topman

Topman vs Seaman - What's the difference?

topman | seaman |


As nouns the difference between topman and seaman

is that topman is (nautical) the man stationed in the top on a sailing vessel, responsible for the setting of the sails while seaman is a mariner or sailor, one who mans a ship opposed to landman or landsman.

Terms vs Topman - What's the difference?

terms | topman |


As nouns the difference between terms and topman

is that terms is while topman is (nautical) the man stationed in the top on a sailing vessel, responsible for the setting of the sails.

Topmen vs Topman - What's the difference?

topmen | topman |


As nouns the difference between topmen and topman

is that topmen is while topman is (nautical) the man stationed in the top on a sailing vessel, responsible for the setting of the sails.

Toman vs Topman - What's the difference?

toman | topman |


As nouns the difference between toman and topman

is that toman is while topman is (nautical) the man stationed in the top on a sailing vessel, responsible for the setting of the sails.

Tupman vs Topman - What's the difference?

tupman | topman |


As nouns the difference between tupman and topman

is that tupman is (uk|dialect) a man who breeds, or deals in, tups while topman is (nautical) the man stationed in the top on a sailing vessel, responsible for the setting of the sails.

Toyman vs Topman - What's the difference?

toyman | topman |


As nouns the difference between toyman and topman

is that toyman is (dated) a male seller of toys while topman is (nautical) the man stationed in the top on a sailing vessel, responsible for the setting of the sails.

Topsman vs Topman - What's the difference?

topsman | topman |


As nouns the difference between topsman and topman

is that topsman is the chief drover of those who drive a herd of cattle while topman is (nautical) the man stationed in the top on a sailing vessel, responsible for the setting of the sails.

Sawpit vs Topman - What's the difference?

sawpit | topman |


As nouns the difference between sawpit and topman

is that sawpit is a pit over which lumber is positioned to be sawn with a long two-handled saw by two people, one standing above the timber and the other below while topman is (nautical) the man stationed in the top on a sailing vessel, responsible for the setting of the sails.

Sawyer vs Topman - What's the difference?

sawyer | topman |


As a proper noun sawyer

is for someone who made a living from sawing wood.

As a noun topman is

(nautical) the man stationed in the top on a sailing vessel, responsible for the setting of the sails.

Uppermost vs Topman - What's the difference?

uppermost | topman |


As an adjective uppermost

is at, or nearest the top of something.

As an adverb uppermost

is in the highest position.

As a noun topman is

(nautical) the man stationed in the top on a sailing vessel, responsible for the setting of the sails.

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