Spanish for "water"
Another name for tuna
Reduced to nothing
A loop in a rope
Spanish for "small store"
Mackerel-like fish that can grow up to 30 inches (75 cm) in length
The front part of a boat; rhymes with "now"
Spanish for "breeze"
The blunt end
Spanish for "cramp"
Spanish for "champion"
Covered by a shell
Tough connective tissue found in body joints
Surrendering possession of
Wispy, high-altitude clouds
Sweetened, slightly evaporated (thickened) cow's milk
Large clouds, flat on the bottom and fluffy at the top
Spanish slang for someone (or something) with ugly teeth
Spanish for "golden" or "gilded"; also Spanish for "dolphin"
Device that slows forward motion
Spanish for "spur"
6 feet or 1.83 meters
Very fine threads
Having a definite shape
Increasing in strength
Wreath, or something shaped like a wreath
The top planking on a wooden vessel; rhymes with "funnel"
Spanish for "bone"
The body of a ship
Shining with a display of rainbow colors
Spanish name for the letter "j"; pronounced "ho-ta"
Spanish for "game"
Thin oil burned for heating, cooking, or lighting
Short length of string or wire that connects the hook to the fishing line
From “leprosy,” a disease characterized by ulcers of the skin
Vertically; from top to bottom
Spanish for "bad"
Desire to cause harm
A great number
Belief in something spiritual, beyond normal human understanding or experience
Sick to one’s stomach, characterized by the urge to vomit
Sudden cold storm from the north
Fiber used for caulking seams in ships
Glowing but not producing heat
Turned as though on an axis
A hanging weight; also known as a plum bob
A transparent body that refracts a beam of light, making rainbow colors
Owner of a business
Poisonous compound found in decaying animal tissue; pronounced “toe´main”
Covering an area of ground by going over it in a back-and-forth manner
Idiomatic Spanish phrase meaning "not at all"
Straight, two-edged, narrow sword
Stiffening of the muscles after death; Latin for “stiffness of death”
Places where ships can anchor, less protected than a harbour
Spanish for "jinxed"
An animal that feeds on dead or decaying matter
Implement for mowing or reaping consisting of a long handle and a long, curved, sharp blade
The straight part of a hook
Nautical term for a rope
A pebbled beach
Shallow place in the water that causes difficulty in navigation; sandbar
Small flat-bottomed boat
Fishing boats used to transport catch
Dives down suddenly
Fishing lure shaped like a spoon
Name for various types of sea birds, smaller than gulls
Small pegs set in pairs on the gunwale to keep oars in place
Seat in a small boat
Spanish word for "shark"
Lever that turns the rudder to steer a boat
Post on a boat to which something towed behind the boat can be secured
Moving gracefully in a wavelike manner
Bones of the spinal column; single, vertebra
Rolling about clumsily
Inflamed bump or splotch on the skin