Etymology
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Words related to Sea

seaman (n.)
"a sailor," Old English sæmanna (plural); see sea + man (n.). Similar formation in Dutch zeeman, German Seemann, Old Norse sjomaðr.
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sea-monster (n.)
1580s, from sea + monster. Sea serpent is attested from 1640s. In Old English a sea-monster might be called sædraca "sea dragon," or sædeor.
seamount (n.)
by 1908, from sea + mount (n.1).
seaplane (n.)
1913, from sea + plane (n.2).
seaport (n.)
1590s, from sea + port (n.1).
sea-salt (n.)
c. 1600, from sea + salt (n.).
seashell (n.)
also sea-shell, Old English sæscel; see sea and shell (n.).
seashore (n.)
also sea-shore, 1520s, from sea + shore (n.). Old English used særima "sea-rim," sæ-strande, etc.
seasick (adj.)
also sea-sick, 1560s, from sea + sick (n.). Related: Seasickness.
seaside (n.)
also sea-side, c. 1200, from sea + side (n.). As an adjective from 1781. Old English had sæhealf.

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