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captaincap"tain (kăp"t&ibreve;n), n. [oe. capitain, captain, of. capitain, f. capitaine (cf. sp. capitan, it. capitano), ll. capitaneus, capitanus, fr. l. caput the head. see under chief, and cf. chieftain.] 1. a head, or chief officer; as: (a) the military officer who commands a company, troop, or battery, or who has the rank entitling him to do so though he may be employed on other service. (b) an officer in the united states navy, next above a commander and below a commodore, and ranking with a colonel in the army. (c) by courtesy, an officer actually commanding a vessel, although not having the rank of captain. (d) the master or commanding officer of a merchant vessel. (e) one in charge of a portion of a ship's company; as, a captain of a top, captain of a gun, etc. (f) the foreman of a body of workmen. (g) a person having authority over others acting in concert; as, the captain of a boat's crew; the captain of a football team. a trainband captain eke was he. the rhodian captain, relying on the lightness of his vessel, passed, in open day, through all the guards. 2. a military leader; a warrior. foremost captain of his time.captain general. (a) the commander in chief of an army or armies, or of the militia. (b) the spanish governor of cuba and its dependent islands.captain lieutenant, a lieutenant with the rank and duties of captain but with a lieutenant's pay, -- as in the first company of an english regiment.captain cap"tain (?), v. t. to act as captain of; to lead. [r.] men who captained or accompanied the exodus from existing forms.captain cap"tain, a. chief; superior. [r.] captain jewes in the carcanet.   similar words(10) 

 captain bligh  captain kidd  sea captain  captain lieutenant  captain cook  captain general  led captain  captain hicks  flag captain  post-captain 

(v. t.)

To act as captain of; to lead.  

(n.)

The military officer who commands a company, troop, or battery, or who has the rank entitling him to do so though he may be employed on other service.  

(n.)

The master or commanding officer of a merchant vessel.  

(n.)

The foreman of a body of workmen.  

(n.)

One in charge of a portion of a ship's company; as, a captain of a top, captain of a gun, etc.  

(n.)

By courtesy, an officer actually commanding a vessel, although not having the rank of captain.  

(n.)

An officer in the united states navy, next above a commander and below a commodore, and ranking with a colonel in the army.  

(n.)

A person having authority over others acting in concert; as, the captain of a boat's crew; the captain of a football team.  

(n.)

A military leader; a warrior.  

(n.)

A head, or chief officer  

(a.)

Chief; superior.  

MeaningHave a look. OriginMay be of australian origin rather than cockney rhyming slang.

Noun1. an officer holding a rank below a major but above a lieutenant (hypernym) commissioned military officer (classification) military, armed forces, armed services, military machine, war machine2. the naval officer in command of a military ship (synonym) skipper (hypernym) commissioned naval officer (hyponym) flag captain (classification) military, armed forces, armed services, military machine, war machine3. a policeman in charge of a precinct (synonym) police captain, police chief (hypernym) policeman, police officer, officer (hyponym) chief Constable4. an officer who is licensed to command a merchant ship (synonym) master, sea captain, skipper (hypernym) officer, ship's officer (hyponym) Kidd, william Kidd, captain Kidd5. the leader of a group of people; "a captain of industry" (synonym) chieftain (hypernym) leader6. the pilot ins charge of an airship (synonym) senior pilot (hypernym) pilot, airplane pilot (hyponym) group captain7. a diningroom attendant who is in charge of the waiters and the seating of customers (synonym) headwaiter, maitre d'hotel, maitre d' (hypernym) dining-room attendant, restaurant attendantVerb1. be the captain of a sports team (hypernym) head, lead (derivation) chieftain

captaen

Cadben = n. a captain

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person buying the drinks; 2. look (see: “Captain Cook”)

a look (rhyming slang, from Captain (James) Cook, english discoverer of the east coast of Australia)

(ironic) clumsy, uncoordinated person

spuds, potatoes

to have a look



→ As a purely military title, "captain" answers to sar in the hebrew army and tribune in the Roman. the captain of the guard in (Acts 28:16) was probably the prefectus pratorio . → Katsin, occasionally rendered captain, applies sometimes to a military, (Joshua 10:24; judges 11:6,11; isaiah 22:3; daniel 11:18) sometimes to a civil command, e.g. (Isaiah 1:10; 3:6) → the captain of the temple, mentioned (Luke 22:4; acts 4:1; 5:24) superintended the guard of priests and Levites who kept watch by night in the temple.   

three; the third; prince; captain  

captain; prince  

three; chief; captain  

(1.) Heb. sar (1 Sam. 22:2; 2 Sam. 23:19). rendered "chief," Gen. 40:2; 41:9; rendered also "prince," Dan. 1:7; "ruler," Judg. 9:30; "governor,' 1 kings 22:26. this same hebrew word denotes a military captain (Ex. 18:21; 2 kings 1:9; Deut. 1:15; 1 Sam. 18:13, etc.), the "captain of the body-guard" (Gen. 37:36; 39:1; 41:10; Jer. 40:1), or, as the word may be rendered, "chief of the executioners" (marg.). the officers of the king's body-guard frequently acted as executioners. Nebuzar-adan (Jer. 39:13) and Arioch (Dan. 2:14) held this office in Babylon. the "captain of the guard" mentioned in acts 28:16 was the praetorian prefect, the commander of the praetorian troops. (2.) another word (Heb. katsin) so translated denotes sometimes a military (Josh. 10:24; Judg. 11:6, 11; Isa. 22:3 "rulers;" Dan. 11:18) and sometimes a civil command, a judge, magistrate, Arab. kady, (Isa. 1:10; 3:6; micah 3:1, 9). (3.) It is also the rendering of a hebrew word (shalish) meaning "a third man," or "one of three." the LXX. render in plural by tristatai; i.e., "soldiers fighting from chariots," so called because each war-chariot contained three men, one of whom acted as charioteer while the other two fought (Ex. 14:7; 15:4; 1 kings 9:22; comp. 2 kings 9:25). this word is used also to denote the king's body-guard (2 kings 10:25; 1 Chr. 12:18; 2 Chr. 11:11) or aides-de-camp. (4.) the "captain of the temple" mentioned in acts 4:1 and 5:24 was not a military officer, but superintendent of the guard of priests and Levites who kept watch in the temple by night. (Comp. "the ruler of the house of God," 1 Chr. 9:11; 2 Chr. 31:13; Neh. 11:11.) (5.) the captain of our salvation is a name given to our lord (Heb. 2:10), because he is the author and source of our salvation, the head of his people, whom he is conducting to glory. the "captain of the lord's host" (Josh. 5:14, 15) is the name given to that mysterious person who manifested himself to abraham (Gen. 12:7), and to moses in the bush (Ex. 3:2, 6, etc.) the angel of the covenant. (See ANGEL.)

rank in R.N. between commander and Commodore. In merchant navy is a courtesy title for a master mariner in command of a ship.

n. HoD

ot-lan (army/marines); khart-lan (naval/Starfleet)

Captain is a rank or title with various meanings. the word came to english via French from the Latin capitaneus ("chief") which is itself derived from the latin word caput ("head").

highest officer aboard ship. oversees all ship operations. keeps ships records. handles accounting and bookkeeping. takes command of vessel in inclement weather and in crowded or narrow waters. handles communications. receives and implements instructions from home office.

To dream of seeing a captain of any company, denotes your noblest aspirations will be realized. If a woman dreams that her lover is a captain, she will be much harassed in mind from jealousy and rivalry.  

Captain's Table, blended scotch WhiskyBy: Littlemill Dist. (Dumbarton, Scotland)

highland Captain, blended scotch WhiskyBy: tower blending Co. Ltd. (Glasgow & London, U.K.)

Captain, founder of the Teaninich distillery in 1817 in Alness, Ross-shire, highland (Scotland)

Captain, recognized athlete and member of Parliament, founder of the Glenury royal distillery in 1825, in Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, highland (Scotland).

Captain, founder of the royal Brackla distillery located in Cawdor, Nairn, Speyside, highlands (Scotland), in 1812.

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Word analysis of captain

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Vocalscaptain
Consonantscaptain
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