Bonaventure



a mast fitted with a lateen sail (bonaventure mizzen) or lugsail, situated behind the mizzenmast at or near the stern, used in the 16th and early 17th centuries.
Saint (“the Seraphic Doctor”) 1221–74, Italian scholastic theologian.
Contemporary Examples

Benedict the Philosopher Justin Green March 2, 2013

Historical Examples

Saint Bonaventure Rev. Fr. Laurence Costelloe, O.F.M.
The Cruise of the Nonsuch Buccaneer Harry Collingwood
Bonaventure George Washington Cable
Bonaventure George Washington Cable
Evelyn Innes George Moore
Bonaventure George Washington Cable
Bonaventure George Washington Cable
Bonaventure George Washington Cable
The Mistress of Bonaventure Harold Bindloss

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