English to Tajik Meaning :: seafarer

Seafarer :
- баҳрнавард
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Noun(1) a man who serves as a sailor
1. mariner ::
2. jack ::
3. gob ::
4. old salt ::
намак сола
5. jack-tar ::
6. seaman ::
7. sea dog ::
саг баҳр
8. tar ::
равцани ароба
English to Tajik Dictionary: seafarer

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