Associations to the word «Maritime»
MARITIME, adjective. Related to the sea or sailing.
MARITIME, adjective. Bordering on the sea.
MARITIME, adjective. Living near or in the sea.
MARITIME, adjective. Of or relating to a mariner or sailor.
MARITIME ALPS, proper noun. A part of the Alps between France and Italy.
MARITIME ARCHAEOLOGY, noun. A branch of archaeology that specializes on seas, lakes, and rivers.
MARITIME ARCHEOLOGY, noun. (US) Alternative spelling of maritime archaeology
MARITIME LAW, noun. The body of law concerning international trade on the high seas.
MARITIME LOAN, noun. A loan secured by bottomry or respondentia bonds.
MARITIME LOANS, noun. Plural of maritime loan
MARITIME PINE, noun. A pine tree, Pinus pinaster, that usually grows in the western Mediterranean region.
MARITIME PINES, noun. Plural of maritime pine
MARITIME PROVINCES, proper noun. The region of Canada comprising the provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.
MARITIME REPUBLIC, noun. (historical) Any of several city-states of Italy and Dalmatia which established colonies and trading posts across the Mediterranean and the Black Sea during the Middle Ages.
MARITIME SIGN LANGUAGE, proper noun. An extinct sign language from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, Canada.
MARITIME, adjective. Relating to or involving ships or shipping or navigation or seamen; "nautical charts"; "maritime law"; "marine insurance".
MARITIME, adjective. Bordering on or living or characteristic of those near the sea; "a maritime province"; "maritime farmers"; "maritime cultures".
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