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ZEE. — ZEE.

drinken, to go to Davy'a locker; water In de — tlragen. to carry coals to Newcastle; recht door — gaan. to be straightforward, plain-spoken, nonest; holle —. rough sea ; stort —. shed spa ; door hooge

— en beloopen worden, to ship high *eas;

— bouwen, to cleuve the wave»; op — aanii. to go to sea; ter —, by sea, in the navy, In — steken, to put to sea; recht door —. straightforward; —«al. sea-eel; —aluin, sea-leek, squill; —arend ospray; arm. bay; —assurantie. Marine-Insurance;

—assurai»tle-inaat«clia|»pU.Marine-Insui-

ance Compaly ; —atlas. sea-atlas; —haak. beacon, sea-mark; —bad, sea-bath; —beer. sea-bear, inoie, pier; —bewind.—(terecht, —raad, court of admiralty; —bloem. t>eaflower: —boek, marine-atlas, log-b«ok ; — boezem, bay, guif; — bonk. —rob. tar; —brand, surf, brenkers ; — hreker. mole, pier. —brief, passport; —commissaris, nava'l commissioner; —dienst, «ea- (uuvai) service, navy; —dier, sea-animal; — dyk, gea-ilike; — dorp. sea-town, coast-viiiage; — draak, sea-serpent; —drll't, flotsam ; —duivel. sea-devil; boid saiior. —egel, sea-hedgehog; —eend. sea-duck; —engte, strait; — gat. mouth of a hurbour, out iet, sea; —gedrocht. —monster.sea-monster; -gevaar, aea-risk ; —gevecht, aea-fight, naval combat; —gebruiken, naval customs; naar —gebruik, sliipshape; —grwan, ssn-plant; — gier, frigate-bird; —god. sea-god. Neptune; — godin,sea-goddeas,sirene; —gras, —wier, sea-weed, aea-gilliflower; —groen.sea-green, cerulean (colour); —haan. —raaf, c«»rmorant; — haas. sea-hare; -handel, spa-trade ; —haven, sea-port; outport; —held. naval hero ; —liond. sea-dog, seal; - hoofd, pier; —hoorn, cockie, conch, «heil; —kaart, seachart; -kalf. Bea-calf, seal; -kant. aeaaide ; —kapitein, sea-captain, captain in the navy; —kasteel, man-oi-war; -kat, inkflBh, sepia; —koe. sea-cow, walrus; - koelte, Bea-breeze; —kompas, mariner's eompass;

krab. aea-crab; —kreeft.lobster; — kryg.

—oorlog, naval war;—kust.—oever, seacoast; -leeuw, sea-iion; —leven, lile at sea. sea-farmg life; -lyst. - post. Lloyds list; —lucht, sea-ai ; —macht, naval force-,

man. sea-man, mariner; —shuis, saiiors

home; —manschap, sea-manship, navigation; —manschap gebruiken, to be cautious.to be reasonable, to comproinise matters;

iiiausleveii. sailor'a Hls, sea-faring iite;

—manstaal. saiior** (nautical) lanjjuage; — mans woordenboek, nautical dict'onary; —meermin, mermaid; —meeuw, sea-mew, gull; —i»»Ul. sea-mile, league; —mogendbeid. maritime power; —ol'llcier, naval officer, sea-officer, officer in the navy, — paard, sea-horae, walrus; —plaats, seatown; —recht, navlgation law, maritime

jaw. * register, journal, naval diary;

—reis. voyage; —rob, tar, old salt, saiior; — roof, sea-booty, piracy, —roover, pirate.

corsair; —roovery. piracy; —rooverU plegen, to pirate; —schade, average, sea-damage; —schip, sea-ship; —schuim, foam (froth) of the sea-, —schuimen, to pirate; —schuimer, pirate, corsair, picaroon; —slag, — str(|d, naval combat, sea-fight; — slak, sea-Mtail; —slang, sea-serpent; — sluis, sea-lock; —soldaat, marine ; —spiegel, Burface of the Bea ; —spin, sea-Bpider; —stad, 6ea-town; —ster, sea-star; —stilte, calm of Bea; —storm, Btorni at sea-, — strand, sea-sliore; —stuk. sea-piece; — tactiek, naval tactics; —term, sea-term, nautical term ; — tijding, sea-report, shipping intelligence; —tocht, naval expedition.voyage; —ton, buoy ; —trompet, speaking trumpet; —vaartier, navigator, saiior; —vaart, navlgation; —kunde, art of navigation-, — vaartscliool, naval school; —varend, seafaring ; — verzekering, marine insurance; —visch, sea-flsh; —vogel, sea-fowl; —volk, &eamen, aailors-. —vond, flotsam; — voogd, admiral; —voogdy, admiralship, dominion of the sea; — vrijbuiter, free-booter, privateer; —vrybultery, privateering; —waardig, sea-worthy-, —water, sea-water, brine; —wering, sea-fence; —wetten, maritime lawu; —wind, sea-wind, -breeze; —wolf, sea-wolf; —zaken, maritime atl'airs; —ziek, seasick ; —ziekte, sea-sickuess; —zog, wake, track of a ship at sea; — waart», bw. seawaids. .

Zeef, v. Bieve; —doek, straining- (sifting-)

cloth; —vormlg, in the form of a sieve. Zeeghaftig, bv. & bw. victorious (-ly); — held,

v. victoriousness.

Zeel, o. cord. tracé, strapc; —baan, rope-

al|i>y ; —draaier, rope-maker.

Zeelt, v. tench.

Zeem, o. ohamois, shammy, wash-leather, strained lioney (= honig-); — berelder, — touwer, leather- (shammy-) dresser, tawer; —leer, —leeren, shammy; een —leeren lap, a piece of wash-leather; —en, ov. w. to dress in white, to taw, to clean with a shammy clout.

Zeep, o. soap; om — gaan (lig.), to d>e, to go to one's long home, to go to Davy s locker; geurige —, scented (perfumed) soap; groene —, harde —, green-, hard soap; Mpaansclte —, witte—, yellow-, soft (curd) soap; —aarde, soap- (fuller's) earth; —achtig. saponaceous, soapy; —bak, soap-box, -dish; —bal, soap-bal 1; — kooper, soapseller; — kruid,soap-wort; — sop. soapsuds; —water, lather; —zietler. soap-boller;—ziederjj. soap-house; — achtig.bv.saponaceouu, soapy; —en, ov. w. to soap; —er, m. soapboiler; —erU, v. soap-house; — erig, bv. poapy. Zeer, bw. very, much, exceediugly-, al te —, too much; niet zoo —, not ao much; ook nog zoo —, ever so much.

Zeer, bv. sore (toe, flnger etc.); —, o. sore, scurf; — doen. to hurt, to grieve, to ache, to pain; —hoofd, scald-head; —hoof«ng. bv. (sore-) acald-headed; —ig. bv. luli

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