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Bones, Crazy, and Disney: PIRATES GRİBBEAN ON STRANGER TIDES PIRATE-SPEAK! CURRENCY Blunt slang for money or coin Cob or Cob Dollars-gold doubloons Doubloon-Spanish or Aztec Gold Pieces of Eight Silver Spanish coirn TREASURE: EXPRESSIONS: Batten down the hatches" -were expecting adverse conditions! "Bum-squabbled"- to be bafled Loot Swag Wracking trade-diving for sunken "By and large "Cracking a bottle-Lets open a bottle most FOODS: Bunny Grub-vegetables Burgoo a vile mash of boiled onmeal with salt, sugar and butter Cackle-Fruit- Dogsbody-sea biscuit soaked in water EXCLAMATIONS Blimey-to be surprised "Dead as bilge water" -rotting dead "Devil to pay"-seeing no clear way out of a situation "Eye of the wind" - the direction in which the wind is coming from "Feeling blue"-a ship without a captain flew a blue flag when returning to port Gone by the board" -anything lost over the side of a ship "Harp up in a clinch and no knife to cut the seizing's"- in a dificult a uyed up-to be uplifted Clear the deck-prepare for battle Land Ahoy- to see land Methinks-I believe ink me-to be surprised Aye or Aye, aye, sir!.or, Arr -yes Grog- Rum diluted w/ water Grub Hardtack a hard flour &water biscuit Loblolly Porridge or gruel Poor John-salted and dried fish Rum-a preferred drink of pirates Salmagundi- a particularly spicy soup Spirits -hearty beverages Splice the mainbrace-to have several PUNISHMENTS: Bite the Bullet-to stop the screaming from any puni manadles Feed the Fish - being thrown into the Clap in irons-coufined to iron Davy Jones'Locker-a watery grave I have the clywobbles- to be "I'll see you measured for chains" a particularly nasty threat feared by pirates "In due course-something will happen when it should happen Keep a weather eye open"-keep a sea Tack Tooth Rot-sugar Flogging-a short whip with a cat-o nine-tails attached at the end llows Dance-the dangling feet of a ERIENDS nnat Keelhaul-tying wrists & ankles, tossing eye on where the trouble might come from overboard then dragging under the keel of the ship Kiss the Gunner's Daughter to be bent over a ship's guns and flogged Kiss the Wooden Lady-to be tied up wl arms 'round the mast Maroon-abandoning an offender on a remote island Ropes End -referencing a hanging-to"Sweet Trade"-a pirate's profession meet the rope's end Sweating- being forced to run around the ship until you dropped while crew utilized various sharp objects 'encouraging "Rattle the bones to shake the dice ate or gambling with cards & dice "Shake a cloth in the wind" to be slightly tipsy or drunk "Shiver me timbers- to be very Me Hearties INSULTS: Addled-crazy Bilge Rat Bilge-sucking-an uncomplimentary Sink Me!" to be very "Stay the Course- a nautical term to not vary from the intended destination Dog Landlubber-land lover Lubber - a clumsy man Poxy, poxed-to be diseased Scurvy Dog Shark Bait "Tell it to the parrot" -to tell everyone, spreading gossip Three Sheet To The Wind" - to be "Yo Ho Ho" a very piratey thing to say Walking the Plank drop off the plank walkurtifyom fermm for a seaP * + ◇拳杏橤 O 2011 Disney
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Bones, Booty, and Crazy: IRATESRIBBEAN ON STRANGER TI PIRATE-SPEAK! CURRENCY Blunt-ang for moncy or cofm Cob or Cob Dollars Rold doubloons Doubloon Spaith or Astic Gold Pieces of Eight-Siver Spanish cocn TREASURE: Booty EXPRESSIONS Batten down the hatches "Bum-squabbled to bx bafo Loot expecting adversc conditios Swag Wracking trade-ivins for sunken cowfuseil or puzia By and large thmst Cracldng a bosde Lesopen a botle of wine ar nm Dead as bilge water- rotting dead "Devil to pay-seing no dear way out FOODS EXCLAMATIONS: Blimey- to be surprised Bunny Crub,wgctables Burgoo -a vile mash of boded with sait, segar and butter Cackle-Fruit- Dogsbody-so biscuit soakeal i water Me thinks beleve Clear the deck-prepare for battle Land Ahoy-to see lanuf "Eye of the wind-the directioe in whrich the winid is coming from Feeling blue-a ship without a captairn flew a blue Mag when returming to port "Gone by the board-anthing lost ink me-to be surprised Aye or Aye, aye, sir! ..or, Arr-y Grog Riwm diluted wel water PUNISHMENTS Clap in irons- to iron Davy Jones' Locker-a watery srave Hardtack a hard flour&water bisoat Loblolly Porridge or grud oer the side ofa sip et to stop the seraming Harp up in a clinch and no knife to cut the seizings-m a difhicult a sitartion Poor John-salod and dried fish Rum-apreferned drink of pirates Sálmagundi- a parficaularly spicy soupes Spirits hearty beverages Splice the mainbrace to lurve several ed the Fish- being throvet into the I have the collywobbles"-to be Tack Tooth Rot sea dead opalive Flogging- a short whip with a cat inc tals attached at the ed. I'll see you measured for chains particulary masty threat feared bry pirates In due coursesomthng will happen Gallows Dance- the dangling fecd ofa wen it should happen Keep a weather eye open keep an ERIENDS: Bucko where the tro Keelhaul tying wrists ankles, tossing overboard then dragging uuder the ked of the ship Kiss the Gunner's Daughter toe hent over a ship's guns and floggesd Kiss the Wooden Lady -to be tiod up R the bones- to shuke the dice or gambling with cards ch dice Shake a cloth in the wind-to lightly tipsy or drunk Shiver me timbers-to ie i Me Hearties INSULTS: Addled crazy Bilge Rat Bilge sucking- an uncomplomentaryremote istan round the mast ofender on Sink Me"-tobe ver suprioed abamfoning an Dog Land-lübber-land lover Lubber-a chumsy mut Poxy poxed to be dhurased Scurvy Dog Sharkk Bait h Swab-disrapectil bern for a seaman Ropes End-referencing o hanging to not vany from the utendted destination nect the rope Sweating- bens forced to run around the ship wntil you dropped while cre utilicol various sharp objects kncouraging "Stay the Course. α nautical terror te not vary from the intended destination Sweet Trade- pinat's profession Tell it to the parrot-t tell everyone spreading sossip Three Sheet To The Wind-to in waltking the Plankwau Ho Ho putey hing ro Yo Ho Hoatey thing to 米△+V 拳女崇
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