aerostat: lighter than air aircraft that gains its lift through the use of a buoyant gas. Aerostats include unpowered balloons and powered airships.
English: Artery as in Main Road
English: Hot air balloon
Għamla ta’ dinghi żgħira xi drabi b’qala.
English: Small flat bottomed dinghy sometimes with sail, resembles the luger
English: Boatload; boatful
English: Oarsman; ferryman
“Three-masted schooner used for carrying wine in the Mediterranean.”
English: Lighter (barge)
Barouche: a large, open, four-wheeled carriage, both heavy and luxurious, drawn by two horses. It was fashionable throughout the 19th century. Its body provides seats for four passengers, two back-seat passengers vis-à-vis two behind the coachman’s high box-seat. A leather roof can be raised to give back-seat passengers some protection from the weather.
English: Ship, vessel
English: Rowing/oar ship