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The word cockpit was originally a sailing term for the coxswain's station in a Royal Navy ship, and later the location of the ship's ...

Aerospaceweb.org | Ask Us - Origins of the Word Cockpit

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Feb 3, 2002 ... Origins of the Word Cockpit. Do you know why the pilot's area in a plane is called the cockpit? - question from Sandra. An intriguing question ...

Cockpit « The Word Detective

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Aug 24, 2009 ... Dear Word Detective: Where did the word "cockpit" come from? ... (and not, thank heavens, the “fighting chickens” meaning) that led “cockpit” to ...

Cockpit | Define Cockpit at Dictionary.com

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Cockpit definition, a space, usually enclosed, in the forward fuselage of an airplane containing the flying controls, instrument panel, and seats for the pilot and ...

Why is the flight deck of an airplane called a cockpit? | Yahoo ...

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Sep 8, 2007 ... And although we've conducted some pretty thorough research using a variety of word origin tools, we're still not entirely sure what the answer ...

cockpit - definition of cockpit in English from the Oxford dictionary

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Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences, English to English reference ... and derives from an early 18th-century nautical term denoting an area in the aft ...

cockpit (n.) - Online Etymology Dictionary

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The Online Etymology Dictionary. Search: ... cockpit (n.) Look up cockpit at Dictionary.com: 1580s, "a pit for fighting cocks," from cock (n.1) + pit (n.1). Used in  ...

the word "flight deck" vs. "cockpit" - PPRuNe Forums

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Sep 26, 2005 ... I was just wondering, it seems like the word cockpit is starting to ... I always thought the term 'flightdeck' originated when B747 was introduced.

Cockpit | Definition of Cockpit by Merriam-Webster

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Define cockpit: the area in a boat, airplane, etc., where the pilot or driver sits— cockpit in a sentence.

language evolution - What is the etymology of the term "Cockpit ...

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Dec 14, 2015 ... I have always been intrigued by the word cockpit and have wondered where it originated. I have heard that it originated in the times of cock ...

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World Wide Words: Cockpit

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Oct 22, 2005 ... A When you stop and think about it, the term for the pilot's cabin on an aircraft — and ... Its origin is exotic and disquieting to modern minds.

Origin Of Cockpit — Tech Ops Forum | Airliners.net

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Can someone please tell me how the word cockpit became to be. I understand its use as a naval term, but what about its use regarding aircraft?

Cockpit - Wordorigins.org

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Jun 8, 2006 ... Cockpit seems a rather strange choice to denote the pilot's compartment on an airplane, but once the semantic history of the word is known, ...