Nautae

NAUTAE. Strictly speaking, only carriers by water are comprehended under this word. But the rules which regulate such carriers have been applied to carriers by land. 2 Ld. Raym. 917; 1 Bell's Com. 467.

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xxvii, De observationibus navigationum, quibus utuntur nautae ad insulam Gyaua contendentes, fol.
retrospektiv angesprochen sind daruber hinaus eingelegte Erzahlungen wie Niceros' Werwolfsgeschichte (61,5 talem fabulam exorsus est, 'er begann, nachfolgende Fabel zu erzahlen') oder die Geschichte von der Matrone von Ephesos (113,1 risu excepere fabulam nautae, 'die Matrosen reagierten auf die Fabel mit Lachen'; vgl.
Another word taken by Erasmus from Dutch sailors' jargon is buse, which denoted a large drinking cup; Adagia 3116, entitled "Ex amphithero bibisti": "[Amphitheton] Hollandi nautae vocant 'busam'.