"You're on the wrong tack, matey," said the man in the bunk.
I said it was the wa— tlat tlat tlat—Oh, I say, matey, I am thirsty.
Nor did Mr. Cuper dare demand from matey a sight or restitution of the young lady's half of the correspondence.
Only a reputation like matey's could have kept his leadership from a challenge.
matey was good at lessons, too—liked them; liked Latin and Greek; would help a poor stumbler.
Was it not a kind of summons to her to call him matey just once, only once, in play?
matey said he should be happy to reach it with half the honours Lord Ormont had won.
Only she was handsome then, and she is handsome now; and she looks on matey Weyburn now just as she did then.
"Well, come along, matey," said the younger of the two to his companion.
So you'll do me a favor, matey, an' pilot me down into the cabin, if so be the skipper's there.
A friend of the same sex; a friend or companion: Give me a hand, mate (1380+)