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She is a feminine third-person, singular personal pronoun (subjective case) in Modern English. ... Also of natural objects considered to be feminine, as the moon, or the planets that are named after...

Why are boats referred to as "she"? - BoatSafe Kids! - BoatSafe.com

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According to Yarns of the Sea, Legends, Myths, and Superstitions: Although women were considered to bring bad luck at sea, mariners always use the pronoun ...

Ask a grown-up: why are boats called she? | Life and style | The ...

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Feb 1, 2014 ... Linked to this is the common practice of giving ships female figureheads and names, often after deities or members of a shipowner's family.

Why is a ship a she? « Etymology « Glossophilia

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Mar 30, 2013 ... Figureheads on the prows of ships were often depictions of such female namesakes, denoting the name of the ship for a largely illiterate ...

pronouns - Referring to objects as "she" - English Language ...

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Sep 17, 2010 ... This, however, is considered a stylistically marked, optional figure of .... and alike are called "She" is because ships are made from Female oak, ...

Why is a ship always named after a woman? | Yahoo Answers

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Dec 18, 2007 ... Ships are always referred to a "her" ... I think if you look you will see that it is not correct that all or even most ships have female names. If you look at the registry ..... Would it be considered gay to like the color pink? 24 answers.

The Grammarphobia Blog: Why did we start “she”-ing ships?

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Dec 2, 2010 ... It's now generally considered quaint or poetic. ... of it) of things to which female sex is conventionally attributed,” such as “a ship or boat.”.

Superstitions and Lore of Boat Names - GetMyBoat

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Another theory is that since boats were traditionally given female names, they ... boat name here in the United States, in Scotland it would be considered bad ...

Why are Boats Named after Women? - Catamaran Guru

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Sailing Trivia | From Grog to Why Boats Are Named After Women ... often named after important female figures, actual women at sea are considered a hazard.

Why were women on ships considered bad luck? | HowStuffWorks

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Sailors once considered women on ships bad luck. Find out why at HowStuffWorks.

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Why are boats considered as females? - FunTrivia Homepage

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Jul 28, 2007 ... I am certain I read somewhere that both cars and boats are considered female as they are generally MASTERED and controlled by men ,,,,,,,

Why are Boats Called She? (with pictures)

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Interestingly, although male captains and sailors historically attributed the spirit of a benevolent female figure to their ships, actual women were considered very ...

Why are Boats Called She.....?? - Sudanese Merchant Seamen

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Interestingly, although male captains and sailors historically attributed the spirit of a benevolent female figure to their ships, actual women were considered very ...