Snecca


Snecca
A warship, perhaps somewhat smaller than a *scegth. Henry II possessed such a ship in the late 12c, which was berthed at Southampton; its master was paid 12d a day. [< OldEngl. snekkja, OldEngl. snacc = warship]

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