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Definition of Brigantine
brigantineBrigandine Brig"an*dine, n. [F. brigandine (cf. It.
brigantina), fr. OF. brigant. See Brigand.]
A coast of armor for the body, consisting of scales or
plates, sometimes overlapping each other, generally of metal,
and sewed to linen or other material. It was worn in the
Middle Ages. [Written also brigantine.] --Jer. xlvi. 4.
Then put on all thy gorgeous arms, thy helmet, And
brigandine of brass. --Milton. BrigantineBrigantine Brig"an*tine, n. [F. brigantin, fr. It. brigantino,
originally, a practical vessel. See Brigand, and cf.
1. A practical vessel. [Obs.]
2. A two-masted, square-rigged vessel, differing from a brig
in that she does not carry a square mainsail.
3. See Brigandine.
Meaning of Brigantine from wikipedia
- A brigantine
is a two-masted sailing vessel
with a fully
and at least
on the main mast: a square topsail
and a gaff sail...
- Brigantine Castle
was a po****r funhouse
and haunted house attraction
by the beach
, New Jersey. It was originally located
at the corner
The Island) is a city in Atlantic
County, New Jersey, United
States. As of the 2010 United States
Census, the city's po****tion was...
- The brigantine Yankee
was a steel hulled
schooner, originally constructed
by Nordseewerke, Emden, Germany
as the Emden, renamed
Duhnen, 1919. As Yankee...
- merchant brigantine discovered adrift
in the Atlantic Ocean
off the Azores Islands
4, 1872. The Canadian brigantine
to sail into the wind. Their rigging differs
from that of a brigantine which
has a gaff-rigged mainsail, while
a brig has a square mainsail
- Dei Gratia
was a Canadian brigantine built
in Bear River, Nova Scotia
in 1871. The brigantine
was named after
the Latin phrase
for "By the Grace
- ship), launched
in 1775 under another
), a Canadian brigantine launched
(yacht), a British
- Brigantine Island
as Brigantine Beach
Island) is an island
off the Atlantic Ocean coast
of New Jersey, located northeast
sign up for several months
of training aboard
a sail ship, a brigantine
, and travel around
half the globe
they are challenged
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