Here are some more Cancun Jolly Roger Pirate Ship lingo tips to get you talking like a pirate:
Pirate Slang C – E
Cackle Fruit – pirate for “eggs.”
“I be gettin’ me some cackle fruit for breakfast”
Cap’n – An abbreviation for “Captain”.
“Aye, aye Cap’n!”
Carouser – A pirate party-animal who likes rowdy drinking.
“He be a carouser, drinking all the grog.”
Cat o’nine tails – Pirate slang for a whip used for flogging which has many lashes.
“Cat o’ nine tails for anyone who disobeys me orders, argghh!”
Chantey – Songs sung by sailors and pirates (alternative spellings shantey / Shanty)
“Brin’ out the rum and let’s sing a chantey”
Clap o’ Thunder – A really strong alcoholic beverage.
“Aye, it be past 11am, time for a clap o thunder.”
Chase – Pirate for “following” or “pursuing” a ship
“We got a chase on, mateys! Follow that ship!”
Come About – To turn a pirate ship around to face the wind fully or to turn and face an enemy.
“Come about boys, we got a battle to fight!”
Davy Jones’ locker – Pirate speak for “deep under the sea” (grave)
“Hand over the booty or you be visiting Davy Jones’ locker!”
Dance the Hempen Jig – Pirate for “hanging”
“Careful, mateys! Ye don’t want to be dancing the hempen jig”
Deadlights – Pirate speak for “eyes”
“Open yer deadlights matey an’ see for yerself.”
Dead Men Tell No Tales – Pirate lore: it’s better to leave no survivors so they can’t get you into trouble.
“Send em all to Davy Jones’ locker, after all, dead me tell no tales.”
Dog – A light pirate insult, could even be used between friends.
“Aye, matey, you be a dog!”
Doubloon – a valuable Spanish gold coin
“X marks the spot where there be a treasure chest full of doubloons for the takin’ mateys.”