seadog

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See also: seadóg, sea-dog, and sea dog

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From sea +‎ dog.

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seadog (plural seadogs)

  1. A sailor accustomed to the sea.
    The old seadog knew the storm was coming long before the rest of the crew were aware of it.
  2. A pirate.
  3. (archaic) A seal. (marine mammal)
  4. (heraldry) A charge resembling the talbot but with scales, webbed feet and a broad tail.
  5. A dogfish.
  6. (uncommon) An omen of bad luck.
  7. (uncommon) A white-topped wave in an estuary.

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