me =my or just me
judje = judge
Full 'o awe =awesome
Avast, thar =hey
Sea monster =any animal
Approximately = approximately
any house =ship
'tis= it's or this
lol=Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum
Avast ye=Pay attention. Black spot=Death threat. Dance the hempen jig=To hang someone. Dungbie=Rear end. Hempen halter=The noose used to hang people. Hornswaggle=To cheat. Shiver me timbers=An expression used to show shock or disbelief.
Abaft=Back area of the boat Binnacle=Where the compass is kept on board the ship Cackle fruit=Chicken eggs Coaming=A surface that prevented water on the deck from dripping to lower levels of the ship Duffle=A sailor's belongings Head=Toilet on board the ship Holystone=Sandstone that was used to scrub the ships Jacob's Ladder=Rope ladder that was used to climb aboard ships Monkey=Small cannon Monkey jacket=Short jacket worn by some of those aboard the ship Orlop=Deck where cables are stored away Cockswain=The helmsman Flibustier=Pirates of the Golden Age Freebooter=Refers to an actual pirate Landlubber=A person who is not incredibly skilled at sea Powder monkey=A gunner's assistant Black jack=Large drinking cups Davy Jones' Locker=Refers to death Ahoy=Hello Ahoy, matey=Hello, friend Batten down the hatches=A signal to prepare the ship for an upcoming storm Blimey!=Something said when one is in a state of surprise Blow the man down=A command which means to kill somebody Booty=Treasure
Buccaneer=Name for a pirate Crow's nest=The place on the ship where the lookout stand is built Cutlass=Type of sword used by the pirates Feed the fish=Meaning that an individual or group of individuals will soon die Heave ho=Instruction to put some strength into whatever one is doing Jolly Roger=The famous pirate flag with a skull and crossbones on it Man-O-War=The name used for a pirate ship that is all set and ready to go to war Old salt=A sailor that has a great deal of experience on the sea
Privateer=Pirates who are sponsored by the government Scallywag=A name that is used as an insult to someone Scuttle=To sink a ship Seadog=An old sailor or pirate Shark bait=Going to die soon Thar she blows!=An expression used when a whale is spotted from the ship Son of a biscuit eater=An insult Three sheets to the wind=Someone who is quite drunk Walk the plank=A punishment which entails someone who walks over the side of the ship off of the plank. Their hands are often tied so that they cannot
that they cannot swim and they drowned.
Yo Ho Ho=There is often used to express some sort of cheer but also can be used to call attention to the speaker.