- On the sea, especially on a sea voyage.
- In a state of confusion or perplexity; at a loss.
- on the open sea
- uncertain; bewildered
- to become a sailor
- to go on a voyage
- to sail away from land
Other Word Forms of Sea
Origin of Sea
Middle English see, from Old English sÇ£ (“sea, lake"), from Proto-Germanic *saiwiz (compare West Frisian see, Dutch zee, German See), probably from Proto-Indo-European *shâ‚‚ei-u̯o- 'to be fierce, afflict' (compare Latin saevus (“wild, fierce"), Tocharian saiwe (“itch"), Latvian sievs, sÄ«vs (“sharp, biting")). More to sore.
Middle English see from Old English sǣ
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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