Translation for 'seafarer' from English to Russian
NOUN   a seafarer | seafarers
SYNO gob | Jack | Jack-tar | ...
мореход {м} [устр.]
мореплаватель {м}seafarer [poet.]
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Translation for 'seafarer' from English to Russian

мореход {м} [устр.]морс.
seafarer [poet.]
мореплаватель {м}
Usage Examples English
  • A song by a Danish seafarer hoping for wind.
  • is a seafarer's identity document issued by his country.
  • Jan Jacobszoon May van Schellinkhout (...) was a Dutch seafarer and explorer.
  • Henk de Velde (12 January 1949 – 3 November 2022) was a Dutch seafarer. He was especially known for his long solo-voyages around the world.
  • All 11 Houses at the Royal Hospital School are named in honour of a famous seafarer.

  • A seafarer may start the process of attaining a license after three years of service in the deck department on ocean steam or motor vessels, at least six months of which as able seaman, boatswain, or quartermaster.
  • Atanas Hranov is an avid seafarer.
  • ISWAN runs a welfare service SeafarerHelp. ISWAN also runs the Seafarer Emergency Welfare Fund, produces health information for seafarers, and provides information on the location of seafarer centres.
  • A young girl abandoned on a South Seas island falls in love with a worthless seafarer.
  • He became a successful seafarer and merchant, possessing his own ship and owning an entire network of commercial and warehouse facilities in Trieste.

  • Squire Bence (15 May 1597 – 27 November 1648) was an English merchant, seafarer and politician who sat in the House of Commons of England from 1640 to 1648.
  • Mountain guide, and seafarer, he was the shipmate of Laurent Bourgnon on board "Primagaz".
  • Jacob was seafarer trading mostly on Norway in the transport of wood.
  • Hayes was a merchant and a seafarer, eventually becoming a ship's captain. One of his more memorable naval trips involved a 1787 voyage to China on the "Asia".
  • Starting from June 2009, all applicants for an Estonian seafarer's discharge book are required to provide their fingerprints to be stored on the biometric chip in their seafarer's discharge book.

  • Kapaiwai Tuimacilai Mara (born between 1815 and 1820 – 6 August 1859), chiefly seafarer, and descendant of the Vunivalu of Bau.
  • Yakov Permyakov ([...]; died 1712) was a Russian seafarer, explorer, merchant, and Cossack.
  • Stanislav Kyrylovych Strebko ([...]; 28 February 1937 – 28 July 2008) was a Soviet seafarer and Ukrainian politician.
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