noun, genitive Pixidis Nau·ti·cae [naw-ti-kee]. /ˈnɔ tɪˌki/.
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Then Nautica and the Commodore embarked in a shore-boat on a voyage of discovery, a search for the lost channel.
Nautica ran into the galley and Lady Fairweather ran for the Commodore, who was out on deck.
Nautica had eyebrows and hair singed, though she found that out only when she got the flour off.
Nautica sighed resignedly as she agreed that we should starve first and get married afterward.
We entered the field, and had got almost to the grove when Nautica suddenly stopped, stared, and turned pale.