A pirate or picaro.
A pirate ship.
To behave as a pirate.
Origin: From picarón, from pícaro "rogue".
one who plunders; especially, a plunderer of wrecks; a pirate; a corsair; a marauder; a sharper
Origin: [Sp. picaron, aug. of picaro roguish, n., a rogue.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
pik-a-rōōn′, n. one who lives by his wits: a cheat: a pirate.—adj. Picaresque′.—Picaresque novels, the tales of Spanish rogue and vagabond life, much in vogue in the 17th century. [Sp. picaron—pícaro, a rogue.]
The numerical value of picaroon in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of picaroon in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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