The rank or office of an admiral
The department of the British government that once administered the Royal Navy
The branch of law historically dealt with by courts of admiralty; (more generally) = maritime law.
(With capital initials) an administrative board in charge of a country's navy; specifically (British) that in charge of the Royal Navy.
A kind of brass containing about 69–70 per cent copper, 29–30 per cent zinc, and 1 per cent tin and having increased resistance to corrosion by seawater.
(Also with capital initials) = court of admiralty.
= Admiralty brass.
A group of about 40 islands in the western Pacific, part of Papua New Guinea. In 1884 the islands became a German protectorate, but after 1920 they were administered as an Australian mandate
The civilian president of the Board of Admiralty (the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, abolished in 1964).