a gull, especially any of the marine species.
a popular name for gull1
(NZ) a casual wharf labourer who is not a trade-union member
In land measure, a space of 50 cubits long by 50 broad. In measure of capacity, a seah was a little over one peck. (See MEASURE.)
noun 1. any gastropod of the order Aplysiacea, comprising large marine sluglike mollusks with a reduced, internal shell. noun 1. any of various marine gastropods of the order Aplysiomorpha (or Anaspidea), esp Aplysia punctata, having a soft body with an internal shell and two pairs of earlike tentacles
noun 1. a twin-engine, four-seat U.S. Navy helicopter used for surveillance, targeting, and antisubmarine warfare.
noun 1. a Bronze Age timber circle discovered off the coast of Norfolk in E England. Dating from 2050 bc, it is thought to have been used as a ceremonial site