A commander of a fleet or naval squadron, or a naval officer of very high rank
A migratory butterfly that has dark wings marked with red-orange bands and white spots
A court of admiralty; = Admiralty court.
An admiral of the highest rank in the US Navy (awarded only in wartime)
An admiral in command of a naval port.
An officer in the US Navy or Coast Guard ranking above commodore and below vice admiral
A naval officer of very high rank, in particular an officer in the US Navy or Coast Guard ranking above rear admiral and below admiral
A North American butterfly that has black wings bearing a broad white band and a marginal row of blue dashes
A galley commanded by or carrying an admiral.
(In Germany, Denmark, and other countries) the senior commanding officer of a naval fleet or navy; an officer holding the highest rank in a country's navy.
A yacht-racing competition held every two years since 1957 between international teams of three yachts
A non-judicial disciplinary hearing presided over by an admiral.
A title of the British monarch, originally the title of an officer who governed the Royal Navy and had jurisdiction over maritime causes
The highest rank of admiral in the Royal Navy
1st Earl Beatty of the North Sea and of Brooksby (1871–1936), British admiral. During the First World War he played a major role in the Battle of Jutland and was Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Fleet from 1916
1st Earl (1859–1935), British admiral, commander of the Grand Fleet at the Battle of Jutland
Earl St. Vincent (1735–1823), British admiral. In 1797, as commander of the British fleet, he defeated a Spanish fleet off the coast of Portugal
Viscount Nelson, Duke of Bronte (1758–1805), British admiral. He became a national hero as a result of his victories at sea in the Napoleonic Wars, especially at the Battle of Trafalgar, in which he was mortally wounded
(1884–1943), Japanese admiral. As commander in chief of the combined fleet (air and naval forces) from 1939, he was responsible for planning the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941
One of three squadrons into which the Royal Navy was formerly divided; = sense B. 6.
One of the three squadrons into which the Royal Navy was formerly divided; also in admiral (also rear-admiral, vice-admiral) of the white squadron.