wind·jam·mer, n. Informal.
1. (formerly) a merchant ship propelled by sails.2. any large sailing ship.
3. a member of its crew.
4. Older Slang. a long-winded person; a great talker.
[Random House Webster's Unabridged Dictionary]
Main Entry: wind·jam·mer
Function: noun: a sailing ship
; also : one of its crew http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/windjammer
noun 1. a large sailing ship
, especially a square-rigged ship.
2. a member of its crew.
3. → windcheater. [WIND1 + JAM1 + -m- + -ER1]
[The Macquarie Dictionary Online © 2007]
Wi.nd|jam|mer, der; -s, - [engl. windjammer, eigtl. etwa = Windpresser, zu: wind = Wind u. to jam, Jam] (Seemannsspr.):großes Segelschiff
[Duden - Das große Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache]