Mud hooks and brigantines

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   By Janny Wurts on Tuesday, June 02, 2009 - 08:59 am: Edit Post

Wouldn't ya know?

The "historical" slang term for anchor was 'mud hook'

And - the older spelling of Brigantine was brigandine - I'd occasionally seen this - and yes, it DOES in fact derive from Brigand! Wow. Fun. It was indeedy the vessel of choice for piracy on the high seas - being highly maneuverable.

Oh yes, we are floating at the moment...me, because I love my job, and the characters, because they are in a bit of a wet predicament. :-)


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