seafarer

Seafarer vs Crew - What's the difference?

seafarer | crew |


As nouns the difference between seafarer and crew

is that seafarer is a sailor or mariner while crew is a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane or crew can be (british|dialectal) a pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs or crew can be the manx shearwater.

As a verb crew is

to be a member of a vessel's crew or crew can be (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster.

Seafarer vs Sail - What's the difference?

seafarer | sail |


As nouns the difference between seafarer and sail

is that seafarer is a sailor or mariner while sail is salt.

Seafarer - What does it mean?

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Taxonomy vs Seafarer - What's the difference?

taxonomy | seafarer |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and seafarer

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while seafarer is a sailor or mariner.

Seafarer vs Farer - What's the difference?

seafarer | farer | Derived terms |

Seafarer is a derived term of farer.


As nouns the difference between seafarer and farer

is that seafarer is a sailor or mariner while farer is (archaic) tripper.

Seaman vs Seafarer - What's the difference?

seaman | seafarer |


As nouns the difference between seaman and seafarer

is that seaman is a mariner or sailor, one who mans a ship opposed to landman or landsman while seafarer is a sailor or mariner.

Seafarer vs Mobile - What's the difference?

seafarer | mobile |


As nouns the difference between seafarer and mobile

is that seafarer is a sailor or mariner while mobile is a sculpture or decorative arrangement made of items hanging so that they can move independently from each other ().

As an adjective mobile is

capable of being moved.

Seafarer vs Burgoo - What's the difference?

seafarer | burgoo |


As nouns the difference between seafarer and burgoo

is that seafarer is a sailor or mariner while burgoo is (nautical) a dish which originated among seafarers during the days of sail: a sort of porridge seasoned with sugar, salt and butter.

Sea vs Seafarer - What's the difference?

sea | seafarer |


As nouns the difference between sea and seafarer

is that sea is a large body of salty water (major seas are known as oceans) while seafarer is a sailor or mariner.

Travel vs Seafarer - What's the difference?

travel | seafarer |


As nouns the difference between travel and seafarer

is that travel is the act of traveling while seafarer is a sailor or mariner.

As a verb travel

is to be on a journey, often for pleasure or business and with luggage; to go from one place to another.

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