Definition of Seamen. Meaning of Seamen. Synonyms of Seamen

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Definition of Seamen

Seamen
Seaman Sea"man, n.; pl. Seamen. A merman; the male of the mermaid. [R.] ``Not to mention mermaids or seamen.' --Locke.
Seamen
Seaman Sea"man, n.; pl. Seamen. [AS. s[ae]man.] One whose occupation is to assist in the management of ships at sea; a mariner; a sailor; -- applied both to officers and common mariners, but especially to the latter. Opposed to landman, or landsman. Able seaman, a sailor who is practically conversant with all the duties of common seamanship. ordinary seaman. See Ordinary.

Meaning of Seamen from wikipedia

- Seaman may refer to: Sailor, a member of a marine watercraft's crew Seaman (rank), a military rank in some navies Seaman (name) (including a list of people...
- Officer: Qualified member Deck Dept.) (2) Able seamen (unlicensed qualified rating) (2) Ordinary seamen (entry-level rating) (0-1) Deck Cadet / unlicensed...
- Filipino seamen, also referred to as Filipino seafarers or Filipino sailors, are seamen, sailors, or seafarers from the Philippines. Although, in general...
- Philip William Seamen (28 August 1926 – 13 October 1972) was an English jazz drummer. With a background in big band music, Seamen pla**** and recorded in...
- The Seamen Milano are an American football team based in Milan, Italy that competes in the Italian Football League. The Seamen Milano were founded by Sergio...
- "eligible men of seafaring habits between the ages of 18 and 55 years". Non-seamen were sometimes impressed as well, though rarely. In addition to the Royal...
- to use emergency, lifesaving, damage control, and safety equipment. Able seamen perform all operations connected with the launching of lifesaving equipment...
- Merchant seamen crewed the ships of the British Merchant Navy which kept the United Kingdom supplied with raw materials, arms, ammunition, fuel, food and...
- The Seamen's Act, formally known as Act to Promote the Welfare of American Seamen in the Merchant Marine of the United States or Longs**** and Harbor...
- The Seamen's Strike of 1922 began on 12 January 1922, when Chinese seamen from Hong Kong and Canton (now Guangzhou) went on strike for higher wages. Led...