The pirate ship ladies wont be jumping for Fleet Week when Aggie emerges from the cab, unless those felines have penises, Aggies not interested.A girl scout, Bluejacket, Boater, Cadet, Deck hand, Gob-gobbler, Jack, Lascar, Middy, Pilot, Sea daddy, Sea pussy, Seafarer, Seaman Schmuckatelli, Shellback, Skittles, Swabby, Tarpaulin, Tuna, Water dog, Wind jammer, Yachter
Aikane is a term used in traditional Hawaiian culture for an intimate male friend of lower rank involved with a man of ali’i (noble) rank. In contemporary Hawaiian folklife, it now refers to a close male confidante to another man, and with whom he might have a sexual relationship. It may also refer to a dear friend of any sex or gender.[sic] Source: Qualia FolkChocky Jockey, Chocolate Runway Pilot, Chuff Adder, Chuff, Chum, Church Mouse, Chutney Farmer, Cloven Hoofter, Collar and cuff, Colonchoker/ commando, Con, Cork Soaker, Cream Puff, Daisy, Dinner Masher, Dirt Tamper, Donut Puncher, Doo doo chaser, Flamer, Flit, Flower, Girly-man, He-she, Homo, Homosexual, Limp Wrist, Mary, Miss Nancy, Muscle Mary, Omni-polone, Pederast, Pillow Biter, Poof, Poofter/ Pooftah, Queen, Queer, Rectum Ranger, Turd Cavern Explorer, TurdTamperer, Twinkie, Uphill Gardner,
He's a man of homely status. person who works in aviation; not to be confused with Airedale Terrier.
A young male aristocrat of noble birth. Based on the name, "Algernon" commonly being attached to a man of wealth and inherit nobility. (e.g. Algernon Seymour - the 7th &15th Duke of Somerset and Algernon Moncrieff - The Importance of Being Earnest). "He's an Algie, you better mind that curtsy dear."Algy, Aristocrat, Nobleman, Viceroy, Gentleman, Sir, Peer, Lord, Knight, Esquire, Baron, Viscount
A young male aristocrat of noble birth. Based on the name Algernon commonly being attached to a man of wealth and inherit nobility. (e.g. Algernon Seymour - the 7th &15th Duke of Somerset and Algernon Moncrieff - The Importance of Being Earnest). "He's an Algie, you better mind your curtsy, dear."Algie, Aristocrat, Nobleman, Viceroy, Gentleman, Sir, Peer, Lord, Knight, Esquire, Baron, Viscount
A thief or looter. Term used by American and Iraqi soldiers to depict looters or tomb raiders that would destroy anything to make a buck. Based on the tale of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. 2.) Term used by British soldiers to refer to Iraqi soldiers in the war.Tomb raiders, Bad Hat, Bandit, Bandilero, Banko, Blaggard, Bunko Steerer, Bull trap, Bully buck, Bully cock, Bully huff, Bunco man, Bunko Artist, Cadator, Canker Blossom, Coistrel, Come-on Guy, Con man, Confidence man, Coustelier, Cross Roader, Dirty rotten scoundrel, Flannel mouth, Flim flam man, Four Flusher, Grifter, Hoser, Jack in the Pulpit, Jarkman, Knave, Matchstick men, Mr. Quick, Outlaw, Scab, Scoundrel, Sidewinder, Slickster, Snake, Two-bit hustler, Upright man, Wide Boy