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Numerology information Masted:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Definition funny of Masted:
The male equivalent of being white girl wasted.
When you wake up on the side of the road missing a hat and one shoe you know you were Masted.
pronounced like 'wasted', refers to an extreme state of intoxication to the point where a person pronounces the word "wasted" as "masted" involuntarily
I am masted right now.
Songs about Masted:
Boat, Sail - Three Masted Schooner: On Board: Heavy Wind Through Sails And Rigging, Wake Splash, Wood Creaks Sailboats... by Sound Effects from the Album Boats: Sound Effects
Boat, Sail - Three Masted Schooner: On Board: Medium Wind Through Sails And Rigging, Wake Splash Sailboats by Sound Effects from the Album Boats: Sound Effects
Four Masted Schooner by Melanie Phippard from the Album Malibu Barbie Bliss
Masted By Civ by Manhattan Gandhi from the Album Losing Is A Way To Win
On Board a Three Masted Schooner Raising a Sail by Dr. Sound Effects from the Album Naval Sounds
On Board a Three Masted Schooner Raising a Sail by Sound FX from the Album Amazing Sound Effects of Boats & Ships
On Board a Three Masted Schooner Turning a Winch by Sound FX from the Album Amazing Sound Effects of Boats & Ships
Books about Masted:
Masted Structures in Architecture (Butterworth Architecture New Technology Series) by James Harris and Kevin Li (May 9, 1996)
Coasting Schooner: The Four-Masted Albert F Paul (Museum publication) by Robert H. Burgess (Feb 1988)
Herzogin Cecilie: The Life and Times of a Four-Masted Barque (Conway's History of Sail) by Basil Greenhill and John Hackman (Apr 1998)
Four Masted Schooners of the East Coast by Paul C Morris (1975)
The T.W. Lawson, The Fate of the World's Only Seven-Masted Schooner by Thomas Hall (Oct 16, 2006)
The Three Masted Schooner James Miller: A History and Model Maker's Source Book (Maritime) by William S Quincy (Jan 1, 1970)
The Quest Of The Schooner Argus: A voyage to the Grand Banks and Grenland on a modern four masted fishing schooner... by Alan Villiers (Jan 19, 1951)
Wiki information Masted:
In sailing, a brigantine is a two-masted vessel with foremast fully square rigged and her mainmast rigged with both a fore-and-aft mainsail and a square topsail, and possibly a topgallant sail.
A carrack or nau was a three- or four-masted sailing ship developed in the 15th century by the Portuguese for use in the Atlantic Ocean and became widely used by Europe's maritime powers. It had a high rounded stern with large aftcastle, forecastle...