUHIHU BI 6 4)yHTOBi. 
Mtpaii, caweHBw, nan 



MaxoBa.i casent. 
KBajrpaxnaa 



Tpyona; iipani; Bnaiima, 



Kpaft na Kpaft, KPOMKH na 
; Bxyjo^noe coe^HHenie. 
Tpy6a CT> Ha6iiBO i iHi>un> coejime- 



BaaroiipiaTCTBOBaxt, 
coeperaxB. 

C.iaioiipi/ixnoe xeneHie, BT>- 



CCeperaxB MUHTBI. 

HJOXHO coe,inHHxi>, IUH Ha.ioa;nx!. 
noBepxHOCxB iia flpyryio. 
oe cyKHo, ynoxpe6japjme 
na sajpaMKy iiopxoBi n na sa- 

HaBtCBI ,BT. . ; IH>KaX7,, BO BpeM^ 

cpa/nenia. 

Ilepo, cy.ixani,; nepOBnocxb, 3asy6- 
pana no Kpanni. cjoxaHHOB) we- 
xaxia; sajHna iacxB y HtKOxo- 
puxT> r.emeft, naKonenaHKi.; BBIC- 
xyn^, BunycKi, mnm,: fl,uwb HST> 
xpyGu napoxo^a. 

cKomeiiHUMT. Kpaesa,. 



MiliXB (iBICXptlft XORl. 

Kpoiiua, 
Kpafi, CKOCT.. 

vzn orHUBHaa npy- 

naptsna, HHXB Bimxa. 
eK'b, c 
BCCJIO 



ToHKift 



Bimxa. 

I!oBopoxnH,i .lonacxH y rpeCuaro 
K0.ieca. 

KOJieCO CT> nOBOpOXHHMH lOIiaCX^MH. 

IlHxauie, cna^/Kenie, Kopui. 
CHa6;i;aH)iD,iH, rnxaxe-unbift anna- 
paxi. 



Feed. 



205 



Ferry. 



7816. reed head, st. eng. 

7817. feed-pipe, St. eng. 

7818. feed-pump, st. eng- 

7819. feed-pump rod, st. eng. 

7820. feed stop valve, st. eng. 

feed snotion pipe. V. *uc 
tlon-pipe. 

7821. feed valve, si. eng. 

7822. feed valve box. st. eng. 

7823. feed water, st. eng. 

7824. to feed a furnace, techn. 

7825. Feeder, s. 

7826. canal feeder. 

7827. Feeding, s. and udj. 

7828. feeding head, techn. 
feeding regulator. V. feed 
stop valve, 

7829. Felloe or felly, s. 

7830. felloe cramp. 

7831. Felt, s. 

7832. Felt, v. a. 

7833. felt grain of wood. 

7834. Felucca, s: a small vessel 
with, sweeps and lateen 
sails, common in the Medi- 
terranean. 



7835. Female, female screw or 
nut, s. 

collar or washer under a 
female screw. V. collar. 

7836. Fend, v. a. 

7837. fend off the boaU 

7838. fend off ahead! 

7839. Fender, s. 

7840. Fender beam, art. 
fender-beam of an ice-brea- 
ker. V. breaker. 
fender-bolt. V. bolt. 

7841. fender of a fire-place. 

7842. fender of junk. 

7843. fender or loose skid. 



7844. fender for a ship when dis- 
charhing a cargo. 

7845. fender strake. 

7846. Ferrule, s 

7847. ferrule, ferril of a lurn- 
bench, techn. 

7848. Ferry, s. 

ferry boat. V. boat. 

7849. horse ferry-boat. 



tuyau alimentaire, & colonne d'oau. 

tuyau alimentaire, nourrisseur. 

pompe alimentaire. 

tige de pompe alimentaire. 

regulaleur alimentaire. 



sonpage alimentaire. 

bolte a soupape alimentaire. 

can d'alimentation. 

charger le fourneau. 
filon, veine, rigole d'alimentation, 
tremie, appareil d'alimentation. 
sas, eclusee. 

alimentation, alimentaire. 
masselote, masselotte. 



jante.' 

lien double. 

feutre. 

feutrer. 

faible de bois. 

felonque, bailment de la Mediter- 
ranee long, leger el etroil; il va 
& la voile, a 1'aviron, el il pent 
etre considers comme un dimi- 
nulif des anciennes galeres dont 
il a conserve la voilure consistanl 
en deux voiles a antennes, por- 
tees par des mats inclines sur 
1'avant. 

femelle, ecrou, 



defenre, parer, delier. 

pare la devant! 

)are devanl! pare a accoster! 

defense, corde de defense, garde, 

pilotis de defense, 
leurtoir. 



garde-feu. 
;orde de defense, 
defense. 



planche de charge. 

defense d'elongis de tambour, 
irole, cercle de fer,. bout, frette, 
mornette. 

mivrot. 

passage' d'eau, bac. 

jac, traille, passe-cheval, chalan. 



BeplBBauHal 

y 4)a6pH1HUMl, KOTMOBI. 

CiiaCir.aioiuaH Tpyfia. 



xpyGa 



nowna. 



II!TOKT> 

nounu. 
CawoitftcTByiomiM n 
KOTJOBT>. 



Cuauaiaioiiuft. 

KopoCna CHa6a;aiomaro 

Bo^a wa CHa6a;eHia, nniaHin KOT- 

JOBI,. . 

IIojKaaiLiBaTi TOHJUBO BT, neia. 
IliiTaTe.i!>, cnaCjHTejb, cnaosaioiuifi 

npiifiopi. 
BOJOBMI, pesyjjyapi. jjj CHa6a;e- 



y oTjnTofi cenyi. 



Kpcairb (nacxL o6o^a itojeca). 

JI,BOHHaa CBfl3b. 
BO-lOHKt. 

HauHBaii) BOiuOKOMi,, oCHTB Boiuo- 

UOMI.. 

Ha, (J)H6pti lepeBa. 
, Heooabiiioe CJ-JIHO B^ cpe- 

U0pf>. 



Failna JIJH BuyrpeHHaa BiiRTOBaa na- 



OTBOJHTI>, HO 

piiTtca 

OTBOJH! yirapaftca na 
OTBOJH! KpioKi! 



niJionKt yja- 



oinopHHH 
, ynopiiuft opyct BT, 



Ilepuja OKO.IO 

.Teepi.. 

peBannHH 6jKHjaa; f B no oojrry 
jjis npe^oxpaHenia ero QTT, nopiir 
BO spejia narpysKH n BHrpysKii. 
aneui, cnycKaeMwft ct cy^ea, 
jl.ig iipe^oxpanenia 6opTOBi> ero 
OTI> ipemg iipii BLirpysKt. 

HapyaiHuft KostyxoBUM Spyct. 

KO:IBU,O , o6py^HKi, oCofiMa , aa- 

KpinHTCJlBHOe K0.1LHO J 



.K3. 

flapoMt 



, oSofijia y rwapHaro CTSH- 



Ferrv. 



206 ' 



Figured. 



1850. ferry man. 
7851. ferry rope or warp. 
1852- small ferry boat. 
"7833. Ferry; v. a. and 11. 

1854. Fetch, y. a. 



"1855. to fetch the harbour. 
7856. to fetch headway or stern- 
way. 
"7857. to fetch the pump. 

7858. to fetch wav. 



"7859. to fetch windward of a 

point. 
7860. fetch! 

1861. Fetter, v. a. 

1862. Fetters, S. 

7863, Fibre, s. 
1864. Fibrous, adj. 

7865. fibrous texture of iron. 

7866. Fid, s. 



7867. to enter the Oil. 

1868. fid-hammer. 

1869. fid hole of a top-mast. 

1870. large lid, toggle. 

1871. mast-fld. 

1872. fid of oakum. 

1873. to fid the top-masts, or top- 
gallant masts. 

7874. wooden lid. 
Fiddle-block. V. block. 

7875. fiddle-head: carved orna- 
ment at the bow of a ves- 
sel over the cutwater in the 
form of a scrole, bent in- 
wards like the handle of a 
violin. 

1876. Field of ice. 

1877. vent Held, art, 



1878. field of vision or view. 

1879. Fife-rail. 

1880. Figaie, s.: a small boat of 
the East Indies in former 
times, having a single mast 
and a poop. It had little 
elevation above the water, 
and was navigated by sails 
as well as by oars. 

7881. naval or sea fight. 

7882. Fight, v. a. and n. 

1883. Figure or figure-head. 

188 i. Figure of the stern. 

1885. Figure* dimension. 



batelier, passeur, nocher. 

cable de traille. 

traillon. 

passer dans un bac; traverser le 

bee, la traille. 
aller querir ou chercher, faire ve- 

nir, apporter, ex^cuter, prendre. 

produire, procurer, obtenir, ar- 

river, gagner, debar rer. 
ar river au port. 
se mouvoir en avant ou en arriere. 

allumer, amorcer, charger, engre- 

ner la pompe. 
jouer dans son etambrai, aller au 

roulis. 



tenir, serrer, pincer le venl, se 

tenir au vent, 
debarrez! 
entraver, enchainer, fixer, meltre 

dans les fers. 
fers de pnsonniers, boucles, ceps, 

chaines. 
fibre: fil, grain, 
fibreux. 
nerf de fer. 
clef du bon de mat, 6pissoir, tape 

d'etoupe, billot, corne, tresillon de 

1'agrecur. 

faire entrer la clef, 
marteau a dents. 

mortaise de mat de hune. 

grand epissoir de bois. 

clef du mat de hune. 

etoupillon. 

passer la clef dans les mats de 

hune ou de perroquet. 
burin. 

orncment de la proue d'un vaisseau 
en forme de manche de violon. 



bane de glace, 
champ de lumicre. 



champ de vision. 

liese de rabattue. 

figale.- nom d'un ancien petit bail- 
ment des Indes Orientales & un 
seul mat, ayont une tengiie a 
1'arriere, peu eleve au-dessus de 
1'eau, et destine a aller a la voile 
ainsi qu'a 1'aviron. 

combat naval. 

combattre, se battre, faire la guerre, 

estacader. 

figure, poulaine, bestion. 
tutelle. 



quote. 



IlapOMHbiii Kaeai't. 
HeCojibinofi napowt. 

, nepet3H;aii., uepenpae- 
na iiopoark. 

'B, XOJUITB saitiii; npoiis- 
; .nocxaBaxb, AOXOJIHTS #o; 
JiaHOCHXb; Hcnycnax'b; 

yHOCHXb, 6paXb, CHOCJlXb. 



Jl,BiiraTi>cfl , 

KOpMOH). 



noHiiy. 



XOflHTB H31. CTOpOHH 
CTOpOHy, Bl> 

(roeopa o 

BO BpeMH KaiKH. 

Btime, upofitn na Bfapi Mero 



BOHI>! 
OKOBHBaTb, HaaOJKIITT, OKOBH, 



OKOBH, 



BOJIOKHO, (jm6pa. 

BOJIOKHHCTUH, JKHJKOBaTblli. 

BojOKHHCioe 
IIIjiarTOBT>, CBafii;a. 



M0.10TOKI> Ha Mapct }S,Jl!l BUKOJiaHH- 

in.iarTOBa. 
y 



| Jl,paei:T>, 



, npo6Ka. 

IIoCTaBHTb CTCHbrit 1JJIH 6paMCT6HbrH 

Ha nuni'Toin,. 



yKpainene HOCQBOH 
cy^na, noxoatee ua 
rpiNJxjrb HJia pyiKy, npeHMymecr- 
BCHHO Ha KOMMepiecKHxi. cyiaxi.. 



Iloae 

i. y saipaBKH, 
HtKOTOpbix'b opy^iaxt, RUS. 

na Hero nopoxa. 
IIojic sptnia. 

pw6nHa. 

He6ojibiiiaro cia- 
pnnHaro cyjina BI OCTI-MH^JH, 

Ct O^HOU MaiTOK) H HOjy-E)TOMl, 

HH3Ko6opTHoe, xo^HBinee na na- 
pycaxi n na Becjaxi,. 



MopCKoe cpanienie, wopcitaa 
Cpasaiica. 



Hocosaa 

KopjtOBaa ^HryP*? Hsoopaateme CRU- 

raro HO HMCHH KOioparo HasH- 

Baexca cyjino. 
Il,H(})peHHi>ia pasM-BpeHLi. HauacaH- 

ii ua aa 



File. 



207 



Fill. 



7886. Flic, s. techn. 

a) fang, tang of a tile. 

b) the teeth. 

c) the cut. 

788". arm oic or rubber, techn. 

7888. armourer's liie. 
1883. bastard flic. 

7890. bent or crooked flic, or rifle. 

7891. blank liie, techn. 

7892. coarse uie, techn. 

7893. coarse triangular or thrue 
square flic, techn. 

789 i. oic cutter, techn. 

7895. flic cutler's chisels, lechn. 

7896. flic cutting, techn. 

7897. death smooth flic, superfine 
uic, techn. 

7898. double cut nic, techn. 

flic dust. V. cast. 

7899. feather edge flie, techn. 

7900. One potance or smooth file, 
techn. 

7901. to finish off with a smooth 
flic, techn. 

7902. hack-saw or knife-flie, techn. 

7903. half round uie, techn. 

7904. flic handle, techn. 

knife flic. V. hack Maw. 

7905. rat tail uie, techn. 

7906. rough toothed flic, techn. 

7907. round off flic, techn. 

7908. round tapering flic, lechn. 

7909. saw or triangular flic, techn. 

7910. second cut file, techn. 
smooth flic. V. fine potance 
flic. 

7911. square flic, lechn. 

three square flie, triangular 
flic. Y. saw flic. 

7912. taper cutter flie, entering 
flic, techn. 

7913. taper hand flic, taper flat 
flic. 

1914. File, v. a. and n. 
7915. to flic rough iron, techn. 



7916. Filer or bastard flier, lechn. 

7917. Filing, s. 

7918. iron filing*. 

7919. Fin, v. a. and n. 

7920. to flii the boiler, st. eng. 
to flii or prime copper caps. 
Y. copper cap. 

7921. to -flu a sail. 

7922. to flii a ship to the beams 

7923. to flu salt water. 

7924. to nil up a mortise \vith it's 
tenon. - 



lime. 

scie, queue. 

dents. 

taille. 

lime a bras, carreau. 

calibre, 
lime batardo. 

rifloir, lime a feuille de sauge. 
Hie creuse. 
rape, lime rude. 

trois quarts. 

fabricant, tailleur de limes, 
etoiles. 

taille de limes, 
lime superfine. 

lime a contre-taille. 

feuille de saule. 
carreletle, lime douce. 

polir. 

liine a couteau ou a fendre les vis. 

lime demi-ronde. 
manche de lime. 

lime a ou en queue de rat. 
carreau, lime grosse, lime en paille. 

lime a arrondir, lime ronde. 
queue de rat. 

tiers-point, lime a trois comes, lime 

triangulaire. 
lime demi-douce. 



lime carree. 

lime plate el fine, 
lime plate pointue. 

limer, adoucir, ritler. 
blanchir. 



adoucisseur, polisseur, limeur, ajus- 

leur. 

limaille, limature, limatiou, limure. 
limaille, sable de fer. 
emplir, remplir, occuper,. verser. 
faire le plein de la chaudiere. 



decharger, eventer, faire servir une 

voile, 
barroter. 

remplir des futailles vides d'eau de 

mer. 
emtnortaiser. 



IlH.'Kl, Hailli.lOItt.. 



Tepnyn.. painnn.ib fio.ihmoM, nanti- 

JOKt. 

Opyaieftnufi nauHJioin-. 
HannjOKi. ci> iiact>ii;nun 

BeJlHHIIHbl. 

KpiiBoB 

BonivTbiu 

Tepnyi"r>, nanHJOK'b, iia3y6oh"i>, rpy- 

6bift TpexrpaHHUH Hannjiorn.. 
TpexrpaHHbifi HaiiHJioirb. 



Maciepi. 
3y6njio RJIK ^tjania naciiMeKT, Ha 



HaniiJKOBi>. 



Toniaiimift 



KRMH. 

THwft HannjiOKt. 
K H.IH lacTnuii uariHJOKi>. 



JIjocKifr, ocipufi HaniuoKi> jnj,i 

SHBaHJfl BIIHTOBt. 

JIo.iyrpyrjii>ii1 iioflniijoin.. 
PyHKa Hannaua 

Kpyratifi n ocTpOKOHeqmjH 

JIOKl. 

BpycoBKa, nannjioKi, ci> 



KpyrjiHH 

KpyiMMH II OCTpOKOlie'IHUii 
JIOKl). 

TpexrpanHtiii nanHJiOKi> 
HannjoKi> ci MBJIKHMH 



nO^UHJIOK1>. 



:ift, ociporpanHbin uannjiOEi. 

DjOCKifl OCTpOKOIieHHUM 



IlHJinTI>, OIIHJIHBaTI.. 

KoBanyw aiejiisHyK) Bemi, OIIHJIH- 

Baii, OTotjIHBaTL T6pnjTOMT> HJIH 
HanH.IKOMT,. 

Cjiecapt, saHHMaiomiiicff OHHJIOB- 
n npiiroHKoro 



OIIHJKH 
, nacbi 
Koie.ii> BO,IOK>. 



co Apeft4>a, HanojHHTb. na- 
pyca. 

Harpy 3HTb cyjjno BHJioib ^o CHM- 

COBTi. 

HanojHiiTB nycTbia COUKH coJieaOH> 

BO^OIO. 

BnycTHTb mnni B 



Fill. 



208 



Finery. 



7925. 

7926. 



7327. 



7928. 



to CH water. 

on the main top sail! 

filled shell. V. shell. 
a ship whose bottom is oiled. 
V. ruling of a ship's bottom. 
Fillet, S. 



breech fillet, between the 
convex and concave moul- 
dings, art. 

7929. button fillet, art. 

. cascab'e fillet. V. cascable. 

7930. fore and hind fillet, art. 

7931. fillet or moulding plane. 

7932. muzzle fillet, art. 

7933. small muzzle fillet. 

7934. Filling, s., shbdg. 

7933. beam Hieing: short lengths 
of wood cut to go between 
the beams, in order to fill 
up the stowage, and rea- 
ching a little above them, 
so as to prevent the weight 
of the cargo between the 
decks from resting upon the 
beams. 

7936. filling a ship's bottom, con- 
vexity of a ship's bottom. 

7937. filling futtock. 

filling piece. V. filling lim- 
ber 

7938. fining place, techn. 



7939. filling room. 



7940. filling shells, art. 

7941. filling dUmber, or filling in 
piece. 

7942. Filling-*, s. pi. (between 
the head checks of a ship). 

7943. Filllter*plane, techn. 

7944. Filter, s. 

7945. Filter, v. a. and n. 

7946. Filtering stone. 

to fine-bore. V. bore, 
fine borer. V. borer. 

7947. Fine, adj. 

7947. fine iron, fine metal, finery 
metal, techn. 

7948. fine rower. 

7949. Fine, v. a. 



fa ire de 1'eau. 
evente ou fais servir le grand hu 
nier! 



bande, bandeletto , bandeau; listel 
listeau, astragale; cointure, fusee 
anneau, annelet, fronteau, orle 
c6te, filet, nervure. 

(gorge et lord), Itstel de la gorge 
ou du tore de la culasse. 

listel dn bouton. 

listel superieur et inferieur. 

tire-filet. 

ceinture de la couronne. 

reglet. 

remplissage, chargement. 

petites allonges de bout. . 



7950. to fine draw. 

7951. Finery, s., techn. 

finery, fine or plate metal. 
V. fine iron. 

7952. finery of grey casting, techn. 



poitrine de gabords. 



allonge de remplissage. 



arriere-creuset. 



four, soute vitree. 



chargement de bombes, de projec- 
tiles creux. 

couple de remplissage, accotar, mas- 
sif, clef entre les varangues. 

remplissage entre les joutereaux, 
frise de 1'eperon. 

guillaume. feuilleret. 
filtre, chausse, couloir, 
fillrer, passer, se filtrer. 
larmier, gouttiere, fillre. 



beau, bel; fin, rafflne, propre, 

adroit, 
fin metal (fonte de'carbure'e dans 

un four de finerie). 
bonne de nage. 
afflner, raffiner, epurer, purifier. 



renlraire, trefiler le fil d'acier. 

aflinerie, fmerie, chaufferie, alle- 
manderie, retardicre. 



fin age. 



Haji;iTi>ia, saiiacxiicb 

rpOT7,-Mapce.ii,! 



; aue p re.ii>; s 
nepenoacoKi,. 

IIjiocKifi n yauifi i^ 
ni.ifi KTJ ,7,pyro.My 



, <Jpii3T> 



Bepxnifi n 
fropua ,1.1,1 
Oi;pyrjieHHi,iH n.ioci;ift 



na 
<I>pn3i>. 



ie, safmpanie mnaiufi HJIH 



CHMCOBT>: 3 r ro 
Henie ,i,tjaeTca KPOTKHMH 



Mea;,iy 

nycTom cnepxt, r 



OomiiBKa IIO,T;BO^HOH iiaexii cyina 
aie.TiiSHHMH rnoajjiiiii BMtcTO Mijj- 
noii oCuiHBKii. 

Ilfi (jiyTOKCl. - 



ropna, 

paCo'iiS CTO- 
poiit. 

OT^-E-ienie, r it.iaBiiieeca npcnt^e Ha 
cy^axi, no:ta,iH KpioiiTKaMepti, BT, 

KOTOpOMT, HaCI>IIiajIHCI> KapTVSH. 

Bcunanie paspUBiiaro sapa^a Bt 
rpanaxy. 
miionKii, 



, (JpycKH ,n.ia 
nycTom Me/K^y ra.iLroniii.ijiH 



Cxpyr'j,. <})yraHOK7.. 
H,iAMO, nt^iuKa, 
Il.'B.THTb, nponf>;i;H 
BofloiiponycKHoft K 



, KpaciiBtiR, 
acntjfi, xoiiidfi. 



lerKoe Ha rpefij-B cyino. 

MiimaTt, pa<j)HHii- 
jieTaj.ibi; npespamaTB ^y- 
ryni. BT> ajejitso. 

CKB03B BOJOTIIUBHK) 



Pa<j)HHHpoBaHie, oinmenie 



Finery. 



209 



Fire. 



7953. Finery process, techn. 

7934. finery or refining furnace, 
techn. 

7955. Fining, refining, s. techn. 

7956. to flnish or draw off, techn. 

7957. Finisher and stripper in a 
small arm manufactory 
in. o. a 

7958. Finishing bit, techn. 

7959. finishing borer, lechn. 

7960. lower finishing of the quar- 
ter gallery. 

7961. finishing of a ship's tim- 
bers before theathing. 

7962. Stripping and finishing a 
fire arm, m. o. a. 

7963. finishing tool for parts of a 
gun lock, m. o. a. 

7964. Fir, s. (abies, pinus picea, 
pinus abies). 

7965. fir built boat. 

7966. fir joist. 

7967. Fire, s. 

fire arm. Y. arm. 

7968. fire arrow. 



fire-ball. V. ball. 

fire balloon. Y. balloon. 

7969. fire bar. 

7970. fire bar lug or bearer, st. 
eng. 

fire-barrel, V barrel. 

7971. fire-bavin. 



7972. fire bell. 

7972 s best fire wood. 

fire-boom. Y. boom. 

7973. fire-box, st. eng. 

7974. fire-box door, st.eng. 
fire brick. Y. brick, 
fire bridge. Y. bridge. 

7975. to bring the fire of seve- 
ral guns to bear upon an 
object, art. 

brisk fire, v. brisk, 
fire bucket. Y. bucket, 
fire clay. V. clay. 

7976. fire-chest. 

7977. close, well sustained fire. 

7978. to combine the fire of guns, 
art. 

7979. fire damp. 

7980. depressed fire, art. 

7981. direct fire, art. 

7982. fire door or mouth. 

7983. fire engine. 

7984. false fire. 

7985. fire-fan. 

7986. fire grate. 



preparation du fin metal, 
finerie. feu ou foyer de finerie 

finage de la fonte. 
polir, ragreer, replanir. 
equipeur, equipeur-monteur. 

polissoir, alesoir. 
polissoir, adoucisseur. 

cul de lampe de bouteille. 
parage. 

ajustage d'une arme a feu. 
rodoir. 

sapin, pin, bois de sapin ou de 

pin, pesse. 
sapiuiere. 
sapine. 
feu, flamme, Incendie. 

fleche ardente, lance, dard en feu. 



barre de fourneau, de foyer, bar- 

reau de grille, 
support, sommier de grille. 



fascine goudronnee, artifice employe 
dans les brulots, et qu'on nomme, 
aussi tourteau. 

cloche d'alarme. 

bois de moule. 

boite a feu, foyer, 
porte du foyer. 



labourer. 



coffre a feu, caisse d'artifice. 
feu bien nourri. 

compasser les feux, 



grisou. 

tir a angle de depression. 

feu direct- 

porte du foyer. 

pompe a incendie, pompe a feu. 

faux-feu. 

ecran, eventoir. 

grille du foyer. 



Ilpo 
siexajijia. 



neiB nxn pa<jmHHpOBams 
i. 
Pa<j)HHHpOBaHie, OHHBjenie nyryna. 



noMoraionu'ft 
BptsHBanin BT, josy pyxefi- 

nacxeii. 
Kpacnoe, onoinaxe.iBHoe 

, crjra- 
at CTBOJTB napisKi. 

paKOBHHH. 



crja- 



ijienoBT. cyflna 

06mHBKOK. 



Haro opystia. 



cieft 
EJIB, cocsa. 



noanpOBaaia 



nocTpoenaaa 
aa 6ajKa. 
OroHt, MaMH, noxapx 

ropamHX'B 



COCHH. 



, ynoxpe- 



napycoBt na 



KojOCHHKt. 



y nonepe^HHKa 

JIOCHHKaMH. 



KO- 



na 



ipeBora 
pHBia 

, Tomta. 



CoCpejOTOIBTB OIOHB H'feCKOJBEHX'b 

opy^ift Ha osnni upe,HMeTi. 



xopomo 



pas- 



CTBie 

PyjHHiHBift, BocnjiaMeHHK)m,ifica yr- 
mi. 



[Ipaiiofi oroHB. 



pimexKa. 



xpy6a. 



II 



Fire. 



210 



Fire. 



7987. fire guard, techn. 

7988. to bang Ore, techn. 



7989. hanging flre. 

7990. fire hearth: cast iron cook- 
ing apparatus used on board 
of vessels. 

Ore hole in the ice. V. ice. 

7991. to keep under or subdue 
the fire of a work. 

to lay fire. V. to lay. 

7992. fire lock. 

fire lump. V. fire tile block. 

7993. to maintain an incessant 
fire, art. 

7994. fireman, S. 

7995. miss fire. 
7196. to miss fire. 

fire mouth. Y. fire door. 

7997. fire pan, m. o. a. 

7998. fire place or hearth of a 
furnace. 

7999. fire place for lighting a 
fire-ship. 

8000. firc-plale. 

8001. plunging fire, art. 

8002. fire-proof. 

8003. fire-pump. 

8004. fire rail, shbdg. 

8005. fire rake. 

8006. to return the euemy's fire. 

8007. reverse fire, art. 

8008. fire room. 

8009. running fire, art. 

8010. running out fire or refi- 
ning furnace. 

8011. fire screen. 

8012. to set fire to. 

8013. fire ship, fire boat. 

8014. ship on fire. 

8015. fire-shovel. 

8016. fire-slice. 

8017. to silence the fire of a bat- 
tery. 

8018. Fire stations. 

8019. fire-stone, sandstone grit, 
refractory sandstone, mill- 
stone grit, techn. 

8020. to sustain the enemy's fire. 

8021. fire tile. 

8022. fire tile block or fire lump. 

8023. vertical fire, art. 

8024. fire work, art. 

8025. rirc, v. a. and n. 



to flre blank cartridge. V. 

blank. 

S02G. to fire case-shot, art. 

8027. to fire close to the object, 
art. 

8028. to flre at a depressed angle, 
art. 

8029. to fire a gun under a ship's 
proper flag. 



avant-foyer. 
faire long feu. 



long feu. 

appareil en fer de fonte pour faire 

la cuisine, employe a bord des 

vaisseaux. 

faire ralentir ou languir le feu. 



fusil, arquebuse. 
foudroyer. 

chauffeur, stoqueur. 

faux feu. 

rater, faire faux feu. 

bassinet. 

chauffe, creuset, toquerie 

secret. 



couvre-feu. 

feu plongeant 

a 1'epreuve de lir, de feu, d'in- 

cendie. 

pompe a incendie. 
lisse de gaillard el de dunette. 
stoqueur. 
riposler au feu. 
feu a revcrs ou de revers. 
cuve, chemince. 

feu roulant. 

feu ou foyer de finerie. 

ecran, evenloir. 

incendier, mettre le feu. 

brulot- 

bailment en feu 

pelle & feu. 

lance a feu. 

eteindre le feu d'une batterie, 

elat, r61e des posies en cas d'in- 
cendie. 

atre, contre-coeur; chemise de 1'ou- 
vrage d'un haul fourneau; pier- 
re k fusil, silex. 

essuyer le feu de 1'enneini. 

tuile refractaire. 

bloc refractaire. 

tir vertical. 

composition pyrotechnique. 

tirer, lacher. faire une decharge, 
mettre le feu, embraser: enflam- 
mer, prendre feu, s'enflammer, 
incendier. 



tirer & mitraille. 
tirer a bout portant. 

plonger. 

assurer le pavilion. 



ropna na paooieft cxopoHt 

neiii. 

Cxpijiaxb P^AKO, qpesi CioJiBinie npo- 
MeaiyiKn BpeMenii; saBait oefei- 
ny. " 

ejjeHHtiH oroHB. 
Kopa6ejibHbifi KyxonnuH annapaxi. 



, OCJiaClHTB OFOHB. 



CHJUB- 



Hfclfi OrOHB. 

Koierapt, 



IIojiKa y pya;eiinaro 
Tonna y neiH. 



na 

H;eHia, HSBtciuoe JinraB KO- 
Manjnpy. 
KpuniKa ,^,1 orna. 

CKJIOHHTeJIBHSlS, HaBf>CIIUH OfOHB. 

HenpOHHuaeiiuft &na. orna. 

, noatapnaa xpy6a. 
na 6airib H niKanuaxx. 
Koiepra. 

na nenpiaiejBCKift OFOHB. 

01(111!,. 

UlaxTa ^oMeiinoR H Boofirne roax- 
TOBOH neiH. 
oronB. 

IICIB. 



mnpMa. 



ropaui.ee cy^no. 

Koiepra B'B Bint 

Dpaiviaa Konepra, 6031. 

SaciasiiTB saMOJiqaTB, npenpaTHTB 



Pocnucanie KOMau^hi na c-iyiaft no- 
Htapa; noxapnoe pociiHcanie. 

noji.%; napyjKHaa cxtna RQ- 
; Kpeuenb. 



oroHB. 
Knpnjj<n>. 
OrHenocioaHHaa 
Hafltcnaa 

cociaBi. 

, cxptjiaTB, saajuraTB, 
noaiapi. 



BI> ynopi. 



BHCXp'E- 



XB nat nymra c% 
xiejai> <f Jiara. 



Fire. 



211 



Fish. 



8030. to flrc hot shot, art. 

8031. to fire off, art. 

8032. to lire a rocket, art, 

8033. to Ore at a target, art. 

8033. to Ore up. 

8034. to Ore a watch or beacon 
light. 

8083. Ore! 

S036. Firing, S. 

artillery firing. V. artil- 
lery, 
firing the broadside. V. 

broadside. 

to cease firing. V. cease. 

8037. concentrated firing, art. 

8038. firing at the highest ele- 
vation, art. 



8039. firing hot shot, art. 

8040. independant or file firing, 
art. 

8041. injured or unserviceable by 

firing, art. 

8042. firing iron, techn. 

8043. firing a piece to bursting, 
art. 

8044. firing point blank, art. 

8045. firing in succession, art. 

8046. firing trunnion holes, art. 

8047. Commence firing! comm. 

8048. cease firing! comm. (when 
in action). 

8049. cease firing! comm. (after 
a salute). 

8050. Firkin, S. 

8051. Firman, S 

8052. First, adj. 

8053. first coat., techn. 

8054. first lieutenant. 

8055. first rate. 



8056. first reinforce ring art. 

8057. Fish, s. 

8058. to belay the fish, 
fish davit. V- davit. 

8059. fish-clay. 

8060. fish-front or paunch, 
fish-gear. V. gear. 

8061. fish-gig. 

8062. to haul away the fish. 

8063. fish-hook. 

8064. to hook the fish. 

8065. fish of a mast. 

8066. fish pendant. 



tirer a boulets rouges, 
de" charger. 

faire parlir une fusee, 
tirer au blanc ou au but. 
allumer les feux. 
faire parter un fanal. 

feu! haul le bras! lire! 
feu, tir, fusillade, coup de fusil; 
chauffage, chauffe, 



feu concentre\ 
tir a toule voice. 



tir a boulets rouges. 

tir a volonte ou a billebande. 



degrade par le tir. 

ringard. 

tir a outrance. 

tir de but en blanc. 



tir successif, selon 1'ordre des ca- 
nons. 

encastrement de tir. 
commencez le feu! envoi! 
cessez le feu! 

a bas le feu! 



quart d'un barrique. quartant, ba- 

rillot. 
firman, passeport, conge. 

premier, chef, principal; le plus an- 

cien, primitif. 
crepi, enduit, renformis, premiere 

couche, 
lieutenant en premier, premier 

lieutenant, 
du premier rang; de la premiere 

classe: de premiere grandeur, du 

premier ordre. 
ceinture du renfort. 

poisson; jumelle; colon, gaburon, 

candelette, ravier. 
amarrer la candelelle. 

jour 'maigre. 
jumelle. 

croc, fouine, harpon, brident. 

haler sur la candelette. 

hamecon, hain. 

crocher la candelette. 

jumelle. 

garant de candelette. 



CnycxHXB, 6pociixB pauexy. 
BI ITBJIB. 



OCBt'IHXB CXOpO/ECBOH 



Cxp-Ejafi! Ilajw! Il-ml 

; Bucxp-Ln; TODJieHie ne- 



'B no.H'B HaHo'o.iBnniM'B y- 
BOSBtinieHia, uaKofi XOJBKO 
no ycxpoficxny jiaijexa, MOJKHO 
npajaxt opy^iro. 
CTpt.it6a KajenuMH /r^paMH. 
Cxpt-itCa 6e3t codjuojtema onepe^H, 
HJIH Cucxpaa cxp-fejifcga 6e3t npn- 



Koiepra. 



jo paspHBa opy^ift. 



npii KOxopOMt 

irkiin no np^Moft 
nn; npn.uou eucm 
Cxptai-fJa no o^epe^a; 



Haiaxt na 



rnfeja. 
! (BO Bpesia 6oa). 



OpeKpaxnxB na.iB6y! (nocjii 
naro ycxanoBJieHnaro HHCja BH- 
cxp-fejiOBi SM cajroxa). 

Bo'ieaoKB BI .pa 



$npMaH-B, nacnopx^, 



iK, cxapmifi. 
caoft OKpacKH. 
cxapmifi jiefixenaHrB. 

HepBaro panra, nepBaro Kaacca, 
nepBO-cxaxeFnnaft. 



sie!K,ny KaseHHOK) H 
Pti6a; 4>HfflT>. 
KpinnxB 4>nnn>. 



IIOCXHBIH 

IIlKajio na 



,, KonBe. (y BijiOMOpn;eBi 
KOCOKB). 

xB, CpaxB na (Jtnm'B. 
jus 



ILh;ajo na 



Fish. 



212 



Fitting. 



8067. flsh room: space between 
the after hold and spirit 
room; it is now chiefly 
used for storing lumber. 

8068. fish-spear. 

8069. flsh-tackle. 

8070. flsh-tackle pendant 

8071. flsh tub. 

8072. flab of a yard. 

8073. Fish, v. a. and n. 

to flsh an anchor. V. an- 
chor. 

8074. to fish a mast. 

8075. to reflsh a mast. 

8076. to fl^h up. 

8077. to flsh a yard. 

8078. rishcd beam. 



8079. Fisherman, s. 



8080. 

8081. 
8082. 
8083. 
8084. 

8085. 
8086. 

8087. 



8088, 



8089, 
8090. 



lumberman's bend or knot. 
Y. bend, 
fisherman's tackle. 



Fishing, s. 

fishing boat. 
fishing boat 
fishing gear. 



with a well. 



fishing rod and line, 
small channel fishing boat. 

fishing smack: a sloop con- 
structed to be used as a 
fishing vessel, having in 
it's hold a well, wherein to 
preserve the fish alive. 
fishing stores. 
fishing vessels. Y. whale 
fisheries. 
Fissure, S. 
Fit, adj. 



8091. fit for duly. 

8092. Fit, v. a. 



8093. fit in or into recess, techn. 

8094. to fit out. 



8093. o fit rigging. 

8096. fit-rod: a small iron rod 
with a hook on the end 
used for being inserted into 
the holes made in a ves- 
sel's side, in order to ascer- 
tain the required length of 
the bolts or treenails which 
are to be driven in. 

8097. to fit a top-mast. 

8098. rittcr, s. 

8099. fitter out. 

8100. Fitting, s. 



soute au poisson: espace entre la 
cale d'arriere et la cale au vin. 



harpon, fouine. 

palan de candelette. 

garant de palan de candelette. 

cuvier, coquette. 

martegau, matagot, jumelle de bras- 

seyage. 
pecher. 



jumeler un mat. 

reclamper un mat. 

repecher. 

jumeler une vergue. 

poutre rallongee et armee par 

deux fourrures entaillees et ser- 

rees par boulons. 



pecheur, bateau pecheur, barque 
de peche. 



engin. 

peche, jumelle, clamp. 

bateau pecheur. 

vivier. 

ustensiles, attirail de peche. 

gaule et lignc de peche. 
picoteux, lemuncule. 

sloop avec un vivier. 



provisions pour la peche. 



fente, crevasse, ouverture, lezarde. 

propre, prel; capable, prepare, en 

etat de, apte, bon, convenable. 

en etat de service effectif. 
ajuster, adapter, disposer, preparer, 

accommoder. emboiter, encastrer, 

appareiller: monter. 
encastrer. 

fiquiper, fournir, armer, expedier, 
mettre un vaisseau dehors. 

greer. 

tfge en fer pour mesurer la lon- 
gueur des trous fores, destines 
k recevoir les boulons. 



ajusler un mat de hune. 
garnisseur, ajusleur, monteur. 

armateur. 

ajustage, ajustement, encastrement, 



PH0HBIH norpe6i> : npocxpancTBO 
neamy axTept-JuoKOMt n BHHHBIM'B 
norpe6oin>. 

KOIIBC, ocipora. 



nntenTejii>. 
^M pu6Bi. 
muajio y pea. 



JOBHTB pu6y. 



niKajio Ha 
BHOBB DiKajH na 

OCTaTB, ^06HTB H31 BOJ1.IJ. 

inKajo na peio. 
CocianHaa 6ajiKa, DJH jtsi CajKii, 
coeflnneHHtifl Ha CTUK* <J)iiinaMH 

HJH fflKajiaMH Cl JlByxt npOTH- 

CTOpoin>, 



, pu6au,i;aa 



CTF. 



ci> 
cnacTH 

HOCTH 

IlpyTi, H .TBca 
Pti6auKaa 
6eperi 

mwaKa,. CT, TpioMOMi 



npn 



npanacu. 



IOJIHLIH, y,j;o6HUH, iipnjHiHUH, cno- 
co6nH8, npmiaaieHHijH, npncno- 



npn- 
Bcia- 



BS 



KT> no- 



cjiya;6u, 



BJHTB, BPOHATB, 

BT> naai, 



xojiy, CHa6a;aTB 



OcHaCTHTB. 

JKejitsHiift npyit ci KPK>HKOMI na 
KOHn,i, js,xx Mipania AJIHHH npo- 

CBepJieHHHX'B ^Hpt, BT. KOTOpBia 

GEITB nponymeHBi COJITBI. 



BoopysHTB, ocnaciHTB cieHBry. 
CoopmnKi ManiHiiBi, uauiHHHHH cje- 
capB. 



npnjtajEeme, sanycKame, 



Fitting. 



213 



Flag. 



8101. close fitting, carp. 

8102. fitting out. 

8103. fitting strip. 

8101. fitting up. 

8105. Fittings up. 

8106. Fix, v. a. and n. 



to Ox bayonets. V. bay- 
onet. 

8101. to fix a fuse. Art. 

8108. to fix the planks and thick 
stuff of a ship's ceiling to 
the timbers. 

8109. to fix the quick-match on 
fireworks, art. 

8110. to fix the shrouds at the 
mast head. 

8111. Fixed, adj. 



fixed ammunition. V. am 
munition. 

fixed bridge. V. bridge. 
8112. fixed expansion, st. eng. 



8113. fixed head, mec. 

8114. fixed rockets, art. 



round of fixed ammunition. 

V- ammunition. 
81 IS. the wind is fixed. 
8116. Fixing, s. 



8117. fixing of the downs. 
8818. Fixing of melted metal, 
techn. 

8119. Fizz, v. a. 

8120. Fizzing, adj. techn. 

8121. fizzing heat. 

8122. Flag, s. 

Queen's Regulations. Chap. 
IV. Section V. Statute 8 and 
9. Victoria c. 81. 

8123. bunting of a flag. 
8124 commander's flag. 

8125. flag of defiance, the bloody 
ancient, red flag. 

8126. to display the flag, to show 
the colours. 

812". fly of a flag. 

8128. to hang the flag half mast 
high. 

3129. to haul down the flag. 

to heave out the flag. V. 
to hoist the flag. 

8130. to hoist a flag. 

8131. to hoist one's flag on ta- 
king command. 



engraissement. 

equipemenl, approvisionnement, ar- 

moment d'un vaisseau. 
baguette d'ajustage. 

arrangement, appareil interieur. 

greement. 

fixer, arreter, etablir, altacher, d6- 
terminer, choisir, asseoir, enga- 
ger, assurer, se figer, se soli- 
difler. 



enfoncer une fusee, 
vaigrer, 

etoupiller. 

capeler les haubans, 

fait, fixe, arrete; fige, solidifie. 



detente naturelle, fixe, par le tiroir. 



poupee de la roue, 
jet de feu. 



le vent est fait, 
fixation. 



fixation des dunes, 
congelation, solidification. 

siffler. 

suant. 

chaleur suante. 

pavilion, drapeau, banniere, gi- 

rouette. 
Decret sur le service a bord des 

bailments de la flotte. 15 Aout. 

1851. T.II, art 13 32. 
examine, 

pavilion de commandement. 
pavilion de guerre. 



deployer le pavilion, faire pavilion. 

queue de pavilion, battant et guin- 

dant du pnvillon. 
hisser le pavilion en deuil. 



amener le pavilion. 



arborer un pavilion, 
monter un vaisseau. 



JUH Cpycteui, Bt 
mmrB HJH na3i. 
Boopysenie H cnaCHtenie cyjea KB 



ycxanoBKH MexanH3Ma, 
nefiua. 
Bnyxpennee ycxpoficTBO, 



YcxanoBJi/ixB, 

naBimaxB; 



, onpe;TB- 
cry- 



o6fflHBEy. 



npOBCCTH CTOHHHI. 
HajOJRHTB Ha TORT, BaHTBI. 

Onpeji;ijieHHBift, 



IIocTOflHHoe pasmnpenie napa, npO" 

Ii3BOSHMOe 30JOTHHKOMI; nOCT03H- 



EaTponi, y cranita. 
4'oHTanT) (nijiBsa, uaCuxaa nopoxo- 
BHMI cocxaBOMT. H 



ycxaHOBH.icfl. 



ycxaHO- 



Mexajua. 



, CBiiexixB. 
CoiHuft, roBopa o Ht 



MopCKoS YcxaBt. Pa3j4ji T. r^ 
Ba II, ex. 918987. 



KpacHHfi ^Jiar-B, 
cxapimy RJIX 



, iiOKasaxB CBOH 
XBOCifc Bmine.ia HJIH 



o HOJIOBHHH BHCOXH 
ra<)ejia nan cxeHBrn Bt 
xpaypa . 



Flag. 



214 



Flapping. 



8132. 



8133, 



8134. 
8135. 
8136. 
8137. 

8138. 
8139. 



8140. 
8141 
8142 
8143 
8144. 
8145. 

8146. 

8147, 



8148. 
8149. 

8150. 
8151. 
8152. 

8153. 
8154. 

8155. 



8156, 

8157. 
8158 



8159 
8160 

8161 



8162, 
8163 
8164 
8165 
8166, 



8167. 
8168, 

8169 



to hoist the 
waft. 



with the 



imperial flag. 
to lower the flag. 
to strike the flag. 
large flag. 
national flag. 
neutral flag, 
flag officer. 

quarantine flag. 
flag- ship. 



small flag. 

split flag. 

flag-staff. 

flag-staff fid, bolt or pin. 

strange or foreign flag. 

to strike the flag or colours. 

nag with a tongue. 
flag of truce. 



flag-union. 
Flake, s. 

Flake of fire. 
Flake of ice. 
flake white. 

Flambeau, torch or link, s. 

Flame, S. 

flame bridge. Y. bridge. 

Flaming, adj. 

Flanclilng or flaneblng 

out. Y. flaring. 

Flange or Ranch, s. tcchn. 

flange chuck. 

flange or cutter plate of a 

moulding frame, techn. 

flange joint. 

flange or lip of a flask for 
casting, lechn. 
port flange: a piece of wood 
fixed on the ship's side 
over a port, to prevent wa- 
ter or dirt from going into 
the port when open, shbdg. 
tire flange, lechn. 
Flank, s. 

flank of a tooth, lechn. 
Flanking fire, art. 
Flap, s. 

flap or cover of a cartridge 

box, art. Y. cartridge. 

iron flap. 

nap of a sail, in a heavy 

sea. 

flap valve, st. eng. 



8170. Flap, v. a. 

8171. the sails are flapping to 
the mast. 



faire flotter le pavilion en berne. 



pavilion imperial. 



grand pavilion. 

pavilion national. 

pavilion neutre. 

officier general de marine, chef 

d'escadre. 

pavilion de quarantaine. 
pavilion, vaisseau commandant, 

ou qui porte le pavilion de com- 

mandement, amiral. 
petit pavilion, 
pavilion en cornet, 
mat, epars, gaule de pavilion, 
croisette. 

pavilion etranger. 
amener, baisser, mettre has le 

pavilion; faire pavilion blanc. 
pavilion a trois pointes. 
parlementaire, vaisseau, bailment 

parlementaire, pavilion, drapeau 

blanc, cartel, 
pavilion anglais, 
etincelle, bluette, flocon, ecaille, 

lame, echafaud a secher la morue. 
flammeche. 

glacon, morceau de glace, 
oxide de bismuth, ceruse, blanc de 

ceruse. 

flambeau, torche. 
flamme, feu, combustion. 

flamboyant, fulminant, foudroyant. 



patle, bavure, oreille, talon, rebord, 

collerette, saillie, bride, collel. 
mandrin a pointes. 
bride d' un chassis de moulage. 



joint a collel. 

taquet, plaque ii oreille percee. 

corniche de sabord. 



rebord de bandage d'une roue, 
flanc, c6te, aile. 
flanc d'une denl. 
feu flanquant ou de flanc. 
clapet, moraillon , palle, pente, 
obturateur, rabat. 



obran. 
saccade. 

clapet, soupape a guide. 

fouetter, agiter, balancer, batlre, 

retomber, pendre. 
les voiles fouettent le mat. 



meida 
HJIH 
HMIIEPATOPCKIH 



BoJiLraoft (Juan,. 
Haii,ioHajiBH6iH 4 



(Juan. nepeBssaHHufi HJH 
atryTOMi>, RAX oCpa- 
Ha ceda EHHuania 



KapaHTHHima 



Ulrapi,, 
MHOcip 
CnycTiiTB 



y (JwiarniTOKa. 



ct TpeMa 
IleperoBopHuii , 



<J>Jiari>. 

, xJionoKi.; CHtTnnHKa; caoft; 
cymHJio JWH xpecKH. 
HcKpa/ orneHnaa rajnta. 



(BHCMyTOBfcia). 



o6ofiMa, 



SaocipeHHiiii naipOHi,, 
CKo'6a, ofiofiMa OHOKH 

Jfl ij)OpMOBKH 



l!l. HIM I 



OKOBita (JiopMOBaro 



Kapnnst QBepxt iropia c% sapyy, 
HoR nacxH cy^na HToCu BO^a ne 
Bt nopxi), Kor^a ont noj- 



Ilojie y KOJiecHHxt 



BoitOBaa ciopona 
oront. 



nojia. 



XionaHbe napycoat o panroyra, 

BO BCJia 3H6H. 

co ciepsHeMi, 



Ilapyca 



Flare. 



215 



Flat. 



8172. Flare or to flare over. 


dcvoyer. 


HauKcnyTb, naiuonHTBca. 


8173. Flaring, S. 


elancement, devoiement. 


YKjioHeiiie ciapmiocTa, yiuoin> Cie- 






na Hapyaty. 


flaring of the cutwater. Y. 






cutwater. 






8174. flaring of the fashion piece. 


devoiement de 1'estain. 


FtKHA <j)amHHiuica. 


8175. flaring of the knuckle tim- 


revers du oltis. 


YKJIOH% HocoBtixi. xonTHMoepcoBt. 


ber. 






8176. Flaring, adj. 


devoye, elance. 


YKJOHHCTBlfi. 


flaring bow. Y. bow. 






8177. Flash, S. 


flamme subite, eclat, jet de lumiere. 


Ci-iHie, CjecKi, ncin.imi;a, ursopusri., 






BCIUeCK7>. 


8178. flash or flashing in the 


faux-feu. 


Oc-BHKa, BCHblfflKa. 


pan. 






8179. flash pipe. 


perche, lanterne. 


3ajEHraTejiBHHH <j>oHapB. 


8180. flash rim or cup of a car- 


parasouffle, partieencampaneed'une 


Kawepa KapponaAH BI BHjt yci- 


ronade, art. 


carronade. 


^enHaro Konyca. 


8181. Flush* in a river. 


ecluses, 


lUjIIOBH. 


8182. Flash, v. a. and n. 


lamer, briller, rejaillir. 


BjiHci'tTB, cBepnatB, BcnuxiiBaTi.; 


8183. to flash in the pan, art. 


rater, faire faux-feu. 


Oci^LCH. 


8184. to flash off. 


flamber. 


jjHCTp'BJIHTB XOJIOCTMM*B BapHJOU'B. 


8185. to. flash powder from time 


bruler des amorces de temps en 


^tjaTB BcnuniKn HOKBK) OTT> Bpe- 


to time. 


temps, pendant la nuit. 


MBHH JO BpeMCHH. 


8186. Flashing, s. techn. 


plaque de plomb, plaque de recou- 


CBnuii,oBafl noKpuniKa. 




vrement. 




8187. flashing board, techn. 


reverseau. 


BoAOcioiHaa ^OCKB, y OKOHI H na- 


8188. Flask, s. 


flasque, fourniment, poire k poudre, 


JTa<|)eTHaa CTaHnna; nopoxoBofiporT>, 




sable vert. 


nopoxoBHHn,a; onoKa BI BHJI.'B pa- 



Mtl JJlfl 



flask-board. V- board. 

8189. half flask or box for moul- 
ding, techn. 

8190. flask for sand casting, techn. 

8191. 1) the top flask. 

8192. 2) the midile flask. 

8193. 3) the lower flask or drag 
flask or drag. 

8194. Flat, s. 

. fT! '*!'. ''ii' ' iOU.ij 



flat of a bayonet. V. bay- 
onet. 

8195. flat of the deck, shbdg. 
flat of a gun. Y. gn. 
flat of the sandwich. V. 

sandwich. 

8196. flat or square of a rifle, 
m. o. a. 

8197. flat of a sword, m. o. a. 



demi-chassis de moulage. 
chassis de moulage. 

contre-chassis. 
. caisse du milieu. 
[ chassis inferieur . 

pays plat, plaine, bas-fond, plat, 
plateau, bane de sable, ecueil, 
plain, basse, batture, bateau 
plat, bordage, bordure, etage. 

bordure du pent. 



pan exterieur du canon. 



8198. Fiat, adj. 

8199. flat arched. 

8200. flat bar. 

8201. flat bar iron. 

8202. flat board. 

8203. flat boat. 

8204. flat bottom or floor 

flat bottomed. Y. botto- 

med. 

flat coast. Y. coast. 

8205. flat and edge. 
8205 3 flu* ended Shot, art. 

8206. flat french chain. 



plat de lame. 

plat, uni. 

k cintre plat, surbaisse ou aplati. 

barre plate. 

fer meplat. 

aube articulee. 

bateau, bailment, plat ou bas bord. 

fond plat. 



champ et camp, 
projectile k fond plat, 
chaine k la Yaucanson. 



HoJiy-paMa Rax 4>opMOBKH. 



4>opMOB- 



DJOCKOCTB, paBHHHa; MejiB, OTMCJB, 
6anKa, 



OnoKa BI> 

KH BI> 
Bepxnaa lacxB onOKH. 
Cpeanaa nacTB OHOKH. 

HH3KH3H HaCTB OHOKH. 



aa nosepxHOCTH 
cTBOJa py^Haro 
naro opysia. 
Djiocitaa ^aciB. Mes;3;y CHHHKOK) H 
, y ca6eaBnaro lunHKa. 

iH, pOBHHH, HHSKifi; 

IIoHHa;eHHUH (roBopa Hanp. 061 

apnt). 
IIjocKaa nojoca. 

IIOJIOCHOe 



jionacTB. 



IlJiocKoe 



, HH3Ko6opiHoe 



H 



c% KHOCKHMI ^Houib. 



cona. 



Flat. 



216 



Flax. 



8207. flat fronted shot, art. 

8208. to have the sails flat aft. 

8209. flat headed shot, art. 

8210. flat iron band or ring. 

8211. to lay flat. 

to lay all flat aback. V. 

aback. 

8212. flat seam. 

8213. flat shore. 

8214. Bate ways, nations;. 

lay all flat aback! Y. aback. 

8215. Plats, shbdg. 

8216. Flat, v. a and n. 



8217. to flat in the sails. 

8218. flat in forward! 

Flatten. Y. to flat. 

8219. to flatten wire. 

8220. Flattener, s., techn. 



8221. Flattening, s. 

8223. flattening cylinder, techn, 

8224. flattening furnace, techn, 

8225. Flatter, s., techn. 



8226. Flatting, s 

8227. flatting hammer, techn. 

8228. Flatting hearth, techn. 

8229. flatting machine, or mill, 
techn. 

8230. flatting of wire, 

8231. Flaw, s. 



8232. flaw from bad welding, 
lechn. 

8233. flaw in the bore of a gum, 
art. 

8234. flaw in casting, techn. and 
art. 



823a. flaw in iron, techn. 

8236. flaw in a stick. 

8237. Flawlsh, adj. 

8238. Flawy, adj. 



8239. Flax, s. C. 

The principal kinds of flax 
exported from Russia are 
known in the trade under 
the following denominations: 



projectile a extremite plate. 

avoir les voiles coiffees ou masquees. 
projectile a tete plate. 

lamette, rondelle. 



aplanir, aplatir. 



couture a joindre. 

plage. 

k plat, sur le plat, meplat. 

baux du milieu. 

aplanir, aplatir, planer, rendre 
plat, laminer, palmer. 

traverser les voiles. 

traverse la misaine et les focsl 



ecacher . 

paroir, plaque a dresser. 



aplatissement, aplanissement. 

espatard. 

fourneau ou four d'etendage. 

aplatisseur; aplatissoir. 



couche de peinture sans t6r6ben- 

thine; laminage, aplatissement. 
flatoir. 
four, stracon. 

laminoir. 



laminage des fils metalliques. 

fenle. crdvasse, faute, defaut, 
flache, gercure, event, brisure, 
bulle, chambre, soufflure, de- 
fourni; risde de vent, brise su- 
bite, bouffee de vent. 

paille, doublure. 

chambre, fouille. 

soufflure de fonte a parois lisses. 



doublure dans le fer. 

gerc.ure dans un matereau. 

pailleux. 

crevasse, pailleux, qui a des fen- 
tes, des defauts, defectueux, fla- 
cheux; qui souffle par rise'es, 
par brises. 

fllasse, lin. 

Les principales especes de lin 
exportees de la Russie sont 
connues dans le commerce sous 
les denominations suivantes: 



e& niocKOK 



Bcfc napyca Ha cxeHLry. 

CT> MOCKOH) 



IIoacoKi,, o6ofina, 

CT> oxBepcxiein, no cpe- 
, ma6a. 



DJIOIUHTI.. 



Cna8, most, coejiiHeme. 
nojorift, naocKifi Seperi. 
DJUUDIU. 

TnM6epcH aa cpe^nni cyjHa 
BHnaji,nTL, 



Bunecxn niKOTH na Biiepi. 
BuHecxn DIKOTH Ha Biiepi y ne- 
pe,HHHXT> napycosil 



npOBOIOKy. 

Pjiajinjii.HHift MOJOTI. ; 
ji;ocKa, noBtpo^Haa nanxa JLS.K no- 



MO- 
pas- 



IIjiKmeHie, 

ll.i MIII ii. ii.i i MII H.-i.ri,. 



BI nojiocu, BT. 
CJIOH npacKH 6e3i. CKHne^apa; niro- 



, oCpaayioma)! 



jiaiiiinin, 



JIH- 
CTH HJIH HOJOCH. 

ie MexaJuraiecKofi nposo- 

'JOKH. 

Tpemnna, paKOBnna; njena, ny- 
3Bipt na aieafoii; HeflocxaiOKi; He- 
jOHMKa npa nocxaBBt; noptnvB 
Btxpa, niKBaax, xopoKi (y 



, nyaupi oxi> ^ypnofi 
KaHaai 



PaKosnna ct oaiEoro noBepxno- 
Hocxiro BI OTJHXOMI. opyflin H.IH 
jlpyroR KaKoft HH6yAi> lyryHHOH 



Tpemima, san;ena BI 



Tpecnyxufi, 

ci nopOKaitH; nopuBHCTUH (roBO- 
pa.o Bixpi). 

JleHi. 

TaaBHUJI COpXH JtHa BHBOSHMHa H3l 
POCCJH HSBtcXHH Bl XOprOBli 

cjrB,nyionuiMH 



Flax. 



217 



Fleet. 



1. FROM THE ST. -PETERSBURG PORT: 



a) flax of first hand or with twelve 
heads. 

b) flax of second hand or with 
nine heads. 

c) flax of six heads. 



2. FROM THE PORT OF RIGA: 



a) Drujan Rakit. 

(D. R.) 

b) Lithuanian Rakit. 

(L. R). 

c) Badstuben geschnitten. 

(B. G.) 

d) Risten Dreiband. 

(R. D.) 

e) Badstuben 1'aternosler. 

(P.) 

f) Marienburg-flax. 

(M.) 

g) wattled Drujan. 

h) the lowest sort is called livo- 
nian Dreiband. 



3. FROM THE PORT OF ARKHANGEL'. 



a) flax of 1-st sort or exquisite. 

b) flax of the 2 sort or cron. 
c waste flax. 

8)240. to beat flax, to swing, 
swingle or swindle flax, 
techn. 

8241. to brake or break flax, 

techn. 
J. flax-comb or hatchel, techn. 



8243. flax-dressing, techn. 



8244. lo heckle or hackle the 
flax. 

8245. to ret the flax. 



8246. lo ripple the flax. 
8241. flax straw. 

8248. Fleche, s. 

8249. Fleet, s. 

admiral of the fleet. V. ad- 
miral. 

8250. fleet formed in a crescent. 

8251. Fleet, adj. 

8252. Fleet, v. a. 

8253. to fleet a messenger to cast 
off the lashing, and shift the 
messenger for another pull. 



1. DU PORT DE ST.-PETERSBOURG: 



a) lin de premiere main ou a douze 
teles (capsules). 

b) lin de deuxieme main ou a neuf 
tetes (capsules). 

c) lin a six tetes (capsules). 



2. DU PORT DE RIGA: 



a) Drujan Rakit. 

(D. R.) 

b) Rakit de Lilhuanie. 

(L. R.) 

c) Badstuben geschnitlen. 

(B. G.) 

d) Risten Dreiband. 

(R. D.) 

e) Badstuben Paternoster. 

(P.) 
ft lin de Marienbourg. 

(M) 

g) Drujan tresse 

h) la plus basse espece est appelee 
Dreiband de Livonie. 



3. DC PORT D'ARKH ANGEL: 



aj lin de premiere qualite ou 
choisi. 

b) lin de seconde qualite ou cron. 

c) lin allant comme rebut, 
espader, secouer ou spatuler lelin. 



broyer le lin, macquer ou teiller 

le lin. 
seranQoir, seran, grege, drege. 

serancage, peignage de lin. 



serancer, serincer, peigner le lin, 
rouir le lin. 



dreger le lin. 

lin en paille, lin en bois, lin en 

chaume, paille de lin. 
fleche, aiguille, 
flotte, armee navale, escadre, na- 

vage; crique, baie, golfe. 



croissant. 

vite, leger a la course, rapide. 

ecumer, passer legereruent sur la 

surface, 
changer les aiguilleltes du tourne- 

vire. 



H31> C.-IIEXEPEJTCKArO HOPTA: 



a) Jiem, nepBofi PJKH HJIH 

uaiH rojoBiaxtifi 
6) JieHi Bxopofi pyr.H naii #eBaxn 



HOPTA: 



B) xpexift copxi, 



2) HST. 



a) JI,pyaHCKifi 

(D. R.) 
6) JTnTOBCKifi PaKHTCKift 

.(L. R.) 
B) Badsluben geschnitten 

(B. G.) 
r) Risten Dreiband. 

(R. D.) 
j) Badsluben Paternoster 

(P-) 

e) MapienSyprcKift Jiem> 

(M.) 

JK) IIjieTeHHaH flpyancidft 
3) Hncmift copxt nasHBaexcfl livlan- 
discher Dreiband. 



3) H3T. /PXAHrEIbCKAIO DOPTA. 



a) aeni. nepBaro pasSopa HJH OT- 



6} jieni BTOparo pasCopa tun 
B) 3a-6paKi. 

Bti6HBaTi> ocxaBiniacfl ^acin (KOCTPH- 
Ky), nocii Toro, Kant jieHi cuflTi, 
no iiy^iKy CTedeft naoc- 
no;t;esn>, Tpenajoiii. 
.lent: T. e. H3JiaMUBaTB KO- 
u jpeBCCHHy 



oKOHiaxe.ii.- 



aem,, 

Pac^tecuBame .i 
Haro yjajienia 
HH H i;oa;nuu, a xaK^e H Kopoi- 

KHXI> B030KOH1), X. 6. 



; ICH-S xaKHMt o6pasoMT> npn- 
nasHBaexca: .ICHI 
B npoxBBonoJioa;- 
HOCXB JibHy cJIaH^y. 
06nBaxt KOJOKOJiKy ct 



Coaosia. 



Crpi-ia, cxpijina. 

, iiopcKoe BOHCKO; 6yxxa. 



Bucxpaft, 



npoxenaxb, 



, nepenoca 
esnii na jtpyria M-fecxa. 



Fleet. 



218 



Flint. 



8254. lo fleet or overhaul a tackle. 



8255. Flemish boat. 
flemish coil. V. coll. 
flemish eve. Y. eye. 

8256. flemish horse. 

8257. Flensing, s. C. 

8258. Flexible, adj. 

8259. Flexion or flexure, s. 
Filer. Y flyer. 

8260. Flight, s. 



8261. line of night, art. 

8262. flight of the shot, art. 

8263. onward flight of the shot, 
art. 

8264. to take to flight. 

8265. time of flight, art. 



8265 2 Fllnce, V. a. 

8266. Flint, s. 

8261. to adjust the edge of a 

flint. 

8268. flint-cutler. 

8269. edge of a flint. 

8270. large flint. 

8271. flint lock, in. o. a. 

PARTS: 

1) the cock (with the upper and 
lower jaw). 

2) the pan, touch pan. 

3) the pan-bore. 

4) the fence of the pan. 

5) the touch-hole. 

6) the hammer. 

1) the face of the hammer. 

8) the hammer nailhole. 

9) the hammer-spring. 

10) the hammer-spring pin. 

11) the hammer-spring pin-hole or 
hammer-spring hole. 

12) the hammer-spring stud-hole. 

13) the plate, lock plate. 

14) the nut or tumbler. 

15) the main spring hook. 

16) the bents. 

17) the half-bent, the half-cock. 

18) the whole bent, top bent, full 
cock. 

19) the bridle. 

20) the sear. 

21) the sear-spring. 

22) the main-spring. 

23) the lead, flint lead or keeper. 

24) the lock-cover. 



affaler ou reprendre un palan, 
(dont les poulies se touchent ou 
se baisent). 

hot. 



marchepied, support. 

operation de decouper une baleine, 

pour en tirer la graisse. 
flexible, pliant, souple, quiselaisse 

flechir. 
pli, courbure, joint, jointure flexion. 

fuite, vol, volee, bande, coup, de- 
charge, jet, ecart, dereglement; 
flibot, flute hollandaise. 

direction de la voice du projectile. 

projection. 

mouvement progressif du projec- 
tile. 

prendre fuite ou chasse. 

duree de trajet ou de portee, du- 
ree de la trajectoire ou de pro- 
jection. 

depecer, Scorcher (en parlant d'une 
baleine). 

pierre a fusil, silex, caillou, cham- 
bourin. 

raffiner une pierre. 

cailloteur, caillouteur. 

meche d'une pierre a feu. 
palet. 

plaline a silex ou it pierre. 



PARTIES: 
chien (avec les machoires). 

bassinet. 

fraisure. 

rempart du bassinet. 

lumiere. 

batterie. 

face. 

trou de la vis de batterie. 

ressort de batterie. 

vis du ressort de batterie. 

trou de la vis du ressort de bat- 
terie. 

trou du pivot du ressort de bat- 
terie. 

corps de platine. 

noix. 

griffe. 

crans. 

cran du repos. 

cran du bande ou du depart. 

bride de noix. 

gacbette. 

ressort de gachette. 

grand ressort. 

plomb pour la pierre, enveloppe de 

la pierre. 
couvre-platine. 



DepeBecxH BepeBity, Kor^a 
ca< CaoKii xajiefi 



601%. 



Knxa ,pa 



IJojinepTKa. 



; cxajr, ciannna; 
; xeieeie; oxcxyiuieHie, 



CKoe CVAHO. 
HaiipaBjenie noaexa 
H.ojiex'B cnapafla. 
JIocTynaTejtHoe SBH^enie cnapaja. 



Bpesia nojieia 



HaOCTpHT-fc 



lll.lc RpeUHH. 

Ocipie y Kpeiina. 
Bojiimoft KpeMeHt ^3.a 
pywefi. 



Kocan,a. 



HACTH: 



Kpaa Bonpyrt IIOIKH. 



OI'HHBO, KOTOpoe saKpUBacTt nojKy. 
jlHii;eBaa cxopoiia, JIHI^C oraHBa. 

j(in 3a,T,Haro npHBepxnaro my- 
pyna. 

mypyirt. 

noji;orHHBHofi npys-.HHH. 
,n.ia no^orHHBHaro mypyna. 



cocua no^ornnBHofi npy- 



XHBU. 



Kopo-ieKi. 



IlepBBlfi BSBOffl. 
BTOpOH 



CnycKOBOH K 

<nyci:oBaa npyaiHHa B.IH nepKa. 
BoeB*a npyaiHHa. 
Toniiift JHCxoia KOH;H HJIH 
noKpHBaexca 

na pya;efiHBifi sa- 
MOKI, &zs 3amnxu ero 



Flint. 



219 



Flog. 



8-272 flint musket. 
8273. flint pan. 



8274. flint pocket. 

8275. refuse flints. 

8276. striking flint. 

8277. whitish colour in a flint. 

8278. Flitch, s. 



8279. Float, s. 



8280. 
8281. 
8282. 



float board, 
cable float. 
float-stick, techn. 



8283. Float, v. a. and n. 



828i. to float off. 

8285. to float out of a dock. 

8286. to float a ship. 

8287. Floatage, floatsam, Hot- 
son: legal term implying 
abandonned articles that con- 
tinue floating at sea (V. jet- 
sam, lagam, derelict). 

8288. Floater, s. 

8289. Floating, adj. 

floating battery. V. bat- 
tery. 

floating body. V. body. 
829Q. floating breakwater. 

floating bridge. V. bridge. 

8291. steam floating bridge: a 
kind of oblong-decked punt 
open at both ends, having 
two chains passed from shore 
to shore over two pitch 
wheels driven in the punt 
by one or two steam engi- 
nes. 

floating dam. Y. caisson, 
floating derrick. Y. der- 
rick, 
floating dock. Y. dock. 

8292. floating harbour, a har- 
bour formed by floating 
break-waters. 

8293. floating ice. 

8294. floating light, 



8295. floating light for a binnacle. 



8296. 
8297. 



floating line. 
floating stage. 



8298. floating and visible. 

8299. Floe, s: a piece of ice of 
considerable size, but the 
extent of which can be di- 
stinguished. 

8300. Flog, v. a. 



fusil a silex. 

auge a fond en feldspath pour 
broyer des pierres a silex. 

bourse de giberne. 
groles. 

pierre a fusil, 
grimaud. 



dosse; 
sale. 



moitie d'un cochon vide et 



flotte, radeau, drome, brelle, train 

de bois, etampe. 
palette, aube, coursier, cueillie. 
flotte de cables, 
bonhomme. 

Hotter, faire flotter, etre a flot ou 
porte sur 1'eau, submerger, inon- 
der ; surnager , nager etendu 
sur le dos, faire la planche. 

etre a flot. 

sortir un navire du bassin. 

faire flotter, dechouer le vaisseau. 

choses de la.mer, e* paves de mer, 
debris d'un naufrage, objets aban- 
donnes, qui nagent. 



flotteur; nageur. 
floltant. 



brise-lames flottant. 
radeau a vapeur. 



port flottant, rade flottante. 



glace flottante. 

fanal de sauvetage: petit vaisseau 
flottant fourni d'une lanterne ser- 
vant a sauver les homines qui 
sont tombes dans 1'eau. 

etoile. 

ligne de flottaison. 

radeau, ras de carene, pont volant. 



en veille. 

glacon, amas de glace flottante, bane 
de glace. 



chatier, fouetter, punir, fustiger, 
donner la schlague. 



KpeMHCBoe 
Hani. CB 



poniOKt Kpeunefi. 

KapM;ui' 
OOJOMKH 



py/Kciuiaro 
HJH KpeMeHB 



rop6fci.ii, (Ka;i;,nafl HSB jayxi 6ouo- 

BHXT, HaCTefi fipCBHa, 

npn paciiKJOBKi ero Ha 

coaeHaro nopoceHKa. 
roHKa; BOJiaa; 6y8, nonja- 

BOKl. 

JIonacTfc rpeCaaro Kojeca, 
l."anuTni,rii iioiuaiiOin,. 

cxepjKeHt H.IR 
y piyxnaro MaHOMexpa 
BcnjibiBaxt, HOCHXtca 
BO;TE; cnjiaBjaxt, ruaxB; 
Ha 



no 



Bcnjitixt. 

BtiBecxH cyjHo nst 
BusecxH cyjHO Ha rjy^HH 

BOJBHyK) BO^y, CHflXB C'B 

i, juaBaioinie HJIH 
no 



6peKBaxepi. 
IlapOBoft napoui. 



rasaHB, cocxaBjeHHaa B3 
6peKBa- 



xepOBi. 
aBaiomi 
CnacHxejBHtiH 6yfi, C'B 



nonjaBOKi KM ocfiime- 
Hanxoysa. 
BaxepJiHHia. 

POJT. njioxa HJH naamKoyxa, yno- 
TpeCuaenaro npn KpeHroBanin HJH: 



3Ha^HXCJlBH"oH 

KOiopoft itoryxi 

BH^HMH. 



posraun. 



Flogged. 



220 



Floor. 



8301. to be flogged. 



8302. 
8303. 



8304. 
8305. 

8306. 



8301. 



Flogging, S. 

Flood, s. 



half-flood, 
high-flood. 

flood-mark: the line made 
by the tide upon the shore 
when at its greatest height, 
at new flood. 

flood-tide, 
young flood. 
it is flood. 



8311. it is almost flood. 



312. Flood, v. a. 

8313. to flood the magazine. 

8314. Floodgate, S. 



8315. lower door of a floodgate. 

8316. upper door of a floodgate. 
Fioaka of the anchor. V. 
nukes of the anchor and 
anchor. 

8317. Floor, s. 

8318. floor of a boat. 
.SHU), floor-ceiling of a ship. 



eking-piece of a floor-tim- 
ber. V. eking. 

8320. flat floor 

8321. flat floor-timber. 

8322. foundry floor for open sand 
casting, techn. 

8323. floor-guide: a ribband which 
is placed between the floor- 
ribband and the keel, shbdg. 
floor-head. 

planks of the floor-heads. 
ceiling and thick stuff of 
the floor heads. V. celling. 

8326. hollow floor, floor hollow. 

8327. long floor. 

8328. narrow floor. 

8329. floor-plan or half breadth 
plan: section upon a longi- 
tudinal plane whereon is re- 
presented the water lines 
and the ribband lines, shbdg. 

8330. floor-plate or flooring, st. 
eng. 

8331. floor-riband or ribband. 

8332. floor-rider or floor-timber 
ot the riders. 

8333. rising floor. 



passer par les armes, recevoir la 
schlague. 

schlague. 

flot, flux, montant de la maree; 
inondation, avalaison, ravine, 
torrent; la mer, fleuve, riviere. 

mi-maree, moitie du montant. 

haute mar6e. 

niveau des hautes eaux. 



au montant de la maree, au pre- 
mier coup de flot. 
flot, flux, 
basse marde. 
la mer monte. 

il est presque flot, la maree va re- 
monter, le flot est pret a com- 
mencer. 

inonder, submerger. 

submerger la soute aux .poudres. 

ecluse, vanne, palle, porterean, 
dame,bonde, pertuis, voie.ouver- 
ture, porte, passage, lancoir. 

porle de mouille. 

porte de t6te. 



plancher, parquet, carreau, voute, 

etage, fond, plafond, 
plancher. 
grenier. 



fond plat. 

varangue plate. 

sol de 1'usine, pour le moulage a 

ddcouvert. 

lisse placee entre la lisse de fa- 
et la quille. 



tete de varangue, fleur. 
bordages des fleurs. 



coulee. 

fond alonge. 

fond dtroit. 

projection snr un plan longitudi- 
nal, sur laquelle sont represen- 
ted les lignes de floltaison et des 
lisses. 

plaque de parquet, parquet. 



lisse de facons. 
varangue de porque. 

fond fort accule ou faconne. 



8334. rising line of the floor-tim- ; fleur de varangue. 
ber. 



8335. sharp floor. 



fond fin. 



BHXB. ciieHHHMi, npofixn CKBOSB 

cxpoft. 

TkiecHoe HaKasanie. 
Cxpya, noxoKi; HaBojnenie, nsjia- 

Hie; Mope, ptna, p-kina; npn- 



JT 

BucoKaa nojmaa BOjia (no 64.10- 
MOpcKn: dojfbiuuna) . 

>, npiiiatxa BHCOKOH HJH 
BOSH. 



Ilpn 



HpHJIHBl. 

HnsKaa, najiaa, Jiajiaa BOja. 
Boj;a BOSBLiraaeicfl, wri na npn- 
naiiinaeTca. 



Bepxnift 



IIoix, JHO; apyci., 9ta!KT>. 



HacmiKa, nojii BI, rpeCiiOMii 

ElOMOCTT,, CH-BjaHHIjtt Bt XpIOMt ^M 

npejioxpaHeiua xosapOBi oxx cu- 

pOCXH. 
IIjIOCKOe JHO. 

n.iocidft ^jiopTHufiepci). 

IIOJI^ JUIXCHHOH JIJIS OTh-pblXblXt OX- 
JinBOKT. BT, IieCOKT.. 

IIoacT. Mea;,iv peoHHjefiiiOMii H JIHM- 



Bepmima 

06fflHBKa no Bepmnnt 

COBl. i 



JieKaJO jwa <J>K<PTHM- 

n HHSvHHXl (})yTOKCOBT). 



nacTHJKa BI 
;'!, iipo^oJbHaro 

KoiopOMT> 

H 



nacTMKa, nojiOBaa se- 
BT> MamnnHOMi OT- 



JIojCopi, 

pncToe JHO. 
Peii3iiHn> - 

Kopa6ja no BeprnHHrfc (^jop- 



Ocxpoe 



Floor. 



221 



Fluid. 



8336. floor-timber or floor. 

8337. floor-limber amidships or of 
the deadflat. 

8338. floor timbers or crotches 
fore and aft. 

8339. floor timbers placed bet- 
ween the crotches and mid- 
ship-floor-timbers. 

8340. Flooring, s. 

8341. flooring of a bridge. 

8342. flooring cramp, techn. 

8343. flooring machine, techn. 



8344. flooring of a ship. 

8345. Fiory boats: a local term 
applied to boats employed 
in carrying passengers to 
and from steamers -which 
cannot come alongside of a 
loading place at low wa- 
ter. 

8346. Floss, s. 



8347. floss-hole or tap of a pud- 
dling furnace, techn. 

8348. Flotilla, s. 

Flotsam or flotson. V. float- 
age. 

8349. Flounce, s., techn. 

8350. flounce of a holster, m. o. a. 

8351. Flounce, v. n. 
8351 2 Flounder, v. n. 



8352. Flour, s. 
8353 Flow, s. 

8354. Flow, v. a. and n. 



8355. to flow into. 

8356. to flow out. 

8357. to flow over. 

8358. Flower of the hammer- 
spring, m. o. a. 

8359. Flower of sulphur. 

8360. Flowing of liquids. 

8361. Flowing, adj. 



8362. flowing furnace, techn. 

8363. flowing sail. 

8364. flowing sheet. 



Flowing water. V. flood- 
tide. 

8365. Flue, s., st. eng. 

8366. flue boiler, st. eng. 



8367. Fluid, s. 

8368. electric fluid. 



varangue, fourcat, crouchant, lam- 

bourde. 
maitresse varangue. 

varangues acculees. 
varangues demi-acculees. 

plancher, parquet, carrelage, bois 
de parquetage, carreaux, fond. 

tablier. 

eric d'assemblage. 

machine a bouveler (servant a 
scier, planer et rainer les plan- 
chets). 

fond d'un vaisseau. 

denomination locale de bateaux des- 
tines a transporter les passagers 
aux bateaux a vapeur, qui ne 
peuvent aborder pros du rivage 
pour cause de peu d'eau. 



floss, chio, plaque de fonte, fonte 
coulee en plaque, substance vit- 
reuse dans un four a pudler; 
laitier. 

trou de coulee, de laiterol, percee, 
chio. 

flotille. 



bouillons, cannetille. 

chaperon, custode de fonte. 

s'agiter dans 1'eau. 

se debattre, s'agiter violemment 

dans 1'eau, y plonger, faire, 

fracas, 
farine. 
flux, cours d'eau, epanchement, 

effusion, abondance. 
couler, decouler, fluer, monter; 

inonder, submerger; venir, sor- 

tir, emaner, provenir. 
affluer. 
s'ecotiler. 
deborder. 
patte du ressort de batterie. 

fleur de soufre, soufre en fleurs. 
ecoulement de liquides, flux, 
coulant, flottant, decoulant: plein, 
facile, nombreux. 

fourneau de fusion ou a fonte. 
voile en ralingue. 

ecoute largue. 



tuyau, carneau, courant de flarame. 
chaudiere a carneaux. 



fluide. 

fluide electrique. 



HOCOBUC H KOpMOBue Bpoiecsi. 



IIoji,, TpioiiHatf HacTHjKa; ruraia 
seaisHaro noja, AHO. 

HaciHJiKa, HO.IOTHO Mocia. 

IIa;r,jiM i, .pa ciuoiema HacxHJiKH. 

MamntiKa fl.ua onHJiiBaaia, cxpora- 
Hia H 2ie.io6.ieHia ^OCOKT, aa- 
CTHJIKH. 

HacTiuica ipioMa. 

sHHa IOJIKH: MtciHoe nasBa- 
nie JIO^OKT. WR nepeB03KH nacca- 
HtnpoBT> ct napoxo^OBt, KOiopue 
npH HH3Koii Bost ne Jtoryu no^;- 

XO^HTB Kt 



MeTaxiHiecuie Kpyrn r 

CBHHKH, DOTTKH, 6pyCKH, mTHEn; 



Bt JIH^eBOfi CT-BHKi H1H 

COKOBOM jocKt KpnHHaro ropHa, 
BtinycKa 



na noBepxHocra pacnja- 
iieiajua. 
Ha vymEH 
, BeprfeTtca 

BapaxTaxtca, 6riTt>cx, Ka^aiBca 
Bout. 



Te'ieme, cipya; npnJHBi, 

Te^t, 
npHJHBa 

BOflHflTB, 



; na- 



BbinycKanie, TOK-B 



HHK, oxjaHHHH, (roBopa o 
cm). 

ne^B. 

napyci. npn 



IIo40,i:eHie BIKOTOBI, y HHainaxt na- 
Korja Kopafiji 



rajiepea- 



MH HJH npojieraMH. 



Flukes. 



222 



Fly. 



8369. Flukes, s. (of the anchor), 

8370. palms of the flukes. 

8371. point or bill of the fluke. 

8372. Flume or rail! lead, techn 

8373. Flurry, S. 



8374. Flush, adj. 

flush deck. Y. deck. 

8375. flush joint, techn. 

8376. to make flush with, techn 

8377. flush rivet, techn. 

8378. flush-ship. 
8378 2 flush wheel. 

8379. flush with the water. 

8380. Flush, v. a. 

8381. Flute, s. 

8382. armed in flute. 



8383. flute-frigate. 

8384. Flute, v. a., techn. 

8385. Fluted, adj. 

8386. fluted or concave moulding, 
techn. 

8387. fluted part, bed or groove 
of the signal rocket-stick. 

8388. Fluting, s. 

8389. Flutter, v. a. 

8389 s flutter wheels. 

8390. Fluttering sail in the wind. 

8391. Flux, s. 

8392. Flui, s., techn. 

8393. earth used as a flux, techn. 

8394. Fly, s. 

8395. Fly-block; any block which, 
forming part of a tackle, 
shifts its position when hau- 
led upon. 

fly-boat. V. boat, 
ny of a compass. V. card 
of a compass, 
fly of an ensign. V. fly of 
a flag. 

fly of forge bellows. Y. bel- 
lows. 

8396. fly or screw-press, art. 

8397. fly wheel, or flyer. 



Its parts: 

1) the rim. 

2) the arms. 

3) the nave. 

spur fly wheel. Y. spur. 
spur fly w r heel shaft. Y. 

spur and shaft. 

8398. Fly v. a. and n. 



8399. to fly or crack in hardening, 
techn. 



pattes de 1'anere. 

oreilles. 

bee d'oreille. 

canal d'ecluse. 

risee, rafale, bouflee, folle brise, 
grain ou coup de vent; desordre, 
hate, precipitation, emotion. 

affleure, a fleur, ras, a saillies. 

k affleurer, bout a bout, franc 

bord. 
affleurer. 

rivet a tele fraisee. 

navire a pont uni. 

roue d'elevation. 

a fleur d'eau. 

aJTleurer. 

flute, cannelure 

arm6 en flute, equipe en flute. 



fregate armee en flute. 

canneler. 

cannele. 

gorge. 

cannelure faite au gros bout de la 

baguette de direction, pour y 

loger la fusee, 
cannelure, canal, striure. 
dejouer. Hotter, onduler, balancer, 

hesiter. 

roues de devant. 

voile en banni6re ou en pantenne. 
flux, 
flux, fondant, menstrae, castinc, 

fusion. 

erbue, arbue. 
balancier, volant, vis de pression. 

poulie volante. 



presse, balancier, balancier a vis, 

vis de percussion, 
volant. 



Ses parties: 



anneau. 

bras. 

noyau, moyeu. 



fuir, eviter, quitter, abandonner, 
s'enfuir, se sauver, s'echapper; 
6clater, crever, se rompre, se 
briser, voler ou sauter en eclats. 

s'esrener. 



yro.iKii HiiatHe nacxii Jiaui.. 
Hoct JianH. 



Kaiiepa. 
sixepoirB, 
desnpecxaimo 11 jitaaioraift 

Hy Ha IJOBepXHOCXH 

. ypOBCHL, BT> 



C.ie,niiHeHie 



BT. 

KOHI!,aMn, BT> 



BI 

CyjtHO CT> poBHoro n 
Kojeco 

BpOBCHL CT> 

^tjaTf. Bl ypOBCHb. 

a, ;Ke.io6oKi. 
ipancnopTHoe cy^no, 
<|)JIIOTOK HJH 4jeH- 
TOK>. 
ftperart Boopyaiennuw Tpancnop- 

TOMl. 

JKejioCHTfc, s-fejiaxt BHCMKH. 
C^ BtieMi;aMH, 
Bnajiaa fyoi&a. 



BI> BepXHCMT) KOHIjt paK6T- 

naro xBOCxa, SJia noMtmeHis xy- 
xa paKexHoii IHJBBU 
BHeiuta, jioasKa, a;eao6oKf). 

IIOpXaTB, MOXHJIflXB, pa3B'EBaXI>C3, 

Koie6aTi>ca. 

KOJieca. 

napyct. 
Te'ieeie, 



KOJICCO. 

BHHTl. 



<1>JK>CI H3T. 



CHpl> 
J3o,HBI15KHOM 



Dpecci jtj 
MaxoBce KOJICCO 



ero: 



CxynHU,a. 



pajiycu. 



noKH^axt, aonaxtca, paa- 
Ha 



KpOfflHXBCH. 



Fly. 



223 



Foot. 



8400. to ny from. 

84-01. to fly into the wind. 

8402. to let fly. 

8402 2 to fly loose to the wind stove. 

8403. to fly off. 

8404. to fly off from the pivot in 
wheeling, techn. 

8405. to fly out. 

84-06. let fly a broadside! 

8401. let fly the jib sheet! 

8408. let fly the main sheet! 

8409. let fly the sheets! 

8410. let fly the pendant! 

8411. let fly the top-gallant sheets! 

8412. Flyer, s. 

Flyer. V. fly wheel. 
Flying about. Y. Chop. 

8413. Flying, adj. 

8414. flying buttress. 

8415. flying jib. 

flying jib-boom. Y. boom. 

Foam, S. 



fj ,,RUIJ 



8416. 

$417. Foam. v. a. 

8418. Fog, s, 

8419. fog-bank. 



8420. fog-horn; a horn used on 
board of a vessel to sound 
as a warning signal in fog- 1 
gy weather. 

8421. Foggy, adj. 

8422. foggy, hazy w-eather. 

8423. Foil, s. 

8424. tin foil. 

8425. Foil, v. a. 



8426. Fold, s. 

8521. Fold, v. a. 

8428. to fold back or down. 

8429. fold up the hammock cloths! 

8430. Folding, adj. 

8431. folding chair. 

8432. folding door. 

8433. folding screen.' 

8434. folding seat. 

8435. Foliate, v. a., techn. 

8436. F.ollower, s. mach. 

8437. Foot, s. 



prendre fuite ou chasse, elargir. 

chevaucher le vent. 

lacher, larguer, lancer, decharger, 

decocher, dejouer. 
ralinguer. 
fuir; se revolter. 

s'ouvrir en conversant, cesscr d'ap- 

puyer au guide, 
battre, flotter, dejouer. 
lache une bordee! . 
largue 1'ecoute du grand foe! 

largue la grande 6coule! 

largue les ecoutes! mels en ra- 

lingue! 

deplie la flamme! 
largue en bande les ecoules du 

perroquet! 
balancier, volant; fuyard, fugitif. 



. . .. 

flotlant, batfant. 
arc-boutant, 
clin foe, foe volant. 

ecume, bouillon, mouton. 

moutonner, ecumer, Jeter ou rendre 

de 1'ecume, 
brouillard, brume, brouee, non- 

vue- 
bane de brume. 



cornet, porle-voix (en temps de 
brume ou de brouillard). 



epais, brumeux, grossier, plein de 

brouillards. 
terns brumeux.. 
defaite, faux pas, chute, desavan- 

tage, echec; feuille. 
tain, etain en feuilles. 
rendre inutile, faire chouer re- 

pousser, battre, defaire, vaincre, 

derouter, deconcerter. 
battanfr, pli, plexus, lacis, repli, 

enveloppe. 
plier, plisser. 
se rabattre. 
plie les prelarts! 

pliant, brise. 

chaise pliante, pliant, perroquet. 

porte brisee ou a deux ballanls, 

manteau. 
paravent. 
echaude. 
baltre ou metlre en feuilles; eta- 

mer. 

roue subordonnee, roue conduite. 
pied, patte, socle, bas, base, bout. 



, y6traTi, (roBOpa o 
ni). 

JTpHBOflHTb npOTHBl 



Kpyio KI 



COCKaKHBaTb, BOSMyTHTtCfl. 
COCKOHHTB CO 



,, xjonaiB (o napycaxi). 
, ox^afl! (paajiep- 



1HKOTU 



PacnycxH, pas^epan 

BpaMl-fflKOTH 



MaxoBHKT>; 



Ilo^nopa, onopa, 

BOMl-KJIHBept. 

Iliaa, nysupKH na 
pacnjiasjieHHaro 



Tynani (no EijiowopCEH 

(xyMam. ci> nejKHin. soaj^eMi.). 

BHJI BT> xyMaimyio norojiy, HOXO- 
flain,ift nacxo iia oxjajieHHufi 6e- 
peri,, n nciesaioiniH uo npn0Jiii- 
a;eniH KI HCMy. 

TyjiaHeHR poa;oh%, ynoxpeSj^e- 
Mtift na cyjint, R&KT, npe^ocxe- 
peraxe-iLHtiH cnrnajn. BI xyuaH- 
noro^y. 

nacMypnuif. 

TyMannaa noro^a. 
Ilopaajenie, pasdnxie; 4>oji>ra. 

OJIOBO BT. jHCxaxt, (j)0jitra. 
IIopa;i;axi>, 

BT> 



, <|)aijia; saropo^Ka, cxcop- 
, o6epxKa. 

, o6HHMaxt. 



KoeiHue laxju CBopHyxt! OT- 
KOHKH! 



cxyjii. 



cxyjii, 



pxyxB ea 

Exopocxenennoe KOJCCO. 
Hora, iio/KKa, HOCOKT., 

OBaHie, ocHOBa, 
wipa OJiosa, co- 
2 raiJiona; xenepL 
ayi udbpa, no na Btct 
60 ft; TaK;r.e .iuHeftna/i utpa 12 



4>yTi.; 



Foot. 



224 



Fore. 



8438. foot board. 

8439. foot board bracket. 



8440. 
8441. 

8442. 
8443. 
8444. 
8443. 

8446. 
8447. 
8448. 
8419. 
8450. 



foot of carpenters, techn 

crow foot. Y. crow. 

cubic foot. 

foot-hook. V. fottoek. 

foot of a mast. 

foot of a rocket mould, ar(. 

font rope or horse. 

foot ropes or horses of the 

yards. 

foot rule. 

foot of a sail. 

foot of a spoke. 

square foot. 

foot-valve, st. eng. 



8451. foot valve passage or pipe, 
st. eng. 

8452. foot waling. 

8453. Foot, v. a. 

8454. foot the lop sail out of the 
top! 

8455. foot down that traveller! 

8456. Footspacc rail, shbdg. 

8457. Force, s. 

8458. accelerating force. 

8459. force of the blow, art. 

8460. centrifugal force. 

8461. component force. 

8462. direction or line of direction 
of a force. 

8463. intensity of a force. 

8464. labouring force. 

8465. moving force or power. 

8466. force pipe. 

8467. point of application of a 
force. 

8468. projectile, propellant force, 
force of projection. 

force pump. Y. forcing 
pump. 

8469. resultant force. 

8470. retarding force. 

8471. transposed forces. 

8472. uniform force , constant 
force. 

8473. variable force. 

8474. Forcer, s., mach. 

8475. Forcing:, adj. 

8476. forcing pump or force- 
pump. 

8477. forcing valve, st. eng. 

8478. Fore, adv. 

fore and aft. V. aft. 

8479. fore-arm, techn. 

8480. fore-beam or thwart of a 
boat. 

8481. fore-body or fore part of a 
ship, shbdg: that part be- 
fore the midship frame as 
seen from ahead, 
fore-bowline. Y. bowline. 
fore-brace. Y. brace. 



marchepied, coquille, gallerie. 
tasseau. 

veerge des charpentiers. 
pied cube. 

pied d'un mat. 
socle du moule. 
ralingue de fond, 
marche-pieds des vergues. 

pied du roi. 

fond, bordant; bordure. 

patte de rais. 

pied car re. 

soupape de condenseur. da pet de 

pied ou de condenseur, soupape 

de pied, 
tuyau d'aspiration. 

vaigrage, vaigres. 

empater; pousser avec le pied. 

pousse le hunier dehors! 

fais descendre ce rocambeau! 
rampes de gallerie de vaisseau. 
force, effort, moment, puissance; 

troupes armees, forces, 
force acceleratrice. 
force du coup, 
force centrifuge, 
force composante, composante. 
direction de la force. 

grandeur absolue, intensite" de la 

force, 
travail mecaniquo. 

force motrice ou mouvante. 

tuyau de refoulement. 

point d'application d'une force. 

force de projection ou projective. 



force resultante, rdsultante. 
force retardalrice. 
forces transposees. 
force constante. 

force variable. 

piston de ponipe foulante. 

contraignant. 

pompe foulante. 

soupape d'expiration. 
avant, devant, anterieurement, aupa- 
ravant. 

avant-bras. 

traversier de chaloupe. 

devant, avant, proue. 



HojlHOIKKa, nOflMOCTKH. 

cioHKa no;vB HOSMOCT- 



$yroBaa uipa (y 



IIInop'B y 

Ht paKeiHoft (J)opnu. 



Hepm. 






napyca. 
y Koaeca. 



Tpy6a y 



BCTaBJiaTB, CILieCHHBaTB, 

Hororo. 

ooroK) HiiatHroro 
napceaa ci iiapca! 



HepHJia Ha rajuepet. 
Caja, KptnociB, ycHaie, 

CHJH, BOHCKa. 

ycKopaiou;aH cnaa, caaa 
C0Jia ysapa, CH.i 

cnaa. 



HanpaBJienie CHJIH. 
A6cojnoTHaa BCJHTOna CHJH. 
MexaHHiecKaji CMa padoxii, no- 



To i iKa 



xpy6a y nounu. 



CHJIJ. 



Hsninaiomaaca CHia. 
IIopineHfc 



DOMHH. 



nonna, 



BanycKHoft JuanaHi. 

, uepe^t, Bnepe^i, nane- 



6as- 



Depe^aee nie^o. 
IIepeji,Haa nocoBaa 

Ka. ' 

a nocoBaa 

HOCB. 



Fore. 



225 



Fore. 



fore or breast hook. Y. 

breiMt-hook. 
81S-2. fore buntlincs. 
Six:;. fn---ufi<-. 

8481. forecastle of a galley. 
8183. forecantle-mon or h.iinl-. 
SixiJ. Topgallant forecastle. 

818". fore-cat harplngs. 

fore-COCk-pit. V. cock-pit. 
fore-deck. V. deek. 

8488. fore-door. 

8489. fore-end. 



fore-end of a musket stock, 
in. o. a. 

1' the bed of Ihe bai-rcl. 

2) the ramrod groove, the bore for 

the rod. 

3) the pipe. 

i) the spring-hole. 
5; Ihe wire-pin holes. 

e) the bolt-holes. 



8191. fore foot. 
fore-frame. V. frame. 

8192. fore-front. 

8 493. fore-ganger or fore -goer: a 
short piece of rope which is 
grafted to the .shank of a 
harpoon, and to which the 
line is bent. 

8494. fore -gripe: the lower ends 
of a vessel's stem and cut- 
water connected with the 
keel. 

8495. fore-ground. 
8496- fore-hammer. 

8497, fore-hoods: the foremost of 
the outside and inside planks 
of a vessel fore-hooks. Y. 
breast hooks. 

8498. fore-jears. 



8499. fore-land. 

8500. fore leech lines. 
fore-light-room. Y. 
room. 

8501. fore-lock. 



light- 



8502. to fore-lock. 

fore-lock bolt. Y. bolt. 
8508. spring fore-lock, or split 

fore-lock. 

fore-magasine . Y. maga- 

zine. 

850 4. foreman 



8505. fore-man in carpentry or 
masonry. 

8506. fore-man of a docks yard 
or fore-man of shipwrights. 

8507. fore-man in a row-boat. 

8508. fore-mast. 



oargue-fonds de misaine. 

gaillard, chateau d'avant. 

labourin. 

prouiers. 

gaillard (convert) des uavires cui- 

rasse"s. 
trelingage des haubans de misaine, 



porte de devant. 
devant. partie de devant. 

devanl du bois d'un fusil, fat de 
fusil. 

canal ou logmen l du canon. 

encastrement, voie, canal de la ba- 
guette, 
porte-baguetle. 

logemcnt du ressort. 

trous de goupilles, ouvertures pour 
les goupilles. 

entailles dans le bois pour le pas- 
sage du liroir. 

brlon. ringeot, barbe. 

face, facade, frontispi -e. 
ligne de harpon. 



laiUe-mer. 



devant du tableau. 

marteau de devant. 

planches les plus proches de la 

proue tant du vaigrage que du 

bordage exterieur. 

drisses de la misaine, drisses de la 

vergue de misaine. 
promontoire, cap, pointe. 
cargue-boulines de misaine. 



goupille, clef, gachette, clavette, 

esse. 
goupiller. 

clavette fendue. 



premier chef, ouvrier d'etat, mai- 
treouvrier, maitre- valet, chasse- 
avant, contre-maitre, hasteur. 

maitre-ouvrier. 

second maitre de construction, 

brigadier. 

mat de misaine. 



Bain,, HocoBas iacit najy6u. 
'PopKacxe.ifc, fiaKt na rajept. 
BasoBuc ('uaTpocu). 

4>OpKaCTCJk, 



Depejusa 

nepeiHaa lactk, nepeia^i OBO- 

HC'IHOCTb BaKOfi JU(5o 8COIB. 

Bepxaaa lacxi .IOSH k ort ^yja ^o 
yciyna WH HH^aeft 6ia), 



CTBOJa. HOJCTBOJJ>HHfi 



IIIoMno.mufi sejo6i, 

poatKa. 
Mt^naa HJH aseifenaa ipyfioiKa y 

JIO;KH, K&H npoxoAa nioiiuo.ia. 



Jl,upu, mean, oiBCpcTia ^ja COCKOBI 

HJH DlTH<j)TOBT>. 
JI,UpH ^Ja 3a^BU!KKH DJH 
HOH KpUniKH Bl 



KopOTEaa 
KI rapuyHHOMy 

K^ JHHB. 



Fpeni. 



HepeitHift 



, H IIOTOMI 



MOJOT1. 

OTI noca AOCKH Hapyaaoft 

of)fflHBKfl. 



MUCT,, Boca, 



MH saKptnKa y (Jojia; 

THKl. 



Macxepi, ciapmiB. 



HOCOCOH rpe6e^ na 



Fo,, 



re. 



226 



Fore. 



8309. fore-mast of a galley. 

8510. fore-mast men or men be- 

fore the mast: a name gi- 

ven to. the common sailors, 

distinguishing them from 

the officers ou board of any 

vessel. 

fore-noon watch. Y. watch. 

fore-part. Y. fore-body. 
8311. fore-peak: forward space or 

part of the hold of a vessel 

formed by the contracted 

points of the bow. 
8 SI 2. fore or front-rank. 
S.'jlf!. fore-reach or heatf-reac'n: 

to shoot ahead when sailing 

on a wind. 

fore-rigging. 

fore-royal mast. 

fore-royal s'a'fli 

fore-royal stay. 

fore-royal yard. 

fore-runner. 



8314. 
851 4 2 
8313 
8 SIC. 
8317. 
8518. 

8819. 

II Ml 

fore*ll-boom. Y. boom. 
8520. forcisall-bowliric. 
8321. fore-sail of a galley. 

.AH'TU' I 



8322. 

8*23. 
8S23 2 



8324. 
8525. 



8327. 
8528. 

8529. 
8530. 
- 8331. 
8532. 
8533. 



8535. 
850C. 



8537. 
8338. 
8539. 
8540. 
854 f. 
8542 
8343. 
8544 
854i) 
8346 
8347 
8348 
8349 



to make a goosewing of the 

.fore-sail. 

fore-sheet. 

fore-sheet horse: on iron 

rod or piece of w j obd fasten- 

ed at its ends athwart the 

deck of a single masted ves- 

sel before the mast, for the 

fore-sheet to travel upon. 

to fore-shorten. 

fore-shrouds. 

fore-staff or oro.ss-Mflff. Y. 

cross-staff. 

to fore-slall. 

fore-Slav. 

forcstay-sail . 

fore stroke. V. stroke. 

fore-studding sail. 

fore-tack. 

fore tack tackle. 

fore-tackle. 

fore teeth or gatherers. 

fore-lie, fore-tye. 

fore-lopV J 

fore top backstays. 

fore top bowline! T- bow- 
line. 

fore top clewline. 
fore top gallant mast. 
fore-top-gallant royal. 
fore-top-gallant royal mas!. 
tore-'top-gallant royal yard. 
fore-top-gallant sail. 
fore- lop-gallant stay. 
fore-top-gallant yard. 
fore-top r halliard, 
fore-top'" mast. 
forc-top-mast-shrouds. 
fore-lop-mast stay. 
fore-top-mast-stay sail. 



mat on arbre de trinquet. 

nom applique dans la marine aux 
simples matelols, pour les. distin- 
guer de ceux qui ont un rang 
quelqu.e peu eleve. 



parlie la plus lroile de 1'avant 
d'un vaisseau. 

Iflb* 

front, premier rang, 
depasser, gagner sur, couper route 
': un vaisseau. 

greement de misaine. 

petit mat de cacatois. 

petit cacatois. 

elai du grand perroquet volant. 

vergue de petit cacatois. 

marque de ligne de loc, avant-cou- 

reur, precurscur. 
misaine, voile de misaine, premier 

foc trinquette. 

bouline de la misaine. 
voile de trinquet. 

avoir la pointe de la misaine lar- 
guee ct le fond cargue. 

ecoute de misaine. 

lamisaille de foe, sur laquelle court 
1'ecoule de la misaine sur un vais- 
seau h un mat. 

|V 



raccourcir, 
haubans de misajrje. 

Jnfc'/Sb tb UOTlie 

, >v' <V\ >-illi.\ Wl 

^de'misaine. 

pelit foe, trinquette, lour: 



n. 



bonnelte de misaine. 

ecouel de mJsam^; f 

u retail, urelac. 

palan de la caliorne de misaine. 

pinces. 

itague de la drisse de misaine. 

hune de misaine. 

galhaubans du pelil mat de hune 

cargue-point du pelit htmVrV' 1 

mat de petit perroquet. 

petit perroquet volant. 

mat de petit perroquet, volant. 

vergue de petit perroquet volant. 

pelit perroquet. 

etai du perroquel"" 

A'ergue de petit perroquet. 

drisse de petit hunier. 

petit mat de hurie. ' 

haubans de pelit mal de hune. 

etai de pelit mat de .hune. 

petit foe. 



4)OKt-ua^Ta ci 
CKIIMH napycauu. 
Taut Ha3UBaroTi> 
MatpocoBi ^Jia OTJH'iia iix't 

HHHOBT>. 



Laiiafi y^naa laciL cyjua vi aocy. 



$poHTT,, nepaaji mepenra. 

ojiiTt nnepe^i, ofironnib BM!. 
crfe nflyin.ee 



OcnacxKH, 



dpaMi raxaHri. 
6pain-pefl. 
MapKH ea aarjiiHt 1I3^ 

$OK1,. 



TpHHKeTT>, nepe^niii napyct na ra- 



yro.n> 



',l>>.rl,:;ii],iii ii.nt ^peBflHituH norOHT,, 

110 HOTOpOliy XOXHTL HlK()TL-4)OUa 

ua 



._ 



: ,i 



sill 

',, 

1 

;j 



.bil !--t .( 

* 0pl -cefl-rUH. 

frr.. 

lot tO? 8 



iof-it 
jrt-4iot 



IQU 



miari. 



tin *iot 

r im>em 

6rn-io 

Vl Irt 



TOU8 

1- ii, y K 



Fore. 



227 - 



Forge. 



8550. fore-top men. 

8551. fore-top-reef-lackle. 

8552. fore-top-sail. 

8553. fore-top-sail yard. 
8354. fore-top shrouds. 
8555. fore-top lie. 
8536. under fore-man. 
8551. fore-wind. 
8358. fore-yard. 

8559. Forge, iron mill, shingling 
mill, techn. 

back Of a forge. V. hock. 
forge-bellOWS. V. bellows. 

8560. forge-chimney hood, techn. 

8561. forge-chisel, techn. 
forge-coal. V. coal, 
forge - establishment . V . 
iron-works. 

8362. foreman in a forge. 
8563. forge-hammer, techn. 

1) the hirst, hirst frame. 



2) the ram. 

3) the helve of the hammer. 

4) the hurst or collar. 

. 

3) the thumbling shaft. 

6) the arms, cogs, knobs. 



7) the limbs of the support . 

8) the brasses or pillows. 

0) the anvil. V. anvil. 
10) stock of the anvil. V. anvil. 
8564. forge-hearth, techn. 
85G5. forge-iron, techn. 

8366. to refine the forge-iron. 

8567. forge man. 

8368. forge-mark, techn. 

8369. forge-master, techn. 

8570. forge-pig, techn. 

8571. plate of the forge-hearth, 
lechn. 

8572. forge-rake, techn. 

8573. forge-scales, iron scales ; 
teehn. 

8574. forge-smith of cloul iron, 
m. o. a. 

8573. forge-tongs, lechn. 

8376. the bit of the forge tongs 

techn . 
8577. the bow forge-tongs, techn 

8378. the flal bit forge-tongs, the 
straight bitted tongs, techn. 

8579. the hollow-bitted forge-longs, 

techn. 
8379* Forge, v. a. 

8580. to forge ahead; to shoot 
ahead when at anchor. 

8581. to forge over. 



gabiers de la hune de misaine. 

palan de ris du petit hunicr. 

petit hunier. 

vergue de petit hunier. 

haubans du petit mAt de hunc. 

ilague de la drisse du petit hunier. 

sous-cap. 

vent en poupe. 

vergue de misaine. 

forge, afflnerie, usine. 






daiuu 



hotte. 

tranche a chaud. 



martileur, chef de forge, 
marteau de grosse forge, gros mar 

leau de forge, martinet, 
ordon. 



drome. 

manche. 

bague, hulse, hurasse. 



arbre a cames. 
cames, poucets. 






jambes de force, 
crapaudines. 

.Tiiopidaa iw 90.84 gl ltMfl1( 
alre, foyer de raffinerie. 
fonte pour la forge. 

; !.'.) : :<)<! 

afflner la fonte. 

forgeron. 

temoin. 

mailre de forge. 

fonte, fer de fonle. 

contre-coeur. 

,!-' 

rouable. 

battilures, ecailles, pailleltes de 

fer (qui se detachent pendant 

1'etirage). 
armurier. 



.,>liit>)sti sb snail *;l "war 
lenaille de forge, pince a forger, 
mors de la pince. 

pince pour tenir de cote les fers 

ronds. 
pince plate ordinaire. 

pince propre a saisir au bout les 

fers carres ou ronds. 
forger, battre, corroyer, mateler. 
courir vers son ancre. 

franchir, forcer a Iravers, passer, 
en faisant force de voiles. 



i>opi-Mapca-pii(ji7,-Ta.iH. 
1'opvMapce.iB. 



<k>p'B-cxeii i,n,- 



I'OpHOM'B. 



3y(5iuo. 



CrapmiS 



3H, BB KOXOpUXB 



MOJIOTT.. 



- 



IIoirepe'iHwft Cpyci, ci;p-l>n.i,iioiii,ift 

CTOHKH MOJOTOBaro cxana. 
Mo.ioTOBiini,e. 

O.IBW, o(5ofiKa, 
Baroio,ee 3io.iOTOBHm,e 
ciByiomaro MOJioia. 

Bail, Ba,ii Q-B 
j'jiaKii y 
MOioia. 

pacnopKR, 

, CBA3II. 

, nojmnnHiiUH. 



jp bus 



i^ KT a; 



'iyryii% BI niejitao. 



. 



MOJOia nn Bem. 
siacTepi. 



.,. 



Tb ropna. 
Koaepra, rpeGoia. 



t, H3roTOB.iaiomift CIBOJI- 

D.JJO-. 



l'.iem,H 
ponu 



. 

. * y G v 

ia co cxo- 
o ateji'Bsa. 
i;jem,n. 

ci> ^yrodSpasHHMt ' -saxsa- 



XOJli. 



cxoa Ha flKOi. 



Dpoiixn, 



a napyca-Mii. 



Forged. 



228 



Formed. 



Forged iron, techn. 
Forger, s. 
Skelp forger. 



8585. cylindrical forging. 



8586. 
8587. 
8688. 

8589. 



hollow forging, 
forging machine, techn. 
massive forging, solid for 
ging. 
Fork, s. 



8590. 
8591. 

8592. 



8593. 

8594. 

8595. 
8596. 

8597. 
598. 

8599. 

8600, 
8601. 

8602. 
8603. 
8604 

8605. 
8606. 
8607. 
8608. 



fork of the body, fork- end. 
fork-link . 

fork-beams: short beams 

introduced to support the 

decke where there is no 

framing. 

fork staff or reed plane, 

techn. 

fork -wrench, techn. 



Form, s. 

Form, v. a. and n. 



to form a bow and quarter 

line. 

to form 

by the 

ard or 

to form 

ahead, 
station, 
to form 



a close line ahead 
wind on the starbo- 
larboard tack. 

in line of battle 
without regard to 



8611. 
R612. 



junction with, 
to form line. 

to form a line abreast, 
to form line for action front. 

to form a line of battle 

ahead. 

to form (he order of retreat. 

to form the order of sailing. 

tp form a screw, techn 

Form-piece, techn 

Formation, s. 
Formed, part. 
formed up in line 

formed with a projection, 
catch, cog. lip. etc., techn. 



fer forge, 
forgeron, forgeur. 
maquetleur. 



action de forger des objels cylin- 

driques. 

action de forger des objets creux. 
machine k forger, 
action de forger des objets massifs. 

fourche, fourchette, enfourchement. 



enfourchement, enfourchure. 
bielle later ale, etrier, fourche. 

demi-baux. 



mouchette. 
clef a fourche. 



forme, modele, moule, facon, bane, 
bancelle. 

former, donnor la forme. fac.onner, 
fabriquer, faire, se former, orga- 
niser, prendre forme. 

former la ligne en e^hiquier. 

former la ligne de plus pres, tri- 
bord ou babord amure. 

former la ligne de bafaille par rang 
de vitesse. 

joindre, se reunir ;i. 

se mettre en ligne, se former en 
bataille, deployer, ranger sur 
une ligne. 

former la ligne de front. 

se former en avant, en bataille 

pour le feu. 
former la ligne de bataille. 

former 1'ordre de retraite. 

former 1'ordre de marche. 

fileter. 

pierre de moule. 



formation, conformation, 
forme, faconne\ 
en ligne de bataille. 
forme a mentonnet, 



KoBanfloe 



HJiaCTHHKH, 



CTHO.II,- 



KoBKa 

KoBaj 
KoBKa 



semefi. 



Marnuna. 



, BHJoofipaanaa Benu>; 



BI O.JHO H3T> 
TOKapnaro cxaHKa 11 
yan TOKapsMii flepeBflHimxi. ne- 
mefi j.jia BpameHia CHXT> uoc.rt.t- 
HHXI; Ha KOHU,* oua ciuecuyTa 
jojioxy, DO Hiiten. u;i 
BHjam,iHCK uBHipi., wa 
Bpameeia ^epeBa BI 

CTOpOHH. 
PaS^BOCHHUH BHJOBaTHH KOH6UT>. 

BoKOBaa xara, EHJioBaiaa CEo6a, 
o6ofiaa. 

KopOTKie SHMCU 

ajy6u, BT> 
niciaxi, rat aixi uaGopa. 



: cxpyri, y 
toparo 

OTBepiKa, ci 

HUMl KOHUOMl, 

H saBHHHBBaaia raeiti. u BHHTOBI. 
$opua, 



; o6pa- 



DoCTpOHTbCa Bl COMKHVTyiO 

na DpaBUK HJH 



BI jinui Caiajin no 
cnoco6HociH. 



CHJOTHTB. 

EocTpOHTtca vb 4HniK). 



Bl JHHiK) H Hp- 

Btxpa. 

na JJHH1K) 6ocBaro 
4>poHia. 
DocTpoHTbca BI jiHHiio 6aiajiH. 

IIOCTpOHTBCa B'b OTCTynilOH CTpOM. 

HocTpoHTbca BT> op^epi iioxo.Ta. 

llaptaaxj. BHHTI. 

$ypManaa cxtniia BI. KpinHOMT. HJH 

KysHenHOMT. ropat H BI 

HOH .nequ. 
OfipaaosaHJe, 



co- 



no 
IIocTpoeHHijti BI 



Cl 



nou*, 



Former. 



229 



Pothering. 



8813. Former. ,s. 



rartridpt 1 former \. earl 
ridge. 

8614. Forming, &. 

8615. forming liw 

8616. forming paper for cartrid 
ges, art. 

8617 rort, s. 

8618. for i for harbour defence 



8619. Mn.ill fort 
9620. star fort. 
8621. fert of a sword blade 



862 1 2 for ted. 

8622. Fortification, s. 

8623. Fortify, v. a. 

8(24. Fortifying, shbdg. 



8648. Fortilage or. rortin, s. 

8626. Fortress, s . 

8627. Forward, s. 

8628. Forward, v. a. 

8628* lo forward works. 

8629. Forward, adv. 

8630. to go or move forward. 
8630 2 in forward state. 

8631. forward movement 

8632. Forwardness s. 



8633. to be in forwardness, to be 

much in forward. 
863 i. Fosse, s. (V also easting- 

mould) 
8635. Fotber (or fodder;, s., techn. 



8636. Fotber a leak 



Fathering bag. V, bag, 



forme, moulu; Ibrniateur, fonda- 
le-ur; fermoir, baguette b rouler, 
rouleau, cadeau, mandrin. 



formation. 

formation en bataille. 

trapeze de papier. 

fort, chateau, lieu fortific. 

risban. 

for tin. 

etoile, forl etoile . 

talon. 

.'T 

ol ,<wi\ni *>(/ u Jim 



pourvu de forts. 

fortification, art de fortifier, defense; 

ouvrage de fortification, place 

fortiftee. 
fortifier, munir, renforcer, rendre 

plus fort. 
fortification , renforcement de la 

proue d'un vaisseau baleinier 

pour lui faciliter les moyens de 

register aux glacons. 



JOKl. 



; HaCOHHHKl, t UO- 



oopasoBanic, 

nanie. 
IIocTpoenie BitioeBoft nopx^ORi, 

JIIHJIO r 
liyuara x-' 



for tin, petit fort. 

forteresse, plaee forte ou de guerre. 

avant. 

avancer, hater, accelerer, pousser, 

envoyer, expedier, transmettre, 

faire passer on tenir. 
avancer, accelerer les travaux. 
en avant, sur le devaot. 
aller en avant, avancer. 
avance (en parlant du travail). 

mouvemenl en avanl. 
acceleration ; action de prevenir, 
travail avance. 

avoir de 1'avance. 
lingotiere . 

masse de plomb (de hull sau- 
mons). 



aveugler Hne voie d'eau. 



, jKptnjieHHoe utcio, 

luonie, 

1'ncoaiiKi , 



HeCo.itnioii 



Toiciaa H.IH KopHeBaa 'jacu. KJHB- 

K.1, (OKOJO OJHOM TpeTH BCCfi 

J.IHHIJ ero) 6.iH;i;afimaa KI> C'rcpai- 
H ero HJIH pyKoaiKH 



yKpin-neaie, 
Micro, Kptnocii.. 



ynpinjieHie HJH noj- 
HOCOBOH ^acia jsoft- 
HOIO oomHBKOK), a raKxe naKauH 

EJIH ,lCpeB,1IIUI,IMH KJHHailH, HpH- 
Kpf.IiJPRHHMH (lOJiaMH FB CTCMy, 

nocoBoS ofiraHBKt H HaCopy caa- 
py;i;ii, H oumiiTHXi> TOJCTUMH 
n;ejfanwMH jncxaaii, a cnyxpn 

B 

ice-beams, 



6iiMCii>ia, 



Cipn.icpcami H iiHjjepcauK. CHC- 
TCiia OToro cupinjenia npHHflia 
na Bcixi cyjax^, ynoxpc6jiae- 
KHioBaro npoxucja BI 
uopaxx. 



Kpinocxt. 
Hoci., Hocosaa 
CnocnemecxBOBaxi,, nojuBHraxi Bne- 
(pa6oxy ycKopaxt), onipa- 



CntranxL paCoxofi; ycKopax>pa6oxa. 
, cittjo, Bnepe^i, Bnepe^n. 
Bnepeji. 

Hjen snepe^i, yc- 
(roflopa 



HJIH 3HaMHxe3tHO no^BHHyxaa pa- 
6oxa. 
BHXB 



n oxjHBaaa wexaajmie- 

CKHXl CJIHXKOBl, OHOlta. 

CBHHU,a 

8 CBHHKaxi> , 

ox'i. 70 .TO 80 pyccKHXi (j>yH- 
TOBI BI, pasHhixi <iacxaxT, BWH- 
Ko6pnxaHin. 
j.BecxH napyci. 

CT C.10CMT, 1ICHI.KH, 

CTH H nO?. Jt3S VRXia T61H. 



Fougasse. 



230 



Foundery. 



8637. Fongase, s. 

8638. fougaswe filled with stones 

8639. powder box of a fougasse 
8610. Foul, adj. 



fool air. V. air. 

fonl anchor. V. anchor. 

8641. foul of the anchor stock. 

8642. to become foul. 



8643. to become foul by repeated 
firing, art. 

foul bottom. Y. bottom, 
foul coast. V. roust. 

8644. foul copy. 

8645. fonl feeding. 
8616. foul ground. 

8647. foul hawse. 

8648. to make a foul anchor. 

8649. fonl pump. 
8650 foul rope. 

8551. to run fonl of a bank, etc. 

8652. to run foul of a ship. 

8t5o3. foul water. 

>.,., 

Sfioi. foul \sind. 
8655. foul. adv. 

8636. anli-fouiln rrnifnt anti- 
fo.iiins composition, ferhn. 

8657. round, v. a. (V. also *). 

.'... > OVr: . ; 

*l''V 

8688. Fonndatlon, s. 



8659. foundation-boll, techn. 

8660. to build under the founda- 
tion or under-pin. 

8C61. to lay Ihc foundation. 
,S662. foundation plate, techll 

8663. Founday, s. (in iron work?) 

techn. 

8664. Founder,'*. ' 

8665. founder's lathe, lerhn. 

8666. founder's scoop, techn. 

8667. founder's truck, stove-truck 

truck-carl, lechn. 
8C68. Founder, v. a. and II. 

8669. to founder al anchor. 

8670. to founder at sea. 

8671. to founder under sails. 

8672. Foundered, adj. 

8673. Foundering, s. 

8674. Foundery or foundry, s 

8675. foundery-furnace. 



ougasse, fougade. 

ougasse-pierriere. 

assetle. 

ale, impur, vilain, encrasse. 



surjale. 

prendre nn tour de cable. 

s'encrasser. 



brouillon, 

nourrilure grossiere. 
'ond de mauvaise tenue, fond par- 
seme de rochers. 
croix, demi lour ou lour de cable, 
lourner sur. son ancre. 

pompe engorged. 

manoeuvre empechee, corde embar- 

rassee, engagee. 
s'e"chouer sur un bane de sable. 

aborder, deriver sur un vaisseau. 
eau salie ou troubled (par le vais- 
seau qui a louche le fond), 
vent conlraire, mauvais vent, 
de franc etable. de franc etrave. 

cement, composition qui preserve 
de la pourriture. 

fonder, batir, fondre, jeter en 
moule. 

fondation, fondement, base, enfon- 
cement, commencement, origine 
elablissement. M)'*| ,i 

boulon de carene ou de fondation, 
boulon de plaque de fondation. 

reprendre sous oeuvne. 1 > >' 
- 

jeter les Tondements. 
plaque de fondation. 
semaine de 'six- Jours. 

.Tbns/r. ,'11878 as I9li 
fondeuri-"- 
totir servant k former de la terre 

les nioules des pieces J - 
puisoir, pelle, ecope. 
chariot dans les fonderies. 

couler bas, couler a fond, caler, 

sombrer, sousombrer, passer, 
sancir i 1'ancre, sur ses amarres 

sancir a la mer. 
sombrer sous voiles. 

coule a fond, cale, sombre, 
action de couler bas, de sombrer 

de sancir. 
fonderie, urine, 
fourneau de fonderie ou k fondre 

& fonle, a fusion ou de fusion 



(j>yraci,. 
lopoxoBoft flinHKi 4 > y raca< 

leiHCTUH, 3aMapaHHUH, 

rnycuHH, jypnoii, 

npOTHBHUH. 



noji. anopHHfi 



(roBOpa o 



HC'lHCTHM'B (rOBOpH 

HJII CHaciH), sanyTH- 



Baibca. 



Oil 



connHenie Ha Cyaarfc. 
IpyGoe Kyraante. 

,3,ypHOH rpyHTt RUS. aKOpHofl cioaH- 
KH. 

, HJIH KpeCTT> KaHaTOBT>. 
TaTbCa OK030 CBOBFO 

H c^tjaTB Kanait H 
SacopHBraaaca nosina. 
3anyiaBfflaaca BepeBKa, 

, nojpeft(jiOBaTB KI MC- 



Ha jpyroe cyiHO. 
Myiaaa soja OTI 36ypOBJieHHaro 
KHJeMi rpynia. 

HpOTHBlIhlH BCTCpT). 

IIOCl Cl nOCOML, UJH HOCl KT, 110- 

cy. 

ciaB-fc npe,j,oxpaH,iK)nufi noiBOi- 
Hyro Macib, on, rpupocTaiiifl pa- 

KOBHIIT. II 



,; JIHTI>, 



ocnoBane, 
; nojoateaie, naiaao. 

;!10? -til? 






Pat3o'jaa 
.bwir^ 

JIlITeHlU,HKT>. 



05 oJ CCdfe 
jniefi- 



HUXTb <{)OpMT. U31. 3CMJIH. 

, iepna.no (npn 
BT. 



, onpoKniiyTBca, 
noiiTU na JI;HO. 

TOHyTB, MATH KO REf , CT03 Ha 



TonyxB, B^xn KO Jtny na Mopi 
BaxonyxB , onpoKnnyxBca , 



noxoHyBra. 
yioname, norpyaieme KO jay. 



Founder). 



231 



Frame. 



8676. foundery-pattem, tcchn. 

8677. foundery-pig, lechn. 

8678. foundery skimmer, techn, 

8679. Founding, s. 
Foundry. V. fonndery. 

8680. Four-thread. 

8681. four-way cock., St. eng. 

8682. Fox, s. 

8683. Spanish fox. 



8681. 
86,85. 



fox-wedge. 
Foxcy, aclj, 



8686. to foxtail-wedge, carp. 

8687. foxtail wedging or wedge, 
carp. 



8688. Foxtail-wedging. 

8689. Foy. 

8690. Foyer, basin of reception, 
lech a. 

8691. basis of the foyer, techn. 

8692. bottom of the foyer, techn. 



8693. 
869i. 

8695. 
8696. 
8697. 
8698. 
8699. 
8700. 

8701. 
8702. 



cast iron plate forming the 
foyer, techn. 

stones facing the foyer, 
lechn. 

Fracture, s. 

columnar fracture, techn. 
conchoidal fracture, techn. 
crystalline fracture, techn. 
fibrous fracture, lechn. 
finely fibrous or silky frac- 
ture, lechn. 

granulated fracture, lechn. 
Fractured, adj. 



8703. Fragile, adj. 

8704. Fragility, s. ' 

8705. Fragment, s. 

8706. Fra'<, s. 

8707. Fr >, S. 

- 



tr. 

8708. adjusting all the frame'* or 

ribs of a ship, shbdg. 

.after-JVamcs, after b'bdyW. 

body. 
_^ after -balance frame. Y. 

after;' ; ; 

balar-'e- frames. V. ton- 

lance. 

frame bed plate. V. bed- 

plate., 



modele. 

fonte grise. 
lioul. 

fonderie, fonte. 

bitord de qtiatre fils. 
robinel a 3 ou 4 fins. 
Iresse (de vieux cordages). 

ficelle. 

conlre-clavette, coin de clavette. 
rouge (en parlant de bois). 

coincer, enclaver a queue de re- 

nard. 
assemblage a contre-clavelte. 






enclavure a queue de renard. 

fret pour la location d'une embar- 
calion; repas d'adieu. 

renardiere. 

pierres des costieres de sole. 

plaque de fond. 

plaque d'affinerie, de creusets, de 

timpe. 
pierres des costieres. 

: cassure, rupture. 

fracture en colonnes. 

fracture couchoidale. ' 

fracture crystalline. 

fracture fibreuse. 

fracture a fibres fins, soyeux. 

grenu dans la cassure. 
casse, brise, rompu, fractured 

fragile. 

fragilite. 

fragment. 

panier de jonc, cabas. 

edifice, structure; machine, forme, 
fabrique; corps, entourage, sy- 
steme; carcasse, charpente, chas- 
sis, grillage, bordure, cadre, en- 
cadrement, bati, b,oudel. couple, 
monlure. 

ltd : 



,, jena.10, oCpaaei^i w* OT- 
JIHBKH. 

IUHTKR. 



cnzn injiaKOBi, n npoi. 

, OTJIHBKa. 



H31> IGTUpeXl, 
, CT, ICTBptMa 

nsi i;a6ojoi;i 



Ka6o.iKa pascyienaaa n cmiTaa oimi. 

Bt IJpOTHBUyiO CTOpOHy. 

HaTaiKiiaa 'iCKa. 

IIopoitT, BT, repeat,, KpacnoBararo 

HB'tra. 
oaKiiinHBaxi); aaKO.ianiiBaTi. IIJIHULJI. 

Coe;uinenie CT, pacKjnnKoro ranna; 
ic (ric #0 utcxa) m> 



neCojibiJiaro lanna 
pesa 6ojte TBepiaro, HIK TOFO, 
^TO itor^a oni> ^OHAeT^ AO Ana 
jupu, TO pacKajitiBaeica STUM'L 
KJHHOMI,, pasflaexca H Kptn^e flep- 



CKBOSHOH rnnnt, pacKJinnenHnfi 

KOHU,i. 

sa ynoTpeCjenie 

; npomaiL- 



ropni. 



Kaiiem. m, j;o- 
neiH. 

jonna-a ^ocna BT, 
HOMT. ropei. 
TeMneaBHaa HyrynHaa jocKa. 

FopooBLie KaMnn, cocTasjaromie cxl;- 
uu; ropaa AOMGHHOH nenn. 

,, H3.10S1T. 



.. 
PaKOBHCTHft HSJOMi. " 

KpncxajJiHiccKifi HSJIOMI. 

BoJOKHHCTtrB H3.10MX. 
TOHKOBOJOKHHCTUU H3IOMT,. 

- 



H3.TOMT,. 



cio- 



JIoiiKiii, xpyni;i?i: ' 

JIOMKOCTI,, XpynKOCTB. 

06.ioMoi;%, OCKOJOI;T>. 

KOpSHIia TpOCTHHKOBa^. 

CipoeHie, OCTOBI., pacnojio.Tcnie; 
cpyfii.; cxanoKT,, cncTeua; puna; 
nepeiue'ra; HafSopi, nnraHroyrt. 



TOBT>. 



inBaHie, npnrojma mnairrdiy- 



Frame. 



232 



Framing. 



boat in frame. V. boat. 

frame bow or compass-sa\v. 

V. Bow. 

8109. binding frame for pile-work. 
8710. frame-board, U'chn. I 



8711. chief frame* or principal 
frame*, shbdg. 

8712. core frame, techn. 

8713. crosstree-frame*, shbclg. 

frame-engine. Y. frame- 
work, framing of an en- 
gine and engine. 

S7H. fore-frame*, shbdg. 

8715. foremost frame* of a ship, 
shbdg. 

8716. frame or framlujf piece 6f 
a hatchway, shbdft. 

8717. half frame, techn. 

8718. hirst frame of a tilt-ham- 
mer, techn. 

8719. housing frame f a rolling- 
machine. 

8720. in frame. 

8721. iron frame for ammunition 
boxes, art. 

87*2. frame for laying hooks in 
a rope-walk. 

87*3. luff- frame , loof - frame , 

shbdg. 

8721. midship-frame, shbdg. 
87-25. moulding frame, techn. 



8726. permanent frame, lechn. 

8727. pile frame. 

8728. post of a moulding frame. 

8729. frame saw or span saw. 

8730. sawyer's frame, horse block 
or trestle, techn. 

8731. shaft-frame. 

8732. shaking frame of a granu- 
lating machine, techri. 

8733. square frame, shbdg. 

Stern frame*. V. fashlon- 

pieces. 

8734. stout wooden frame. 
8733. frame-timber, shbdg. 

8736. frame of timber. 

8737. frame of timber for a chim- 
ney. 

8738. vibrating frame, techn. 

8739. frame-work, techn. 

8710. frame-work of an engine, 
framing of an engine, en- 
gine-frame, techn. 

8741. Frame, V. a. 

8742. Framing, S. 
crOSS-framlng. V. ei-. 



raineau. 

planche a trouper. 



couples de levee. 

tour de moulage ou a noyau, 
ganterias, barres de hune. 



couples de 1'avant. 
coltis. couple de collis. 

surbati. 

deiui-ehassis. 

ordon d'un marteau de forge a 
bascule. 

cage, chassis d'un laminoir. 

en bolte, en fagot, 
cadre-support de coffre. 

planlage. 



couple de lof. 

mattre-couple, 
chantier de moulerie. 



cadre uni ordinaire, 
ourdage, ourdissage. 

support, base d'un chantier de 

moulerie. 
scie four nie d'une monture, scie a 

refendre. 
baudet. 

chassis, cadre de puits. 
cadre oscillatoire. 



couple droit. 



paroi. 

baloire. 

ferme, grillage de bois. 

enchevetrure. 

chassis mobile. 

poutraison, longrine, carcasse, char- 
pente dans le sens de la longueur, 
bati, batis. 



former; conslruire, batir, fabri- 
quer, embrancher, encadrer, faire. 

charpente, construction, encadre- 
ment. 



tfpyex, nacajKa na CBRH. 



np>iviue niiianroyTH. 



CTaHOKl. 

CaajiHrn Boo6mc, T. e. Rpocnaci n 



HocoBue, 

Kpaiinie KI. nocy ujnaaroyTu, 



Ilo.iy-paMa. 

CTOHKII, BT> KOTOpiiXT> na CoJiii pa- 

maexca uojibiuou KPHIHLIH o- 

.TOTT>. 
Pana Ba.n.uoBaro HAH npOKarnaro 

CTaima. 

HaCopt BI uacT^XT,. 
c^ 



t;a jia 
KpwiKOBi ua K 



MBOjt. 

IIocoBofi noBOpOTHuii ranaHroyrt. 

MH^ejb-niiianroyTi. 

KOJ.IIJ j.m noMinteui.t ccjiAciHHKa, 
niH MHHAHUXI 60^- 
<])opMOBKu oprjiii. 



OCUKHOBCHHUR 

IIoCTpC'ftKa Cl OTKOCOHi; OCBOBa 
BepCBKH. 

ocHOBaaie f,in cep^ei- 
npn 4>opuoBiTB opy^iti. 
Ilnja BI 



HJH crauoKi, ^is. pacnujEU 
6peB6Hi na AOCKH. 
cpyCi. 

Ka'iawujaac-i paMa BT. 
3epuoB;uLiio& H 

niHH'B. 

anoH mnauroyiL, 

BU& KH1K). 



neperopo^Ka. 
HaOopnaa niTyKa. 

paua, ptmeira 
BJi3Ka oioao 



Cpy6i; ciaHOKi.; atca, pacnoioatea- 

OJLHO. 

paMa. 



ycipOHBati, 
; BCxatu^Tt BI pany. 
FaMa; itca; cKirtujenie pauoio. 



Framing. 



233 



Freighting, 



8743. framing rails or cross-pieces 
of a lock-gate, techn. 
framing of an engine. Y. 
frame-work. 

X/ i I. framing piece, carp. 

8145. framing timber, carp. 

8716. framing and warping the 
timbers, shbdg. 
FrankUnite. V. mangane- 
sian Iron. 

8717. Frap, v. a. 

8718. to frap. 

8749. to frap a tackle. 



8750. F rapping, s, 

8751. frapplng rope. 
Fraught. Y. freight. 

8752. Fray, s. 

8753. fray or fraying. 

8754. Fray, v. a. and n. 

8755. Frayed, a and p., techn. 

8756. Free. adj. 

8757. free of charge. 

8758. to go free. 

8759. half free. 

8760. free or leading wind. 

8761. three quarters free. 

8762 Free, v. a. 



8763. to free a prisoner. 

8764. to free a pump. 

8765. to free a ship of water. 

8766. to free a wheel, techn. 

8767. Freebooter, s. 



8768. Freeze, V. a. and n. 

8769. to freeze over (a river). 

8170. the river is frozen over. 

8771. Freezing, s. 

8772. freezing point. 

8773. Freight or Fraught, s. C. 

Merchant shipping Act Yict 
17 and 18. Cap. 104. Part 
IX, 502508. 

8714. agent or person for procu- 
ring freight. C. 

8775. to take in freight. C. 

8776. to take to freight the whole, 
or by the great. C 

8777. Freight, v. a. C. 

8778. Freighter, s. G. 

8779. Freighting, s. C- 



enlretoiscs d'une porle d'ecluse. 



bois avec assemblage 

bois ordinaire. 

rassemblement de la charpente du 
vaisseau. 



aiguilleter, brider, risser ou arisser. 

ceintrer, frapper. 
aiguilleter un palan. 



ceintrage, aiguilletage. 
risse. 

melee, chamaillis, combat, bataille. 

eraillure. 

erailler, frayer. 

fraise. 

franc, libre, degag6, affranchi. 

franc de frais, sans frais. 
aller vent largue. 

demi-largue. 

vent largue. 

trois quarts de largue. 

dclivrer, mettre en liberte, ouvrir, 
affranchir, liberer, degager, de- 
barrasser; degorger; desengrener, 
agre"ner, etancher. 

relacher, degager un prisonnier. 

degager une pompe. 

affranchir, franchir, etancher un 
vaisseau. 

desengrener une roue. 

aventurier, batiment arme en guerre 
et marchandises, boucanier, pi- 
rate, flibustier. 

geler, glaner, congeler, se g61er, se 
glacer. 

prendre. 

la rivie>e est prise. 

congelation. 

point de congelation. 

fret, affretement, nolis, nolisse- 

ment, naulage; charge, cargai- 

son. 
Code de Commerce Livre I, Titre 

YI, art 273280. .;., 

cargador. 

prendre, charger a' frfit. 

freter cap et queue, en grand ou en 

travers. 
freter, charger, affreter, charger 

en cueillette; noliser. 
affreleur. 
fretement, affretement, nolis, no- 

lissement. 



, nonepeiHHKH BT, WJLK- 
aaiBOpaxi. 



cpy6a 



6peBHo; 



6opa. 



ffliyita. 

H Bflsua cyflOBaro na- 



IIpHHafiTOBJlHBaTB, 



cyj;Ho. 

noco6ie itau- 
BO upeu/i Ka'nni; i;pij,T,cnaTj, 

H3T> BaHTH Bl 

CuaHTOiunrianio, 



HaHTOBt. 



Apaita, cxBaxna, cnajita, 
HepexiipaHie, nopna ort xpenia. 

CHaCTH). 

PascBepieHHufi. 



HUH. 



HjTH nOJHHMl BtlpOMl, Bt 6aK- 

inxari. 
BaKmxari OTB 10 flo 12 

QTT> ntxpa. 

IIojuuK Bixepi, 6aKinxari>. 
BaKmxari ora 12 so 14 

OXT. 



OTTi 



aaro 

HpOHHCTHTB 



BHnyCTHTB 



nsi 



Koaeco. 



6ycTBep't. 



IIOI;PHTBOI 

cxaiB (roBOp^ o piirfe). 
Pfjisa saMepsjia, cxajia. 



, HaeMHaa naaia 
rpysi. 

CB. 3an. T. XI YCT. Topr., nrara 
III. Paschal, II, raasa VI, CT: 
10001037. 

Kopa6en.HHK 



4paxTi, 

see cy^no HOAT> 4 ) P axTi > 3a 
j)paxTosaTB cyjHo cnojraa. 
3a<|)paxTOBaTi., HanaiB cy^no 
rpysi 

cy^na, 



French. 



234 



Frigate. 



8780. French boiler, st. cng. 

8781. Fresh or freshet, fres- 
hes, s. 



8782. Fresh, adj. 



to blow fresh. /Y. blow. 

8783. fresh breeze. 

8784. fresh hand, fresh man 

8785. fresh shot. 

8786. fresh spell. 

8787. to take in fresh water. 

8788. fresh water. 

8789. fresh water^jack or fresh 
water sailor. 

8790. fresh way. 

8791. fresh wind. 

8792. Freshen, v. a. and n. 

8793. to freshen the hawse. 



8794. to freshen the nip of a 
stay, or of a rope cable. 

8795. the wind freshens. 

8796. Fret, s. (v. also frith). 

8797. fret-work, techn. 

8798. Fret, v. a. and n. 



8799. Fretum, s. 

8800. Friable, adj. 

8801. Friction, s. 

8802. friction-break, st. eng. 

8803. friction-clutch, inec. 



8804. friction lever of a heavy 
howitzer carriage, art. 

8805. friction of motion. 

8806. friction plate. 

8807. friction priming, arl. 

8808. friction of quiescence. 

8809. friction roller, techn. 

8810. friction of rolling. 

8811. friction of sliding. 

8812. friction-socket. 

8813. friction-tube, art. 

8814. friction-wheel. 

8815. Friend (speaking of a ship). 

8816. Frieze, s. 



8817. Frigate, s. 

frigate built. V- built. 

8818. double banked frigate or 
double banker, which car- 
ries guns on two decks. 

8819. steam frigate. 

8820. iron cased steam frigate 
or armour plated frigate. 



chaudiere franchise. 

sous-berme, souberme, eaux sau- 
vages; doucin, etang d'eau douce, 
debordement, inondation; filet 
d'eau douce. 

frais; nouveau, rigoureux; doux. 



brise fraiche, vent frais. 

novice, nouveau vcnu, 

courant d'eau douce a 1'embouchure 

d'une rivie're. 
r amours frais. 
faire aiguade. 
eau douce, aiguade. 
marin d'eaju douce, novice, hale- 

bouline. 

bon sillage. 

vent frais. 

rafraichir, fraichir, avoyer, venter. 

soulager le cable, rafraichir la four- 
rure du cable a 1'endroit des 
ecubiers, filer le cable en dou- 
ceur ou en garant. 

rafraichir le cable. 

le vent fraichit. 
grecque; detroit. 

grecque, ciselure, ouvrage en bosse, 
denticule en guillochis. 

frotler, e>ailler, user, Scorcher, 
heurter, ronger, corroder; ciseler, 
sculpter, orner de grecques. 

bras de mer. 

rouverin, friable. 

frottement, friction. 

frein de Prony. 

embrayage avec des c6nes de fric- 
tion, manchon ,a friction. 

levier. 

froltement de mouvement. 
bande, plaque de frottement. 

amorce delonant par la friction, 
frottement du repos. 

galet. 

frottement de roulement. 

frottement de glissement. 

c6ne de friction. 

dtoupillea friction. 

roue de frottement. 

vofi'e amie. 

frise, sorle d'ornement en sculp- 
ture ou en peinture au haut de 
la poupe. ou a 1'avant d'un vais- 
seau. 

frigate. 

batterie et demie. 



'regale a vapour. 

regale a vapeur blindee. cuirass^e. 



KOTWL. 
Paaainie ptuH, nanoAncnie; npy/i/i, 

iipi;ciiOH BO.HHI (no 

pacnjiasucman eO(?a) 

HOH BOJUJ. 
Cutein; npoxaa^HEiii; IIOBUM, HO- 

flaBHift; 6ucxpufi; np'hcin.ifi (COBO- 

ps o Bo;r6). 



npn 



HoBo6paneu;i>, DOBHIOKT,. 
Opya, Teierrie np-ECHoR 

ptitu BI nope. 
jr, CBiistas CM'hua rpe(5n,OBT,. 

np'hcnoK) BO^OIO. 
, nptcnaa B0ji,a. 
MopaKt. npijcnoii BO^H, pinnofi, 
osepnuft iiopHKi, noBn^oKi,, ne- 
Bt uopt>. 
cnopufr, xopomiu 
cyjna. 



Kanaii na Kjrrosf.; nepe- 
capsenH. 



weinH na mtarE nm 



Bunynjioe jitnuoe yKpameaie; npo- 



, cKyjiLnxypnafl, ptsnaa pa- 
Coxa. 
TepexB , 



nojocu na 



Tpeeie. 

Ila;i;nin, Hin innaMOMCTpT) IlpoHH. 

CooCmenie nocpe^cTBOMt nonnie- 

CKofi My4*xM, npcji;oTBpainaiomefi 

xpenie. 
FaHinnyn, ^jia napnraHia rayCn^- 

naro aa^exa. 
Tpenie oxi> ABnJKCHia. 
5Keaf>3Haa nojroca, Koxopaa no^Kja- 

jDUBaexca jjra yuem>memii xpeaia. 
^pHKu,ionnaa (BuxflHinaa) xpy6na. 
Tpenie orb cjiyiafioaro ^BHa;eHij, 

BHi o6wKHOBennaro ^McxBia. 
KaxoKi, poyjbCT,, flj3 yMentineiiia 

xpeaia. 
Tpenie 
Tpenie 

KoHyci. xpema. 
5'pHKn.ioHHaa 
Tpyii;eeca 

xBeHHoe cyjHo. 

HIH pncoBaHHoe yKpamem'e 

Ha Hocy HJH na Kopidj cy^na. 



$peraxu, 



naposoft 



Frith. 



235 



Fulcrum. 



' Frith or firth or fret. 

8822. Frock, S. 
frock-coat. V. coat. 

8823. Guernsey frock. 

8824. laboratory or smoke frock. 

8825. Fromhold, St. eng. 

8820. Front, s. 

8827. front and back. 

8828. bastion front. 

8829. to change front. 

8830. covered front. 

8831. to face or conic to one's 
front. 

8832. in front of. 

8833. open front. 
883 4. original front. 

8833. front rank. 

8836. front rank-man or-file. 

837. front-puppet, techn. 



8838. front-wall, techn. 

8839. to rebuild the front-wall, 
techn. 

8840. Front, v. a. and n. 



8841 . Frontage, s. 

8842. Frontlsplce, s. 

8842 2 Frontlet, s., techn art. 

8843. Frost, s. 

8844. front-bitten. 

8845. front cleft. 

8846. glazed frost or rime. 

8847. hoar or white frost. 
3848. Frost, v. a. 

8849. to frost steel. 

8850. frosted steel. 



8831. Froth, s. 

8852. Froth, v. a. and n. 

8853. Frower, s., s techn. 

8854. Frown, s., techn. 

8855. Frustrum, s. 

8856. frustrum of a cone. 

8857. FUCUS, s. bol (alga, fucus, 
fucus vesiculosus, nataus). 

8858. Fuel, s. 

8859. artificial fnei, techn. 

8860. Fulclmcnt, s., mec. 



8861. Fulcrum, s. 



bras de mer, embouchure, bouche 

(de riviere), 
froc, habit, blouse. 

vareuse. 

blouse, blaude, sarrau, souquenille. 

robinet de cale. 

front, face, facade, elendue, devant, 

portail, tele, 
de devant et de derriere. 

front bastionne. 

changer de front. 

front couvert. 

faire face, se remettre faceent&e. 

en lete. 

front de'couvert. 

ancien front occupe, aligriement 

primitif. 
premier rang, 
chef de file, tele. 

poupee de devant. 



poi trine d'un fourneau. 

refaire la chemise. 

faire face a, etre vis a vis de. 

facade, droit'de facade. 

frontispice, facade, face, 
fronteau, fronteau de mire, ban- 
deau, frontal, 
gelee, glace, 
gele, atteint ou frappe de la gelee 

gelif. 

verglas.' 

gelee blanche, frimas. 

glacer. 

damasquiner. 

acier damasquine. 



ecume, mousse, bouillon, 
moutonner, ecumer, jeler de 1'e- 

cume, mousser. 
fendoir. 
ebuard. 

fragment, trouc. 

c6ne tronque, trouc de cone. 

vrac, goemon, algue, fucus. 

chauffage, combustible. 

pera. 

point d'appui d'un levier, hypo- 

mochliou, orgueil, point fixe, 

point de suspension, 
support, palier, portage porlee, 

appui, point d'appui, soutien, 



Pyitam. jiopa, sajmBt, BT> KOxopBifi 

pina. 
, luaxte, (S-iyaa. 



MaxpoccKifi KHXXCJIB. 

Bjysa, pyCamKa, pafio'iaa KypxKa. 

KpaHt #jia BcnpucKHBauiH XOJIO^DJB- 

HHKa TplOMHOK) BOAOJ3. 

nepeAi, nepe^Haa cropOHa; 



Ci> <})poHTa H ct Ttua, csajn u 
cnepe^H. 

BaCTiOHHHH 



CiaTt JIH1],OM1>, (JjpOHTOMl). 



I3nepe^H, BI waBt, npoiHBi. 

OlKpHTHH fylpOHITt. 

nepBOHaiajBHHft 4 ) P OHT ' I> ( cipofi, 

nocxpoenia. 
Hepe^naa inepeHra. 

, roJiOBHofi TCJioBiKii BI 



6a6a HIH cxofiEa Ha TO- 

Ht, B"b KOIOpOMl> 

naxpOHH. 
, nepeAHaa cxina 
nera. 

rpy^B 



Bcip'EXHXB, cu'Lio BwcxynaxB, cxoaxB 
jnmem npomBi nero, cxaHOBHXB- 
c.i, cxaxB nepe^Tj JIIUCM'L. 

j nepe^Haa aHuesaa cxopona 



f'poaxoHi; 

inimeH 
Mopoat. 

Mep3 

HHJI 

tio 

(rofiopa o 
jioji 
HHCH. 

!KH 

ciaaB SOJOXOMI HJH ce- 



ipenrjijm on woposa 



Hac-BieiiHafl cxaaB SOJOTOMI HIH 
cepefipOMi, cxaJiB npnroxoBJeH- 
Haa na no^;o6ie saiiaccKofi; ,na- 
siaccKaa cxaiB. 

Hina. 

HEHHXB, ninnxBca. 



pacisaJUBama 



KJIHIII. 
aia 



KOHyca. 

BojiopocjiB, Mopcuaa Kauycxa (y 
.eBT, Aanyia n Aonyia). 
TonjiHBO. 

McitycxBeinioe XOIIJTHBO. 
Onopnaa xo^Ka, xo'ina onopti, nofl- 
nopua, To^Ka npHBica. 



, uoflcxaBKa, nojtBicKa; 110- 
Ba.ioin> ci 



Fulcrum. 



236 



Fumigate. 



8862. fulcrum of a lever, techn. 

8863. fulcrum of a pump, techn. 

8864. Full, s. 

8865. to keep a good full. 

8866. fun of the moon. 

8867. fun of the tide. 



8868. Full, adj. 

8869. full amidships. 

8870. full and by. 

full cock of a flint lock. V. 
cock, flint lock, tumbler, 
full dress. V. dre0. 

8871. half full. 

887%. to keep the sails full. 

8873. full moon. 

8874. full pay. 

8875. to be on full pay. 



8876. on fall pay. 

8877. full pay service. 

8878. full sea. 

8879. full size. 

8880. full stroke, st. eng. 

8881. full to the upper beams. 

8882. the sails are full. 
S883. full and by! 

8884. keep her full! 

8885. Fuller, s., techn. 

8886. bottom fuller, or round 
fuller, techn. 

fuller or hollow of a bay- 
onet. V. bayonet. 

8887. Fullering, s., techn. 

8888. fullerlng-tool, techn. 

nm crins of a bayonet-blade. 
V. blade of a bayonet. 

8889. Fulminate, s. 

8890. fulminate of mercury or 
fulminating mercury of Ho- 
ward, ch. (H Cy). 

8891. fulminate of silver, ch. 

(Ag. Cy). 

8892. Fulminating powder, art. 

8893. fulminating or detonating 
priming, percussion priming, 
art., 

Lead fumes. V. lead. 

8894. Fumigate v. a. 

8895. fumigate the between-decks. 



centre de mouvement, crapau- 
dine. 

pointal. 

potence. 

plein. 

gouverner bon plein. 

plein e lune. 

fort de la maree, maline, grande 
maree. 



plein, rempli; ample, large, gros, 

complet, enlier, fort, parfail. 
en plein bois. 
prcs et plein. 



demi-largue 

porter plein. 

pleine lune. 

traitement, solde d'activite ou de 

presence 
etre en aclivite, compter dans 1'ef- 

fectif. 

actif, effectif, en pied, sur 1'etat. 



activite, de service, service actif. 
maree haute, 
grandeur naturelle. 

coup entier du piston, 
barrole. 

les voiles portent ou portent plein. 
pr6s et plein! 

plein la voile! fais porter! laisse 

courir! dene au vent! 
cannelure, mandrin. 

moule de dessous. 



cannelure, gouttiere. 
chasse. 



fulminate. 

fulminate de mercure, mercure ful- 
minant, mercure de Howard. 

fulminate argentique, fulminate d'o- 

xyde d'argent. 

fulminant, poudre fulminante. 
amorce depoudre fulminante, amorce 

fulminante. 



fumiger, purifier, parfumer. 
parfumer les entreponts d'un vais- 
seau. 



Diotu. 

ptreara 
noJiHoe. 
xaHi 

mo CTOJUII. 



onopnaa 
, meHKa uaja, iipn.ui in,, 



napyca xopo- 



BucoKaa Boja, fajBaroiuaa 
HOBOJiynifi H noiHo^ynifi; no 
MOpCKn roBOpBica Kpnmnm* o 

MOpCKOMl npHJUIBt, KOr^a OHT. 

AOCTHraeTi HaH6oai>inaro 
inema; noveeh KT> 
osHa^iaeTi 6ojij.moft 
upn 

; coBepmen- 



BT> cauyio cpexuny Kopnyca cy^na. 



(10 10 12 pyM6oBi>). * 
omo HanoJiHCHHue napyca. 



na 

nofi cayzEfit. 

CocTOflTb Ha a4ficTBnTejii.Hoft cays- 
6i, noayiari noaniiA 
nojfloe coxepsame. 
Ha UOJHOMI 

KOM- 



BucoKaa 



cay6a. 



POCTX, HanOo.tLniaa BCJIH- 



Cyino, narpyaseiiHoe EHJOTI, ^o UHM- 

COBl. 

Hapyca nanojiininj. 
Jl,opa;ii lie Kpyro, ^roCn napyca 
xopomo croajm! 



CEiaxnoH 4>opwu. 



npofiofinuKx; 



owict 

, FoBap^OBa piyrt. 



OKHCB cepefipa, rpe- 

iiyiee cepe6po. 

iii nopoxi. 

y^apiiUM npiiBOAi HJIH y^ap- 
cnocotft cooCmenia orna sa- 



Bosjyxt 
KypaiB BI najy(5axi. 



Fumigate. 



237 



Furnace. 



8896. fumigate with sulphur match. 
8897 Fumigation, s. 
8898. fumigation lamp. 



8899. FumlvoroiiM, adj. 

8900. Funeral, s. 

8901. funeral honors. 

8902. military funeral. 

8903. Fungus (on wood), s 

8904. Funicular, adj. 

8905. funicular machine. 

8906. Funnel, s 



funnel for filling cartridges. 
V. cartridge. 

890*7. funnel-hole of a mould, 
techn . 

8908. neck of the funnel, techn. 

8909. funnel-pipe, techn. 

8910. funnel-plate, techn. 

8911. funnel-shaped or funnel 
form, techn. 

8912. funnel shrouds. 

8913. funnel stays. 
8911. funnel step. 

8915. Funny, s. 

8916. Fur, s. 



8917. rur, v. a. 



8918. Furbish, v. a., techn. 

8919. Furblsher, s., techn. 

.lii'au 7,. can ul 
, 

8920. Furcate, adj., techn. 

8921. Furl, v. a. 



8922. to fun by main force. 



8923. Furled sails. 

8924. Furling, S. 

8925. furling in a body. 



8926. furling line. 

8927. Furlong, s. 

8928. Furlough, S. 

yTn .fXHa^n-jrjyiKWi -rt.r. .iJ-aD 

8929. application for a furlough. 

8930. to give a furlough. 



man on furlough. 

to recall from furlough. 



8933. Furnace, s., techn. 

assay furnace V assay. 
balling or mill or reheating 
furnace. \. balling. 



mecher. 

fumigation, disinfection. 

lampe b fumiger et purifier 1'air, 

employee particulierement sur 

les vaisseaux-hopitaux. 

fumivore. 

funerailles. obseques, enterrement. 

glais mililaire. 

enterrement militaire ou avec hon- 

neurs militaires. 
champignon, excroissance. 
funiculaire. 
machine funiculaire. 
entonnoir, tuyau; hotte, godet; event; 

manteau de chemine'e; trou. 



godet, ouverture de moule. 

gorge de 1'entonnoir. 
conduit en entonnoir. 
t61e a tuyaux. 
en entonnoir. 

haubans de cheminee. 
elais de cheminee. 
bas du tuyau de la cheminee. 
petit bateau, canot. 
fourrure, soufflage, rombaillot, in- 
crustation. 

fourrer, doubler, garnir d'uue four- 
rure, souffler charger, empater, 
s'incruster. 



fourbir, polir, eclaircir, aiguiser. 
fourbisseur. 



fourchu. 

ferler, serrer, plier, ployer, saquer, 

mettre les voiles dedans, desap- 

pareiller. 
etr angler une voile. 

' 



les voiles serrees. 

ferlage. 

ferlage de huniep^'i'l'-fl 



raban de ferlage, garcette h ferler. 
demi-vergee, stade, furlong, 
conge, permission, cartouche, pas- 

seport, feuille, semestre. 
demande de permission temporaire. 
donner, accorder un conge. 

semestrier, permissionnaire, soldat 
en cong6, en permission. 

rappeler, faire rentrer les soldats 
en permission, en conge. 

fourneau, fournaise, foyer, four. 



KypiiTB 

Kypeuie, OKypnnaHie. 

JiaMim, ynoTpefijiaeMHH 
OKypiiBama n onmaeHia 
npeHMymecTDcnno na 
cyjaxi. 



IIcrpeCeHie, noxoponu. 
HorpedajtHaa noiecTb. 
DorpeCenie ci BoennuMH nonecTaun. 



Hapocii Ha 



Mamnna. 
BopoiiKa, ipy6a; 

, OTAyraima; Kosyxi, 



BopOHKa, CKB03B KOTOpyK) (})OpMa 

HanoJiHaeTca M 
IDeiiKa BOPOHKH. 



tpy6a. 

JIncTOBoe aseafoo pa ipy6i. 
BoponKOo6pa3HHii. 



BaHTH y JHMOBOH Tpy6H. 

Illiarn y KHMOBOH Tpy6H. 
Hnatnaa nacib flHMOBoft ipy6u. 



, ^ana sa EaKyro JiH6o 
ocajoKi BI> 

KOTJiaXi. 

, KJieTHeBaxB ; KJiacii, 
HOT Mail na KaHaxi; 
KI KaKoft an6o ae- 
peBanHoft mTyKi Bcanaro poja 
naKH HJH HaffkiKii; HaKnnaib, 
ocaatjaifcca. 

nouipoBaTB, craaaHBaTB, TO^HTB. 
UlnaatHHft HJIH ca6ejBHHH 



H noanpOBKOK) opymfl. 



y6npaTB, KptnHTB -napyca. 

MOTHO KI> pet, 
ropAeHcft HJH ra- 

TOBOBl. 

3aKptnJieHHHe napyca. 
Kptn-ieme napycoBt. 
Kptnaenie Mapceia ci> ociasjieHieMT. 
Bcefi M8KOTH napyca no Tony 



06HOCHU6 CC3HH, pefi-Ce3HH 

BoctMaa naciB anrjiifioKofi 



Hpocb6a 06^ 
yBOJiHTb BI oinycKi, pasptmnTi. 
oinycKi. 

HJIH MaTpoct, Haxo^amific r 
OTnycKy. 

npH^UBaib na cjya;6y 
nnamnxt IBHOB'B, 
Bt! oxnycKy. 
ELeiB, Tonsa. 

X- '.Mdu'jl .,.;" i 

' 1 '' '.''JV, < - Jjf1- 



Furnace. 



238 



Furnace. 



furnace-bar. V. bar. 

belly of a furnace. V. 

belly. 

blast furnace. V. blast. 

to blow out, draw or stop 
the furnace. V. blow and 
draw. 

8934. bosh or upper part of the 
lower pyramid of a fur- 
nace (v. also bosh.). 
bottom of a furnace. V. 
bottom. 

Calcar furnace calcining 
furnaee, calciner. V. cal- 
car. 

8935. cementing furnace, blister- 
steel furnace, techn. 

to charge a furnace V. 
charge. 

8936. charging or feeding a fur- 
nace. 

8937. furnace cinder. 

8938. crucible Or pot furnace, 
techn. 

8939. crust of iron in the fur- 
nace, techn. 

8940. cupelling furnace, techn. 

8941. dam-stone or plate of a fur- 
nace, techn 

8942. driving, trim or working 
state of a furnace, techn. 

8943. fagotted-iron furnace, techn. 

8944. (o feed or serve a furnace, 
techn. 

8945. furnace-filler, techn. 

8946. filling place, mouth or top 
of a furnace, lechn. 

8941. furnace-firehole, techn. 

8948. furnace-fireplace or hearth, 
techn. 

8949. first charge of a blast fur- 
nace, techn. 

8950. flat arch of a reverberator y 
furnace, Icrtin. 

8951. flowing furnace, techn. 

8952. furnace-flue, techn. 



8953. flue of a reverberatory fur- 
nace, techn. 

8954. furnace for first refining, 
techn. 

8955. furnace for cylinder boi- 
lers, lechn. 

8956. half high furnace, techn. 



8957. furnace-hammer, techn. 

8958. hearth or interior of a smel- 
ting furnace, techn. 

8959. to heat the furnace, techn. 

8960. high-furnace, techn. 
8960 s hot-shot furnace, art. 



etalage, bosses. 



fourneau de cementation. 



chargement de haul fourneau. 

scorie de forge, 
fournaeu a creuset. 

bete. 



fourneau de liquation, de coupelle, 

fourneau docimastique. 
dame. 

allure, marche du fourneau, marche 

reguliere. 
fourneau pour traitor la ferraille. 

charger le fourneau. 

chargeur. 

gueulard. 

chauffe. 
toquerie, tympe 

premiere charge. 



calotte. 

fourneau a fonte ou a fusion, 
event, soupirail. 

rampant, echappement. 
mazer ie. 

fourneau a chaudieres. 
demi-haut fourneau. 

marteau a petrir le foyer. 

ouvrage. 

fumer, preparer le fourneau. 

haul fourneau. 

fourneau a rougir les boulets. 



3aujieinKii, coe^HHflKiiu'e ropni 
IICHH ci> iiiaxxoio. 



, FJVE npOU3BOJI,UTCa 

uaiiie cxajn. 



Bcbinauie KajomH BI> 
neib. 

1 1 i.iiim>, OKn.iiiiiii, liKii tii)Kii 
TiirejbHaa neib. 



(rjiu6n ateaisHCxaro nyryua, 
ocxaroiiu'aca na jini ropnoBi no 

flOMeHHHXT> HC'iefl). 

, My({tejbnaa neub. 



new: 



nopori y 

BT, aoMeiinofl neiii. 

caapo'iHaa uent H 
Kealsa. 

TOIUHBO Bl IIC'III. 

PaOouifi, BChinawiniii Kajiorau BI> ^ 
nufi. 
neia. 



nepepaCoTini 



TonKa y nein. 

y AOMCHHOH nena. 



fl Kajioina, iiepsaa 
oxpaa?axejbHoii 



neib, jtoMna, narpanKa. 
, oxAymuaa JJIH npoxo^a 
; Tpy6a, npojiexii y caMO- 

neiefi. 

06mift pyKaBi AHMOBOHxpy6H, npo- 
xojfliuiH OJT> CMeHmux't cainojiyB- 
HUXT> neMefi. 

Boj'iba DCHB, capoji,yTHHH ropnt 
(AJIH nenocpejicxBeHHaro noGuna- 
Hia KCJitsa nsi pyA*)- 
Ile'ib AJIH uHjiHu^pH^ecKHxi KOT- 



IIo.iyAOMHa, ne'ib, 

HauCoate AJa BponiaBKu 

BUXT. pyfli- 
Kifi: jepeBaHHaa KoaoiyraKa 



B1> ILiaBIUiHOfi 

, pasorpifiaib 



Ileib wa naKajiHBaHia a^ept. 



Furnace. 



239 



Furring. 



8961. iron circle of the mouth of 
a blast furnace, leclm. 

8962. furnace keeper, teclin. 
89C3. lancet or pole for lapping a 

furnace, techn. 

8964. lining or skirt of a blast 
furnace, livlm. 

8965. loading gate of a furnace, 
techn. 

8966- low or reverbatory furnace, 
techn. 

8967. furnace-mouth, techn. 

8968. to open the furnace, techn. 

8969. outer stack or building of a 
furnace, techn. 

8970. furnace - poker or rake, 
techn. 

8971. puddling furnace, techn. 

8972. furnace-register, techn. 
reheating furnace vailing 

or mill furnace. V. low 
furnace, reverbatory fur- 
nace. 

8973. furnace-reservoir, techn. 
reverbatory furnace. V. low 
furnace. 

8974. furnace for roasting iron, 
techn. 

8975. second lining or casing of a 
furnace, techn. 

8976. to set the furnace to work, 
techn. 

8977. furnace -shaft, fire - room, 
tunnel, techn. 

8978. shot-furnace, art. 

8979. Side-slones of a furnace, 
techn.- 

smelting furnace, techn. 

smoke consuming furnace, 
techn. 

stopple or plug of a fur- 
nace, techn. 



8983. top or top-hole of a fur- 
nace, techn. 

8984. to top a furnace, techn. 

8985. furnace-tongs, techn. 

8986. top Of an iron furnace, 
techn. 

8987. wall round the top of a fur- 
nace >r tunnel-head, techn. 

8988. working of a furnace, techn. 

8989. Furnish, V. a. 

8990. Furniture, s. 



8991. furniture or mounting ot a 
musket, m. o. a. 

8992. Furred, part and adj. , lechn. 



8993. Furring, 



toque de gueulard. 

fondeur. 
perier. 

parois, mac.onr.erie de parement de 

la cuve. 
portiere. 

fourneau, four a reverbere, re"ver- 

bere. 
gueulard. 
faire la perc6e. 

manteau massif, double muraille- 

ment, chemise de fourneau. 
toqueur. 

four pudling, a pudler, four a r6- 

verbere. 
trappc, regislre. 



creuset. 

grille. 

chemise, fausse parois, contre-parois. 

mettre le fourneau en activite ou 

en feu. 
cuve, chemin^e. 

fourneau a rougir les boulets. 
costieres. 

haul fourneau, fourneau a loupe, 
fourneau fumivore. 

tampon, poire, serriere. 

.'i'iyoy nrsoijntsJ 4 $/-qu0i y;*e'j 

oeilj percee, trou de coulage. 
percer un fourneau. 

tenaille a creuset. 
guide-hors, gueulard. 

mur de bataille. 

roulement d'un fourneau. 

fournir, pourvoir, garnir; armer, 

6quiper. 
garniture, Equipage, 6quipement, 

appareil, ustensile, accessoires, 

ornements. 
garniture, piece de garniture d'un 

fusil 
fourr6, souffle, incruste\ 



soufflage ', doublage, renflement, 
fourrure. 



itpyn. y nojomniiKa jo- 
nein. 



KonLe, Koiepra ?.sn 

nunycitrraro oxaepcxia n% nem. 
crLiiu itnyxpH flojiennoii 

inaxTH. 
JI,Bepn,iJ[ jJfl saKJia^Kn Merajua BT, 

neib. 
OipaaiaTeabnaa neit. 



Tonna BT, ne^axt. 

O^KO, npoCnrt BT. nein 
oTBepcrie KJIH sunycKa 
HapysHaa crfena ne^n. 



Koicpra. 



neit; 



PerncrpT., BbroniKa, ypaBHHTeib THTK 
m, ne^n. 



no^i KpnTOaro ropna. 



fl npoKainBania 
crima JOUCHHOH 



neii, B^ iMcTBie, 

nyCTHTB BT, JO^l. 

Illaxia flosieHHOH nera. 



FopHOBue r. 



ropnx, BOJIIBH 
ne i it 



BOJT-B nan BTyjKa, ;ua 
BT> ne^axi, oxBepcriH, CKBOSB KO- 
Topoe nponsflo^HTca BunycKi MC- 



BunycKnoe O^KO JIJH oiBepcrie BI 
ns.n Bunycna MeraMa. 

IKO, npo6nTB BI ne<m 
OTsepcxie ps BunycKa 
BojBinia neinaa KaemH HJH 
KaaomnHKi. 



neinofi rpyji;H naj% ropnson- 
XOM-B ^fPMt. ' 
Pa6oxa, jtftcxBie netH. 

, cHa6a;aTB; soopyxaxB, 



YCopi, yKpamcnie; npn6opT,, cna- 
pafli,; npHna^JieatHOCXH; SKHIIH- 
pOBEa. 

PyatefiHBifl npno'op'E. 



, o6ep- 
; CT> oca^KOMi (roBopa o 

KOXli). 

a^tjitHBie noacjj, Koxoptie Kjasyrt 
HHorfla nosepxTj oCmHBHHX'B ^o- 
COKI, OKOJO rpysoflofi Baxepjn- 
nin; oSniHBKa; KjeieHB, ca 



Furring. 



... 240 



Fuse. 



8994. furring in the frame of a 
ship. 

8995. Furrow, s., techn. 



8996. furrow of a screw, techn. 

8997. Furrow, V. a. 

8998. Further, adj. 

8999. until further orders. 

9000. Further, V, a. 

9001. Further, adv. 
9002 Furtherance, S. 

9003. Fury of the tempest or storm. 

9004. Fuse, fusee or fuze, art. 

9005. batch of fuse, art. 

9006. Bickford's fuse, art 



fuse block. V. block. 
bore or hollow cylinder of 
a fuse. V. bore. 

9007. fuse-box, art. 



fuse-cap. V. cap. 

9008. to cap a fuae, art. 

9009. capping a fuse, art. 

9010. circle of paper placed in the 
ep over the priming, art. 

9011. collar of a fuse, art. 

9012. composition for fuses, art. 

9013. cup of a fu*e, art. - 

; : 

9014. cut-fuse, art. 

9015. to cut fuses for given ran- 
ges, art. 



9016. fuse-drawer or engine, art. 
9011. to drive a fuse, art. 

9018. driving a fuse, art. 

9019. empty fuse, art. 

9020. to fix the fuse, art. 

9021. fuse-gauge, art. 

head of a fuse. V. collar 
of a fuse. 

9022. hand-grenade fuse, art. 

9023. fuse-hole, art. 

9024. fuse-hole gauge, art. 

; .! f ' l^.i. ' .:>!! ftUlS.U/H 

9025. fuse-ladle, art. 



caillebotte. 



rainure, rayon, goujure, sillon, 
coulisse, gorge ou pas de vis, 
gouttiere, rigole. 

pas, rainure de vis. 

sillonner, rayer, rider, faire des ri- 
goles, des rainures, des coulisses. 

ulterieur, au-dela, plus eloigne. 

jusqu'a nouvel ordre. 

pousser, avancer, aider, assister, 
appuyer, servir. 

plus loin, plus avant, au-dela, de 
plus, encore, outre cela. 

avancement, progres, secours, as- 
sistance; aide, appui. 

furie, fureur de la tempete ou de 
1'orage. 

fusde. 

charge des fuse"es. 

fusee de Bickford. 



boite a fus6es. 



iim'J ,9* 



coiffer, bonneter une fus6e. 
bonnetage d'une fuse"e. 
rondelle en papier. 

canal, lumiere. 

composition a fusees. 

calice, godel. . 

fuse"e coup6e a la longueur voulue. 

couper la fusee a la longueur n6- 
cessaire (flxer la longueur de la 
fus6eafln qu'elle brule jusqu'a ce 
que le projectile soit arrive a la 
place destined). 

tire-fus6e. 

charger. 

chargement. 
fuse"e vide, 
enfoncer la fuse"e. 

calibre servant a v6rifier la con- 
centricite du canal des fus6es 
des projectiles creux. 



fusee a grenades, 
oeil, goulet de bombe. 
verificateur de 1'oeil. 



corn6e. 



Rax&oca na Knityio nn6yxi, ^epe- 
BHHyio raxyuy RHX ypaBHeiiia e>i 
c% ^pyniMH. 

eaofioKi , uanaiem. , BiaeMita , 
4ajiti;T>, 



, yrjiy6jeHie napfeK 

Tfc, MOpmHTfc, fl,tJiaTb BUCM- 



KH 



jo AaJifcHtiimaro npHKasa-. 
Hia. 
Cnocnl,mecxBOBaxi>, 



, cno- 

csepx-B xoro. 
CiiocntniecxBOBaHie , npeyciitanie, 
Cenptnocxb, peai, apocxt 6ypn. 

1IJ1H 



; xpy6Ea ci no- 
o6BHTaa cjioaeHofi 611- 
, H ofiMasaHHaa cnapyjKH 
; ona He racHCTi 



Kopo6i?a HJIH jajyHKa (at 
jlJia HOCKH rpanaTHiixi nan 6on- 
60BUX1, xpy6oKi H TpyOoia Kap- 
rpanari. 



6oM6ooyH) 



ByMaatntiii 

iia roaoBKy 6oM6oBoii Tpy6uH 

saroiOBKoft. 
FojOBKa, Bepxnaa OKoneiHOCTb ipy6- 

KH. 

rpanaTHiixt, 6on6oBHxi 



y rpanaiHuxi H 6on6o- 
BHXI jpy6oKi>. 
TpyfiKa, BtiCBepjiennaa OTHOCHTCJII>- 
HO flHCTanuin. 

, npopisHBaii, npn- 
rpauaxHHa H 6oM6oBtiH 
xpy6KH Ha HSflicxHyro 



HncxpyiaeHxi jaa. BuxacKHBaHia rpa- 
H 6oM6oBuxi xpyCoKi. 
rpaeaxnua H 



xpy6KH. 
Dycxaa HeHaGHtaH xpy6Ka. 
BcxaajiaxB, saronaxi. xpy6ny BT. O^BO 

rpanaxH HJH 6oM6u. 
HncxpyMenxi jjta KajrnCpOBRii ro- 

JIOBKH nycxofi, Hena6HxoJi xpyCKH. 



Tpy6Ka pyinoft rpanaxu. 
OIKO rpanaxti nzn 60M6H. 
HHCxpyuenxi> nzi noB-fepKH n 

CpOBKH CoM6oBaro HOT rpanai- 

naro oiua. 



Fuse. 



241 



Futtock. 



9026. fuse-mallet, art. 

9027. metal-fuse, art. 

9028. safety cap of the fuse, art. 



9029. screw metal fuse, art. 

9030. fuse setter, art. 

9031. fuse-socket, art. 

9032. spare-fuses, art. 

9033. solid part of a fuse or roc- 
ket, art. 

9034. spring of a fuse-drawer, 
art. 

9035. to stir the composition in 
the cap of a fuse. 

9036. fuse-tap, art. 

9037. time fuse, art. 

9038. to uncap a fuse, art. 

9039. water-cap of a fuse. art. 



9040. wood or metal of a fuse, 
art. 

9041. Fuse or fuze, v. a. and n. 

Fusee. Y. fuze, 

9042. Fusibility, s. 

9043. Fusible, adj. 

9044. fusible plug or plate, st. 
eng. 

9045. Fusing of shells, art 

9046. Fusion, s. 

9047. to come into a state of fu- 
sion, techn. 

9048. in fusion. 

9049. to promote the fusion, techn. 

9050. reduction by fusion, techn. 

9051. Fustic, s. bet: 



9052. 
9053. 
9054. 
9055. 
9t)56. 
9057. 
9058. 
9058 2 
9059. 



Futtock, s. 
first fut took. 
second futtock. 
third futtock. 
fourth futtock. 
fifth futtock. 
false futtock. 
ground fnttocks. 
fnttock holes. 



9060. lower futtock of a boat. 

9061. lower futtoeks of the tim- 
bers fore and aft. 

9062. futtock -plank. (Y. also tim- 
ber streak). 



maillet.chasse-fusee, chassoir. 

fusee en cuivre. 

canal de surete de la fusee. 



fusee m6tallique, qui se visse dans 

le projectile, 
chasse-fusee. 



creux du bloc. 

fusees ordinaires (de rechange). 

massif. 

maille de tire-fus6e. 

gratter la fusee. 

oeil d'obus. 

fus6e couple a la longueur voulue, 

conformement a la distance, 
decoiffer une fuse'e. 

couvercle de la fus6e pour la pre"- 
server d'etre eteinte parl'eau.en 
cas de ricochet. 

porte-feu. 

fondre, jeter en fonte, Iiqu6fier, 
operer la fusion, se fondre. 

fusibilit6. 
fusible, 
rondelle fusible. 

bonnetage de projectiles. 

fusion, fonte. 
entrer en fusion. 

fondu. 

mettre en fusion, fondre, lique"fier. 

inceration. 

fustil. 



genou, alonge, courbe, c&te". 

genou. 

premier alonge. 

second alonge. 

troisieme alonge. 

quatrieme alonge. 

alonge postiche. 

alonges, le plus pr6s de la quille. 

gambes de hune, haubans de re- 

vers, 
liure. 
genoux de revers. 

cours de bordage, bande du bor- 
dage inferieur. 



l.'ii.iui yiin;a flja nca;i;nnauia xpyCoiri. 

in, rpanaxH, 6on6u. 
MexauHiecKaa xpy6ua. 
Ilju:,v)xpitiiHT(Mi,Haa nonpuinKa na 

oojifionoii xpyOidi, :)aiuHiua*)iuaa 

CllO IIOCjf.SHWK) OTT> CHpOCTH H 

cjyiaiiHaro BociuaMeHeHhr. 
MexajuHiecitaa xpyCsa, BBHHqnBae- 
uaa in, O I IKO rpaunTia HJH CouOu. 
BOJOiyniRa ?,.ia BKOia- 
TpyOoKi DI, rpanaiu H 



ciyaa, ^yp6aHa, Byja 

rnji.au Rix 



cociaBt BipaKext. 

Bt HHCtpyMeHTB S-l BH- 

rpyuoKi. 

COCiaBt Bl TOJOBE'E 



cooxBtx- 



OIKO rpanaxH. 
Tpyfina, 

CXB6HHO 

Cptsaxb njiacxupt ct 

MM 60M60BOft Xpy6KH. 

lloKpuiiiKa fljfl OoMOoBoii xpy6KH, 
npejoxpaHaiomaa ii.iaMa oxt no- 
xymeHia BO^OK) npn pHKomexaxi. 

Jl,epeBaHHHft HJH MexauuHHecKiii nop- 
xpy6KH. 

; IIJiaBHTl-CM. 



npo6Ka nsi jerKO- 
niaBKaro Mera.ua. 
Bcxau.ienie xpyfioKi B OHKO rpa- 

naru HJIH CkmGu. 
lljaiiiiii, n.iaiuenic. 
PacnjaBHitca, npajxH BT. 
cocxoanie. 



IIpOH3BOXHxi> 

lla.M'liHeiiic, npeupaiuenie 

$ycxHKi, HJIH ateaxaa 
KepeBO H3t po^a xyxoauxi, pac- 
xymec Bt CoJiLffleM Hacxn K)ffiHoii 
AuepiiKH, CoesHHeHHHxt Illxa- 
xaxi H Becxi-HHflia; OHO ynoxpeC- 
.latrrca ^ja OKpaiinniania IIT, ;I;PJI- 
Tuii uniiTi, a xaKxe IIT, MOsaHiuoK 
H cxoiapHofi paCoxi H y xonapefi. 



<|>yTOKCi. 



<j>yxoKCi. 



KI 



IIna;HHH CBH3B IIIJWIIKU. 

ie <J>yTOKCH. 



nasuBaioT'L HBor^a miiynxonuii 
noact BHyxpeHiieu ofiniHBKH, T. e. 
nepByn jocKy oxi KH-iteoa , 
16 



Futtock. 



242 



Gain. 



9063. futtoek-plate. 

9064. rider's futtock. 

9065. rider's first futtock. 

9066. rider's second futtoek. 

9067. fut took or foot- hook -shrouds. 

9068. futtock staff. 

futtock- timber. V. futtock. 

9069. upper futtock*. 
Fuze, fiizee. V fuse. 



lande, latte de hune. 

genou, alonge de porque. 

genou, alonge. 

premier alonge de porque. 

gambes de hune, haubans de re- 

vers. 
bastet, quenouilletle de haubans 

ou de tr&ingage. 

alonges. 



(j)yTOKCOBl. 

MapcoBue Baim,-nyTHHCU. 



BTopoft 
ITyTnuc 

BopOTi pa mBHivt-capneueii. 






9070. Gab, s. 

9071. gab-lever, St. eng. 
907-2. gab-pin, St. eng. 
9073. Gabar't or gabbard, s. 






907 i. .aba*- s. C. 

'' $i>." 

907 S. Gable, s., techn. 

9076. Gad, s., lechn. 

9077. Gaff, s. 

cheeks of a gaff. V. cheek. 

9078. gaff-halyard. 

9079. jaw or throat of the gaff. 

9080. jaw-ropes of the gair. V. 
rope 

9081. gaff-topsail. 

9082. Gag, s. , techn. 



fiag, v. a., techn. 
Gage. V. gauge. 
Gage, v. a. 



9083. 
9084. 
8085. Gain, s , techn. 



encoche. 

levier da liroir. 

boulon de manivelle du tiroir. 

gabare, barque de charge; d&iomi- 

nation locale du martinet; une 

espece de grue. 



gabasse: sorte de navire de com- 
merce employe dans le Nord de 
1'Europe. 

pignon. 

stilet, burin, barre defer, morceau 

d'acier. 
pic, vergue a corne, gafle, harpon, 

croc de fcr. 

drisse d'un pic, martinet, drisse 

d'une corne. 
croissant de pic on de gui. 



voile a pic, fleche en cul. 
baillon, inordache, chandelle 
1 martinet, 
baillonner. 



de 



engager, entrainer; mesurer, jau- 

ger. 
mortaise, entaille.entaillure, avance, 

gain, profit, benefice. 



3apy6na, 

Puian. 30.iOTHiiKa, 
ITajieui. MOTtuiH y 
1) r<t6apa, jjHHiioe, y3Koe, n.ioc- 
rpyaOBoe cy^no, JIHX- 

CT. jnOKOMT,, IIOHTH BO BCK) 



^Bt onyciniLifl 
npoxo^a no^i> MOCTU; 
aaexca npemiymecTBeHHO BI, pt 
itaxi ii Kaaajiaxi. 2) flupuKs 
x, MtcxHOft HasBanie. 3) K03 

po^i ispana ci Tpeiia noraMH 

ii:!B'!iiimnanifi 



HJH HarpyajaeMbixi 

Fafiaci, KynenecKoe cy^no, ynoT- 

TpeC.iflenoe BX CtBepHofi Esponii. 



LU,nneii,i, KOHCKI, 
xpe6en. ispufflH. 

3y6njio; KOHHHKI, 
npyxi, 



noaoca, 



a, iiaTKa y ra<fejiH. 



no^nopKa 
MOJIOTOMX. 



XBOCTOBHMI 



; BUHrptiint, npa- 
npio6ptTeHie, 



Gale. 



243 



Galley. 



9086. daily gain 

9087. Gain, v. a. 



3088. to gain ground. 

9089. to gain the wind of a ship. 

9090. Gale, s. 

9091. equinoctial gale*. 

9092. fainting gale. 

9093. fresh gale. 

9094. gentle gale. 

gusty gale. V. gusty. 

9095. hard, heavy gale. 

9096. loom or light 



9097. severe gale. 

9098. steady gale. 

9099. stiff gale. 

9100. strong gale. 

9101. top gallant gale. 

9102. violent gale from seeward. 

9103. Gale away, v. n. 



9104. Galeas or galeass. 

9105. Galena, s., cli. 

(Ph. S.) 

9106. Gallot or galliot, s. 

9107. Chinese gallot. 

9108. Gall-oak, s., hot (quercus 
robur). 

9109. GaFl, v. n. 

9! 10. Galled, part and adj. 
9111. Galleon, s. 



9112. Gallery, s. 

9113. false gallery, painted gal- 
lery, painted badge. (V. 
also badge). 

gallery- ladder. V. ladder. 
91 li. lower gallery, lower side 
gallery. 

9115. lower finishing of a quarter- 
gallery. 

9116. quarter-gallery. 

9117. asaiiery-rim. 

9118. gallery sheeting. 

9119. top sheeting of a gallery. 

9120. stern-gallery or balcony. 

9121. Galley, s 

9122. admiral's galley. 



9123. apron of a galley. 

9124. bend or wale of a galley. 



avance diurne. 

gagner, remporter, clever. 



gagner de 1'avant. 

gagner le vent d'un vaisseau. 

brise, vent frais. 

tempetes equinoctiales. 

vent mou ou qui mollit. 

vent, bon frais, bonne brise. 

joli frais, petit vent frais, petit frais. 

grand frais. 

petit vent frais. petit frais, vent 

sur 1'eau. 

survente. 

vent fait ou etale. 
brise carabinee, vent force, grand 

frais.- 

forte brise, vent force, gros vent '. 
temps a perroquet. 
tropee. 

s'en aller avec la poinle du vent, 
faire route avec un vent favo- 
rable. 

galeasse, gal6ace. 

galene, plomb sulfure, sulfure de 
plomb 

galiote. 

panoure. 

robre, roure, rouvre. 

erailler, s'erailler, s'echauffer, se 

Vaguer; fouler, piquer. 
eraille, rague, echaufle, blesse. 

pique, froisse, foule. 
galion. 



galerie, galem de poupe, balcon, 

sardin. 
fausse galerie. 



bouteilles. 

cul de lampe de bouteille. 

clavecins de la gallerie, jardin d'a- 
mour. 

moulure de la galerie de la bou- 
teille. 

coflrage, planches. 

planches de ciel. 

galerie, galerie de poupe. 

galere, londre, vaisseau de has 
bord; cuisine, coqueron, fougon. 

capitane. 



contre-rode de proue. 
rambade, rambarde. 



, npio6ptTaTi> > 
(iro6tjiy), aocrnraT*, 
npesocxoflHTj.. 

Bnepejii. 

Bii'repT. y i;opa6j. 
ift, Kpiinpifi Btxepi, nrropMi. 
raropMu. 



MapceJibHbift ci O^HHMT> 



6paMceJi)HHii 



BecbMa 



Mapce.ibHHfi 



PoBHbiii 



BecbMa cH.ibHbjft 
BpaMce.ibHbitt 

CBtatifi Btiepi. jiyromitt ci. uopji HI 
6epery. 

c'f> CjiaronojyiHHMT) BtipOMi.. 

-'^1 .fiBlG 
Tajeaci H.IH rajiMCi. 

(ctpHIICTbJH CBH- 



ra.iBOTi: Co.ibffloe ro.i-iaHjcKoe cyj- 

HO. 

KHTaficKifi ra.ibOTi. 

He BbicOKaa <n HC O^CHI. npaMaa 

nopojia jiy6a. 
tlporepeTbca, nospesHTbca, icpeTb- 

ca, nepexepeTbca. 
UpoTepTbifi, HcnopqeflHbiS OTI, ipe- 



npeainee HasBane ync- 
rpex-b n 
HJJXI Kopaojefi ; 

HOJt 3TIIMI C.10BOM7, nOHHMa.I 

fiojitmia Ryne^ecKia cyja, K 
ncnaHii;bi oTnpaB.i/um B* 
ajiKOHi, Bt Kopjii cy^Ha; K 
rajuepea. 



PaKOBHHa. 



paKOBHHH. 

. 



OoiHHBKa paKOBHHH. 

BepxHaa o6raBBKa paKOBHHH. 
EajiKOHi) BI> Kopjit cyjjHa. 
Duepa; Kyxna na BoenHMxi. nopa6 

jaxi. 
Ta^epa, na Koxoppft naxojH.ica 

na'iajibHHKi' BCKa^pw; npeTopian- 

CKaa rajepa. 

<I>ajii-CTeMi), cxeucoHi, y raJiepw. 
ILiaTiJopMa BT, HOCoBoft MaciH ra- 

Jiepbi, rji cTaBHJTHCb JHO^H BO 

6HTBH, 3.1 

opyatia. 



Galley. 



244 



Callow. 



9125. galley-boat, 
galley-cable. V. cable. 

9126. galley clerk. 

9127. course of a galley. 

9128. double banked galley. 



9129. gal ley- foist. 

9130. galley forecastle. 

9131. galley foremast. 

9132. half galley. 

9133. kind of galley. 

9134. large mainsail of a galley. 

9135. lowest rail or riband of a 
galley. 

9136. galley lug sail. 



9137. galley-officer in charge of 
slaves. 

platform of the fore castle 
of a galley. V. bend or 
wale of a galley. 

9138. poop-awning-rails of a gal- 
ley. 

9139. portion of a galley set apart 
for the slaves. 

91 10. press-galley. 



9141. quarter-galley. 

9142. row-galley. 

9143. royal galley. 

9144. second or lieutenant gene- 
ral's galley. 

9145. galley-sergeant. 

9146. galley-sergeant's assistant. 

9147. galley shrouds (or of any 
lateen vessel). 

9148. galley-slave. 

9149. square stern galley. 

9150. strokeman or strokeoar of a 
galley. 

9151. three banked galley. 

9152. galley top-sail. 

9153. water-ways of a galley. 

9154. Galling, s. 

9155. Galling, adj. 

9156. galling fire, art. 
Galliot. V. BII lot 

9157. Gallipot, s. 

9158. Galllvat, s. 

9159. Gallon, S. 



9160. Galloon. 

6161.' to bird with galloon. 

9162. Galloping boil, st. eng. 

Gallows-bitts. V. !. 

Gaiiow-slanchions. V. gal 

low-bwt*. 



caique. 

mousse de paillot. 

vogue. 

bireme. 



vaisseau de parade, 
tabourin. 

mat, arbre de trinquet. 
galiote, demi-galere. 
uste. 

bourde, marabout, 
voltiglole, cordon de massane. 

voile de fortune, tre"on. 



come, comite. 



pertegues . 
tallard. 

nom donne en Anglelerre aux em 
barcations, sur lesquelles etaient 
montes les hommes charges de 
la presse des matelols. 

quart de galere; galiole Barbares- 
que. 

galere a rames. 

galere rale. 

patronne. 

argousin. 

sous-argousin. 

coustieres, couladoux, sartis, sartie. 

formal, galerien, nomine condamne 

aux galeres. 
batardelle. 
vogue-avant. ' 

trireme. 

trinquelin. 
trinquerin. 
ecorchure, eraillure. 

piquant, mordant, blessant, incom- 
mode, 
feu bien meurtrier et bien nourri. 

pot de faience. 

petit bailment de Malabar. 

volume conlenant 4 a 5 litres a peu 
pres. 

galon. 

galonner, border de galons. 

ebullition tumullueuse. 



nuiiKa, 

Incapt Ha rajepi. 
rpe6jia, xoflt noji 

peMa: rajiepa ci flBVMa pa^aim 

BeceaT> Ha KajKflofi ciopoHt, fpyxb- 

apycHaa rajiepa. 

paflHaa raaepa. 
Bant ea raaept, <J)OpitacTejib.' 

naiia ua raaept. 
Ilojiyraiepa. 

CrapuHHoe cyflHo, poji;i rajiepu. 
I'x i.i MII oii iiapyci, ra.iepw. 
Huauus pu6iina Ha rajiepi. 

T IeTHpexyroJU>HHS napyci., HO.T.UH- 
na rajiept, BI> CB%XIH 
Biitcxo Kocaro napyca. 



KOMHTI; o(Jnuepi., 

Ha raaept 



* noaocKH noueperi> KOPMH ra- 
jepu pa yTBepK^eni 

MtCTO, Tftk H6BOJIBHHKH 

Ha rajept jwa rpefiju. 
llaiinaiiic rpe^HBixi cy^OBT. B'b 6 H 
8 Becen, ynorpeojiaeMUXT) BT. 
Aiir.iin naonpaioimiiJH nacn.ii.Ho 

MaipOCOBl. 

Miuaa rajiepa; BapaapiucKan ra.iepa. 



a ra.ippa ci 6 H 8 
KopojeBCKaa rajepa. 
FaJiepa M.iajmaro 



CMOTPHTCJII. aa rajiepHHMH upeciyn- 
aasaaa. 

IIoMomHHKT> CMorpHieja 'j& rajep- 

HUMH iipocryniuiKaMH. 
FajepHHfl 



Maipoci., cocjaHHuft na 
ra^epu. 

Faaepa c?> leTHpeyrojbHoio 
3arpe6Hofi Ha rajiept. 



Tpapeiia: rajepa ci> rpenz 



ronceiB. 
BaTepi-Befici y raiepu. 
DpoTHpanie, pacTHpanie, 



Henpiainaft, ocKop6meJii>HHH. 
Xopoino nowepaiaHHaa najii.6a. 



ropraoKi. 

, He6oju>moe cy^no y Ma- 
ia6apcKaro 6epera. 

(npnfijiHSHTCJibHO 3 nno4>a); 
. <J>yn> BO^H=5, 



FaayHi. 
06mHTfc 

CitJHioe 



Callow. 



245 



Gap. 



9163. Gallows-top. 



916i. Galvanic, adj. 

9165. galvanic apparatus. 

galvanic battery. V. bat- 
tery. 

9166. galvanic or voltaic electricity. 

9167. galvanic or voltaic pile. 

9168. galvanic trough. 
9168 2 Galvanism, s. 

9169. blasting or firing by means 
of galvanism. 

9170. Galvanize, v. a. 

9171. Galvanized iron. 

9172. Galvanomagnetlsm, s. 

9173. Galvanometer, s. 

917 4. Gammon. 

9175. gammon-knee. 



9176. gammon-plate. 

9177. gammon-shackle. 

9178. Gammoning, s. (of the 
bowsprit). 

9179. gammoning hole. 

9180. screw-gammoning. 

9181. Gang, s. 



9182. gang -board. 

9183. gang-casks. 

9184. gang or crew of a galley. 

9185. to haul in the gang-board. 

9186. gang-leader. 

9187 press-gang. 

9187'^ to put out the gang-board. 

9188. to ship the gang-board. 

9189. steps or cleats of the gang 
way. 

9190. gangway. 



9191. to bring to the gangway. 

9192. gangway in the. hold. 

9193. gangway of the orlop. 

9194. Ganger, s. 

9193. Ganister: silicious stone 
used in casting steel for li- 
ning the converting vessel. 

<. an t line V. glrtllne. 

9196. Gantlope or gantlet. 

9197. to run the gantlet. 

9198. Gaol, & 

9199. Gap, s. 



coussinet, traversine de la potence. 



voltaique, galvanique. 
appareil galvanique. 



clectricite galvanique ou voltaique. 
pile galvanique ou voltaique. 
auge d'un appareil galvanique. 
galvanisme, voltaisme. 
inflammation par I'etincelle electri- 

que ou par 1'emploi de I'eleclri- 

cite. 

alvaniser. 
fer galvanise, fer zingue. 

galvano-magnetisme. 
galvanometre, galvanoscope. 
faire des liures de beaupre. 
courbe en bois boulonne a 1'e- 
trave au-dessous du beaupre. 

plaque en fer, boulonne a 1'e- 

trave. 
cosse ou anneau triangulaire pour 

la liure du beaupre. 
liure du beaupre (en le souquant 

al'eperon). 
oeil des liures du beaupre, trou 

pour le passage de la liure. 
liure du beaupre au moyen devis. 
troupe, brigade, detachement de 

matelots, atelier, escouade d'ou- 

vriers, matrice, gangue. 



planche k debarquer, passe-avant. 
grands tonneaux pour le transport 

de 1'eau. 
chiourme. 

tirer, lever la planche. 
chef de bande, de troupe. 

presse, escouade armee pour faire 
des levees forcees de matelots. 
mettre la planche. 
tirer, lever la planche. 
echelons, taquets d'echelle. 

passe-avant, passage etroit, echelle 
hors le bord, corridor, embelle, 
couloir. 

punir les matelots. 

passage entre les chambres et le 
soutes. 

galerie de la cale ou du faux pont. 

chef d'atelier, d'escouade d'ouvriers 

pierre silicieuse, employee pour 
planir les creusets durant le pro- 
cede de la fonte de 1'acier. 

bouline, baguettes, verges 

parser par les baguettes, par les 

verges, courir la bouline. 
prison, geole, chartre, conciergerie. 
ouverture, fente, vide, lacune, re- 

nard, crevasse, breche, trou, 

trouee; baie, entree; passage, 

dent, jour; lezarde. 



Jl,cpeBaHHaa noflymKa, Haca/KHBae- 
Maa mmiaMH na pocxepnue 6- 
xeiiBru (rajiauci., (mxenjbnij. 



i\i iipiitfopT. HJIU auna- 



paxi.. 



iii IUIH BOJTOBI ctoi6'b. 



ra.iBaHH3iipoBaHHoe, 
atao. 



Bocii.iaMeHeme HJII B3piJBi> nocpej- 
CTBOMI 
CKaro 



se- 



JI,epeBaHHaa KHima, upmtpiiueHHaa 

60JTaMn KT. ^OpMTeBHK) HiCKOJB- 

KO Hiiaie 6yranpiiTa. 



TpeyrojtHLifi Koymi, 



Jl,upa 



ByjiHHroBi>. 



, apiejit Jiaipo- 

COBt, npHCTaBJGHHHXl KT. KaKOH- 

pa6oTE; KOMae^a, aprejib 
oniimc, mafiKa; 
nopoda, Mamxa 



6oqKH, ^ja npn- 

Bosa BO^H HE cy^Ho. 
KoMaH^a Ha rajepi. 
CHHTB CXOJHH). 
Haia.ii.HnKt oxpaja , nefiojumoft 

KOMaHAH, apiejin, mafiKn. 
Boopyatenuaa KOMan^a AM Haciuii.- 

cxBCHHaro Ha6opa MaxpocoBi. 
IIoaoa;nxi. 
Y6paxB 
CxyncHH, npnSiiBaeMHH KI 6opxy, 

cHapyatii cy^na, BMtcxo xpaiia. 
IIlKa^yxi. H Boo6me ysKifi 

cxyneHii no Sopxy. 



MaipocoBi. y 
npoxoji. BI 



KoppHji,opj. na 

Jiacxepcitofi; 
cxapinnna, 
KpenHHCxtiu KaMCHB, ynoxpefijiae- 

MBlfi npH OXJHBKt CX8JH JJJ3 Btl- 

xnrjeft. 



nponycKi, 
; nponycni, 



CKBOSB cxpoft. 

IIpOHXH CKB03B CTpo'fi. 



OxBepcxie, 
xpeimiHa, 6pcmB, 



Gape. 



246 



Gas. 



9200. Gape, v. a. and n. 

Garbel, V. Rnrbonrd. 

9201. Garboard or garbel, ,-. 

9202. garboard strake or streak 



9203. Garland, s. 

9204. Shot-garland. 
9203. Garnet, s. 

clew-garnet. V. clew. 

9206 . garnet or crosstailed hinge. 

9207. Garnish, s. 

garnish-bolt. V. bolt. 

9208. garnish plate, art. 

9209. upper garnish-plate, art. 



9210. Garnl.tlicr, S., in. 0. a. 



9211. Garnishment of the hul- 

end., in. o. a. 
9212i Garnishment of a hammer, 

techn. 
9213. Garoo-Kiih, s, 

921 f. Garrison, s. 

9215. garrison-artillery, art. 

9216. to be in garrison. 

9217. garrison-carriage, art. 

9218. change of garrison or quar- 
ters. 

9219. commandant of, or officer 
commanding the garrison. 

9220. garrison duty. 

9221. garrison or fort adjudant. 

9222. garrison-guard. 

9223. garrison-gun. 

9224. garrison-orders. 

9225. garrison-staff. 

9226. to Starve OUt a garrison. 



9227. garrison-town 

9228. 

9229. 



garrison or veteran batta- 
lion, 
to withdraw the garrison. 



923 J. 

9231. 

9232. 

a) 



Garters (iron). 
Gas, s. 

gas burner, lechn. 
the bal's wing. 



b) the cock's spur. 

9223. gas-fitter,, techn. 

gas-holder. V. gasometer. 

9234. gas-governor, techn. 

9235. gas-lamp, or gasalier, lechn, 



dejoindre, se fendre, s'ouvrir, se 
fracasser. 

gabord. 

virure de gabord, ribord. 



guirlande, filet pour tenir les effets 

el provisions, equipet. 
parquet a boulets, epitie. 
bredindin, minahouet. 



gond, penlur'e en T, te, te simple, 
ornement, embellissement, decora- 
tion. 

contre-heurtoir. 

recouvrement de talus de flasque. 

garnisseur. 

plaque de couche. 
br6e. 

caboteur arabe du golfe Persique, 

garoo-kuh 

garnison, place forte ou de guerre, 
artillerie de place. 
6tre en garnison. 
afful de place, 
changemenl de garnison. 

commandanl de place. 

service dans les places, service de 

garnison. 
adjutant dc place, 
garde de garnison, de place, 
canon de place, 
ordre de la place, ordre du jour 

pour la garnison. 
etal major de la place. 

affamer une place. 

ville de garnison. 

bataillon de garnison, de veterans . 

degarnir une place, decouvrir une 

forteresse. 
has de soie. 
gaz. 

bee de gaz. 
bee de la forme de 1'aile d'une 

chauve-souris. 
bee de la forme d'un eperon de coq. 

gazier. 

regulateur au gaz. 

lampe alimentee par du gaz. 



PaSOfiTHCb, OTBOpHTfcCa; OTBOpHTb. 
JJOCKa OOfflHBKH B03Jlt 



KHJIfl. 

uoacv, uepBufi 

cy^na, BOSJTB KH.IH, 
BO BCK> ,nraa ero. 



Bhirpysini H 



newa BI Bojt. 



HoKepi, ynopi, ynopHUft 6pyci> 

HaCTH-lKH, DJiaTfl'OpMH . 

HOH DOJOCU, noKpuBan)- 
m,aa iy ^acib craHwnM, Koropaa 
nepejiOMOMi H 



CTBo.io6TAtJioBaTe.ii.mHKi (opysefi- 

HHKt, 0(5pt3UBaKmift CTBOJIl JO 

IJHHU, npocBepiH- 
ift aaipanKy H np.). 
npiifiopi. 



o6ofiMa 



Fapo-Ky. Ka6oTaHoe apaBificKoe 

CVflHO Bl IlepCHICKOMl 



KpinoCTnaa apTHJiiepia. 
CocToaTt 
KptnocTnoti Ji 

CTOaHKH rapHHSOHOMl. 



KptiiocTH, 
rapHHsona. 



KptnocTHoe opy^ie. 

no KptnocTH. 



KpinocTHoft mia6i; rapHH30HHUft 



n nptnocTi. ^o KpatinocTH, 
ro^o^a; BHMOPHTI, rap- 

HII30HI FOJOJIOMI.. 

KptnocTHOH ropojii, ropo^i 3ana- 

Tilft 



BBIBCCTH rapHHSOHt vzi npinocTH. 



lasi. 



poatoKi BI BH^ 

MUfflH. 

poaJOKi Bt BHat nttyniteH 
ninopH. 
CHa6aiajoin,ift rasoBufi pesepsyap*. 



peryjaTopi.. 

jauna, rasoBKin POXOBI. 



Gas. 



247 



Gauge. 



9236. gas-light. 

9237. son-lighting. 

9238. gasmeter, slatioumeter. 

9239. gas-moderator. 

9240. gas-pipe. 

1) the bridge-pipe. 

2) the dip-pipe. 

3) the stand-pipe. 

9241. gas puddling. 

9242. gas-work. 

9243. Gash, s. 

9244. Gash, v. a. 

9245. Gasket, s. 

breast-gasket. V. breast. 
bunt-gasket. V. bunt. 
eye-gasket. Y- eye. 

9246. gasket of a galley sail,. 

9247. quarter gasket. 

9248. yard arm gaskets. 

9249. Gasometer, s. 

1) the inlet pipe. 

2) the outlet pipe. ' 

9250. Gate, s. 

9251. bell-mouth of the gate-hole. 

9252. gate-chamber. 

9253. dock-gate. 

9254. feeding gate of a furnace. 

9255. flood, sluice or water gate. 

9256. to have the sea gates open. 

9257. gate-hole or runner of a 
mould. 

9258. leaf of a gate. 

9259. lock-gate. 

9260. sea-gate. 

9261. gate or shelter, techn. 

9262. single leaved gate. 
9263... gate or sullage piece. 

9264. tide-gate. 

9265. two leaved gate. 

9266. Gather, v. a. and n. 



8267. to gather aft the jib sheet to 
haul iff The slack of it. 

9268. to gather on an another or 
to gather. 

9269. to gather on a ship. 

9270. to gather-way. 

9271. Gathering of the WingS of 

a chimney. 

Gatt, s. 

Gaub-line. Y. gob-line. 

9272. Gaiigo or gage, s. 



lumicre du gaz. 

eclairage par gaz. 

compleur au gaz. 

moderaleur a gaz. 

conduit, tuyau servant a conduire 

le gaz. 

luyau horizontal enlre le tuyau as- 
cendant et descendant, 
luyau descendant qui conduit au 

bord 
luyau vertical naissant a 1'ouver- 

ture de la retorte. 
puddlage au gaz. 
usine & gaz. 
balafre, estafilade, taillade, decou- 

sure. 
eslafllader, balafrer, taillader, lail- 

ler dans le vif. 
garcette, commande, raban de fer- 

lage. 



matafion. 

raban de hanche. 



garcettes de 'bouts de vergues. 

gazometre. 

tuyau par lequel le gaz est conduit 

au-dessus du niveau de 1'eau. 
tuyau par lequel le gaz est conduit 

dehors. 
porte, barriere, entree; lit de cou- 

rant. 

evasement du jet. 
renforcement, retraite. 
porte d'un bassin. 
ouverture d'un fourneau. 
vanne, bonde, langoir. 
6tre a 1'ouvert de la pleine mer. 
jet. 

vantail. 

porte d'ecluse. 

ouvert de la pleine mer. 

ecluse. 

barriere a un vanlail. 
masselotte. 

macree, ras de maree. 

barriere a deux vanlaux. 

cueillir, amasser, ramasser, ras- 
sembler, assembler, tirer; re- 
cueillir, choisir, s'assembler, se 
[assembler, s'attrouper, s'amas- 
ser. 

reprendre 1'ecoute du grand foe. 

manger le vent d'un autre vaisseau. 

gagner un vaisseau.. 
prendre de 1'air. 
basse par lie du tuyau. 

passage, canal. 

calibre, eprouvelle, jauge, echanlil- 
lon, trusquin, lunettejmanometre, 
tirant d'eau. 



FasoBoe 



cB-Bxi; CB^TT. on. rasa. 



peryjurropT., ypaBnuxejib 
xpyGa. 



mouas xpy6a 
H 
xpy6a. 



BepTHKaitnaa rpy6a, 

OTI oxBepciia pexopTti. 
IIyji;jiHHroBaHie nocpe,a,CTBOMfc rasa. 



Py6eu,T>, mpain, Ha 
UpopyCaTi.; ^tJiaTB py6eni). 
PenaHTt, 



na raaept. 
na leTBeprn pen, yno- 
TOJIBKO na 6oJi>raHX'i, 



HOKOBHC 

rasoMexp 
BnycKnaa 

BunycKHaa xpyOa. 

, Bopoia; npoxosi>. 



BnycKHoft KJiaiiant BT. nuiioaaxi. 
ycxyiit Bt mjiiosli #JIH Boport. 

JI,OKOB1JH BOpOTa. 

OxBepciie nein. 

Bopoia. "*: 

Bi>ixo,a,t BI. nope OTKPIJTHMI. 
BnycKHoe OKHO BI jmiefiHofi ijtop- 



UIJKSOBJJXT. BOpOTT,. 

Bopoxa. 

Bopoxa 
SanopKa, aa^epaiKa K& 

TCHL Bt flpyria (j)opjm. 
BOpOTa niJiosa. 

(H3JiHnieKi MB- 
npn jiHTti). 
Mtcxo, r^i cjKaioe 



Bopoia BT, 
Ha6npaTt , 
, c6Hpaxi>; 

coGnpaxtca , Ha6n- 
paxbca, naKon.iaxi.ca. 



fitxepi y cyjaa. 



cyjno. 

Bsaxb xoai, nofixir. t 
xpyCiu. 



Mlpa, KajHCpi; yKasHaa uipa; nep- 
raueHxnaa M-bpKa, 

Ha ^lOHMH II JHHili; 



Gauge. 



248 



Gawn. 



9273. gauge-board, lechn. 

brine-gauge. V. Mulliiome- 
ter. 

9274. bullet-gauge, art. 

gauge-cock. V. rock. 
cylinder-gauge for guns. V 
cylinder. 

9275. cylindrical gauge, art. 

9276. to get the weather gauge 
or gage. 

9277. gauge-glass or glass-gauge, 
st. eng. 

9278. high gauge, art. 

9279. lee gauge or gage. 

9280. low gauge, art. 

9281. marine speed-gauge or sil- 
lometre. 

9282. mercurial gauge, st. eng. 

9283. mortise-gauge, techn. 



9284. gauge piles, techu. 

9285. proper gauge, art. 

9286. pump gauge. 

<w, 

9287. ring gauge, art. 

9288. gauge-rod. 

9289. sea gauge. 

9290. ship's gauge or gage. 

9291. Sliding gauge or gage. 

9292. shot and shell gauge, art. 



9293. standard gauge for shots 
and shells, art. 

9294. star-gauge. V. Slar. 

9295. tide-gauge. 

9296. gauge for the tongue of a 
plank. 

9297. weather gauge or gage. 

9298. wind-gauge. 

9299. wire-gauge. 

9300. gauge or gage-work. 

9301. Gauge, v. a. 

9302. to gauge shot and shells, art. 



9303. to gauge wire, techn. 

9304. Ganged, part. 

9305. gauged, arch. 

9306. gauged stuff. 

9307. wire-gauze 

9308. gauze-wire. 

9309. Gavclock, s. 

9310. Cawn-tree, s. 

9311. to place casks on gawn- 
trees , 



regie a anneau carre 



pass.e-balle, crible a balles, crible 
passe-balles. 



passe-boulet cylindrique. 
gagner le vent, gagner au vent. 

tube indicateur de oiveau, niveau 

a tube de verre. 
grande lunette. 

dessous du vent, 
petite lunette. 

sillometr'e. 

manomelre de verre mercurial, 
equilboquet, trusquin. 



maitre-pilotis. 
jauge de calibre. ; . 

sonde de pompe. 

passe-boulet annulaire. 

auge. 

sonde, niveau de la mer. 

iauge, tirant d'un vaisseau. 

vernier, nonius. 

calibre, passe-boulet, cylindre, lu- 
nette de reception a calibrer les 
boulets et les projectiles creux. 

vigole. 



echelle de mar6e. 
m61e. 

avantage du vent. 
an6mometre*. 
:sse, calibre. 

ouvrage fail au calibre. 

iauger, mesurer, echanlillonner , 

etalonner. 
alibrer les boulets etc. 



esser. 

auge, calibrS, 6chantillonne ; 6ta- 

Ionn6. 

voule dont les briques sont jau- 
gees. 
nduit de platre. 

gaze, loile, lissu meHallique. 

II de toile, fll de tissu metallique. 

Mnce, barre, levier; javelot. 
hantier (pour les futailles). 
enchanteler. 



napOMipi; 

H, usMipeiiie Tproiia. 

jmiieifKa C'B 
ii nojtBiiatniJMn raiiitaMH. 



cyj[- 



Ptmexo wa EajiH6HpOBania CBJIHUO- 

HIJXI, iiyjit. 



BH6npaxbca Ha Bf.xepi, 

Tpy6Ka. 
, Han6ojitraiH 



cnapa.ua. 



Cnjuojiexpi.. 
PxyxHuS 



Hayrojii>HHKa, 
ii3M'I;psK>n, I'H-BSfla, BI Koxopua 

nmira. 
csan. 
ie Kajin6pa VL 



Ko.lb^eoCpa3^oe 
Mtpnjio, 

JIOTl. 



cyjina. 
Honiyci, Bepniepi.. 
Kpysaao ^jia i:ajmf>piipOBaHia cna- 



o6pas- 
caapa- 

ia no- 



aneMOMexpi. 
KpioKi Hiii Kpmeia nza. 

npOBOJOKII. 

Pa6oxa no jieKa^y nan pasuipaMi. 
; i;ajH6poBax6, 



Kasama BIJCOXU 



jaMexpi, a^pa; nepeisa- 
iH6poBaxi>; Jia^nxt HJIH ypaBHii- 



Mipuxi. xojiiii,nHy upoBOJiOKH. 



, KJCH- 

HJH apna, c^anRaa H8t 
H 'rHn- 



ca. 

TonKaa 

Canaa xonKaa npoaojiOKa', nexa.ii- 



no^t COHKII. 



Ilpyxi, 



CxflBHXB 60MKH Ha 



Gay. 



_. 249 



Gearing. 



9312 Cay Dlang. 

9313. Gay- You. 

93H. Gear, s. {V. also jear). 

9315. backlash of gears, techn. 

9316. bevelled sear. 

9317. bevelled wheels of a gear 

9318 bowsprit gear. 

careening gear. V. careen. 

9319. clip wheel of a gear. 

cog wheels of a gear. Y. cog. 
fishing gear. V. flsulug. 
gun-gear. Y. gun. 

9320. in gear. 

9321. out Of gear. 

9322. pump-gear. 

9323. to put in gear. 

rag wheel of a gear. Y. 
sprocket wheel of a gear. 

9324. ratchet wheel of a gear. 



9325. rudder- gear 

9326. running gear. 

9327. spiral wheels of a gear, 
techn. 



9328. sprocket-wheel of a gear 

or rag wheel of a gear, 
techn. 

9329. spur gears, techn. 

9330. stagger ed-gears. 



gay-diang. 



gay-you 

garniture; ustensiles, accoutrement 
habillement.ameublement; engre- 
nage; appareil, equipage, renvoi 
trausmission de mouvement. 

bruit saccade produit par les roues 
d'engrenage. 

engrenage conique. 

roues d'angle d'un engrenage. 



greement de beaupre". 
arbre, tambour de chaine. 



en action, en jeu, engrene", engre 

nage. 
en repos, libre, hors d'action, de 

sengrene. 
Equipage, garniture de pompe. 
engrener. 



roue d'engrenage, dout les dents 
ressemblent a celles d'une' scie 
circulaire. 

appartenances du gouvernail. 

manoeuvres courantes. 

roue d'engrenage en spirale. 



oue servant pour la trausmission 
et le reuvoi de mouvement. 

'oues droites, engrenage droit ou 

cylindrique. 
sngrenage dans 1'espace. 



9331. tackle-gear. 

9332. gear-wheels, techn. 

9333. worm-wheels or gear, techn 



9334. Gear, v. a. and n. 

9335. to gear with or take into 
one another, 

9336. Gearing, s. 



garniture de palan. 
roues d'engrenage. 

engrenage a vis. 



engrener . 
s'engrener, mordre. 

appareil, Equipage , modification, 
renvoi, transmission de mouve- 
ment. 



, Ka6oTa/KEoe KOXHHXBH- 
CKOC cyflHO ci> ocTptmn OKOHei- 

HOCTHMH H TpeiUI TpeyrOJlBUHMH 

napycaMH. 
Pafiro, pufiauKaa aojica y 6eperoai> 

KOXHHXHHH. 
Ofle;i;;na, Hapa^'B; npuCopx, npHHaj- 

JiejKuocTH, aautnjeuie, coBOh-ynie- 

nie; npHBoffB flja iiepe^aiH JBH- 



,, CpaniaHLe syfinaTtixt KO- 



Cii;tnjieHie KOHHICCKHX'E MH Kopon- 

3y6iaTtixi> Ko-aecT). 
Koaeca, BT> KOTOPLIXT> OCH B&WSJ, 
pacnojoseHsi HH iiapajuejiHO H 
He no^-b npaMuui> yooM^. 

a 6ym- 



Ba.ii, ^apa^aHt pa HaunBaHk 
nefi. 



m, B* ^HCTBIH, 
Bt pa3o6in,eHiH, BT. 



coo6m;aTb 



Kojeca. 



3y6iaioe KOJCCO, y Koxoparo 
<|)OpMy 



/ yja. 

Btryiifi TaKe.iaa;i,. 

Ko.ieca, y 
;u pacnoJio;i;eHH 
HUMII yrjiaiin KI o6BO^;y itojeca; 
HHor^a OHH nutiOTi, 4>opjiy Y. 
tCojieca jaa noMnoBux-B n.tneK H 
jBna;eHi)i uexaHasiia, 



KOJieca ct 
3y6n;aiiii mecTepnii. 
a KOJieca, njitromij ieTUpeyroiB- 
HHe 3y6u,hi, pacno-ioateHHue OJH- 

HaKOBO KOCBCHHO KT> CBOGMy 06- 

BO^y; HHor,i,a Ko^eca 9TH jLiaroT- 

CS. H31> He6oJIbniHXT> o6lJKHOBeH- 

spur-wheels (CM. 9. c.), co- 
BMicii, TaKt ^ITO 
o^Horo BXOSSTI BL n'pone- 
.npyraro. 
rajefi. 

Kojeca (npyraoe 
H osajibHoe) mecTepHH. 
io-ieca, HM-fejsomia KocBennHfl pacno- 



BHHTa, CT> KOTOptlMT) 

3y6TOTtia, KOJieca, COBO- 



i nepejaiiii 
fi'iaTUxt KOJCCI, cjy- 
nepe^a'iu wzxems. 
16* 



Gearing. 



250 



Get. 



9337. gearing room. 

9338. taking into gear with, or 
gearing. 

9339. Geat or gate, s., lechn. 



9339 2 Geelhart, hot. (bignonia leu- 
coxylon, lauruschloroxylon). 
9340. General ship. C. 



9341. Generator, s., St. eng. 



9342. 
9343. 

9344. 

9'lla. 
9346. 
93 47. 
9348. 



9349. 
9350. 
9351. 
9352. 
9353. 



9354. 
9355. 

9356. 
9357. 
9358. 
9359. 
9360. 
9361. 
9364. 



Geocentric, adj. 

the geocentric latitude, of 

a planet. 

the geocentric longitude of 

a planet. 

Geodezy, s. 

Geognozy, s. 

brown George. 

Get, v. a. and n. 



to get a cap over. 

to get afloat. V. afloat. 

to get ahead of a ship. 

to get clear. V. to get off. 

to get down the lop-gallant 

or top sail yards. 

to get down the top-gallant 

masts or lop masts. 

to get hold of Ihe land. 



lo get hot. 
to get a jib 



half-boom in. 



to get in a boat. 

to get in a jib-boom. 

to get in' a lower mast. 

to get in off a yard. 

to get in water, provisions 

lo get off afloat. 

to get off or to get clear 

off. 



9363. 
9364. 
9365. 
9366. 
9367. 
9368. 
9369. 
9370. 

9371. 
9372. 



to get off a grounded boat, 

to get off a grounded ship 

to get off a harbour. 

to get out a boat. 

to get out a jib boom. 

to get out a lower mast. 

to get out provisions etc. 

to get the rate of a time' 

keeper. 

to get ready. 



to get to the eastward or 

westward. 

9373 to get to leeward. 
9373 2 to get to windward. 

9374. to get to the northward or 
sou! h ward. 

9375. to get the lop over. 

9376. to get under sail, or under 
way. 



tambour couvrant une roue denlee 

ou un engrenage. 
engrenant, s'engrenant. 



passage pour le mdtal dans un 
moule, tuyau. 



cedre vert. 

navire, qui trausporte les raar- 
, chandises de plusieurs negotiants 
a la fois. 



geneiateur. 

geocentrique. 
lalilude geocenlrique. 

longitude geocentrique. 

geodesie. 
geognosie. 

pain de munition, pain bis. 
gagner, obtenir, acquerir; arriver, 
parvenir a; devenir, se trouver. 

mettre en place un chouquet. 
devancer un vaisseau. 

amener les vergues de perroquel ou 

dc hune. 
caler les mats de perroquet ou de 

hune 
atterrir. 



s'echauffer. 

renlrer le foe a mi-baton. 

enlrer dans une embarcation. 

renlrer un baton de foe. 

mettre en place un mat maieur. 

rentrer de dessus une vergue. 

faire de 1'eau, prendre des vivres 

detoucher. 

degager, se degager. 



desensabler. 

dechouer . 

sorlir, quitter !e port, s'esquiver. 

mettre dehors une embarcation. 

mettre dehors un baton de foe. 

dematerun vaisseau d'unmat majeur. 

debarquer des vivres. 

verifier le mouvement d'une hor- 

loge marine, 
appareiller, parer, preparer, tenir 

pret. 
gagner dans Test ou dans 1'ouest. 

tomber sous le vent. 

gagner au vent. 

s'elever au nord ou au sud 

capeler une hune. 
appareiller. 



Ko/Kyx'B , 
Koieca. 



coBonynjiaacB, 



, coofimaact, 
coe- 



Chan.; maxxeimaa neiB. 

nacxB luaumiBHOH nenn, 
pacn.iacjieHHtifi 



Pa3Ho4>paxTHoe cy^eo, 
OTBosa BI> KaKoft anfio nopit HJH 
nopm TOBapoBt OTI pasnuxt 



OTHoraemfi OAHHT> KT, 
oiisBOjHTejb napOBi, 

napOBOH KOT6JI. 

niHpoia 
joJirora 



Feojeaia. 
reornosia. 



XO^HTt. 



; HATH, npuxo^HTB, ^o- 

93eiBl'0({)Tl. 

YHTH snepe^i OTI cyssa. 
CnyciHTB 6pau'i>-peH HJH Jiapca-pen. 
CnycTHTt 6paMi-cieEBrn naHCTeHBrn. 



YCMOTptTB aCMlH), irpH^TH Ha 

Cepera (y 6i.iOMOpii,eB'L onxm- 
fiepera). 



IloCTaBHTB KjlHBCpt Bfc HOJIl JTJiQ- 

rapa. 

BCKOIHTB, BOUTH Bl !IIJIH)nKy. 

yxaerapB. 



COHTH CT> pen. 

3anacTHCB BO^OH), npOBH3iero H np. 
Cofiin, cuaTBca CT> MCJIH. 
OCBOOO^HTB, pacnyiaTB, O'IHCTHTB, 
, cnaiBca ci MCJH; OCBO- 



CranuiTB BMionKy ci MCJIH. 
CxaimiTB cy^no ci, Mean. 
Bu^xn, yfixH ii3T> raBann. 
CnycTHXB injiionKy. 
BucxptjHTB yxjerapB. 
BunyxB naixy. 
BurpysHXb iipOBusiio H np. 

YcxaHOBUXB, nOBtpHXB XO^ 

siexpa. 

IIpHrOTOBnXB, HSrOTOBHIBCa; 



XpOHO- 



3a6npaTBca, npofixn K% ocxy HJIH 

KI Becxy. 

YnajiaxB no^t Bixepi. 
3af5npaxBca, BIJXOAIIXB na Bixepi. 
3a6npaxBca K 



wapci. 

BcxynnxB no^ napyca, cnaxBca ct 
aKopa. 



Get. 



251 



Girdle. 



93T7. to get up steam, St. eng. 

9378. to get up the top masts or 
top gallant masts. 

9379. to get up the topsail orlop- 
gallant yards. 

9380. to get the weather gage 

9381. Get in off the top-gallant 
yard! 

9382. get into the boat! 

9383. get a pull of a jib-sheet! 

9384. Gib, s , techn. 

9385. cutter and gib, techn. 

9386. gib-frame. 

9387. Gibbet, s: traverse-beam, 
techn. 

9388. gibbet of a crane, techn. 
4. i in ha I glmble, glmbol 
Or jlmbol. V. compass. 

9389. Glmblet or gimlet, S., 
lechn. 

9390. to gimbiet the anchor. 

9391. small gimbiet, carp. 

9392. gimbiet vent-pricker, art. 



9393. Glmbletingorglmbletlng.s. 

9394. Gimmal, s. 

9393. glmmal-ring. 

9396. Gin, s., techn. 



9397. gin-bracket, techn. 

9398. gin-chain. 

gin cheek. V. cheek. 
gin-cross-bar or transom. 
V. bar. 

9399. gin-fall, techn. 

9400. Gibraltar gin. 

9401. gin-lever. 

9402. lower cross-bar of a gin. 
9403. .middle cross-bar of a gin. 

9404. gin mortise-holes. 

9405. pripole gin. 

9406. to rig a gin as sheers. 

9407. to set up, erect or raise 
and rig a gin. 

9408. gin-sling. 

9409. gin-spike ou the feel. 

9410. gin-tackle. 

9411. upper cross-bar of a gin. 



9412 
9413 
9414 



\vliim-Kin. 
gin-windlass. 

Gird, V. a. 



9415. Girder, s. 



9416. trussel-girder. 



9417. 
9418. 



Girdle, S. 

girdle-belt. 



monter la pression. 

guinder les mats de hune ou de 
perroquet. 

traverser les vergues de hune ou 
de perroquel. 

gagner le vent. 

rentre de dessus la vergue de per- 
roquet! 

embarque! 

borde un peu 1'ecoute du grand 
foe! 

contre-clavette. 

clavette et contre-clavette. 

chassis triangulaire. 

polence, croix. 

volee d'une grue. 



vrille, foret, percerette. 

abattrel'ancre au moyen de son 

jat. 

laceret ou lasseret. 
degorgeoir a vrille. 



tournant d'une ancre sur sa verge. 

mecanisme, mouvement, machine; 
anneau. 

anneau a chainon, bague a anneau. 

chevre, cabre, sonnelte, grue a 
trois pieds, panneau, trappe, tre- 
buchet, piege, attrape, collet. 

renfort, echantignole de chevre. 

chaine placee sur une roue pour 
de'charger le navire. 



garant de palan de chevre. 

chevre a treuil, a manivelle. 
levier de manoeuvre, 
premier epars. 
deuxieme epars. 
mortaises de renforls, 

pied de chevre. 

equiper la chevre a haubans. 

dresser, equiper la chevre. 

jarretiere. 

pointe. 

palan de chevre. 

troisieme epars. 

baritel. 

treuil. 

ceintrer, ceindre; attacher autour; 

environner, cerner. 
solive, solive d'enehevetrure, ferme, 

poutre, traversine, longrine, som- 

mier, travon, traverse, 
poutre armee ou d'assemblage, 

ferme. 

ceinture, ceinturon, enceinte, 
ceinturon. 



napH. 
IIo,nnflTB CTeHBrn HJHI 6paMi- 



uapca-pen HJH 6pam>- 
pen. 
BbiHrpaiB BiTept. 

OB 6paMx-pen! 



Ha 



H6 MHOIO 



CT> HaTaatHHMi KJHHOMI. 
Tpeyrojibnaa uamKHHaa pan*. 



y Kpana. 



Bypast. 



anopi. sa 



MexaHHSMi; KOJIBI^O. 



, SflfolO. 

MamHHa, 



Cypasi; TOJICTUH npo- 
nep- 

sa IHTOKI. 



KOSJH, 



; nexia; 
, 6pyci> y nosteMHofi 



repeat IDKHBI HJIH KO^BCO 



Jlonapi. Tajefl y n 

HH. 
KpaHi 



pacnopKa, nepeKJiajnHa. 
pacnopKa, nepeKjajHHa. 
HJIH rHts^a Rax puiaroBi, 



HoCTaBHTB, 



Hora y Kpana, KOSBJII MH 

Boopyainib K03JH mxa- 



K03JH. 



KOJTB y HOFH 

Ta.m y npana, y no^ieMHoft 

Htl. 

pacnopKa, HJB 



Bopoxi. 

OnOHCHBaTB, 



6pyci, 



IToact, 



nojnopn, pacKocnna. 



nonet, 



Girdle. 



252 



Glass. 



9419. chase-girdle, art. 

9420. Ship's girdle. 

9421. girdle-wheel, mec. 

9422. Girdle, v. a, 

9i3. Glrdler, S. 

9424. Girt, s. 

9423. Girt, adj. (in speaking of a 
ship). 



9426. quarter girt. 

9427. Girth, s 

9428. Glrtllne, s. 

glrtllne block. Y. block. 

9429. lower away Ihe larboard 
glrtllne! 

9430. sway away ' the starboard 
girtllne! 

9431. Giro, v. a. and n. 



9432. to give chase at sea. 

9433. to give or hand over. 

9434. to give leave. 

9435. to give over. 

9436. to give a salute. 

9437. to give up. 



9438 to give up chase. 
9139. to give up a deserter. 
9410. to give way. 



9441. Give way! 

9412. give way together! 

9443. Giving over one's orders on 
being relieved. 

Glance coal. V. coal. 

9444. iron glance. 

9445. Glance, v. a. 

9446. Gland, s., st. eng. 

9447. gland and collar bush, st. 
eng. 

9448 gland packing, st. eng. 

9449. gland of stuffing, stuffing 

box lid, st. eng. 

9450. Gloss, s. 



barometer-glass. V. baro- 
meter. 
9451. broken glass, techn. 

burning glass. V. tour 
nlng. 

9152. clear glass. 

to cheat, flog or sweat the 

glass. "V. cheat. 
9453. eye-glass. - 



leinlure de la voice, 
ceinte. 
fuseau. 
ceindre, entourer, environner, en- 

fermer. 
ceinlurier. 

tour, circonference d'un arbre. 
vaisseau raidi sur ses ancres. 



quart de circonference. 

circonference. 

car I ali u, agui. 

affale la cartahu de babord! 
hisse la carlahu de tribord! 
donner, fournir, suinter; . degeler. 



donner la chasse. 
remettre. 
congedier. 

cesser, discontinuer, laisser, quit- 
ter, abandonner. 
faire un salut. 
rendre, ceder, accorder, remettre. 



lever la chasse. 

restituer, livrer un deserlcur. 

arquer, reculer, plier, se rendre, 
ceder, deferer, s'ebranler, cra- 
quer, crouler; consentir; demen- 
tir. 

nagel 

nage ensemble! 

communication de la consigne 



fer oligiste, oxid6 rouge. 

luire, briller; effleurer, raser, friser, 
fr61er. 

collerette, collet, couronne, douille, 
presse-etoupe. 

boite a etoupe, a garniture. 

presse-etoupe & couronne. 
couvre-etoupe. 

verre, miroir, glace; ampoulelle, 
horloge de sable, poudrier, lu- 
nette d'approche, de longue vue; 
baromelre. 



gresil. 

sablier pare", 
lunette 



Iloaci Ha jiyjBHowB nepexBaxi. 
mecxepHH. 



OnoacuBaxB, 



, KymaiHuft, nopxynefiimfi 



OitpyjKnocTb jepeBa. 
Cyjiio, cio^mee 

, ranaru y Koioparo 

T8KT> TyiO, ^TO HC MO- 

a;en, HOCOMI CBOHMI BCiaiB HH 
Btipa, mi npoiHBi ie- 



OKpy;HOCTt. 



ropeHB, 

Tpasn rop^eHB ct Jitsofi cioponu! 
TSHH ropjenb ci npaBofi ciopOBu! 



, ociaBjaTB, nepe- 
; no;iaBaiiCfl, 



nycTHTica BI noronro. 
OcranjiaTb, B03Bpam,aTt, nepe.iaBaiB. 

SBOjlIITB OTCTaBKV. 

npeKpaiE,aTB, 



, npeKpamaiB, 
ycrynaiB, 



uoiepaTB 



HpeKpaiHTB noroHK. 

BujiarB jeaeptHp 

DojatBca, rnyTBca; yciynHTB; npo- 

B3JIITBCH, TpeCHVTB, JOIIByTB, p&- 

; corjiacnxBca. 



Ipe6n Bipyri-, pOBHo! 

npHKaaaHia npn 



OKIICI, ;i;pj-l;ua). 
, CBepnaxB, ciaxB, ripofii- 
raxB, uacaxLca caerna; 6pocaTB 



y xpytfa, 4> jaHeniI> > 



HaHIHMHOC 



Ha6HBnaa Bxy^na ci n 
Kpumsa HaCHBO^noft i;opo6KH. 

Cxeoo, sepsaao; cKJumisa, necon- 
Hue ^acw; 



, roxosaa vi BopoiaHiro. 



OHKH; spuTCJBHoe CTCKJIO, 



Glass. 



Glut. 



glass-gauge or gauge-glass. 

V. KHK' 

9454. half hour glass. 

9135. half a minute or long glass, 

9456. half watch glass. 

9157. horison glass. 

9158. hour-glass, 

9159. index-glass- 
OitO lenticular glass. 

9461. right-glass. 

9462. glass partition. 

9463. quarter-minute or short glass. 

9464. spy glass or telescope. 

9465. square or pane of glass. 

9466. glass-tube. 

Oil) 7. to turn the glass, 
9468. \valch-glass. 

94C9. Glare, V. a , techn. 



9470. to glace powder, art. 

9471. Glazer, s., techn. 

9472. Glazier, s., techn. 

9473. Glazier's diamond, techn. 

9474. Glazing, s., techn. 

9475. glazing barrel, glazing 
room, art. 



9476. glazing powder, art. 

9477. Gleam of light. 

9478. Glint, s. 

9479. Glitter, v. a. 

9480. Globe, s. 

9481. globe of compression. 

9182. Globule, s. 

9483. Gloom or gloom-stove, art. 
9483* Gloomy, adj. 

9484. Gloss, s. 

9485. Gloss, v. a. and n. 

9486. Glowing out, techn. 

9487. Glue, s. 

9488. joiner's gle. 

9489. marine glue. 

9490. mouth glue. 

9491. glue pit. 

9492. very strong glue. 

9493. Glue, v. a. 

9494. Glut, s. 



sab Her d'une demi-heure. 
sablier d'ui.e demi minute, 
sablier de deux heures. 
verre mineur du sextant, 
sablier, clepsydre. 

verre majeur du sextant, 
verre lenticulaire. 

lunette de nuit. 
vitrage. 

sablier d'un quart de minute. 

telescope, 
carreau de vitre. 
lube de verre. 
tourner le sablier. 
sablier de quatre heures. 

vi'.rer, garnir des vitres; vernir, 
vernisser; glacer, lustrer; polir, 
brunir. 

lisser la poudre. 

polissoir, polissoire. 

vitrier. 

diamant a queue, a rabot. 

couverte, vernis. 

lissoir. 



Us sage. 

lueur. 

glint, falaise. 

briller, luire, 'reluire, e"tinceler, 
brasiller. 

globe; sphere, boule. 

globe de compression, fourneau sur- 
charge. 

bulle, globule. 

poile a secher la poudre. 

sombre, obscuf. 

vernis, lustre, luisant. 

lustrer, donner du lustre, mas- 
quer, recouvrir d'un vernis. 

recuit, detrempe, recuite. 

colle, colle forte. 

colle de menuisier. 

glu marine. 

colle a bouche. 

pot a colle. 

taurocolle, xylocolle. 

coller, poisser; unir, attacher; ci- 
m enter, serrer. 

coin de bois; toile ajoutee au mi- 
lieu de la voile. 



CKJSHK*. 

Ma.ioe aepnajio (BI ceKcxamt). 
DecoHHue nacu; KJCHCJUI a, 

iibie Macu, 'lacosaa ci:.iam;a. 
Eojbtnoe sepnajo (BI ceKcraHT^. 
BuiiyKJioe, leneBHueoGpaaHoe CTCK- 

3.0. 

Ho'inaa apniejinas rpy6a. 
CoBOKynHocTb CTCKOJB 
na cyan* n T. j. 



(15 C J 
xpy6a, 



Bt 
Ha 

FloBOpOTHTb 



HJH HCitipexx-nacoBaa 

CTKJflHKa. 

crcKJia; noKpuBaii, aa- 
jomiiTb, r.wHneBan>; yKpa- 

DiaTI>; IIOJIIIpOBaTb, BOpOHHTi. 

nopoxi. 

xepKa c% Has- 



CTCKOJIBUI.HKI. 



jjfl nojinpoBKH uopoxa; 
noe noMLmeaie (rj^i 
nopoxi) 
Ilojiiipoiiaaie nopoxa. 

cBtri; Mepuanie; cianie. 

KpyTOH MCipCKOfi H 036p- 

Hbift oCtiBHCTtiS 6eperi>. 



ropHi. 



cyraKH nopoxa. 
Qaciiypao, upaiHO. 



, rjiflHu,eBaTb , 
JIOCKI, 6jecKi>, noKpuBaib ja- 

KOMl). 

OisBraHie, npoKMHBaHie, Harpisa- 

Hie. 
Kaeft. 

CTOJflpHblH KJiefi. 

MopcKofi is-iefi. 



PopmoKi jsa oca. 
/I,peBecnbifi 



1) YnopKa, 



KJHHI>; je- 



puqafb juia cDibHifimaro 
ynopa; HJIH HOAI> KaKyro-JiDfio 
Ben;b, jjia npeayn^esAeiiia OTKaia 
HJIH noHHajeuia iipu nepeciaHOBKi 
puiaia. 2) EapycHHa, npHmnxaa 
BI cpejuiHt BepxHefi HaciH napy- 
ca, DJitiojuaa oiBepcxie R&S. npo- 
j,iBaHia xajiefi 6biKt-ropAeHa HJIH 
cxponKH. 



Gnarled. 



254 



Goods. 



9493. Gnarled, adj. 

9496. Gnomon, s. 

9497. Go, v. n. 

to go about. Y. about. 
to go ashore. V. ashore. 

9498. to go backward. 

to go o:i board. V. board. 

9499. to go to the bottom or down. 
9300. to go down (in speaking of 

the sea). 

9501. to go fast through the water. 

9502. to go forward. 

9503. to go m. 

9504. to let go. 

..f.ioa >u'jv . . '' ?i.<i.->uu t { 

9505. to go near the ground. 

9506. to go near the wind. 

9507. to go off. 

9508. to go off down. 

9509. to go on. 

9510. to go out. 



9511. to go out of a harbour. 

9512. to go over. 



9513. 
9514. 

9515. 
9316. 

9517. 
9518. 
9319. 

9520. 

9521. 
9322. 
9523. 
952i. 
9525. 
9526. 

9527. 
9528. 
9529. 



9530. 



9531. 
9632. 
9533. 
1)334. 



to go over a bar. 

to g-o over to the enemy. 

to go under easy sails, 
to go upon a secret expe- 
dition. 

to go well large, 
sentry go! 

Gob-lines or snub-line*'. 

martingale back-ropes. 

Gobiet-mould of the cas- 

cable. 

Going, s. 

going about. 

Gold, s. 

gold lace. 

Golden number. 

Gome, s,, St. eng. 

Gondola, s. 
Gondolier, S. 
Gong, s. 



Goodgeona or braces. 

gudgeon. 
Goods, C. 



Y. 



to discharge goods, C 
the goods laden in bulk. 
V. bulk. 

the piece-goods, C. 
to save the goods, C. 
to ship the goods, C. 
goods spoiled by being too 
long at sea, C. 



noueux, plein de noeuds 
style d'un cadran, gnomon. 
aller, marcher; s'en aller, partir, 
fonctionner. 



aller en arriere. 

couler, sousombrer, sonrsombrer. 
se tranquilliser, se pacifier (en par- 

lant de la mer). 
tailler de 1'avant. 

aller en avant. 

entrer. 

laisser aller, lacher prise, debor- 

der, larguer. 
raser le tapis. 

pincer, serrer le vent. 
se debander, lacher, partir. 

t.!', l -j >'Mfl S 

descendre. 

avancer . poursuivre , conlinuer , 

pbusser. 
sorlir. 



mettre en rade. 

passer, traverser; deserter. 

passer la barre d'une riviere, 
deserter, passer a 1'ennemi. 

aller a petite voilure. 

partir pour une expedition secrete. 

aller bien largue. 

en faction! 

galhaubans de martingale. 

moule ou panier de culasse. 

marche, demarche, depart. 

revirement. 

or. 

galon d'or, passement. 

nombre d'or. 

cambouis. 

gondole. 

gondolier. 

c>mbale chinoise employee quel- 
quefois au lieu de cloche sur les 
navires, parti eulieremenl en terns 
de brume. 



biens, effets, bagoge, meubles, mar- 

chandises. 
debarquer les marchandises. 



merchandises en balles. 
sauver les marchandises. 
embarquer les marchandisos. 
marchandises marinces. 



C-B 

THOUGHT). 

HjlTH, yXOJHTb; jMcTBOBaTB, 6HTi 

BT. flMcTBia (roBOpfl o 



HflTH 



HHTHTBCa, 



HjTH KO flHy, TOHyTB. 

CiHxaTB, ysieHBmaTBCH (o BOJHC- 

H1H). 

xopomift XOJCB, xopomo pas- 

BOoLHH. 

HJITH Biiepeji.. 
BXOJHTB, 



no ueci>Ma Maaofi 
HC sajTBBaa ^aa. 
t Kpyto, npuflepatHBaTECfl KI 



; OTXOJHTb, yXOJHTB; BH- 

(o 



nojaBaiBCH Bnepeii, 



BUXOJIHTB, BHt3ffiaTB, BHCTynaTB, 

BBtfiraiB; supocxaTB, 

BUCOBEJBaTBCS, 

BUHTIT, BbiTflHyiBca H3i raBaHn na 



; nc- 



UpoHTH lepeai, 6ap-B. 
^eseprapOBaTB, nepefira KI senpii- 

T6JK). 

HJTH no^i MajUMH napycaMH. 
OinpaBHTBor, H^TH vt, 



npoxojtnTB 



HflTH 

CMtn 
MapTHHB-6aitniTarH. 

topiia, jieKaao KascHHofi laciH opy- 



, OTXOII. 

DOBOpOTl. 

BOJOTO. 
SOJOTOH rajiyni. 

SoJIOTOe HHCJO. 

, npnrapi OTB ciiasKH BT> Tpy- 
muxca 



, ynoTpe6jraeMuft 
BsiicTO KOJIO- 



iiiiona na 

Koja, npeHwymecTBCHHO BI Ty- 

nan By 10 norofly. 

ii 



BurpyaiaiB 



TocapH BI 

CuacaiB 

IpysnTt BI cyjHO TOrnpa. 

ToBapH, HcnopxHBiniecfl oil cjnni- 



Goodins. 



255 



Graft. 



Goodlus , gouging* or 
goodlngs. Y. gudgeon. 

9535. Goose-neck. 



9536. goose-neck of a tiller. 

9537. goose-wing. 

9538. Gore, s. 

9539. lo be gored (as sails). 

Gorge of a pulley. Y. groove 
of a pulley. 

9540. Gorgon engine, st. eng. 

9511. Goring, goring -Cloth Of 
gore. 

9512. cut-goring or cut with a 

great deal of gore. 

9543. goring of a sail. 

9544. Gouge, s., techn. 

9545. bend neck gouge, techn. 

9546. gouge-bit, techn. 

9547. entering or spoon gouge, 
techn. 

9548. half round gouge, techn. 

9549. turning gouge, lechn. 

9550. Gouge, v. a., techn. 

9551. Goulet, s. 

9552. Gourabe, s. 
9583. Govern, v. a. 

9554. Government, s. 

9555. Governor or conical regu- 
lator, mach. 

9556. Grab, s. 



9557. Gradation, S. 

9558. Grade, s. 

95a8 2 sjrado of expansion, si. eng. 

9559. Graduate, Y. a. and 11. 

9560. Graduated, a. 

9561. graduated scale. 

9562. graduated sector. 

9563. Graduation of salt water. 

9564. Graft or grafting, s. 



crapaud; crochet de fer; taquet de 
gouvernail; cou de cygue. 



crapaud. 

pMnt, angle d'une voile dcploy6 au 
vent, et le fond cargne. 



pointe, langue de terre, pointe, 
toile de pointe. 

biaiser. 



machine de la Gorgone. 
pointe, toile de pointe. 



en poinle, qui a beaucoup de toile 

de pointe.' 
langue de boeuf. 
gouge, meche, m6che a vilebre- 

quin. 

bee de corbin. 
meche a cuiller. 

gouge a nez rond. 

gouge a canon. 

gouge servant a ebaucher le bois. 

gbuger, travailler, creuser avec la 

gouge, 
goulet, nom donne a 1'entree etroite 

d'un port, p. ex. Brest, 
gourabe. 

gouverner, conduire, diriger, com- 
mander. 

gouvernement, administration, do- 
mination, inaniement. 

moderateur centrifuge. 

navire de Malabar a deux ou trois 

mats. 

gradation, degreT 
grade, degre; came. 

came de detente. 

graduer, diviser, augmenter; se 
changer, se transformer. 

gradue, divise. , A ,J J - 

cehelle graduee. ;"> 
secteur gradud 
graduation. 

renton. 



CoCaiita y pymieafl, KOTOpaa xo- 
no norony; raKi Ha Bnyr- 

Kouu,t rnKa, 
BB ofiyxB y uaHTU; 



KOJliiHO Tpy6KH. 

y pynneji5, KOiopaa 
no noroay. 



KHMT. OCpaSOMl, HTO IDKOTU 

Spanu, a cpeflHHa napyca 
KptnjeHa KT> pet; 910 
BO BpeMa nonyiHaro 
He6oju.inoft Mtici, Koca; 
KJIHHI y napyca, nocxenenHO 
mnparomificfl OT-E, Bepxy KB 

H^TH BKOCB, HMiTt KOCHHy 

o napycaxi). 



FoproHCKOft 



xo- 
ia- 

L1I- 

sa- 



pas- 



H3HCKOCB 

H npHCaBaeanHH KB niHpnHi na- 
pyca. 

OapyCB, BHKpOeHHKH CB 60JLHIHMH 
CKOCKaUH. 

CKOCOKB HJH KJIHHB BB napyds. . 

, HanapBe JJM 

; nepna y 
CiaMecKa CB aarnyTUMB 

CflepJlO BB BH^t JIOHxKH, 

jtoxiKa. 

Kpyrjiaa ciaiiecKa. 
^ J 



, o6a- 



TOKapaoe 



JI^O.l6HTB , 



YSKOH BXQjiiB BB paBaHB, Hanp. BI 

BpecTB. 
Iypa6a: HH^ificKoe KyneiecKoe cy^;- 

HO, HJIH Cojitraaa 
HpaBHTB , ynpaBjia 

CTBOB3TB, fOCIIOJIiCTBOBaTB. 

npaBienie , ynpa- 



peryjia- 



TOpB. 



HIH 



Ha 



TIocTeneHHocTB. 

CRHB; cTeiieiiB; 
, 9Kcii;eHTpa^ecKiH 
y npnSopa wa. OTCEIKH na- 
POBB; cerMeHTB RJIO. oxct'iKH. 

Ha rpajiycti; nocxeneHHo 
SMtaflTBca, npespa- 
nocTenenno. 

Ha rpa^yca CB ,a,iie- 



na rpa^ycu, 
CeKiopB CB jttjeBia,jii. 
IIocTeneHHOCTB crymenia coaeHofi 
BOJIIJ. 

cnaecHa: pacnjeTaroTB jBa KOH- 
u,a sepeBKH, coa^UBaiOTB crpent- 
ra BMtcii, naKB 6u ,pa cnjiecHH- 
H BB coeAHHCHiH nepeB5- 



Grain. 



256 



Granulating. 



9565. Grain, s. 

9566. across or against the groin 

9567. coarse grain (metal). 

9568. coarse grain (wood). 

9569. close or firm grain. 

9570. cross or end grain of wood. 



to cut across the grain. \ 

to cross-cut. 
9571. endless grain, techn. 



9572. felt grain ot wood. 

9573. fine grain (metal). 

9574. fine grain (wood). 

9575. grain of iron, met. 

9576. grain of melal, met. 

9577. grain of powder. 

9578. quarter grain. 

9579. rounded grain. 

9580. grain-tin. 

9581. Grain, V. a. 

9582. Grained, adj. 

9583. grained powder, art. 
9581. Gralner, s. 

9585. Graining, s. 

9586. graining or corning the 
mill or pressoake, art. 

9587. graining house, art. 



9588. Grains, s., techn. 



9389. Gramme. 

9590. in granary, C. 

9591. Grand mastership. 

Granny's bend or knot. V. 

bend. 

9592. Granular, adj. 

9593. Granulate, V. a. and n. 

9594. Granulating;, S. 

9595. granulating cylinder. 

9596. first granulating sieve, art. 

9597. granulating iron, techii. 

9598. granulating machine, techn. 



grain, graine jveine, fil de bois. 

& contre-poil, en travers, transver 

..salement. 
& gros grain. 

& gros fil. 

grain dense, serre. 
c6te de la moe'lle, coupe transver- 
sale du bois. 



fer a grains sans fin ou conver- 
gents. 



faible de bois. 

grain fin. 
a fil fin. 

grain. 

grainure, texture, lavure. 

grain. 

fort, maille de bois. 
grain arrondi. 
elain en larmes. 
peindre en decors. 

grene, grene!6, plein de grains, 

rude, dur. 
poudre grenee. 
peintre en decors (en bois), pein- 

tre decora teur. 

grenage; peinture en decors, 
grenage de la galette. 

grenoir. 



harpon a quatro dents. 



gramme, 
en grenier. 
magistere. 



grenu, en grain-s, granulaire, gra- 
nule, granuleux. 

grener, greneler, granuler, grenail- 
ler, reduire. 

granulation, grenage. 

ecureii. 

guillauine. 

fer a grainer, fer a greneler. 
appareil de grenage. 



i; noTOMt pasenBaion, ua- 
60JKH H aijiaiorb luerenKy. 
Sepno, KpynnnKa; aioa; (jnifipa; BO- 

JOKHO, HHTKa BT, flepeiVB. 

EtpoTHBT. mepcxii, uoueperb BOIO- 

KOHTi. 

KpyiinosepHBCTiafi (roBopa o Me- 



CT> rpy- 



Fpy6oBOJiOKHHCToe 

6tIMH BOJlOKHailH. 

ILjomoe BOJOKHO y 
JIonepeqnwH paspfe-h jiepeBa, OT- 
py6i>, jepeBO Bt oipyOt, none- 

pert BOIOKOHt. 



ct 6e3KOHeiHHMH njin Kpy- 
BoaoKHaMn. J^Jia. npnro- 
ero 6epyrB gyrynnoe 
KOJibii;o, HaKa^HBaioiii ero H npo- 
KatUBaiOTi na KOPOTKHXT> Baa- 

Kaxt. KOJSU.0 CiaHOBHTCH TOHt- 

me, mvipe H nioTnte, a BoiOKna 
B r t nesii pacnojararoTCJi no na- 



Topeirj, flepeBa; nanpaBjenie none" 
perb cjioest. 

Me.lK03epHHCTbIB. 

,J,epe 
MIL . 

BoJOKHO, 

eTajjunecKia iacT0n;ti , aepno , 

(' M llh , CJOH'iGlUG* 

3epao nopoxa. 
HanpaBjenie B^OJB 
OKpyrjiennoe sepgo. 

OJOBO. 

KpacHTb, pacKpanmBarr. 
Kanoro nn6vib aepeBa. 

mepoxosa- 



ii nopoxi. 



H ^)0pjiy CJI06BB 

JepHeiiie; MajDipao _, 

3epnenie nopoxoBOH jienemitu 

KOTH). 

pyrnjibHs, sepnosajiBHS, cxpoenie, 

BB KOTOpOMB npOHSBOAHTCH 36p- 

nenie nopoxa. 

2Ce.lt3IIbIH HHCTpyMCHTB, CB HCTBlpB- 

saHHoro K'B neny BepeBKOK), yno- 
Tpe6jaeMbift JJJUT JOBJIH 
HOBB H spyroft pH^Bi. 



CyiHo, HM^iomee Hacunnoft rpyai. 
BejHKoe MarnciepcTBO (MajbiiftcKa- 
ro op^eaa). 



SepnHCTufi. 



HHTbCfl. 

Sepnenie, sepnoBanie. 



; sep- 



[lepBoe nan Kpynnoe CHTO, rpoxon 

Bl> nOpOXOBOMT. IIpOHSBO^CTB'B. 

JKejiso s ia sepnema. 
Annapait 
xamraa. 



Granulating. 



257 



Grating. 



9599. second granulating sieve, 
art. 

9600. third granulating sieve, 
art. 

9601. toothed rollers of the gra- 
nulating machine. 

9602. Granulation, s. 

9603. grape-case, art. 
960i. grape-shot, ar,t. 

9605. Graphite, s. 

960C. Graphometer, s. 

$607. Grapnel or grapllng, s. 

960^. boatrgrapnel. 

9609. fire-grapnel or iron grap- 
nel. 

9610. four clawed grapnel with- 
out flukes. 

9611. fluked grapnel. 

9612. hand-grapnel. 

iron grapnel. V. fire grap- 
nel. 

9633 to warp by means of a grap- 
nel. 
961 -i. Grapple, v. a, and n. 



961b. Grappling, s. 

grappling iron. V. fire or 
iron grapnel. 
Grasp, s. 



9616. 

9617. Grasp, v. a 

9618. 

9619. 



Grasshopper engine, St. 

eng. 
Grate, s. 



9623. 
9624 



9620. bars of the grate, st. eng. 

9621. grate for heating shot, art. 

9622. Grate, v. a. and n. 



Grater, s., tecbn. 
Grating, s. 

batten of the grating. V. 

batten. 

grating deck. Y. deck. 

grating or drain for newly 

tarred ropes. V. drain. 

hatch-grating. 

grating of the head, 
to lay over the gratings. 
leaden grating, techn. 

magazine lantern grating, 
grating's surface, st. eng. 

to take off the grating. 
limber grating or grillage. 



9625. 
9626. 

9627. 
9628. 

9629. 
9630, 

9631. 
9632. 



reuoir. 

egalisoir, sous-egalisoir. 
cylindres cannetes. 

granulation, grenage, reduction en 

grains, 
boite ;t milraille. 
grappe de raisin, mitraille, sachet 

de mitraille. 
graphite, plombagine. 
graphometre. 
grappin, croc, harpon, harpeau, 

fer. 

grappin de chaloupe. 
grappin d'abordage. 

chatte. 

herisson, risson. 
grappin a main. 



grapiner. 

grapiner, accrocher, croquer, ar- 
reter, attacher, aramber, har- 
per; en venir aux mains, aux 
prises; aller, en venir a 1'abor- 
dage; combattre. 

accrochement, etreinte, combat, 
lutte a corps. 



prise, poignee; mains, grifles; pos- 

session; pouvoir. 
empoigner; saisir, gripper, tenir, 

prendre avec la main. 
machine a balancier libre. 

gril; grille; grillage, treillis; jalousie, 



Bxopoe aepuoBajBHoe CHTO. 
TpexBe sepnojajBHoe CHTO. 



3y6iaTtie 



HJH BOJIKH BI 

MaimnrL. 



KapxeiB Bfl3aHnafl, 



KoniKa, Heiupexi-poriS 
aan. 



$Hini,-flpeK'b, 
Kiii 



ct noMonuio 

3aKJiaj,EiBaTi) rani, sauinntt, ci;6- 
nHTtca, 
H.HTH na 



ie; cxsaTita, 6opB6a; PJKO- 



barres, verges du gril. 
gril a rougir les boulets. 

gratter, raper, frotter, racier, heur- 
ter, choquer, froisser, grincer. 

rape, racloir. 

egouttoir, grille, grillage, treillis; 
guichet, couloir. 



caillebotis, treillis. 

plancher de la poulaine, plateforme 

de 1'eperon. 
mettre en place les caillebotis.' 

crapaudine. 



guerite. 

surface de grille. 

lever le caillebolis 
grillage. * 



catHMaaie 



; Bjracii. 



MamHHa no 



KOJOCHHKH. 

PimexKa Bt 



Tepeit, 
nixi,, 
Tepna. 



; xpycrBTt, 



noMOcit Ha rajn.Ht. 



JK)KH. 

, HHTHHK^, nojnaTHHK'b; 

saj;BH;i;Hofi JIHCTI 



PtmexKa y KpronxKailepHaro 4>ona 
pa; npOBOJio^Haa ctTKa 

IIjiomaji;B ptmeiKii; 
nonepxHocTB. 

Oxh-puxi,, CHAXB piiuexjaTLifi 



Gratuity. 



258 



Grease. 



9633. Gratuity, S. 

9634. Grave, v. a. and n. 

9635. Gravel, S- 

9636. gravel for ballast. 

9637. coarse gravel or planter. 

9638. mass of gravel in a river. 

9639. Gravel, v. a. 

9640. Gravelly bottom. 

9641. Graver, S., teclm. 

9642. diamond - pointed graver, 
techn. 

9643. flat graver, terhn. 
lozenge graver. V. diamond 
pointed graver. 

9644. round graver, techn. 

9645. sharp graver, techn. 

9646. small flat graver, techn. 

9647. square graver, techn. 

turning graver, techn. V. 
square graver. 

9648. Gravlmeter, s,, teclm. 

9649. Graving, s. 



graving dock. V. dock. 
9 650. graving pieces. 



9651. graving ship. 
96b2' graving tool, techn. 

9653. Gravitation, s. 

9654. Gravity, s. 
.9651. absolute gravity. 

centre of gravity. V. cen- 
tre. 
9636. fores or power of gravity. 

9657. relative gravity. 

9658. specific gravity. 
9639. Graze, s., art. 



9660. first graze, art. 

9661. grazing fire, art. 

9662. grazing shot, art. 

9663. Grease, s. 

grease box or cup. Y. 
box, , 

9864- grease chamber of the nave 
or axletree-box, techn. 

grease cock. -V. cock. 

9665. molten grease, techn. 

9666. grease-tin, techn. 

9667. wheel grease, techn. 



gratification, supplement. 

tailler, graver, sculpter, ciseler, 
buriner; suiver, donner le suif 
ou courai a un vaisseau, espal- 
mer, palmer. 

gravier, gros sable. 

sablure. 
gravois. 
jayeau. 

couvrir de gravier, sabler, embar- 
rasser, engager dans le sable. 

fond de gravier. 

graveur, burin, cisoir, poinQon, 
ciselet, maloir. 

poine.on a grain d'orge, burin lo- 
sange. 

poinc.on plat. 



echoppe. 

onglet. 
onglette. 

burin carre\ 



gravmietre. 

gravure; courai, oeuvres de maree. 



pieces de bois placees dans lesplan 
ches defectneuses. 

cale de radoub. 
pointe, ciselet. * 
gravitation, pesanteur. 
gravite, pesanteur. 
pesanteur absolue. 



force de gravite. 
pesanteur respective, 
pesantear sp^cifique. 
bond, rasement. 



distance du premier bon du pro- 
jectile, 
feu, tir rasant. 

coup rasant. 

graisse, crasse, oing, suif. 



degagement, evasement de la boie- 
de roue. 



gras fondu, gras fondure. 
godet a graisse- , 

coudran, vieux oing, graisse. 



Harpaatjenie, 
ir.anie. 



caiOMi, HHCXHXB 



IpaBift, 

necoKt 
Kpynimft necoKi JM 
Mycopt, 



, Apecsa, EpymmB 



H3T> naHocHaro necKy. 
EocunaTt necKOMx, onycKaTh, cia- 

BHTt BT> neCOKl.. 

IleciaHoe JHO. 

rpasepi; pfeenji, rpa5- 



Kocoyro-iBHuft p 
pfaen,i. 



fflTHXejIIi. 



nna, Koioporo rpasepH 
no cyxoMy 



rpa6- 



MocKitt 



HSMtpenia y^Batnaro Btca. 
CMasusaHie; n 
?acra cyjina, 



OHO, npn 
crnt. 



ociaexca na 



BcxaBKH BI nonopxHEranxc^ 
cxaxi. oCrnHBHUxt H 

JOCOKl. 

3jHnn> flja no^HHKH 



Tflroxtnie, xaaiecxB. 



Cnaa 

xaaiecxB. 
xaa;ecxi,, 
Bopos^a, 

npn ero npHKocHOBemH ct seu- 
aero; nepsoe uicxo na^ema caa- 



nepsaro 

oroHB 
najii>6a 

HaCXHJIBHHfi BBICXp^JIl. 

}TiHpi>, caao, KoaoMasB, CMasna, cua- 



OxBepciie Bt 
Koaeca, BI Eoxopoe ncxaBjiaexcs 

B3..17, H.1H OCB. 



sapt HJIH caao: 
KyBinHHt naa. xpaseait 
MaxepiajOB'B. 

Koiccna-i 



Grease. 



259 



Gripe. 



9668. grease of a wheel, lee hn 

9669. Grease, V. a. 

9670. Greasing, S. 

9671. by the great, C. 

9672. great circle sailing. 

9673. Greek Ore, art. 

9674. Green artillerist, art. 

9675. green earth. 



9676 
9677 
9678 

9679. 
9680. 



9681. 



green-horn. 
green sand, techn. 
green-sand casting ormoul 
ding, techn. 
green wood, DOt. 
Greenheart, or Aecourl 
broad, or Murisilmlli, s 
bot (nectandra Rodlacl] 
Greenwich hospital. 



9682. Greenwich meridian. 

9683. Grenade, s., art. 

9684. hand-grenade, art. 

9685. well-grenade, art. 

9686. grey-colour. 

9687. grey metal. 
9588. Gridiron, s. 



9689. gridiron valve, St. eng. 

9690. Grind, v. a. and n. 



9691. to grind ores, techn. 

. Grinder, s. 



9693. Grinding, s. 

9694. grinding, mill or wheel, 
techn. 

9695. Grindstone, techn. 

9696. Gripe, s. 



9697. cooper's gripe, techn. . 

9698. felloe gripe or cramp. 

fore -gripe. V. fore. 

9699. gripe-pin, techn. 

9700. gripe of a Ship. 

9701. gripe of a sword-handle, 
m. o. a. 

9704. Gripe, v. 
9703. Griping, s: 



cambouis. 

graisser, oindre, frotter, tacher avec 

la graisse. 
graissage, suivage. 
en gros, en bloc, 
navigation par le grand cercle. 

feu gregeois. 

artilleur novice. 

terre verte, vert de montagne. 



novice, blanc-bec. 

sable vert. 

moulage en chassis (en sable un 

peu humide et maigre). 
bois vert, 
cedre jaune. 



hopital de Greenwich. 



meridien de Greenwich, 
renade, olle. 

grenade a main, 
renade de rempart, de fosse". 

couleur grise. 

fonte grise. 

poutres reunies ensemble servant 
a placer dessus un navire pour 
1'inspecter ou le radouber durant 
le reflux. 

soupape a guide, k lanterne. 

aiguiser, emoudre, moudre, affller, 
broyer, pulveriser, macher, ro- 
der; se moudre, se broyer, s'ai- 
guiser, s'affiler. 

jocarder les minerals. 

emouleur, broyeur; meule a aigui- 
ser; rodoir. 

etnoulage, broiement. 
aiguiserie. 

meule a aiguiser, a emoudre, meu- 
liere, meulard, pierre brulee. 

ien; prise, poignee, etreinte, serre- 
ment, pression; piece inferieure 
de taillemer, Hauban, risse, drisse 
de cha loupe. 



hien de lounelier. 
ien double de jante. 



clef de lien. 

partie inferieure de taillemer. 
>oignee. 

mpoigner, saisir, gripper, serrer, 
presser, fermer; venir an vent, 
prise, serrement, pression. 



BT> Koaecax-B, 
H up. 



FypxojrB, OHTOMT,. 
EljiaBaHie no OKpysnocxH 

Kpyra. 
FpeiecKift oroHB, saatHraxejiBHHii: co- 

cxaB-B. 
HeontiTHBifi apTHuepHCTt, JIOBH- 



Bejenaa BeponcKaa sen-ia (po^Tt BOH- 

HOH KpeMHCKHCJOH 

ct cowpaaHieMt KajH a 



Cupaa 4opMOBOH0aa. SCMJ/I 
<J)opMOBisa HJH 



Cupoft, He cymeHHu 



COBi. 



6oraji;4jii>H^; JOMI npa- 
paHCEHx-b H npecTaptjinxt 
0(J)Hn;epOBii H Maxpo- 



FpaHaxa. 

^Haa rpaHaia. 
Pyieaa rpanaxa. 
Ciptift njBixT. . 
CipuS nyryni. 

HOMOCXt HJIH B33Ka ZZT, 

HEIX'B 6pyCB6B^, RJIO. HOCXaHOBKK 

Ha Hero cyina ^aa ocMoxpa HJH 
HcnpaBienia BO spena oxiHBa. 
anaffB co cxepateeMB, KOHHTCCKiS 
KJianaH7>. 
MOJIOXB, XOJOIB; xepexB, npoxupaiBj 

XO^HXB. 



TOJOIB py^y. 
aCKOxepi, 
HUH KaMeHB, atepHOBt; HHcxpy- 



panic. 



xo^eHie, xpenie, npaxa- 



axie, XBaxna, py^Ka; rpens, KO- 
poxeHBKia cxponn HJIH niiiH c't 
H ranaMH, ynoxpe6iae- 



na pocxepax-B, BO speiw 

, opysie 
H. 
CB33B y 



CBB. 



Hani, 6oaxi. 
'pent, mcK 

y ca6^H HJIH mnarH. 



XBaxaxB, 



; pa- 



xatie, 



Griping. 



260 



Grooving. 



9704. Griping, adj. 



9705. 
9706. 



9707. 
9708. 
9709. 
9710. 



griping; ship. 

Grit, gridstone, 
stone grit. 



or mill- 



refractory grit. 

sharp grit. 

Grog, s. 

Gromet or groinmet, 



S. 



9711. Shot-grommet, art. 

9712. Grouman or groumant: 

name given by the northern 
Russians to the Spitzber- 
gen. 

9713. Groove, S. 



groove or hollow of an an- 
vil. Y. anvil. 
9714. groove in a barrel stave. 



97 la. groove or channel in the 
bed of a topmast. 

9716. groove, bedding, or hol- 
ding for a gunbarrel, m. o. a. 

9717. groove of a board, techn. 

9718. groove in a dovetailed piece 
of wood, techn. 

9719. groove of the laying top, 
techn. 

9720. to make a groove or cut. 

9721. groove or notch made with 
an axe, techn. 

9722. pitch of the groove, art. 

9723. groove or gorge, or score 
of a pulley. 

9724. groove of the rammer spring 
or tail-pipe m. o. a. 

9725. groove of rolling cylinders, 
lechn. 

9726. groove bed, or flated part 

of the signal rocket- stick, 
art. 

9727. groove rounding. 

9728. semi-groove or rebate. 

9729. groove of sight, art. 



9730. spiral groove of a gun, art 

9731. to take the grooves, art. 

9732. groove and tongue joint, carp 

9733. trigger- groove, m. o. a. 
turn of the groove. Y. pilch 
of the groove 

9731. Groove, v. a. 



Grooving. V. groove. 
Grooving of a musket-stock 
Y. fore end of the musket 

stock. 
973K. Droving ar.ri tonguing, e 



ardent, ravier. 

vaisseau ardent. 

sable, gravier, gres, recoupe, pous- 
siere de pierre, limaille de me- 
tal. 

res refractaire. 
res a., aiguiser, de remouleur. 

grog. 

rse, anneau de corde, bague, es- 
trope; fuseau de 1'aviron, cor- 
dage sans fin, daillot. 

cordage arrange pour coutenir les 
boulets immobiles, bors de leur 
emploi durant le combat, 
ronman ou groumanl nom sous 
lequil les habitants de la Russie 
Se.ptentrionale (Mer Blanche) de- 
signent le Spilzberg. 

rainure-, rayure, coulisse, goujure, 
feuillure, cannelure; trou, en- 
taille, rablure , canal, gorge; 
jable; goutette, coche, cavite, lo- 
gement, puits de mine. 



able, rainure. 

engoujure, clan. 

canal, logement du canon. 

rainure. 

queue d'aronde creusee. 

toupin, cabre, cochoir. 

tracer en creux. 

rainure. 

pente de la rayure. 

gorge, goujure. 

cuillcran. 

cannelure. 

louge de la baguette. 



conge, 
feuillure. 
cran de mire. 



helice, rayure. 
entrer dans les rayures. 
assemblage k rainure et languetlc, 
appareil de detente. 



canneler; rayer; creuser, sillonner; 
carabiuer; evider; faire une rai- 
nure ou coulisse. 



operation de rainer ou d'assembler 



PilCKJIHBblH, CBOficXBO pUCKaXB Kk 

flixpy. 

PblCKJlHBOe CyflHO. 

necoKi>; Kauemiaa IIHJB; rpyGufi 
itpeMHHCxbifi necianHHKi; Mycopi, 

OHHJIKH. 

OrHeynopnuft 



Iporb. 

KpeHre.ibC'b, BepesoiHoe KOJbn,o, aa 

KOTOpOMT. nOflHHMaiOX'b CTaKCCJU 

no ieepy; cxponKa y secjia. 
KoHeii,i> BepeBKH, npacnocofijieHHHfi; 
SJia yjepaiHsania a^pa, npa yno- 
Tpe6aeHiH BO speua cpaa;eHia. 
yMaH't HJH TpyMaHTi: xaKi> 6tio- 
Hopn,u nasuBajOTt ocxpOBi ninnn- 
GepreHt. 



, nasi,, BueiiEa; maxxa; 
t Kaeaii opy^ia, ^o- 



IIO;KKU. 



y Kpaa COIKH na Bnyi- 
penHofiea iiosepxaocTH, 
ex. 
BI ranop't 



JKejofiT. na pyjKefino'ft lOHtt 
cxaojia. 

HJIH BIJJOjfi'll Bt> 
1 3aMK-B B1> 
RHHa XBOCXa. 

JKejtofioifb na 'iypK'h, Ha 



6nri>, 

HJIH 2:6^061, 

TOIlOpOMl 

KpyiHsna naptsKM, ^Jinna HJIH mare 



CTpona. 

HJIH seafonaK Tpy6oMi;a y 
JIOSJH, flJia npoxo^a luounojta. 
Hapisisa, a;eJio6T,, pyifcH npOKainaro 



Duenna BI BepxHCMi. Kon^, paK6T- 
naro XBOCTa,, jja iioMtmenia xy^a 

paKCTHOft THJIhSU. 

IIojiy<i;cao6i>. 

BUCMKa HJIH flOpOHIKa. 

npimtia, aapyfiKa st npn- 
CpycKt, ^pesi, Koxopyio 
CMOxpax r r> npa 

naptsKa BT> 

B1> HapfeKII 

innynxi H 



5Kejo6nxB; nasHxt, JOJIO'HXI.; aapi- 
oaxt, ^iaaib napisKH, BUflaji6,iH- 
ninyHXODaxb. 



cBassa BI 



Grooving. 



261 



Ground. 



owe and tongue-jointing, gro- 
oving, matching, carp. 

9736. grooving iron, techn. 

9737. grooving plane, techn. 

9738. iros*. a. and s. 

9739. by the gross, or in the 

gross , C 

9740. gross effect, techn. 

9741- gross power, st. eng. 

9742. gross pressure. 

9743. gross-tounage, C. 

9744. gross weight, C. 

9745. Ground, s. 



ground charcoal. V- char- 
coal. 

clay ground. V. clayey 

bottom. 

9746. dismounted ordname lying 
upon the ground, art. 

9747. to feel or touch the ground 
when at anchor. 

9748. flainty ground. 

foul ground. V. foul. 

9749. good or bad holding ground. 

gravel ground. V. gravelly 

bottom. 

9750. green ground. 

9751. ground plane or ground 
plan. 

9752. ground plate, template, or 
templet, techn. 

9753. quality of ground for hol- 
ding. 

9754. sandy ground. 

9755. ground-sea. 

9756. sharp ground or sharp bot- 
tom. 

9757. shelly ground. 

9758. shifting ground. 

9759. slimy or muddy ground. 

9760. ground-shore. 

9761. to sound the ground. 

9762. ground strakeorsandstrake. 
V. garboard-strake 

9763. to strike or to touch the 

ground. 

9764. ground-swell. 

9765. ground-tackle. 



to take ground. V. to strike 
ground. 
9766. ground-tier. 



to touch the ground. V 
strike the ground. 
9767. gr*iuui tow. 



to 



a rainure et languette. 

fer du bouvet. 

bouvet. 

tout, gros; masse; grosse^ 

en bloc, en masse, en somme, en 

gros. 
effet dynamique. 

puissance par 1'indicateur. 
pression lotale. 
tonuage brut. 

poids brut. 

terre, terrain, champ; fondy fon- 
dement; carreau, plancher, assiet- 
te; assise; cause, sujet. 



bouche a feu sur le ventre. 
sentir le s6me. 
fond de cailloutage. 
bonne ou mauvaise tenue. 



fond de pre. 

plan, projection horizontale, trac6. 

sole, sabliere. 



tenue. 

fond de sable. 

coup de mer du fond. 

fond de roches aigues. 

fond de coquilles brisees, pourries. 

fond mouvant. 

fond mou. 
palee. 

sonder le fond. 



talonner, donner un coup de talon, 

toucher le fond, trouver fond, 
lame de fond, ressac. 

garniture des ancres. 



premier plan. 



second brin de chauvre. 



num. 

Ocxpie 
ii 
, rypxoBofi; uacca, rpocci. 

OnxoMi, rypxoM-B. 



ciiaa 
cuaa. 
DoaHoe 
FpyCoe,, npH6an3HTeabiioe aciHcae- 

nie BMicTHxeabHocTn cyi,na. 
BaaoBofi B^CI, CT. nocyfloii, dpyiro; 
Senas, noTOa; IHO, rpynxi, noil. 
bcnoBa 



, cnaxoe co cianEa aa 

JJO. 

Kacaibca ^ea, cwn na flKOpi. 
IpyHTi, Hst MeaEaro 



Xopomift HIH 
rpyHTi. 



TpaBSHHCTHH, THHHCTHH 



npo3Ki;ia. 



; pan a; 
nanxa M& ycianoBKii 



rpynia aKopnaro wticia. 



rpyaTt t 



jl,uo ct ocTptimi 



paKOBHH1>. 

DepenocHiift, n 



sasKoe SHO, aaHCTHfi rpyHTt. 

CBafi, BKOaOTCHHHXl Bi 36MJID 



j(jiz 



o IHO, KocnyiBca 

IiaCKOMHTb Ha MCJh 
IlpH6oft KpyTMXl BOJH^, 
DO MeaKOBOflfcK). 

06nee HaaBaHie BCBXI npnnajaen:- 
HOCTCH: aKopefi, n.'feneH, KanaTOBi, 
H raBaproBOBi, yno- 



iia na peiijl; y 6epera BJH 



Hnxnifi aart Haa 

TBOKOBi Bi 



WE 



HSiueHBKH Bropofi 



Ground. 



262 



Gudgeon. 



9768. ground-ways. 
9768 2 Ground, v. a. 



9769. fo ground arms. 

9770. Gronndage, s. (v. also an- 
chorage) C. 

9771. Grounds, s. 

9772. Graut, s., st. eng. and 
techn. 

9778. Grout, v. a., st. eng. and 
techn. 

9774. Grouting, s. 

9775. Grow, v. n. 



9776. to grow deeper. 

9777. the cable grows. 
9778: the sea is much grown. 

Grummet V. hemp-washer. 
Gnage. V. gauge. 
8779. Guajac, s. 



9780. Guard, s. 

guard-boards. V. channel. 
guard-boat. V. boat. 

9781. bow of the trigger guard, 
in. o. a. 

coast guard. Y. coast. 

9782. galley slave guard. 

9783. guard for injection lever, 
st. eng. 

9784. guard-irons. 



9785. guard not. 



9786. pipe of a trigger-guard, m. 
o. a. 

9787. rear-guard. 

9788. safe-guard. 

9789. guard-ship. 

9790. stud of trigger guard, m.o.a. 

9791. guard of a sword, m. o. a. 

9792. trigger : guard, m. o. a. 

9793. van-guard. 

9794. guard-vessel. 

9795. Guard, v. a. and n. 



9796. Gudgeon or gouging, or 
goodgeon, s. 



'couches des tins. 

mettre a terre, _poser a, sur la teire 
asseoir; mettre a sec, echouer 
toucher, faire c6te; tirer a terre 
un navire pour le radouber ou 
carener. 

poser les armes -a terre. 

droil d'ancrage. 

sediment, lie, fond. 

coulis, mortier* liquide, ciment. 

remplir de coulis, de mortier li 

quide. 

jointoyement. 
appeler, se tendre, etre tendu; gros- 

sir. i 

sommer. 

le cable appele. 

la mer a grossi. 



guajac. 



;arde, defense, guet; sous-garde, 
corps de garde; main courante. 



pontet. 

pertuisaniers. 

garde pour levier d'injection. 

defeuses ou barres de fer courbe, 
qui enlourent la figure de la pou- 
laine en differents sens. 

terme indiquant, qu'on a empeche 
1'abordage de 1'ennemi; ce mot 
desigue aussi les filets de bas- 
tingage, dout on entoure un na- 
vire. 

taquet d'ecusson ou de sous-garde. 



arrie're-garde. 

sauve-garde. 

garde-c6te, vaisseau de garde, vais- 

seau ou amiral garde-c6te, 8ta- 

tionnaire. 
pivot. 

croisee, garde de sabre, 
sous-garde. 

avand-garde. 

patache. 

garder, defeudre, proteger; escor- 
ter, convoyer; conserver; se te- 
nir, 6lre sur ses gardes ou en 
garde; parer; se preserver, se 
garantir; prevenir. 

goujon, femelot; femelle, rose; ma- 
melon; broche, pivot, tourillon, 
axe; cheville de fer. 



noji, 

K'JiaCXB , UOJOffiHXB , OCHOBBIBaTB; 

cxaxB Ha MCJIB, pasfiHTBCa; Buia- 
m,HXB, nocTaBHTB cyfliio Ha Gc- 
peri, ^JI 



pysBe KT> Hori. 

a nomjHHH. 



, OTCTOH, 

HSBeCTKOBBIH paCTBOpl. 



pacTBOpoiai,. 



3aiHBKa, 



o Kanaxi); 
pa o 



(roBO- 



rjydaie. 
aeTT>,cx 

OH6HB yBeiHIHJIOCB. 



CMOJIH, 
H3t paciymaro Bt 

, nasuBaeMaro CaKayn. 



Cxpaata, KapayjJi,; rBapjjia; 
xpaHeiiie; qacoBofi, 

y ranara; nopyienB 



CnycKOBaa citooa (y 



Cipaata na^ KaxopaiHHKaMH Ha ra- 
aept. 

orb oxja^aioni,aro Kpana. 



OKOBKH BOKpyri HOCOBOU 

ciaxyii, p,a.n oxpaneHW ea. 



Tepjura-B, osHa^aioiiu'ft nouixy ne- 
iipiaxejiK) BI a6opjia!Ki; xaKxe 
HasBanie a6op^aaHOH CT.TKH, 06- 
nocameflca BOitpyi"B 



UxoposoKi, HJH no^cxaBKa y cny- 

CKOBOH .IHqHHKH HJIH CKo6aHoS 



Appieprap^i,. 
3xpaHHxejiBHLiH Kapayji, 



HaKjaji;KOBLi& COCOKI y pyaiefinaro 



lepeKpeciBe; nepejtHaa jiyatKa HIE 
cxopoatoKi caOjH. 
CKo6a; 



cy^ao. 
IxepeiB, xpaHHXB, oxpRHaxi; ocxe- 



EPIOIBH CT> nexjiaMH; 
cxepateHB, mHni, innHH^ejB; sepx- 
, OCB, mefiua, naaeii,T>; se- 

60.111. 



Gudgeon. 



263 



bun. 



9977. forge-bellows gudgeon, techn 

9798. port-lid gudgeon. 

9799. rudder-gudgeon. 

9800. gudgeon-socket, techn. 

9801. tumbler-gudgeons, art. 



9802. upright in which a gudgeon 
works, techn. 

9803. gudgeons of a windlass 
techn. 



9804- Giiesus-rope , guess-warp 
or guest-rope. 

9805. Guess-warp room. 



9806. Guide, s. 



9807. guide-bar, st. eng. 

9803. guide-block, st. eng. 
9809. guide-rod, st. eng. 



810. Guide, v. a. 

9811. Guiding collar of an eccen- 
tric, st. eng. 

9812. Guidon, s. 

9813. Guilty, adj. 

9814. to be found guilty. 



9815. not guilty, 

9816. to plead not guilty. 

9817. Guinea-man. 

9818. Gnla, s. 

9819. Guir, s. 

9820. GuUxtreum. 



9821. Gullet, s. 

9822. gullet teeth of a saw-blade, 
techn. 

9823. Gum, s. 

9824. indian gum for paying ves- 
sels. 

9825. gum-lac. 

9826. gum-tree, bot: (acacia gum- 

mlfera, acacia ntlotlca, 

castiloa elasticum). 

9827. Gun, s. art. 



- 



tourillon. 

penture de sabord. 
femelot, rose du gouvcrnail. 
logement de tourillon. 
tourillons de 1'ecrou de la vis 
pointage. 

montant, pilier. 

tourillons de vindas ou guindas. 



cable de remorque. 

espars pour les embarcations. 



de 



guide, conducteur, directeur, direct- 
rice; routier, brancard; boussofe; 
coulisseau, glissoire, glissiere. 

barre ou tige directrice, glissiere. 

glissoire. 

barre ou tige directrice, bielle a 
double bride, coulisse, glissiere 
guide de parallelogramme. 

conduire, guider, diriger, rnener; 
regler, instruire. 

collier de conduite d'un excenlri- 
que. 

guidon, etehdard. 

coupable, con damnable. 

etre convaincu d'un crime et con- 
damne comme tel; etre juge, re- 
connu, declare coupable. 

non coupable. 

se declarer innocent. 

negrier, batiment negrier. 
:ymaise, doucine. 
;olfe, baie, bras de mer; gouffre 

abime. 
e Golfstream. 



Cxofiica, cxepir.eHb y 



fl y nopxa. 
PyieBoft 



HJH B3.ia. 

ll,an$H y rafiKit HJIH Maxisif, B& 
KOTopofi Bpamaexca uo^ieaaiis 

BHHX1>. 

BT, Koxopofi spamaexca B,an- 
^a HJIH oci. 

OCH BT> Koun,ax% 6pain- 
Bpainaromiaca cpeiiinoiocBO- 
eio BT> no^ninnnHKaxi>, 
HHXT, BI GpafflnnjiBHtie 
BaKinxoBi. 

KoHen^>, npoAtxtiH BI Koynn> Cjnst 
KOHi^a ocoOaro Bucxp^jja ci> Kaai 
cxopoHH cyj.Ha^ sa KoxopuS 
i'pe6Htix cy/ca , 
cy^no CXOHX-B ^epxoHHrt. 
Ha KyneHecKHxt cyji;axi, nacxo 
AJia 9xo8 u,tjin yHxept- 



goulet, goulot, gosier, oesophage; 

gorge, goulotte. 
dents de loup. 



;omme. 
aragousti. 



gomme ou resme laque. 
;ommier. 



bouche a feu, piece d'artillerie, 
canon. 



; Eyjnca, 
paa, npaBHjo, 

paiCHB, XBOCTt. 

npaMOJianefiHaro ABH- 



t, OTBOJHKIH pa^iyci, pac- 
nopnaa xara napajuieJitHaro #BH- 



; yKasHBaxt; secxa, npa- 
BHXB, nanpaBiaii, pyKOBO^HTt. 

KOJBU.O 9KCU,eHTpHKa. 



BlIHOBHIJli. 

iipiKiiiaimuMT,, 



BHHOBHtlUI.. 



CBOH> 



He BHHOBHHH. 

Samnmaxt BI 

HOCTB.- 

HerponpOMHmjieHHoe 

CKarb, CKOCI. y noacosii opy^iS. 

SaJIHB'B. 



Teienie BT. 

oKeaHt, H^ymee HSI 
MeKCHKancKaro saaiisa B^OJII BO- 
cioHHaro 6epera CtBepHofi Aae- 

pHKH ^0 HBK>-$OyHS. ; I3HJI,a, OTt 

KOioparo HanpasjaeTca Et sanai;- 
HHMt 6eperaMi> Efiponii. 
lopjio, rjoxKa, npoiHBi. 

3y6^H na 



i, cMOJiHcxoe BemecxBO. 

ocxasi H3i> oco6aro po- 
^a CMOJIH, fljia oKpaniHBaHia cy- 
Ji;oBi. 



iocnaa HJIH CMOJiicia.i anauia , 
erHnexcKifi 



IlyinKa; apiHuiepificKoe opy^ie BO- 
CTBOJII.. 



Gun. 



264 



Gun. 



PARTS OF A GUN: 



1) axis. 

2) base-ring. 

3) base-ring and resistance. 

4) base-ring and ogee. 

5) bore. 



6) bore-bottom. 

7.) bore-diameter or calibre. 

8) breech and ogee. 

9) breech-sight. 

10) bush. 

11) capsquare and key. 



12) cascable. 

13) cascable astragal. 

14) cascable button. 

15) cascable neck, button neck. 

16) chamber. 

17^ chamber-bottom. 

18) chase. 

19) chase-astragal. 

50) chase-neck. 

21) copper-bouche or bouche. 

22) dispart, or muzzle-sight. 

23) dolphins. 

24) elevating screw. 

25) face. 

26) field. 



27) fillet. 

28) first reinforce. 

29) first reinforce-ring. 

30) flat in the Whitworth gun. V 

Wliltworth gun. 

31) gudgeons. 

32) hammer. 

33) noons. 

34) length of the piece 

35) line of sight. 

36) muzzle, mouth. 

37) muzzle-astragals and fiillets. 

38) muzzle-mouldings. 

39) muzzle-quarter. 

40) muzzle sight or dispart. 

41) neck. 

*2) neck-fillet. 

43) ogees. 

44) passage. 

45) patch. 



PARTIES D'UNE BOUCHE A FEU: 



axe, ligne de 1'axe. 

platebande. 

renfort. 

doucine de la culasse. 
ame. 



fond de Tame. 

calibre de Tame. 

cuiasse, doucine de la culasse. 

cran de mire, visiere. 

grain, grain de lumiere. 
platebande, susbande de 1'affut et 
clavette. 

cul de lampe. 

astragale de cul de lampe. 

bouton de cul de lampe. 

collet de cul dc lampe, collet du 

bouton de culasse. 
chambre. 
fond de chambre. 
volee. 



astragale de la volee. 

collet de la volee. 
rain de lumiere. 
bonton de mire, guidon. 

anses. 

vis de pointage. 

tranche. 

champ de lumiere. 



listel. 

premier renfort. 

ceinture de premier renfort. 



touri lions. 

chien perculant, marteau, martc- 

let du percuteur. , 
manivelles. 
longueur de la piece, 
ligne de mire, 
bouche. 
aslragales et listels de la bouche 

moulures. 
guidon de cote. 

bouton de mire, guidon. 

collet. 

listel de collet. 

doucines. 

canal de lumiere, d'amorce. 

bourrelet, tulipe. 



o pyj is: 



OCB 

TopejiBHBiH 

Mexajuia nosa^n 



ua- 



TopesBHaro noaca. 

OTsepciie opynia; y 



y MopTiipi imorfla KOTJIOM^, a y 

pyrceft CTBO.IOMI. 
J^HO Kanaka. 

Kajin6pT> HJIH .niaMCTpi. Kanaka. 
Topejib; TOpeJitntiH cKan.. 
Ilpopfoi HJIH nepra na TopejbHOMi> 

noact . 

O^HHH BHHTT.. 

ct ^eKoro (OKOB- 
y jia<j)eTa noKpHBasamaa n,aH- 



Topejibnaa nacTB opy^ia. 
EIojyKpyrjiEjH HJIH BHnynjiHH 
Ha TopeiBHoft 



Kauopa. 

JI.HO Ka&lOpH. 

J^yjbHaa lacib opyflia, 
jyjibnaro nepexsaia 
sepTjuosneft qacTH. 
HoJiyKpyrjiHS HJIH BtinyKaHft (JipH 
na jyjibHofi lacrii opyfl,ia. 
nepexBaTi. 

, oaipaBO'iHBift BHHTI,. 
MymKa Ha jtyjiBHo 
HJH noadb. 

, ci;o6Bi y 

BHHTl. 

cpfai. 
: JKCJIOCOK-B saxpaBKH, npa 

opyiiaxi>, JJIH 
Ha nero nopoxa. 



opy^ia. 
Measly KaseHHoro n cpe^aero 



MOJIOTOKI. 



opyjua. 
ia npni;4jia. 
Jtyjio, /Kepjio. 

OKpyrjICHHBIH H DJIOCKiR (J)pH3U Ha 

fly-HBHOSTB iiepexBait. 

lOJIOBHOfi HOHCOKl. 

BoKopaa Mymita; BHpisi ct> 60 Ey 



B03BHineHiH 



nepexsarB. 



MyniKa Ha 
HJIH noaci. 



CKOCU. 



yioJimeHie, 



noac*. 



Gun. 



265 



Gun. 



46) rings. 

47) seat of shot in the bore. 

48) second reinforce. 

49) second reinforce ring and ogee. 

50) sight. 

51) sights. 



52) sight-patch. 

53) swell. 

54) swing bed. 

55J tangent scale. 

56) screw of a tangent scale. 

57) slide of a tangent scale. 

58) trunnion. 

59) trunnion coil (in the Arm- 
strong gun). 

60) shoulder of the trunnion. 

61) tumbler. 

62) vent. 

63) vent-field. 



9828. to aim a gun, art. 

air-sun. Y. air. 

9829. Armstrong-gun, art 

9830. gun or artillery practice, art. 

9831. gun badly bored, art. 

gun-barrel. Y< barrel of a 
musket. 

9832. Bessemer-steel gun, art. 



9833. Blakely-gun. 

9834. to blow a gun off, art. 
gun-boat. V. boat. 
bow-clase-gun Y. bow. 

to bowse a gun. Y. bowse 
9835' gun-box for sand casting 
techn. 

9836. breech-loading gun, art. 

9837. gun-breeching, art. 

9838. gun-brig. 

9839. gun-carriage, art. 

9840. gun-cartridge, art. 

9841. gun-case, art. 

9842. cast-iron gun, art. 

9843. centering system for rifle 
guns, art. 



9844. centrical gun, art. 

9845. chambered gun, art. 

9846. to chase or engrave a gun 

rt. 



eintures. 

implacement, logement du boulet. 

econd renfort. 

second renfort, ceintureet doucine. 

mire, bouton de mire, fronteau de 

mire, 
ignes de mire- 



masse de mire, 
bourrelet. 
semelle mobile. 

lausse de mire ou de tir. 

f\s de pression de la hausse. 

ige de la hausse. 

.ourillon- 

bande (canon Armstrong). 

mbase de tourillon. 
ecrou . 

umiere. 

champ de lumiere. 



prendre la mire, 
canon Armstrong, 
tir de canon, 
piece folle. 



bouche a feu faite d'acier fabrique", 
d'apres le systeme de Bessemer, 
directement du mineral ou de la 
gueuse. 

bouche a feu de Blakeley a rayure 
en scie. 

souffler un canon. 



chassis de moulage. 

bouche a feu a charger par la cu- 

lasse. 

brague, combleau. 
brig cononier. 
affut de canon, 
gargousse a canon, 
boite a balles pour canons, 
bouche a feu en fonte. 
systeme bas6 sur le principe de la 

prise d'appui . concentrique a 

1'ame. 

piece bien alesee. 
canon chambre. 

ciseler, graver une piece. 



DOJICBJI. 

M-fecTO BT, Kanaji opyjia, r;rfc 



nacxB 



MyraKa. 

Aflt iepxH na OKOHeinocxaxi opy- 
aia, ojea na xopejiBHOMt noac-fe 
HJH na BepniHHi; xanreHCOBoii ia- 
HHKII, spyraa na 



VTyniKa. 



BT> Koxopyio ynH- 
paexca no^eMHuft BHHXT>. 
b, MHnieHB. 



ift 6pycoKi> BI 



doact ci 
BUXT> 



H y ApMCTponro- 



rjpsMoyroji!>Has 
sanaaa, 

TOpeabHaro noaca ^o nepBaro uao- 
cuaro (j)pH3a nepe^ 
ona 
BI Heft pyjcefiHaro sauna. 



ApMCipOHroBa nyniKa, opynie no 

ApMCxpoHra. 
ApTHJuepificitaa cxpijitCa, apinjue- 

piftcKoe yiCHLe. 

Opyjie ci KPHBIJMT> KaiiajioMt, HC- 
BHCBepjeHnoe. "'.' 



cxajiH Beccwepa, no- 



jiyiaeMofi 
pyflti HJH 
BanoKi. 
Haptsnoe opy^ie no cncTent 



OnoKa 



pauti RHH <J>OPMOBKH 



Opyjie, aapaataromeeca 



6pHi"B. 
cxaHOKt. 



Kapxe'iB 

^yryHHoe opy^ie. 

Cncxeua Hapt3HHXT> opy^ifi, BI KO- 

xopBixi cnapajT, BO speMa npo- 

xoatfleHifl Kanaia npn BticxptJit 

ueaxpHpyexca. ' 
Opyjue, BtpHo BHCBepjieHHoe. 
KaMepnoe opyxie, dpy^ie CT> i;aMe- 

poro. 
OxieKaiiHXB, BUieKannxB, npons- 

secxB neKaHHyio pafioxy (s 

na HOBOMI 



Gun. 



Gun. 



9847. to clay a gun, art. 

9848. coil principle for rifled 
art. 



9849. compressing principle for rif- 
led guns, art. 



9850. gun with a truncated cone 
chamber, art. 

9851. to cool a gun in action, art. 

9852. gun-cotton, art. 



9853. cylindrical gun, -art. 

9854. Dahlgren's gun, art. 
gun-deck. V. deck. 

9855. to depress a gun, art. 

9856. gun-detachment, art. 

9857. to dismount a gun, art. 

9858. to dismount a gun by par- 
buckle, art. 

9859. to dismount the enemy's 
guns, art. 

9860. to dispart a gun, art. 



double barrelled gun. V. 
double. 

9861. gun-drill or exercise, art. 

9862. to droop at the muzzle (of a 
gun), art. 

9863. to engrave a gun, art. 



9864. gun-engraver, techn 

9865. evening-gun, art. 

9866. to examine a gun, art. 

9867. expansion system for rifled 
guns, art. 



9868. field gun, art. 

9869. gun-fire, art. 

9870. to fire a gun, art. 

987 1 . gun fired to hai.l a ship, art. 

9872. gun fired with powder, art. 

9873. gun fired for sailing, art. 

9874. five-barrelled gun, art. 



9873. gun-flat,Y. Whltworth gun-. 

9876. gun-fork, art. 

9877. garrison gun, art. 

9878. gun-gear, or gunner's gear, 
art., 

9879. to give the direction to a 
gun, to take the line of di- 
rection in ordnance, art. 

9880. gun for grapshot or lan- 
grage, art. 



enclouer un canon. 

principe, qui consiste a former le 
canon d'un lube inlerieur. sur 
lequel ou roule en spirale deux 
ou plusieurs couches successives 
de bandes de melal chaud. 

principe de la compression, sur le- 
quel est base le sysleme Arm- 
strong a rayures fines aiusi que 
le canon prussien. 

canon encampanne, canon en cam- 
pane. 

rafraichir un canon. 

fulmi-coton , poudre - colon, colon 
Irempe d'acide nilrique ou nilro- 
sulfurique. 

sotereau. 

canon Dahlgr^n. 

plonger un canon, incliner une 
piece sous 1'horizon. 

canonniers et servauls pour le ser- 
vice des bouches a feu." 

demonter un canon, descendre une 
piece de son affut. 

faire descendre une piece le long 
des poulrelles <te manoeuvre. 

demonter 1'artillerie ennemie. 

egaliser une piece. 



service des bouches a feu. 
saigner du nez, devenir courbe 

par le tir. 
graver, ciseler une piece. 



ciseleur, graveur. 
coup de retraite. 

visiler, faire visile a, semerun canon. 

principe d'expansion, sur lequel est 

base un systeme de canons rayes. 



piece de campagne. 

canon, coup de retraite, de re veil, 

de diane. 
tirer un canon, 
coup a heler un vaisseau. 
coup a poudre. 
coup de parlance. 

Iriclrac. 



chevalet d'arquebuse, de mous- 

quel. 

cajion de place, 
apparlenances des bouches a feu. 

aligner la piece, diriger la ligne de 
mire. 

grelier. 



SaiuenaTB opyaie. 



H3l CnHpajbHHX'L BHTKOBT. HaBH- 

TUXT> Ha BHyTpennift CTBOJI HJIH 
ipySy. 



opyjifi, npn Koropofi cna- 

BJKHMaiOTCa IIpH BHCTptjl-B 

BT> Hapiau CBoeio MaritoK) 060- 



HyniKa 
Konyca 



oxjiaa;AaTL 

nopoxi>. 



Opy^ie, 



Opy,nie 
HaKjonatB opyjie. 
Opy^ifinaa npucjiyra. 



CHSTI, co ciaHKa HJH ci 

opyaie. 
CnycKaib opyji,ie B^OJB no 

C6HTB 



BBicoiy MyiiiKH Ha 
HOMI iioact H.IH BticoTy cauoro 
jyjLiiaro noaca BPOBCHI, c% TO- 

KOflCOMt. 



IIpOJ13- 



ApTHjjiepificKoe 

OTli BHCTptJlOBT). 



HCKanHyio paCoxy 

Ha HOBOMl) 



Beiepnaa sapeaaa nymna. 
B opy^ie. 

opy^ifi, npn Koxopoft caa- 
ci MarKOK) ofioaovKoio pac- 
oxi jtHCTsia nopoxo- 
BUX-B rasoB'L aapa^a B^ 



opy^ie. 

Bapesaa nymisa. 

' itri "'.Hi^(t Oj .,- 

S'B nymKH. 
H ocTanoBJienia cy^ua. 

XOJIOCTOH BHCTpijTB. 

cTpiji H3t nyniKH, iipn 
CT, aKopa. 

sBanie opyjiia o nain 
Haxo.a.ani.aroca BI PHM^ y Bopoiii 
KptnociH CB. Anrejia. 



HJIH BHJKa, aa 
MymKex-B npn 
KptnocTHoe opywe. 
ApTHjrjiepiftcKaa HJIH nyme'maa npn- 



opy^iro Ha,pe;i;aiitee HanpaB- 



MS. jpodH, 



Gun. 



267 



Gun. 



9881. grooved gun, art. 

9882. half gun shot, art. 

9883. hand gun, art (anc). 

9881. gun-harpoon. 



9885. to haul guns, art. 

9886. gun-heads, art. 

9887. heavy guns, art. 

9888. hollow cast gun, art. 

9889. honeycombed gun, art. 

9890. hooped gun, art. 

9891. to house a gun, art. 

9892. to house a gun athwart, art. 

9893. to house a gun fore and aft, 
art, 

9894. Krupp's gun, art. 

9895. Lancaster gun, art. 

9896. to lay a gun, art. 

9897. to lay a gun by Ihe line of 
metal, art. 

9898. to lay a gn point blanc, 
with the object, art. 

9899. to lay a gun under metal, 
art. 



9900. light guns, art. 

9901. to limber up the gun, art. 



9902. to load a gun, art. 
9902 s . gun-lock, m. o. a. 

9903. to man, fight or work the 
gun, art. 

9904. to mark on a gun-barrel the 
quantiry of metal to be filed 
off, m. o. a. ' 

9905. gun-metal, art 
9905 s minute-gun, art. 

9906. gun-model or pattern, art. 

9907. monster-gun, art. 

9908. morning gun, art. 

9909. gun-mould, art 

9910. to dry the interior of a gun- 
mould, art. 

9911. to mount a gun upon the 
carriage, art. 

9912. muzzle loading gun or muz- 
zle-loader, art. 

991 2 2 naval gun, art. 

9913. Parrott-gun, art. 
gun-pendulum. V. pendu- 

. I urn 

9914. percussion-gun, m. o. a. 

9915. percussion-hammer for a gun, 

m. o. a. 

9916. pivot-gun, art. 

9917. gun-port, art. 

9918. gun-powder, art. 



canon ou fusil raye. 

demi-port6e de canon. 

haque, hacquebute ou haquebute 
coulevrine a main. 

harpon pour la p6che des baleines 
mais qu'on lauce au moyen d'un 
canon ou d'un mousquelon. 



baler les canons, 
sornmets (culasse). 
grosse artillerie. 

canon coule creux ou a noyau, 
piece chambree. 

canon cercle, canon a rubans. 
mettre un canon a la serre, serrer 

le canon, 
serrer ua canon a travers du vais- 

seau. 
serrer un canon alonge contre le 

bord. 

canon de Krupp. 
canon de Lancastre. 
mettre en mire, pointer, viser un 

canon, 
pointer par la ligne de.mire nalu- 

relle vers le but en blanc. 
pointer une piece de maniere, que 

la ligne de 1'axe soil horizontale. 
mettre un canon hors d'eau. 



artillerie legere. 
mettre 1'avant-train, 



charger un canon. 

platine. - 

servir les cai ons, les pieces. 

oucher. 



bronze, airain. 
canon decharge de minute en mi- 
nute. 

modele pour le moulage en sable, 
canon moustre. 

coup de canon de Diane, 
moule de canon. 

mettre un moule en recuit, flam- 

ber un moule. 
monter une piece. 

canon qui se charge parlabouche. 

canon naval, 
canon Parrott. 



fusil a percussion, a piston, 
percuteur, chien percutant. 

canon sur pivot. 

sabord. 

poudre a canon. 



Haptsnoe opyjue HJH 
Ha iiOji'L-BucTpiua. 
CxapHnnaa pyiaaa nymisa. 

Konte HJIII ocipora, rapnyn-r., KOTO- 

ptlH BHCTptjIHBaiOTl H31> nyniKH 

BMtcio fipocania pyKOK): ocipora 
H3i. ciajiHj K?> nefi 

, a KT. ivfenii sepeBRa. 
nepexacioiBaxB opy^ia. 
opyiia. 



EyuiKa OTjHtaa CT> 

Opyjie, HMiiomee paKOBHHH na no- 



opyjtie BT> cy^no; 
opyjiie no noxojHOMy. 
opyjie noneperi, K0pa6jia. 



opy^ie 



6opra. 



Opy^ie Kpynna H3i> JIHTOH 
JLaHKacxepcKoe opy^ie. 
opy^ie. 



t opy^ie no HaxypajtBofi 
annin 

opyjpe BI 

npano na npejueTi, 
nymra no^naih same ropn- 

30HTa,B03BIJCIITB; HaMOHHTB Opy- 

flie TaKij, ^xo6n ne nono^aii. Bt 
nero SOJKJB. 
lersaa apinjuiepia. 

opyjtie na nepe^OKi; no- 
, najioaiHTB Ha 
nepeflKH 
SapaataTB 



y 

i> opyji,ia. 
na noBepxHOCTH 
jjia noEasaHU sa CKOIBKO 
ofixoiHTB ero. 
ApTH-uepificKifi, 

^pest 



,pa OTJIHBKH opyja . 
cnojiHHi; nyniKa HeoCtJKHO- 

B6HHOH BCJHHHHH. 

sapesaa nyniKa. 

Bl KOTOpyK) OTMBaCTCS 



IpocyrnHBaiB Ha orHii, 

<J)opMy. 
opy^ie na 



Opyaie, aapaaaron^eeca ci 

tfopcKoe opysie. 
Opyjie IlappoTTa 



pystc. 



lopoxx. 



MOIOTOK'B. 

na n 
nopiT,. 



Gun. 



268 



Gun. 



9919. proof of gun powder, art. 

9920. strength of the gun pow- 
der, art. 

9921. gun-quioh, art- 

9922. range of a gun, art. 

9923. gn ready for action, art. 

9924. to rebore guns, art. 
9924 2 to revive or reproporlion the 

metal in refounding old 
guns, art. 

9925- revolving gun shield, art. 



9926. rifled gun, art 

9927. to right a gun, art. 

9928. to right a gun, which is cap- 
sized, art. 

9929. gun-room, art. 

9930. lady of th:; gun room. 



9931. gun room port. 

9932. Royal gun factory. 

9933. to run a gun in, art. 

9934. to run a gun out, or up, to 
mount it in a work, art. 

9935. saluting guns, art. 

9936. to scale a gun, art. 



9937. gun-searcher, art. 



essai de la poudre. 
force de la poudre. 

coin de mire, 
portee. 

canon ou piece en guerre, 
reforer ou aleser les pieces, 
ramener la fonte de bouches a feu 

au terme present (par 1'addilion 

d'une certaine portion de nou- 

veau metal), 
bouclier lournant de canon, nom 

donne par le Capitaine Coles a 

son systeme. 

canon raye. 
flamber une piece. 



relever une piece renversee. 

sainte barbe. 

garde de la saiule-barbe. 



sabord de sainte-barbe. 
fonderie Royale de canons. 

rentrer un canon. 

mettre un canon au sabord, en bat- 

terie . 
canons de salut, coups de canon 

de salut. 
flamber, souffler un canon. 



instrument en fer pour examiner, 
si un canon est chambre, creuse 
ou cr6vass6. 



Upo6a nopoxa. 
CnJia nopoxa. 



9938. sea service guns or ordnance, 

art. 

9939. gun-section, art. 

9940. to serve a gun, art. 

9941. service-gun, art. 

9942. to set a gun-barrel, m.,o. a. 

9943. to shift a gun from the fi- 
ring to the travelling trun- 
nion holes, art. 

9944. gun-shot, art. 

9945. shunt-principle or system of 
the rifled guns, art. 



9946. gun slings, art. 

9947. small gun under a one-poun- 
der, art. , ,.., 

9948. gun-smith, m. o. a. 

9949. gun-spike. 

9950. to spike a gun, art. 

9951. spindle of a gun-mould, art. 



KjuiHTi j 

JI,aj[BHOcxB Bticxpijia; ^OJIBHOCXB no- 
Jieia CHapajta. 
roTOBoe KT. 
jiHTB opyjtfe. 
H opyaie BT. 
npn uepejHiBid} cxapnx-B. 



Bepxaiin'ftcfl nymeiHufi m,Hxi HIH 
Canms, Hassanie jianHoe KoatcoMt 
CBoeft cucieMi 6ame^Haro Boopy- 
atenia cy^oBt. 

Hapfenoe opyj:ie. 

[pOIHCTHTB Opyjie, "CA'fejaB'B H3T> 
Hero 0,J,HH1> HJIH nf,CKOJIbKO XOJIO- 
CTHXT> BHCTp'EJIOB 1 ?.. 

onpoKHHyxoe opysie, no- 
ero Ha 



aa 



artillerie de marine, de mer. 

compartiment pour les bouches a 

feu. 
6xecuter une bouche a feu. 

canon de service, 
dresser un canon. 

faire passer une piece de 1'encas 
trement de tir a la position de 
route. 

coup d'une arme a feu, de canon, 
portee. 

shunt principle: il consiste en ce 
que les rayures du canon sont un 
peu plus larges a la bouche du 
canon, qu'elles ne le sont vers 
le fond de 1'ame. 

collets a billot. 

dpingare. 

armurier, arquebusier. 
clou d'enclouage. 
enclouer ua canon, 
trousseau. 



HST. MaipocoBt HC- 

CHOCOfiHHXTj KT. MaTpOCKOft 
HOCXH. 



iii nymeiHHft 



opyae BI 
opyffie sa 6 



cajnoxoBi>; 



opy^e; 

HT,CKOJBKO BHCXptjIOB'I., JIM 

o6cyraeHi H HarptBania Kanajia. 

i: TEeJTESHHH CTepa?eHBCT> 

ocxpHMH mnnjLKaMH Ha KOHidi, 
JJIH nscjitjioBaHifl nyme^Haro Ka- 
najra H oxtiCKania BT> HCMI paKO- 
BHH'B H np. 
VlopcKaa 



opyiifi. 



opy^k 
Opy,de. 



BunpaBJiaxB, 



B-B ynoxpe6- 
py/r.efiHHH 



IlepecxaBHTB opyaie CT. Coesaro 
rnfaja BI noxosnoe rnfe^o BI 
cxannni. 



CncxeMa pa3mBpflK>in;0xcfl 
BI opy^in. 



cxpona. 

, Mente <J>yHxoBaro Ka-iH- 
6pa nymna. 
OpyatefiHBifi Macxep-B. 

FBOSSB, epnn>. 
opysie. 

Cxepa;eHB, cepsenHHKi. KX.S. 
naro SojiBana, npn 



Gun. 



269 



Gunner. 



9952. sporting gun. 


fusil de chasse. 


3xoxHHibe py/Ete. 


9953. to spunge a sun, art. 


ecouvillonuer une piece. 


Bannxb opy^ie. 


9954. stern chase-sun, art. 


canon de retraite. 


PexHpafluaa, Kopjiosaa nyniKa. 


'.Mi.'i 5. sun-stick, art. 


baguette de fusil, refouloir. 


IIoMnojrb; npn6ofiHHKi. 


9956. sun-slock, m. o. a. 


fut, monture de fusil. 


Pysennaa Jtoaia. 


9957. sun-stock maker, m. o. a. 


monteur. 


lorrciiiuiii; 1 !., .I(I;K ii H i;'i,. JlOxeBOfi siu- 






cxepi (opyaiefiHHK'b, HsroxoBaajo- 






ID,IH jiojuy H Bpfeajoin^S BI> nee 






^acxH pyniba). 


9958. swivel sun, art. 


pierrier. , 


KaiiHeMexHoe opy^ie, diajKonexi. 


9959. sun-tackle, art. 


drosse, combleau, palan de canon, 


[lynieiHua xaiH. 




drague, trait h. canon. 




9960. sun-tackle purchase, art. 


palan de canon. 


[lynieiHUfl xajni. 


9961. gun tier, art. 


batterie de vaisseau. 


3yjiOBaa 6axape/i. 


9962. tier of suns, art. 


etage, batterie de canons. 


Baxapea, JiHHia opyjifi. 


996S. training machine for wor- 


machine pour faire manoeuvrer les 


Dynie^Hofi MexaHHsm. j(in ^ificxBia 


king the large suns, art. 


canons de gros calibre. 


imejiHMH ,opy r vaMH. 


9961. to turn the outside of a 


lourner la surface exterieure d'un 


OSxaiHBaxb HapyaiHyro noBepxnocxb 


KIIU, art. 


canon. 


nyniKH. 


9965. unchambered sn, art. 


canon sans chambre. 


BesKaMopHoe opy^ie. 


9966. under a ship's suns. 


sous la voice d'un vaisseau. 


ROJCL BucxptjaMH cyflna, 


9967. to unlimber a sun, art. 


6ter 1'avanl-train. '* 


Ceaxt aa^ext ci> nepe^na. 


9968. unlimbered sun, art. 


piece en batlerie. 


Opyflie B'i> 6oeBOMt iiopaji.K'B. 


9969. to unspike a sun, art. 


desenclouer une piece. 


PasKJienaxt opy^ie. 


9970. sun-vessel. 


navire canonnier. 


KanonepcKoe cyjiHO. 


9971. sunwale or gunnel. 


plat-bord, nage, accotar, carreau, 


FljiaHniHpi; inKa(j)yxi., aicxo oxt- 




pavier, barbette, barbel. 


HiKaHen;i> jo fJana Bosjit fiopxa. 


9973. sun-wharf, art. 


depot, entrcpol de canons. 


ApxHJJiepificKiM ^Bopi). 


9974. sun-wharf party, art. 


troupe d'artilleurs, de servants. 


ApxjiJjepificKa/'i KOMaHfla. 


9975. Whit worth-sum 


canon Whitworth. 


Opy^ie YnxBopxa. 


9976. wire-wound gun, art. 


fusil en fil metallique tordu. 


Pyffibe H3T> BHXOH HpOBOJtOKH. 


9977. to withdraw the guns from 


desarmer un ouvrage. 


vjHflTf> Opyj^lH Ct VKp'BDJl6HlH 


a work, art. 






9978. the gun is working up, and 


le canon donne des culees. 


Upy^lC nOJI^CKctKHB3.6'n) 


down, art. 






9979. gun -worm, art. 


tire-bourre. 


HblSeBHHK'b. 


9980. wronght iron sun, art. 


tanon en fer forge. 


OpyAJe H3 r i> KOBanaro aieitsa. 


/WORDS OF COMMAND. . .1 '[ 


COMMANDEMEMS: 


KOMAH^HHa CJOBA. 


9981. Prime! 


amorcez! 


Tpy6i;y! 


9982. Point! 


pointez! 


Il.'EJbCl! 


9983. Elevate! 


elevez! 


no^HHiiafi! 


9984. Well! 


allention! 


Cxonx! 


9985. Ready! 


pret! 


TOBCB! 


9986. Fire! 


feu! 


DJH! 


9987. Stop the vent! 


bouchez la lumiere! 


Sanan! 


9988. Spunge! 


ecouvillonnezl 


Banb! 


9989. Load! 


chargez! 


^aii! 


9990. Run out! 


en balterie! 


K"b 6opxy! 


9991. Run in! 


hors batterie! 


Oxt fiopxa! 


9992 Square the gun! 


droil! 


IlpaMo! 


9993. Extreme train muzzle to the 


portez le plus a droite, a gauche! 


,3jjio jio nejibsa Bnpaso HJH Baiso. 


right or left! 






9994. Cease firing! 


cessez ie feu, & bas le feu! 


IIpeKpaxHxb najb6y! 


9995. Gunnel iron, techn. 


corniere. 


YrjiOBoe atejfoo. 


Gunnel or gunwale. V. 






sun-wale. 






9996. Gunner, s. art- 


canonnier, servant. 


Koncxanejib, KanonHpt, apmjrjie- 






PHCXI. 


9997. gunner's canvass sleeve, 


manchette. 


IlapycHHHtift pyitaBi y KanoHHpa. 


art. 






9988. gumiers's crew., art. 


canonnier s, servants. 


ApxHJiaepiScKaa KOMan^a, KanoimpH 


9999. gunner's ladle, art. 


lanterne, cuiller. 


lliycpjia, COBOKI> ? nacHiiKU. 


10000. master-gunner, art. 


mattre-canonnier. 


Cxapmifi KanoirapT.. 


10001. gunner and his mate, art. 


ofliciers de canonnage, 


KoMCH^opT), cxapmie KanoHDpH H 






HXT) nOMOmUHKH. 


10001 2 sunner's mate, art 


second m afire canonnier. 


HoMomHTiKT) cxapniaro KanoHnpa. 


10002. gunner's quadrant, art. 


quart de cercle, quart de cercle & 


HcCoibinofi KBa.ipaHX'b, KOxopHH 


> 


regie . 


cxaB^TT) Biiepe^n saxpaBKii opy^iJ; 



Gunner. 



270 



Guy. 



10003. gunner's rooniy art. 

10004. gunner's room officers 
art. 

10005. gunners's store room, art 

10006. gunner's yeoman. 

10007. Gunnery, s. 



10008. theoretical gunnery, art 

10009. Gunter, gunter. 

10010. sliding gnnter. 



Gurnet. V. garnet. 

10011- Gush, v. n. 



10012. to gush out. 

10013. Gush, gushing, s. 

10014. Gushing out. 

10015. Gusset-piece. 

10016. Gust, s. 

10017. Gusty, adj. 

10018. gusty gales. 

10019. Gut, s. 

10020. Gutta-percha, S. 

10021. Gutter, s. 



10022. gutter or drain of a ship's 
hold. 

10023. gutter of a furnace, lechn. 

10024. gutter-ledge. 

10025. gutter-spout. 
10026 gutter-work. 

10027. Gutter, V. a. 

10028. Guy, s. 



10029. after guy. 

10030. blubber-guy C. 



10031. to fasten or secure with 
gys. 

10032. fore guy. 

10033. jib-guy, jib-boom guy. 

10034. lazy guy. 
pendant-guy. Y. guy-tac- 
kle. 

10035. guy rope. 

10036. guy-tackle. 



sainte barbe, gardiennerie. 
officiers de canonnage. 
soute des canonniers. 

gardien de la sainte barbe. 
canonnage, artillerie, art de tirer 

les bouches a feu, de canonnage, 

de canonnier etc. 
balistique. 
scale. 

voile triangulaire. 



sourdre, jaillir, ruisseler, se de"- 
border. 

bouillonner. 
ecoulement, flux, 
jaillissement, bouillonnement. 
triangle en t6le qui remplace les 

courbes de bau. 
bouflee, coup de vent, dragon, ri- 

see. 

venteux, orageux. 
orages violents. 
detroit, goulel; engoujure. 

gutta-percha. 

gouttiere; ruisseau, sillon, creux, 
canal, geze, noue, chene, che- 
, neau, coulisse, cannelure, 
bitonniere. 

echenal, rigole. 

traversin ou traversier d'ecoutille. 

gargouille. 

cannelure. 

canneler, sillonner, couler; evider, 

creuser. 
retenue, corde de retenue, surpente, 

vintaine; verboquet, hauban, bras 

de tangon. 

arriere-bras de tangon. 
palan pour hisser k bord du navire 

la graisse de baleine. 



haubaner. 

avant-bras de tangon. 
hauban de baton de foe. 
palan temporaire, auxiliaire. 



marroquin. 

palan de surpente. 



BosBtraieHU Ha rpa^yca, EO 
, npn cxpijiBCif, piiKomexajm 

ynoxpe6.i;ixB npmr&sa 
KoHCxane.iBci;aa HM apTHJ 
Karoxa. 

KOHCxane.iBCKofi 



ap- 



a apTnjijiepificKHxi> npn- 
nacoBi. 

y KOHCxanejtcKofi. 
ApXHJiJiepiii ; nayna apxmiJiepiH, 
HCKycxBo cxpijHxt uoi> opyjufi. 



PyHxepOBa CKaja, BU.iBiia;Haa 

Ka ex. nacnixa6aMH. 
TpeyrojtHHft iiapyct, npncxerHyxtiS 

O^HOK) DIKaxOpHHOH Ki MaWfe H 

npocxHparomiHca xoro ate mKaio- 
pnnofi no CTenbri, noxopaa onyc- 
Kaexca npn Baaxin pn^oBi BI 
napyca. 



Bptisraxb, 6axt BBepxi, cxpeMHiL- 
ca. HCxeKaxt, pasaiiBaxbca, 



BHKHnaxb. 

, Hcxeneme. 
Bpusrame, KaniHie. 
HayrojibHHKi HS^ jrncxoBaro 

najtyGnua KnHn,Bi. 

, BHesauHtift nopuBi. siipa, 



, noptiBHCTtiS. 
6ypn, mxopMH. 
ysKift npoxo^T.,iHKHBi-raT'i> 
BX. mnopt cxeHBrn. 
Fyxxa-nepia. 

iKeioCi., loatCnHa; KanaBKa, npo- 
XOKI; BBieMKa; KpoaejiiiHuft ate- 



6opxoBtifi, 



no Koxopony 
Huft Mexa^Ji'L xe^exi. BI 4opiiy. 
Bpyci iio cpe^HHt 6ojBraaro jnona. 
Cxo'inaa xpy6a. 

po6oxa. 
aaxB BBICMKII, OXJB- 

OHJIHXfa, CTCKaXB, CI6HB. 

jn. 6paci,6ypyHr 



OxxaatKa, 



6paci. 

Taan, ynoxpe6jaeMBia na KHXO&OH- 
HHXI cy^axi Meffi.ny npo^Kin. jja 
Ha cy^no KExoaaro 



, darmxaraMH. 



> 6pac7,. 



Yxjierapi 6aKinxari, 
BcnoMoraxejBHUa, 



xaaa. 



Tonpenx. oxt xom>-rpoxt Maixti jo 



sa^ixua sa xonpen7> (OTI xont- 

rpOXl MaiTBI JO XOII'B-lJjOK'B Ma- 

HXBI) aa Kyne^ecKHxi cy,T,axi> nm 
norpysKn H BtirpysKH 



Guy. 



271 



Hair. 



10037. guy'* warp boom. 

10038. Gybe. 

10039. Gymnasium, S. 

10040. Gymnastics, S. ' 
Gyn. Y. Kin. 

10041. Gypsum, S. 

10042. Gyral, adj. 

10043. Gyration, s. 

10046. Gyve, v. a. 

10047. Gyves, s. 



tango n. 

muder, tr&ucher. changer, gam- 
bler ou gambiller. 
gymnase. 
gymnastique. 

gypse, platre. 

giratoire. 

mouvemcnt circulaire ou giratoire, 

rotation, 
enchainer, charger de fcrs, entra- 

ver. 
fers, ceps. 



BucxpijTb AJM yHjep7> JIHCGJJI. 
nepenqcHXb H.IH nepeKHAUBaxs na- 
pyci nojiHaxuft aa ratj^eiit. 



BpamaxejibHoe flBHxeaie, Bpameaie. 
Hajiojr.HXb OKOBIJ, CKOnaxt, 
OKOBU. 



I! 



10048. Hackiron or cutter, techn. 



10049. Hacksaw, techn. 

10050. Hacksaw-file, techn. 

10051. Back-watch. 

ioo:>'>. Hack, v. a. 

10053. hock and hew. 

10054. Hacking out tool, techn. 

10055. Haft, s. 
lOOciG. Haft, v. a. 

10057. Hagbut, s. (anc). 



10058. Hag's teeth or hake's 
teeth. 

10059. Hall, s. 

10060. within hail. 

10061. Hall, V. a. 



10062. Hailing, s. 
18063. Hailshot, s., art. 
10064. Hair, s. 

10065 hair-bracket. Y. also brac- 
ket. 



tranche, tranche!. 



scie ou lime a couper les chevil- 

les, a fendre les vis. 
lime a couteau, a fendre les vis. 
chronometre de poche. 

hacher, 6brecher, tailler. 

frapper d'estoc et de taille, hacher 

en pieces 

couteau de vitrier, hachette. 
manche, poignee, garde, hampe. 
emmancher, metlre un manche; 

garnir d'une poignee. 
arquebuse, haquebute. 



defants, inegalit^s (dans une tresse, 
fourrure etc). 

grele; salut; portde de voix. 
sous 1'ecoute, a portee de voix. 
saluer, heler; etre enregistre dans 

tel ou tel port (en parlant d'un 

batiment marchand). 
helement. 

chevrotine, petite balle de plomb. 
crin, poil, cheveu. 
courbaton de herpes; moulure de 

la poulaine. 



HJIH 

no^t MoaoxoMt 
noioci. H Kpnn.1 



pas- 



BHHXOBl. 



lacu HJH 
xpoHOMexpt. 



Py6nxi> H KOJOXB, paapydnxB na 

KyCKH. 

cxeKOJii>niiHKa, cxaMecKa. 

py^ixa. 
HacaatnBaxb, 



CaMonaj-b, apKe6yct; MymKeT-L, py^- 

Haa iiniuajii>; HeSoifcinaff cxapnH- 

na;i iiymiia. 

HepOBHocxH waxa HJIH njexeHKH oxt 
o6pa6oxK0; ,, nepOBHociH 
rjy6iiHa. 
OKJIHR-B. 

Ha paacxoaniii ooHKa HJIH rojoca. 
OKMKaxt. 13pHHaj];jiea;ax% no pera- 

cxpy HJH sanncH KT. KariOMy jiH(5o 

nopxy (o BynenecROMi 
OnpainHBania 
Kpynnan spo 
BOJIOCI, mepcxt. 

KHHUH y rajiLionnuxi pwrejefi; OKO- 
k HCHHOCXT, sa,a;neH nacin cxaxyn 

na Hocy. 



Hair. 



272 



Halliard. 



10066. hair-broom. 

10067. hair-brush. 

10068. hair-cloth. 

10069. hair-plume. 

10070. hair-quilt. 

10071. hair-rifling, m. o. a. 



10072. hair-sieve. 

10073. hair-trigger lock, m. o. a. 

Hale. V. haul. 

10074. oair, s. and a. 

hair beam. V. beam. 

10075. hair beam engine, st. eng. 
hair box or flask for mould- 
ing. V. flask. 

hair breadth plan or floor 
plan. V. breadth. 

10076. hair circle. 

hair cock. V. cock. 

to hair cock. V. to cock. 

10077. hair converted steel, techn. 

hair deck. V. deck, 
hair ebb. V. ebb. 

10078. hair face. 

hair flood. V. riood. 

10079. half-floor. 

10080. hair hitch. 

10081. hair hour sand glass. 

10082. hair mast high. 

10083. hair moon. 

10084. hair-mounting. 

10085. hair-pay. 

10086. hair-pay officer. 

10087. hair-pike, m. o. a. 
10087 2 to place an officer on half- 
pay. 

10088. hair-port. 

10089. hair power, st. eng. 

10090. hair round. 

10091. hair sphere. 

10092. hair-sword. 

10093. hair-tide rock. 

10094. hair-timber. 

10095. half-tub, 

10096. bair-turn. 

10097. hair watch tackle. 

10698. hair-way, home, techn. 

hair wheel. V. wheel. 

10099. mm*, s. 

10100. Halliard, hallyard or ba- 
liard, s. 

10101. halliard chain. 

10102. driver halliard. 

10103. ensign-halliard. 

10104. flying jib halliard. 

10105. fore-top-gallant bnard. 

10106. fore-topsail halliard, 
gaff-halliard. Y. gaff. 

10107. halliard of a lateen yard. 

10108. main stay-sail halliard. 

10109. mizzen peak halliard. 

10110. mizzon-topsail halliard. 

10111. peak-fcalliard. 



houssoir, balai de crin. 

balayette 

haire, cilice; prelart en crin. 

plumet droit. 
sommier. 

rayures a cheveux ou merveilleu- 
ses. 

tamis en crin, toilette, 
platine ft double detente. 

moitie; demi. 

machine a balancier de 2-me ordre. 



demi-cercle. 



fer trempe au paquet. 



demi-a-droite, demi-a-gauche. 

demi-varangue. 

boucle, demi-clef. 

poudrier. 

mi-mat. 

demi-lune. 

petit equipement. 

demi-solde, traitement de reforme. 

officier reforme ou a qui on a donne 

sa reforme. 
esponton, demi-pique. 
reformer un officier. 

sabord brise, faux sabord. 

marcher doucement. 

tore, astragale. 

hemisphere. 

combat de pres. 

roc, qu'on n'aperc.oit qu'au demi- 

jusant. 

demi-couple devoyee. 
bailie, boute. 

demi-tour a droite, a gauche, 
palan mobile, volant ou portatif, 

dimanche. 
enfonce k michemin. 



drisse (des burners et voiles supe- 
rieures). 

palan en fer. 

drisse de la paille en cul. 

drisse du pavilion. 

drisse de clinfoc. ,''.', 

drisse du petit perroquet. 

drisse du petit hunier. 

veste ou drisse' de vergue latine. 

drisse de la gfande voile d'etai. 

martinet. 

drisse du perroquet de fougue. 

drisse du pic, martinet. 



KOHCKaro soaoca. 
MereiKa, m,eTKa, 
; icant HSI. Koncitaro BO- 
Jioca. 

HpaMofi cyixaHi). 
BojiocaHaa nociajma, Maxi,. 
MejKie H Bectna (anside Measjy 
co6oro H apian at pyatefiHHX'i. 

CTBOjaX-b. 

BoJiocaHoe CIITO. 
3aMOKt co nme.i.iepoM'b. 



Mamnaa 



npyra. 



HaciajieHHoe Ha noBepx- 
HOCTH. 



na npaso HJH Ha JI*BO. 



BT> 
co 

fit HOJl-MaiTH. 

nenojHoe Boopykenie. 



na HOJIOBEHHOMI 
, B't pesepBt. 



BT> peaepBi, Ha HOJOBHHHOO 



TIojynopTHKi y nyineHHaro nopxa. 
Cpe^nifi 



flojiyraapie. 



TOJIbKO npH HOJOBHHt 

noiy-mnaHroypt 



DojyoCopOTi na npaso HJH na 
OfiuKHOBeHHiia xBart-xajtH. . ct ra- 

KOJIT,. 

BKOJIO^ICHHUH Ha noJOBHHy 
o rB03^,f> 3 6oirB, HJH cs 



pefi, napycoBt H ({>j[aroBi>; 
mxepxi xa/pent. 



<|)Jiara. 



pefi jiaxHHCitaro napyca. 



rpoxi> 



Halliard. 



273 



Hammer. 



10112. pendant halliard. 

10113. signal-halliards. 

10114. sprit-sail halliard. 

10115. sprit sail-topsail halliards, 
bowsprit topsail-halliard*. 

10116. throat halliard. 

10117. topgallant halliard. 

10118. topsail halliard. 

II u INC. Y. hawse. 
llalsor. Y. hawser. 

10119. Halt, v. a. and n. 

10120. Halving, S. 

10121. Hambro'llne or hamber- 
llne. 

10122. Hammer, S. 



10123. hammer-adze. 

10124. hammer-bridle, m. 0. a. 

hammer cap. Y' cap. 

10125. chequering or roughing a 
percussion - hammer, m. 

o. a. 

10126. claw-hammer, techn. 

claw of a hammer. V. 
claw. 

10127. hammer-cloth. 

10128. double pointed hammer or 
beele, techn. 

10129. hammer-dressed. 

face, front or pane of a 
hammer. Y. face. 
fall or lift of a forge-ham- 
mer. V. fall, 
fid-hammer. Y. Od. 

10130. flint-cutter's hammer, m. 
o. a. 

10131. hammer of a flint lock or 
gun lock-hammer, m. 0. a. 

PARTS: 

1) body, play side, leaf of a ham- 
mer spring. 

2) seat. / " 

3) back. 
&} face 

5) toe. 

6) stud, nipple. 

1) hammer-spring, screw-hole. 

,8) heel. 



U) hammer- naii. 

10133. flatter hammer* and ful 
lers, techn. 

10134, flatters, set hammers, 
techn. 

flatting hammer. Y tli 
ting. 



drisse de la flamme. 

drisses de signanx. 

palan debout de la civadiere. 

palan debout de la contrecivadiere, 

drisse de la contrecivadiere. 
drisse d'une corne. 

drisse de perroquet. 
drisse de hunier. 



arr&er, faire halte, s'arr&er. 
smbrevement, assemblage & mi- 

boih. 
fil de carret, ligne. 

marteau. 



essette. 

bride du bassinet. 

quadrillage. 



marteau a panne fendue, a pied 
de biche. " 



housse. 
smille, strille. 

degrossi au marteau, equarri. 



roulette, 
batterie. 



PARTIES: 

branche relevee ou batterie propre- 
ment dite, grande branche,'bran- 
che mobile. 

table, assise, assiette, dessous, en- 
tablement. 

dos. 

face. 

pied, qui roule sur le ressort. 

talon. 

trou pour la tige de la vis du res- 
sort. 

trousse, haul de batterie, appui 
pour le pouce, trousse pour ar- 
reter le mouvement de la bat- 
terie. 

vis. - : ' ; ' 

flatoir; 

chasses a parer, masses de fer pour 
aplanir. 



<jiriiaji.ii we (jiaju. 

EiHH#a ijiaji,; (JiaJi, iniipnflxocuaro 

uapyca. 
Bom, 



5>a.n< lun rapje-iB y 

Jputt. 
Epaut-^an. 
Mapca-^ait. 



Ka6ojKa, JIHHB, 



MOIOTT., 'MOJIOTOKI; KypoKt; ateao- 
6oKt Rax nopoxa BI noiKi py- 
aiefiHaro saMKa; oraaBO pysefi- 
naro aajma. 

Kapna; He6ojBinofi TonopHKt, 



KpHio y nojKH KpeMHeBaro pyateS- 
Haro 



sa yjapnoMt MO- 



MOJIOTOKt Ct paSflBOeHHUMl XBO- 
CTOMt. 



na orHHBO pya;efiHaro sauna. 
, MO.TOTOKI. o flByxt ocTpi- 



OTKOBaHHHH 



py- 



pya;efiHaro 



Bepxnaa 

OfHEBO. 



HJH CO^CTBCHHO 
yacTt orHraa, EOiopaa sa- 



CnHHiia, 

JEnii,eBafl CTOpona, JIHUC 

HoffiKa, CKOJits-imaa no 

HaiKa ornHBa. 

^Hpa lun nteaB jaa orHHBHaro 

pyna. 
Ynopi orHHBHHft; Bepxeaa 

B-B KOTOpyro ynnpaB3Ti> 
ii, ^Tof5u OTKPHTB noray. 



OrnHBimii mypynii. 
MOIOTT. "SJ 



JHCTOBmHKOBl. 



19 



Hammer. 



274 



Hammer. 



10135. flogging hammer. 

forge-hammer. Y. force. 

10136. forge lever hammer, techn. 

10137. hammer for forming ang- 
les, techn. 

gun-lock hammer. Y. ham- 
mer of a flint-lock. 

10138. hand-hammer, techn. 

10139. hammer-hardened. 

10140. hammer-hardening, techn. 

10141. hammer-head, techn. 

hirst or frame of a tilt- 
hammer. Y. frame. 

10142. holding up hammer. 

10143. hammer-joint, m. 0. a. 



10144. large hammer, techn. 
10145 hammer-man., techn. 
101 4G. mouth of percussion ham- 
mer, m. o. a. 

10147. percussion - hammer, m. 

o. a 

10148. planishing hammer, techn. 

10149. pointed hammer, techn. 

10150. rivetting hammer, techn. 

10151. set-hammer, techn. 

10152. hammer-shield, m. 0. a. 
hammer - slag Y. Iron 
scale. 

10153. sledge-hammer, techn. 

10154. splicing hammer, techn. 

10155. hammer-spring, m. 0. a. 

PARTS: 

1) play-side. 

2) stud-side. 

3) turn. 

4) flower. 
8) stud. 

6) eye. 

7) claw, hoof. 

hammer-spring pin. 
hammer spring pin hole. 
hammer spring Stud hole. 

V. flint-fire lock. 

10156. stampy or heavy forge-ham- 
mer, techn. 

10157. steam forge hammer, techn. 

10158. swage-hammer, techn. 

10159. hammer's tail, techn. 
tumbling shaft of a forge- 
hammer. Y forge. 

10160. tilt-hammer, techn. 

10160. Hammer, Y. a., techn. 

10161. to hammer or beat dowu 
the edge, techn. 

1016%. to cold-hammer or ham- 
mer-harden, techn. 



marteau k planer. 

marteau k soulevement. 
marteau k refouler. 



marteau k main. 

durci au marteau, forge a froid 

ecrouissement. 

tete. 



abatage. 

entablement du bassinet, assisedu 
bassinet. 



martinet. 

frappeur, marteleur, chauffeur. 

evidement. 

chien percutant, marteau, marte- 

let du percuteur. 
marteau a planer, 
picot, marteau k pointe. 
rivoir, marteau k river. 

chasse k parer, masse de for. 
garde-feu. 



marteau cassant ou pesant. 
marteau a episser. 
ressort de balterie. 

PARTIES: 

grande branche. 

petite branche. 

cul. 

patte. 

pivot, pied, tenon. 

trou. 

griffe. > 



martinet, marteau de grosse forge. 

marteau k vapeur de nasmylh. 
chasse, masse, etampe superieure. 
queue de martinet. 



marteau de forge k bascule, mar- 

telet. 
forger, battre k coups de marteau, 

marteler, corroyer, ecrouir. 
avir, rabattre. 

forger k froid ; Ecrouir. 



MoaoxB jjia 
Bama. 



BJIH 



nosi-emmS 1*010x1, XBOC- 

TOBUH MOJIOXt. 

X o6pa30Bama~ ynoBi BT> 

JEeJTBSHOH fflXyiti KyCKOBl BPBH.H. 



, pyraofi MOJIOTX. 

6e3i> orea. 
Kosanie /KejrEsa 6e3t orna; 



, BepxHaa 



MOJioxa; 



MOAOXEH 



flepaiama npn 



BOKpyrt seJio6Ka HJIH 
y KpeMHeBaro pya>efiHaro 
Bepxnaa ^acxt, na KOXO- 
pyio onnpaexca njocuaa: cxopona 

OFHHBa. 

KojioxymeiHufi, XBOCXOBHIH 

Mojioxo6oeii,i>, KysHeu 

^upa ;pa cnycitOBaro mypyna. 

KypOKi npn yjjapimxt 



MOJIOX1. 
MOJ10X1. 

MOJIOXI 



saoenu- 



OcajHOH, oca^o^HHH MOJOXI 
y noJiKii pyaiefiHaro 



BojbraoB r. 



npyaiHna. 
HACXH: 

Bepxnee uoatno, BepxHee nepo 

npysnau. 
Ha/Knee Koaino, HHainee nepo. 



Ynopi, COCOKI. 

IHejB MD fltipa wa mypyna. 



IiojioxymeiHH&, XBOCXOBUM 



IlapoBofi MOJIOXI. 
3yfH.io j.i 
XBOCXT> MO.ioxa. 



XBOCTOBOH MOJIOIX.. 



art, 6nxt MOJOXOMB, 

MOJIOTKOMi. 

OXOHTB HSJiHraHia Kpaa JHCIOBI 110- 

cat BXI coeiHHeHia. 
KosaxB xejitso faz* orM, KOBaxt 
H 21 ZLOJO^BOH'B cocxoaniH. 



Hammer. 



275 



Hand. 



10163. to hammer or forge in a 
boss, techn. 



lOlGi. to hammer out a piece of 

metal, techn. 
10165. to hammer solid shot, art. 



10166. Hammered, adj, 

10167. hammered iron. 

10168. hammered steel. 

10169. Hammering;, 8. 

10170. Hammock, .- 

10171. hammock-battens or ham- 
mock racks. 

10172. hammock-book. 

10173. hammock-clew . 
101 7 1. hammock-cloth. 

10175. to lash up hammocks. 

10176. hammock-nettings. 
hammock-racks. V. ham- 

mock-baltens. 

10177. down all hammocks! 

10178. up all hammocks! 

10179. Hamper, s. 

10180. Hamper, V. a. 



Hance, hannce, or fall of 
the rails. V. t&u. 

10181. Hand, s. 

10182. Hand of a watch. 

hand-arms. Y. arms. 
hand-bari'OW. Y. burrow. 

10183. hand-basket. 



to bear a hand. Y. to bear. 

hand-board, rolling board. 

Y. board. 
10184. hand-borer, pitching borer, 

short borer, lechn. 
10185-^by hand. 

10186. hand-chisel, techn. 
hand-carcass or fire-ball. 
Y. carcass. 

10187. hand-crow or hand crow 
leaver, art. 

10188. hand-cuff. 

10189. to hand-cuff. 

l6l 90. hand drill machine, techn. 
hand feed-pump. Y. hand 
pump. 

10191. hand-gear, techn. 

hand-fite. V. flic. 

10192. hand gear lever, techn. and 
st. eng. 

hand-grapnel. Y grapnel 
hand-grenade. Y. gre 
nadc. 

hand-hammer. V. ham 
mer. 

10193. hand to hand encounter. 



hamper. 

retreindre, aplatir sous lemarteau. 
rebattre les boulets. 



forge, fait au marteau. 

fer martele. 

acier martel*. 

marlelage. 

hamac, branle, strapontin, baudet. 

badillons de hamac. 



role de hamacs, 

araignee. 

pr&art 

relever les branles. 

bastingage. 



branle-bas! 

haul les hamacs! branle ba^l 

panier, hotte, corbillard, manne, 
mannequin. 

embarrasser, entraver, arreter, en- 
gager, empetrer, impliquer, pren- 
dre, enchevetrer, enfiler, attra- 
per. 



main; homme; paume, palme, bras, 
aiguille d'une inoutre etc. 



manne d'ossierj bourreche, pa^isr 
a anse. 



pislolet. 

k main. 

ciseau, burin, trepan. 



pince & canon. 

maniche, menotte, ceps. 

emmenotler, 

baStringue. 



manette, raannette; mise en train 
ou en marche. 

levier de mise en marche. 



mel6e, combat co. A .s & corps. 



ClI.IK)JHHTL 



11010X0111. 



[HxaiinoBaxB jiexa.ubi, 
Mexajua OXTHCKI, BCIHH xaiioro 
na 4>opit'Ii 



no BH 
npa- 



KoBKa. 
KoHEa. 

jjia KOBKI, B6HBaeua BI 

CHJICH wx yi;])iii.ieiii.i 

mKCHTpOCOBT.. 
C^HHH CHHCOKl. 
KoeiHHM 



ajpa 
HXI H3t 
6oii.ineR 

KoBannuli. 

KosaHoe 



CB33HBaXt, B^SaTB KOHKH. 

C^TKH no dopxaiii 



KOHEH 

KOHKH Ha Bepxi.! 

KopsHHa, 



HpenaxcxBOBaTB, 



; B3aii>. 



; cxopona; 
CxpijiKa y ^acos-B 11 

HHCXpyMCHTOBl 



ct 



no- 



pyinyio. 



OKOBH. 



OKOBaiB 



6opii. 



; pynHo5 cnyCEOBoS npn- 



CnycKOBofi pH^tara USA nyCKaHU(na- 

pOBOfi) ItafflHHH ET> 



cxBaiiia, 



Hand. 



276 



Hanple. 



10194. hand-hole, St. eng. 

10195. hand-hook. 

10196. hand-hook, shell hook, art. 
10197- hand-jack. 

10198. hand-ladle, techn. 

10199. hand -lead. 

10200. to lend a hand. 



10201. hand heech line. 

10202. hand or handle of a mus- 
ket-stock, m. o. a. 

10203. hand over hand. 

10204. hand-piece. 

10205. hand-pump. 

10206. hand-rail, techn. 

hand-sails. Y. sail. 

10207. hand-saw, lechn. 

10208. hand-screw, techn. 

10209. short of hands. 

10210. to be short of hands. 

10211. hand-swab. 

10212. hand-tight. 

10213. hand-tool lathe, techn. 

10214. to turn the hands up. 

10215. hand-vice, lechn. 
1021. hand wheel, techn. 

10217. hand-windlass, techn. 

all hands about ship! Y. 
about . 

10218. all hands below! 

10219. all hands ou deck! 
bear a hand! Y. bear. 

10220 a hand lo Ihe main lop! 

10221. Hand, V. a. 

10222. lo hand all. 

10223. 10 hand in. 

10224. to hand over. 

10225. Uanderaft or handicraft. 

10225*. Handiness, s. 

10226. Handing over. 

10227. Handiwork, s. 

10228. Handle, s. 



10229. crank-handle, techn. 

10230. cross handle, techn. 

fall, bend or crook of the 
handle of a musket-stock. 
Y. bend. 

10231. handle or horn of the elev- 
ating screw, art. 
handles of a gun. Y. dol- 
phins. 

10232. limbering up handle, art 
handle of a musket stocl^. 
Y. hand. 

18233. handle of an oar. 
10234. pump-handle or brake. 
102:55. saw-handle, techn. 

10236. small handle, techn 



rou de visile. 

roc a main. 

rochet, 

ric a -main, a crochet, eric simple, 

eric a deux pattes. 

che, cuiller. 

elite sonde, plomb de sonde. 
onner un coup de main, assister, 

envoyer un homme faire une 

manoeuvre quelconque. 
aisine des huniers, egorgeoir. 
'oignee de la crosse. 

main avant ou main sur main, 
hapeau. 



ompe a bras, 
nain courante; garde-fou, 
barre d'appui, lisse. 



rampe, 



cie a main, egoine, petite scie. 
ric; etreignoir, sergent. 
manquemenl de monde. 
nanquer de monde. 
aubert a main, 
bien fendu, fortement lendu (en 

parlanl d'un cordage), 
our a arcfiet. 
aire monter du moude. 
Man a main, 
roue a main, 
reuil a manivelle 



>as tout le monde! 
haul tout le monde! 

in hamme a la grande hune! 

erlcjr, serrer les voiles. 

mettre a sec. a mats et a cordes, 
les voiles dedans. 

irer vers le milieu. 

emetlre. 

)euvre, main d'oeuvre. metier, arl 
mecanique; artisan. 

maniabilite. 

emise. 

oeuvre, ouvrage fail ou manuel, 
main d'oeuvre. 

anse, manche, bras, manetle, ma- 
nivelle, poignee, queue, prise, 
main, chasse; oreillon, boul; 
hampe, flit. 

manivelle. 

manche traverse. 



manivelle, branche servant de ma- 
nivelle. 



menotte, aimeau de manoeuvre. 



giron, manche, poignee^ 
brimbale, bringuebale, brinqueballe 
monture de scie. 

ansette. 



oxBepcxie. 

. 

HOCKH 601161. 



KOBHTB 

JIOX-B. 

IOMOIB; nocxaBHXB 
jm6o ceacxB. 



na 



IlefiKa 



Pyica no pyni, wi py^myio, nepe- 
6npaa pyKoro., 

Bepxmft 6pyci, KO- 



Pymaa noMna. 



, He6ojiBinaa 
J^OMKpaxi>; HaatHM7>, pyinae XHCKH. 



Pyinaa mBa6pa, 

Tyro BHXflHyxtift BI pyinyio. 

ToKapnufi ciaHOKi. 

aio^eft Ha sepx-B. 

XHCKH. 

Pyinoe KOieco, 

PyiHOfi BOpOTB. 

" Ha'i '/ . 

Ha HHSl! 



Ha rpoxi-Mapci! 
Y6HpaxB, KptnaTB napyca. 
SaKpinnxB sci napyca H H^XH 

O^HHMH 

KT> 



ie, pyinaa pa6oxa; Macxe- 
pOBoft, penec.aenHHK'B. 

JlOBOpOXJlHBOOXBjHOCjynraOCXBpyjIK). 



pyraaa pa6oxa, 



Pyqna, pyKoaxna; KOHeirB, cxopona, 
MOXBIJB; cnycKOBaa CEo6a, ' 



6o.m. HJIH 
y nosi.eMnaro 



KOJIBUO HJH ci;o6a na 



y sec-ia. 
Pti'iari, Man-B y 

'b, paMKa, pyKoaiKa %a.s. nn- 



YniKOBaa 



pynna. 



Handle. 



277 



Hanging. 



10237. trail-handle, m. 0. a. 

10238. winch-handle, techn. 

10239. Handle, v. a. 



10210. to handle arms. 

10 -I'll, to handle a Ship. 

10242. Handling, s., St. cng. 

10243. Hands, s. 

10244. to have fresh hands at the 
bellows. 

10245. Hands! bring ship to an- 
chor! 

10216. Handsomely, adj. 

10247. come up handsomely! 

10248. heave handsomely! 

10249. lower handsomely! 

10250. Handspike, s. 

10251. Claw-handspike techn. 

10252. handspike iron cap, techn 

10253. handspike-pin, art. 

10254. handspike-ring, art. 

10255. handspike-shoe, art. 

10256. square of a handspike, art. 

10257. slowing handspike. 

10258. traversing handspike, art. 

10259. handspike of the windlass, 

10260. Handly, adj. 

10261. handy ship, (one thai ste- 
ers easily). 

10262. Hang, v. a. and n. 

10263. to hang back 

10264. to hang a boat in the tack- 
les for the night. 

10265. to hang a deserter. 
to hang fire V. fire. 

10266. lo hang loose 

10267. to hang on 

10268. to hang on a rope or 
tackle-fall 

10269. to hang over 

10270. to hang the ports 

10271. to hang the rudder 

10272. the main top-mast hangs 
abaft 

10273. hang on there behind! 

10274. hang or swing on! 

10275. Hanger, s. 

10276. Hanging, part et adj. 



poignee de crosse. 

manivelle de vireveau. 

manier; tomber avec la main, te- 

nir dans les mains; Irailer, con- 

duire une affaire, 
saisir la baionnelte k 1'embouchure 

du- canon pour rendre les hon- 

neurs. 

conduire, manier un navire. 
manoeuvre de la machine, 
hommes, monde, equipage, gens, 
placer une escoaade fraiche aux 

soufflets. 
haul tout le monde k jeter 1'ancre! 

doucement, en douceur, 
largue en douceur! 
vire en douceur! 

amene en douceur! 
anspect, barre de vindas, pince; le- 
vier, levier de manoeuvre, 
levier k croc, k pied de biche. 

crampon. 

clef- du levier de pointage. 



anneau mobile du levier de poin- 
tage. 

anneau de pointage d'avant, petit 
anneau de pointage, anneau fixe 
de pointage. 

pince de levier. 

languette; anspect k lele. 

levier de manoeuvre, de pointage, 

directeur, ou de travers. 
anspect ou anspec de viudas. 
adroit, habile, commode, k la por- 

tee de la main, de main, 
navire maniable. 

pendre, suspendre,tendre, pencher, 



reculer, etre en arriere. 
metlre un canot sur les palans 
pour la nuit. 

brancher un deserteur. 

\ 

pendiller. 

appendre, s'accrocher. 
tenir ou manoeuvrer fermement un 
cordage ou un palan. 

surplomber, eire en surplomb. 
poser les manlelels, meltre en 

place les mantelets de sabords. 
monter, melire en place le gou- 

vernail. 
le grand mat de hune penche en 

arriere, est incline vers 1'arriere. 
ne mollis pas, liens bon! 
souque! 

coutelas, sabre, braquemart, cou- 

leau de chasse. 
pendable, pendant, vertical. 



IIIeuEa y 
MOXBIJIB y 



; nocxynaxB; iporaiB, 



BBCTH 
EpaxB pynoK> mxBiin. y fly.ua pys&i 

HCCXH. 



9KHna7K'i>, Bonanza, 

IloCXaBHTB HOBy 



. 
Bcixt Ha Bepxx! CTanoBHTBca 



K-B 



H 



IIo MajeHBKy, no TnxoHBKy 3 

pCHHO. 

OTXOSH no THXOHBKy! (nanp. Ha 



HajiaaiHBaft, HaBepTUBaft no MO- 



TpaBH, cnycKafl no jeroHBKj! 
, npaBHJio. 



, sarnyTBifi H pas^BoeHHBifi Ha 

KOHD.'B. 

npo6ofl, ateaisHUH KproKi. 

HJIH aacoBKa, yaepa;HBaDm,a 
Korja OHO BcxaBjeHo BI 



. 
KOJBU.O, BI KOTopoe BCiasjiaeTca np4- 

BHiO. 

, na KOTOpyro onHpaexca KO- 
HCU.'B 



pu^ara HJH 



aoua. 



IOMI. 



BHM6oBua y 



nocaymHoe 

BimaTB, BicnTB, 'pasBimaBaTB; na- 
; BHC"BTB, at- 



OrcxaBaxB, oxcxaxB, CRXB nosajH. 
HoflHaxB, noBtcHxt niJiionKy na ia- 

JIHX'B Ha HO^B. 



CB06oflHO BHC^XB. 



na pynaxx. Tyro 
an6o cnacxB HJIH xaan; 
nyxB CHJIBHO, 

BncixB HajVB... 

OnycxnxB nopxu. 



pyjB. 

IpOX-B-CXeHBia HaMOHMaCB Ha KOp- 

ny. 

, He oxxaBaft! 
JI,ep>EH xyro! Ha^paft npinKO.' npff- 

XB3XH! 

KopxHKi; xecaKt, oxoxHHHifi 



Hanging. 



278 ~ 



Harbour. 



10277. Hanging. S. 

hanging bridge V. bridge. 

10278. hanging buttress 

10279. hanging carriage, st. eng. 



hanging clamp Y. clamp 
hanging compass V. com- 
pass. 

hanging fire Y. fire, 
hanging for outer-end of 
paddle-shaft, st. eng. 
hanging' knee 



10280. 
10281. 

10282. 
10283. 

10284. 
1028S. 



hanging pawl or paul. 
hanging plume 

hanging stile or style, 
techn 



hanging valve, St. eng. 

hanging \vuler bridge Y. 
bridge . 
40286. Bank, s. 



10287. hank for hank 

10288. Hanse-towns 

10289. Harass, V. a, 



10290. Harassed, part. 

10291. Harbour, s. (Y. also ha- 
ven, port). 

10292. bar-liarbonr. 

basin of a harbour Y. ba- 
sin of a port. 

boom of a harbour Y. 
boom. 

10293. to call at a harbour- 

10294. harbour choked with mud, 

* to Clean a harbour Y. 
clean. 

to come into a harbour Y. 
come. 

10295. commercial harbour. 

10296. harbour-defences 

10297. dry harbour 



10298. harbonr dues. 

10299. harbour-master 

10300. harbour for merchantman 

10301. narrow entrance of a- har- 
bour 

10302. natural harbour 

10303. open harbour 



10304. the organs, piles of a har- 
bour. 



10305. the poles in a harbour. 



planche de bordage dont les bords 
sont canneles. 

arc-boutant (appuye sur un cor- 

beau). 
support de coussinet pour tourillon 

d'arbre, porte-coussinet. 



support pour le bout exte"rieur de 

1'arbre. 
courbe verticale ou oblique, courbe 

des baux. 

elinguet vertical, cliquet de fer. 
plumet tombant. 

!liJ-j!i(.'!! iV) iJM'l'.l 

montant ou Ton fixe les gonds. 
clapet. 



echeveau, e"chet; bague: anneau, 

daillot de bois (pour les voiles 

d'etai). 
par le travers 1'un de 1'autre, tra- 

vers par travers. 
villes hansdatiques. 
harceler, harasser, e'puiser, fatiguer, 

lasser: desoler, ravager, exceder, 

accabler, lourmenter. 
harcele", harasse", epuise". 
port de mer; havre; logement, 

asile, refuge, abri. 
port avec une barre (amas de sable 

ou de rochers) a son entree. 



relacher, fai're escale oue"cale. 
port combl6. 



port marchand. 
defenses de port, 
port d'echouage. 



quillage, avarie. 

mattre, offlcier, capitaine de port. 

port de commerce, port marchand. 
goulet. 



havre brut. 

port d'entree ou de toute 

piliers. 



eslacade. 



06mHBHaa 
ct 



, y KOiopofi Kpaa 



Kopof)Ka, rata^o, nojjcxaBKa 
* meftKH 



, nojniHnHHKi no^t Ha- 
KOHen,i, rpefinaro Koaeca. 



BHC/IHJH, pacnycKaromiftca KI nnsy 

cyjixani. 
CxofiKa, KOCflKT., paMa, Kt KOTopofi 



JIOTOKI; 

BflHHHft, Ha KOTOpOMI. HOJHH- 

Maeica cxaKcejB. 
Ho ipasepc-fe OAHHI ^pyraro. 



ropo^a. 

, yTOMHTB, MyHHTB, T6p- 



YlOMJieHHLlfl, H 

, nopxi; y6t3xHin,e. 



6api npn 



3afiiH Bt ranani,. 
PasanTi sacopnBfflaa, 

Il.IOMT). 



EyneiecKan 

YKptnaenia 3aiu,iiinaion;ia 
PaBant, BT> itoxopofi cyflHO, 
HO luaBaa npa BHCOKOH 
cxaib na SHO npn 
HJH rauamiiaa 



raBanii, KanHTain 



nop- 



KyneiecKaa, 
xoproBuft nopxi. 
BXOJ.I. BT> 



IIocxo/inHO oxKpuxaa rasaHi, 
KOiopyio BO seance speua 



CBafr, coe^HnenHaxi 
HHMH nepeEJia^HHaMH BHnsy H 
BBepxy, jjia samnxn 6oKOBEixt 
cxoponi Bxoja BT> raoani.. 



, cBafinaa nperpa^a. 



Harbour. 



279 



Harl. 



10306. to put in to harbour for 
supplies, repair etc. 

10307. putting, tonching or calling 
at a harbour 

10308. barbour-reach. 

10309. harbour of refuge 

10310. to shut up a harbour 



10311. tide-harbour, or tidal har- 
bour 

10312. Harbour, v. a. and n. 



10313. to harbour a deserter, or 
to conceal a deserter. 

10314. Hard, adj. 

to blow hard V. to blow. 

10315. hard fought, 

10316. to freeze hard 

10317. to grow hard 

10318. hard iron 

10319. to make bard 

10320. to rain hard 

10321. to ride hard 

10322. hard solder 

10323. hard wood plane, techn. 

10324. to work hard. 

10325. the ship rides hard 



10326. hard alee! 

10327. hard aport! 

10328. hard a starboard! 

10329. hard aweather or up! 

10330. Harden, v. a. and n. 



to hammer-harden V. to 
hammer 

10331. to harden steel, lechn. 

10332. Hardened, part and adj. 



V. case. 

10333. hardened to the sea 

10334. Hardening, s. techn. 
case-hardening V. case. 

nammer-hardening V. 
hammer. 
10333. hardening springs, etc., 

techn. 
1033G. hardening trough, lechn. 

10337. Hardness, s. 

10338. Hard*, s. 
10933. Hardship, s, 



10340. Hart, 



faire une relache. 
relache. 
bief, biez. 
port de refuge, 
fermer un port. 

port de maree. 

receler, recevoir; loger, heberger; 
se mettre a couvert, se reTugier. 

receler un deserteur. 

dur, ferme, solide, difficile, pe- 
nible, ardu. 

acharne, opiniatre. 

geler bien fort, k pierre fendre. 
durcir, s'endurcir, devenir dur. 
fer dnr. 

endurcir, rendre dur. 
plenvoir k verse. 

tanguer sous voiles, fatiguer beau- 
coup. 

soudure forte. ' 
rabot debout. 
travailler fort et ferme. 
il y a de la tire. 



la barre toute sous le vent! lof 

tout! 

habord tout! barre lout a bord! 
tribord tout! 
arrive tout! pongel 
durcir, endurcir, rendre ou devenir 

dur, s'endurcir, affermir. 



tremper. 

durci, endurci, devenu dur, affermi, 
ecroui, trempe. 

emmarine. 
trempe. 



trempe a la voice, 
auge pour la trempe. 
durete, fermete, solidite, 

chenevotte, etoupe. 
durete, fatigue, peine, travail, op- 
pression. 

filaments de chanvre, de lin etc. 



3auTH ea 

B&H&I 



B-b nopTb, n't ra- 
cy^na BI nopit. 



H3I'H6a HJIH HSBOpOTS 

P-BKH nepe^i canoif rasaHBK). 
lasaHB fljia y6i/KHma cy^oBi; HCKJC- 

CTBeHnuii nopxi. 
Sanepexi, rasaHt ^IIBK) HIH COHOMI; 

HaiosiiTB aanpemenie na cy^a 

Haxo^amiaca BT> rasaeH. 

?), ocymaromifica BO Bpena OT- 



yKpHTb,,npiH)THTI,, BBC- 

CTH vi, rasaHB, jjaBaTB npHCia- 
HHnte; yKpHTtca, BOHTH si 

npilOTHTBCfl. 

^eseprapa. 



TBepjafi; secTKifi; JKCCTO- 
ifi, cypOBHfi; 



oiiaaH- 
HHH (6oft). 

CUJBHO 3aiiep3aTB, MOpOBHTB. 



Tsep^oe ateafeo, HMiuomee nocxo- 



(roBopa o 
Kii-ieByio 



KptnEift npnnoft. 

Cxpyri,, pySaiiOKi.. 

Pa'fioxaxt ycHieHHO. 

Cy?;no CHJIBHO Hupaexi n noji;eprH- 

Baext Ka&axi CT> coxpacemestt 

Kopnyca if paaroyxa. 
PyjiB iio^i B^Tepi, na 6opxil * 



Ha 

IIpaBO na Copxt! 
PyjiB Ha B-fcxept na 6opxT>! 
^,tjiaxB TBepiHMi, aiecTKHMt; Kpi- 
HHXB, oKpinnxB; XBep^ixB, Kpin- 
, KptiiHTB, c^tjaxBca TBep- 



3aKaji;a, 



cxa.in CT, 

HCH) OXnyCKOM'b HJII 

HeGojiLinoe Kopuxo , 



sa 

. 

npn 



KptnocxB, xsepsocxB; cyposocxB. 

ipyjHocxB; oa;ecxo^eHie; sanajiKa 
KocxpHHa, naKja. 

; xpyjtnaa, Tastejaa pa6o- 

xa; 

rpy6ocxB. 
BoioKHa. 



Harmattan. 



280 



Hatch. 



10341. Harmattan. 



10342. Harping*, Or harpins S. 

Harp v. a. 

(V. also grapple). 

Harping iron V. harpoon. 

cat-harplngs or harpins Y. 

cat. 

10343. clean harpins. 

10344. full harpins. 

10345. Harpoon or harping iron, 
lechn. 

10346. gun harpoon, techn. 

10347. harpoon for hoisting up 
large fish, techn. 

10348. harpoon or spear for tur- 
tle, etc. techn. 

10349. Harpoon, v. a. 

10350. Harpooner, s. 

10351. Harsh, adj. 

10352. harsh or brittle iron, lechn. 

10353. Haslar-hospital: 



10354. Hasp, s. techn. 

10355. hasp-bolt, techn., 

10356. bolt of a hasp. 

hasp-pin Y. hasp-bolt. 

10357. pin of the male hasp of 
a hinge or joint-bolt, techn. 

10358. Hasp. v. a. 

10359. Hat-money (v. also pri- 
mage), C. 

10360. Hatch or hatchway, s. 



after hatchway Y. after. 
hatch-bars Y. bar. 
battens of the hatches Y. 
batten. 

to battea down the hat- 
ches Y. to batten. 

10361. hatch boat. 

10362. bulk-head at the side of a 

hatchway. 

coamings of the hatches Y. 

coamings. 

10363. companion hatchway. 

Cover of a hatchway Y 
corer. 

10364. hatchway-cover of a single 
frame, or booby-hatch. 
hatch or gate of a canal 
lock Y. gate. 

10365. fore-hatchway 

10366. hatchway-frame: or fra 
ming piece, 
hatch-grating Y. grating 



aarmatanl, vent qui souffle des 
bords de 1'Afrique, pris des iles 
du Cap. Yert. 

pieces de quartier. 
harper. 



vaisseau moins aigu a 1'avant. 
vaisseau aigu a 1'avant. 
harpon, dard, sutar. 



harpou a mousqueton. 

hallecroc . 

varre. 

harponner. 

barponneur. 

dur, aigre; raide, severe, rigide. 

fer dur. 

hopitai de Haslar, non loin de 
Gosport. 

agrafe, happe, moraillon, verrou, 

bouton, crochet, 
boulon de femelle de moraillon. 

boulon de fermeture. 

boulon de male de charniere. 

agrafer, accrocher; fermer un cro- 
chet, un verrou, un moraillon. 
primage, chapeau de maitre. 



^coutille; panneau, couvercle; demi- 
porte, porte coupee, vanne, 
cdu.se, bonde. 



bateau a 4coutille. 
tambour. 

tremue. 

panneau a, vassole. 



ecoutille de la soute aux pondres 
surbau. 



XapjiaxaHi: cyxoft Bixep-b, 

ci o'eperoB'L AcppiiKH, 61031 ocxpo- 
BOBI, Sejenaro sraca H necymiii ci> 
co6o odjioita xoeiaftmefi ntuiH. 
Beaten, ^acTb 6aproyxa, 
KI nocy. 



CyjjHO ci xynuiit HOCOM-B. 

Cf> OCTpHMl HOCOMl. 

rapnynt, Kpnte, ocxpora, Boxopti- 

MH 6i>K>ii KHXOBI H jipymx-b pu6T.; 

HocoKs^KymuAO (y ~ 
TapnyHij, Koxopafi i 

HS-B nymKH. 
Earopt MX BuxacKHBam'fl na Oepert 

6oai>inOH pu6H. 
3y6iaxaa ocxpora, 

^epenaxy. 
ocxporoio. 



cypOBOii, 
Xpyimoe 
XaoiepCKaa MOpcKaa rocnnxaxb BI 

Xacjepi CJIHSB locnopxa (BT> 



KoJii>n;o, HaKiajtKa, HaMexna, sacxes- 

i;;i; :;:iii,iiii:a. 
BOJIXHKI y KpafiHeS 



npo6oa. 

6ojixHK'B 
ymKO npo6oa. 



BOJXHKT> Mil fflXH(|)XHKl. Bl 



, npHn,tnHxi>; sannpaTt aa- 

CXeJKKOH), HaMCXKOH), Sa^BHKKOK). 

njaKi) : nsBicxHufi npouenxt csepxi 
4>paxxa, KoxopHH njiaxaxca DIKH- 
nepy BI BosnarpaaijieHie. 

, ptmexHaxufi HK>KT> na Kyne- 
cy^axi; nojiysBep^j XBO- 
sanpy.ua. 



JIiOKOBoe cy^Ho, y Koxoparo naay6a 

COCTOBIT. H31 JKKOBl, 

Bypa 6oKOBaa y 



JIlOKl CT& SOHXOMt HJH 

xpanoMt. 



Hatch. 



281 



Haul. 



10367. magazine-hatch. 

10368. main-hatch. 

10369. hatchway-nettings: 



10370. quarter hatch. 

10371. hatchway screens. 



10372. under-hatehes. 

10373. Hatch, v. a. 

10374. Hatchel, s. techll. 

10375. Hatchel, v. a. 

10376. Hatchet, s. 

10377. Haul, s. 

10378. haul-down. 

10379. haul of yarn. 



10380 Haul, V. a. 



10381. 
10382. 

10383. 

10384. 
10385. 
10386. 
10387. 
10388. 
10389. 



to haul 
to haul 

tack. 

to haul 
tack! 
to haul 
U) haul 
to haul 
to haul 
to haul 
to haul 



a tack, 
aboard the 



fore- 



aboard the main 

about, 
aft. 

aft the jib-sbeet; 
aft a lee-sheet, 
aft the main sheet, 
aft the sheets. 



10390. to haul away. 

10391. to haul a boat. 

10392. to haul close. 

10393. to haul close out the ca- 
rings. 

10394. to haul down. 

10395. to haul down the flag or 
colours. 

10396. to haul down the jib and 
main topmast stay-sail. 

10397. to haul down the studding 
sails. 

10398. to haul downwards or hang 
upon a rope. 

10399. to haul forward the swing- 
ing beam. 

10400. to haul home the topsail- 
sheets. 

10401. to haul in. 

10402. to haul in and fasten a 
brace. 

10403. to haul in the fore-sheet. 

10404. to haul in a rope. 

10405. to haul in the slack of a 
rope or taut. 

10406. ts haul in the slack of the 
lee tack. 



ecoutille de la soule aux pondrcs. 
grand panneau, grande ecoulille. 
bastinguages des ecoutes. 



ecoule a 1'arriere du grand mat. 

panneaux en laine tres epaisse, qu' 
on placait sur les ecoutes des 
vaisseaux de guerre durant le 
combat. 

dans la cale, sous les ecoutilles. 

hacher, laire des hachures. 

peigne, seran, echanvroir, ebau- 
choir. 

serancer, 6ehanvrer, charpir, peig- 
ner. 

hache, cognee, hachetle a marteau; 
hachereau, esseau, hache a 
main, courcet, ebauchoir. 

tiraillement, coup de filet, paquet 
de 400 torons de fll de caret. 

hale-bas. 

devidement des cordages. 

haler, tirer, trainer, tirailler, hous- 

pitler, abraquer, embraquer. 
amurer. 
amurer la misaine. 

amurer la grande voile. 

abraquer un canon. 

border, 

border le for. 

border 1'ecoute de sous le vent. 

border la grande voile. 

border les ecoutes. 

haler, tirer sur un cordage a force 

de bras, 
remorquer, touer. 

pincer le Vent. 

border ferme les rabans de poin- 

ture. 

amener, haler bas. 
serrer le pavilion. 

haler bas le grand for et la voile 

d'etai de hune. 
rentrer les bounettes. 

peser.. 

border le bout-dehors de bonnet