p. 10 and margin notes (2x) provisionally - subject to further confirmation, for the time being
p. 42, p. 57 marked/circled (2x) holystone - a piece of soft sandstone used for scouring the decks of ships
p. 69 (margin notes) - MacGuffin - an object or device in a movie or a book that serves merely as a trigger for the plot
p. 88 - leptorrhine - having a thin nose
p. 164 gaffed - a stick with a hook, or a barbed spear, for landing large fish
p. 198 (bubbles glyph) - blackscabbards, common as two words black scabbard fish, The fish is known commonly as Black Scabbard in English or “Espada” in Portuguese. The correct common name in Portuguese is “Espada Preta” so as not to confuse with the “Espada Branca” (White Scabbard), which is also fished off Madeiran shores, albeit uncommon for this epipelagic species (fish that habitate closer to sea level) to be fished on a regular basis.