Definition of Patache. Meaning of Patache. Synonyms of Patache

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Definition of Patache

Patache
Patache Pa`tache", n. [F. & Sp. patache, P. patacho.] (Naut.) A tender to a fleet, formerly used for conveying men, orders, or treasure. [Spain & Portugal]

Meaning of Patache from wikipedia

- A patache is a type of sailing vessel with two masts, very light and shallow, a sort of cross between a brig and a schooner, which originally was a warship...
- Andrei Alexandru Patache (born 29 October 1987) is a Romanian footballer who plays as a right back for Liga I club Botoșani. He made his debut on the...
- Cyprus and the region of Çukurova. It was composed of 5 galleons and a patache. These ships were the 52-gun Concepción, flagship of Rivera; the 34-gun...
- Montemayor (18 guns). Patache La Maria de Aguirre (6 guns). Patache La Isabela (10 guns). Patache de Miguel de Suso (6 guns). Patache San Estaban (6 guns)...
- happened on 8 January 1565 by Spanish navigator Alonso de Arellano commanding patache San Lucas. It was charted by Arellano as Los Nadadores ("The Swimmers"...
- expedition commanded by Sargento Mayor Francisco Padilla on board of the patache Santísima Trinidad in November 1710. Satellite view of the Island...
- López de Legazpi, splitting off from the rest of the fleet in the galleon patache San Lucas, piloted by Lope Martín, after leaving the port of Barra de Navidad...
- discovered by Spanish navigator Alonso de Arellano in 1565 on board of the patache San Lucas, who charted it as Mira Cómo Vas (Look how you're going in Spanish)...
- Spanish navigator Alonso de Arellano on 23 January 1565 on board of the patache San Lucas. In 1802 it was explored by Spanish naval officer Don Juan Lafita...
- Spanish navigator Alonso de Arellano on 8 January 1565 on board of the patache San Lucas. Jabat Island was claimed by the Empire of Germany along with...