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These are a few of US Navy slang.....
Ahoy: This old traditional greeting for hailing other boats, was originally a Viking battle-cry.
Airedale: A sailor working in an avation rating in the US Navy.
Anchors aweigh: The word "Aweigh" is from the old English "Woeg" to raise.
Aye, Aye: This affirmative expression is generally supposed to be a corruption of the words Yea, yea.
Big-wigs: This slang term for men in high positions officers.
Bo'sun: Deck hand. Boatswain mate. Often called "Boats"
Carry on: While the order "Carry On" now mean only to proceed with any duty.
Chits: The name "chit" for a note or voucher
Chief or CPO: Chief Petty Officer. Head enlisted persons.
Crow's nest: The ship's lookout station. The highest point on the mast.
Cumshaw: International seagoing term for petty graft or secret commissions. Used as "Cumshaw artist"..
Davey Jones: This name is a corruption of Jonah, the Biblical gentleman who is credited with having supplied Vitamin A to a whale for three days.
Dinghy: This name for a ship's smallest boat.
Ditty bag: Seabag, duffel bag or laundry bag.
Forecastle (fo'c'stle): Bow of the ship where the anchor and assoicated equipment is stored.
Galley: Where food is prepared and consumed by enlisted men.
Gedunk: Candy, gum snacks. Or the place where such items are sold and consumed.
Half mast: Flags are flown at half-mast for mourning.
Hunky-Dory: This term, meaning everything is O.K.
Knots: Short for nautical mile. Which is longer than a mile. Speed of a ship is judge in miles.
"Keep your shirt on:" Be patient
Leathernecks: U.S. Marines earned this name in 1812, when stiff leathers bands were sewn into their collars to ward off sword strokes.
Liberty: I.E. Shore leave. Off duty time off the ship.
Log book: A book where a written recod of various ships activities is kept..
Lucky Bag: A place for all lost articles.
Master-at Arms: Ships Police.
Plan of the Day: Ships general instructions and scheduled published each day and read at quaters.
Port side. Left side
Quaters: Roll Call & where the Plan of the Day is passed.
Salt: A person that has spent a lot of time at sea. Such as bd popeye
Sea Lawyer: Not a member of the legal fraternity by any means, but a surly fellow who is forever arguing about anything and everything aboard ship.
Sick Bay: Ship's hospitals
Sickcall: Going to sick bay during designated hours because of an illness.
Skylarking: Playing around or acting silly.
Skate: A lazy sailor who is good at getting out of work.
Squared away: Knowing your job or rate and presenting an excellent manner in everything.
Starboard side: Right side
Taps: Lights out. Bed time.
The three-mile limit: It is that three miles being the distance over which a nation has jurisdiction regarding coastal waters. Of course this has change over the years.
Wardroom: Offices eating area on board ship. Also a lounge and meeting place for officers.
There's plenty more...trust me..