Cabin boy

A cabin boy or ship`s boy is a boy (in the sense of low-ranking male employee, not always a minor) who waits on the officers and passengers of a ship, especially running errands for the captain. Cabin boys were usually 14–16 years old and also helped the cook in the galley and carried buckets of food from the galley to the forecastle where the ....
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Cabin boy

attendant on passengers and crew. often a young man sometimes used for sexual activity
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cabin boy

[n] - a young man acting as a servant on a ship
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cabin boy

noun a young man acting as a servant on a ship
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Cabin boy

attendant on passengers and crew.
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Cabin boy

attendant on passengers and crew. often a young man sometimes used for sexual activity
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