ship’s boy

ship’s boy

ship’s boy Word Origin noun

  1. a male attendant, as a cabin boy, steward, etc., employed to wait on a ship’s passengers or officers.

Origin of ship’s boy First recorded in 1545–55 British Dictionary definitions for ship’s boy ship’s boy noun

  1. a young man or boy employed to attend the needs of passengers or officers aboard ship

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