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Pirate Names

Avast, ye mateys, if it be pirate names ye be looking for then ye come to the right place. Pirate names are a dime a dozen, so methinks I'll take a gross of them. Pirate names date back to the 1600s when Black Bart, Blackbeard and Calico Jack were reigning over the high seas.

Many times pirate names were picked to instill fear on the high seas or establish a reputation or given as a nickname by the crew. This is especially true in fictional works where the likes of Captain Hook, Captain Blood or Long John Silver are popular pirate names recognizable to most.

And, then we have the female pirate names to worry about. Back in the day, when yer great, great, great grandfather was but a scallywag and landlubber in port, the likes of Anne Bonny and Mary Read were reigning terror over the seven seas.

The female pirates got themselves a bad reputation for fierce fighting, out battling the men on the ships.

But, the most famous pirate names come from the most famous pirate who terrorized the ports and waters in the Caribbean. Captains such as William Kidd, Jack Rackam, George Booth, Nathaniel Butler, Edward England and Redbeard are some of the most familiar pirate names to those familiar with the buccaneers of old.

So, if ye wants to walk like a pirate and talk like a pirate, then ye better get familiar with pirate names lest ye be flogged by a cat o' nine tails by those who do. Remember, me scallywag friend, if ye don't know something just look real mean and growl to your landlubber friend "Arrrrrgh!" and they will leave you alone.


 
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