- brigadier general,
- briggs, henry,
- briggsian logarithm,
- brigham city
Origin of brigantine
Examples from the Web for brigantine
Truly, if it be not for trade, there is little in common between the mariners of the brigantine and Alderman Van Beverout.
The brigantine had indeed showed a light, as if in mockery of the attempt of the royal cruiser.
The arrival of the cutter produced no sensation among those who were found on the deck of the brigantine.
Yesterday the brigantine came in from San Francisco, so we can get our letters off soon.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 24 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
The pirates cheered their captain's speech, and began to fasten the brigantine to their ship.The Corsair King|Mr Jkai
Word Origin for brigantine
"small two-masted ship," 1520s, from Middle French brigandin (15c.), from Italian brigantino, perhaps "skirmishing vessel, pirate ship," from brigante "skirmisher, pirate, brigand" from brigare "fight" (see brigade).