(lowercase) a pirate.
a brightly striped woolen fabric used for tents, awnings, curtains, etc.
There is probably no more thrilling or exact an account of the Algerine slavery than he has given in “Don Quixote.”
Wit and Wisdom of Don Quixote Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
Our larboard bow-chaser was fired, but the Algerine took no notice of it.
Paddy Finn W. H. G. Kingston
In truth, the arguments from this case are worth little, even to those who approve the buying an Algerine forbearance of piracy.
The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. V. (of 12) Edmund Burke
The Algerine had, after all, outmanœuvred the over-clever Genoese.
Famous Sea Fights John Richard Hale
The Turkish and Algerine war fleets were almost entirely manned at the oars by captives thus secured.
The Story of Malta Maturin M. Ballou
The Algerine could not believe this, and told the American so.
Historic Adventures Rupert S. Holland
The Algerine had her ventilators up, masts all standing, and yards crossed.
With the Allies to Pekin George Alfred Henty
Could I get at it by some fortunate introduction to the Algerine ambassador?
The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb Charles Lamb
He was an Arnaut or Albanian, who was captured by an Algerine pirate at the age of twelve, and early showed a turn for adventure.
The Story of the Barbary Corsairs Stanley Lane-Poole
We have seen, in consequence, Algerine corsairs commanded by an archbishop.
Cinq Mars, Complete Alfred de Vigny
a soft striped woollen cloth
of or relating to Algeria or its inhabitants
a native or inhabitant of Algeria
a male given name: from an Old North French word meaning “whiskered.”. Historical Examples He didn’t look a bit like a preacher, and he said his name was Algernon. Drusilla with a Million Elizabeth Cooper “Yes, there can be no objection to your going,” answered Algernon. Won from the Waves W.H.G. Kingston Algernon was at […]
sensitivity to pain; hyperesthesia. noun (physiol) the capacity to feel pain algesia al·ge·si·a (āl-jē’zē-ə, -zhə) n. Hypersensitivity to pain. Also called algesthesia.
sensitivity to pain; hyperesthesia. noun (physiol) the capacity to feel pain algesic al·ge·sic (āl-jē’zĭk, -sĭk) adj. Relating to hypersensitivity to pain. Relating to or causing pain. algesia al·ge·si·a (āl-jē’zē-ə, -zhə) n. Hypersensitivity to pain. Also called algesthesia.