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A way to address a younger male.
Traditional calling when a sailor sights land.
Land of the Dead
- "The only reason I would want Jack Sparrow returned from the Land of the Dead is so I can send him back myself!"
- ―Sao Feng
Landlubber, or lubber, is a person unfamiliar with the sea or seamanship. The term doesn't derive from "land lover," but rather from the root of lubber, meaning clumsy or uncoordinated. Thus, a landlubber is one who is awkward at sea for familiarity with the land. The term is used to insult the abilities of one at sea.
A way to address a younger female.
- "I think that this is written in Latin."
"Latin! Fitz, that's perfect! Ye learned Latin from your tutors! I remember when ye told us of all the languages you speak."
"Thank everything blessed and cursed that you aristos learn all those bloody dead languages!"
- ―Fitzwilliam P. Dalton III, Arabella Smith, and Jack Sparrow
An ancient Italic language, originally spoken by the Italic Latins in Latium and Ancient Rome.
A book or journal used for keeping notes, especially one for keeping accounting records. The Harbormaster's ledger records the details of every ship and sailor tying up at the dock. Jack Sparrow's handful of coins, a small bribe to keep his arrival a secret, ensured that he doesn't appear in it.
The term legend has several meanings:
- A story of unknown origin describing plausible but extraordinary past events. (ex. Treasure of Cortés)
- Any person of extraordinary accomplishment. (ex. Blackbeard)
- Any key to the symbols and color codes on a map, chart, etc.
Leviathan (pronounced /lɨˈvaɪ.əθən/; Hebrew: לִוְיָתָן, Modern Livyatan Tiberian Liwyāṯān ; "twisted, coiled"), is a sea monster referred to in the Tanakh and the Bible. In Demonology, Leviathan is one of the seven princes of Hell and its gatekeeper. The word leviathan has become synonymous with any large sea monster or creature. During the Age of Piracy one of the EITC ships of the line was named the Leviathan.
The state between birth and death; the essence of the manifestation and the foundation of the being; the subjective and inner manifestation of the individual. The world in general, existence.
Thread or cloth made from flax fiber. Domestic textiles, such as tablecloths, bedding, towels, under clothes, etc, that are made of linen or linen-like fabrics of cotton or other fibers; linens.
A South American mammal of the camel family, Lama glama, used as a domestic beast of burden and a source of wool and meat.
A term used in reference to a person whose reckless behaviour endangers others; derived from the threat posed by loose cannon rolling about a warship under sail.  Ian Mercer described Davy Jones as such following the destruction of a pirate fleet.
- "Ah. Love. A dreadful bond. And yet, so easily severed."
- ―Davy Jones
A term of an intense feeling of affection and care towards another person; a deep or abiding liking for something; A profound and caring attraction towards someone. The object of one’s romantic feelings; a darling or sweetheart; a term of friendly address, regardless of feelings.