AHAB is an answer for the NYT Crossword puzzle. Here you can get the history and usage for AHAB in NYT Crossword from 1994.

This "AHAB" answer was first appeared in "20 Nov 1994" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Pequod captain (5)". It was authored by Matt Gaffney. Recently, the "AHAB" answer has been used for "2 Nov 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Literary character who cries “Talk not to me of blasphemy, man; I’d strike the sun if it insulted me”". It was authored by Chase Dittrich and Christina Iverson. In the NYT Crossword, this answer has been used most frequently for the hint: "“Moby-Dick” captain (13)". "AHAB" appeared 141 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "AHAB" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
2 Nov 2023 27D Literary character who cries “Talk not to me of blasphemy, man; I’d strike the sun if it insulted me” Chase Dittrich and Christina Iverson
26 Oct 2023 6A Character who nails a doubloon to the Pequod’s mast John Donegan
14 Oct 2023 6A Fictional character who cries “I am madness maddened!” Byron Walden
4 Jul 2023 30A “Moby-Dick” captain Barbara Lin
22 Jun 2023 30D Noted whale watcher Michael Baker and Jeff Chen
5 Mar 2023 46A Literary character who cries “I am madness maddened!” John-Clark Levin
17 Feb 2023 10A Fictional figure who often visits the “night-cloaked deck” Jem Burch
18 Oct 2022 28A Captain in a whale of a tale? Dan Schoenholz
19 Jul 2022 7A Monomaniacal captain of fiction Andy Kravis
11 Mar 2022 2D “Grand, ungodly, god-like” man of fiction Robyn Weintraub
16 Jan 2022 31A He gave Starbuck’s orders Derrick Niederman
30 Dec 2021 14A Captain who cries “From hell’s heart I stab at thee” John Ewbank
1 Dec 2021 30D Obsessed captain Christopher Youngs
12 Apr 2021 14A “Moby-Dick” captain Aimee Lucido and Ella Dershowitz
1 Feb 2021 29D “Moby-Dick” captain Soleil Saint-Cyr
24 Nov 2020 7D Husband of Jezebel in the Bible Caitlin Reid
10 Aug 2020 12A “Moby-Dick” captain Lynn Lempel
12 Jul 2020 61D Captain with a whalebone leg Samuel A. Donaldson
6 Mar 2020 44A Literary character played by Gregory Peck, Patrick Stewart and Orson Welles Caitlin Reid
1 Mar 2020 71A Literary protagonist named after a king of Israel Sam Trabucco
14 Jan 2020 54A Pursuer of an “accursed white whale” Jim Peredo
6 Oct 2019 32D Model of vengeful obsession Howard Barkin and Victor Barocas
1 Oct 2019 5A Melville captain Erik Agard
25 Sep 2019 48A One-legged, single-minded sea captain Natan Last, Andy Kravis and The J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
16 Sep 2019 53D Monomaniacal captain of literature Amanda Rafkin and Ross Trudeau
10 Jul 2019 51D Fictional captain whose nickname is “Old Thunder” David J. Kahn
27 Dec 2018 19A Monomaniac of fiction Mary Lou Guizzo and Jeff Chen
9 Dec 2018 15A Starbuck’s order giver Ross Trudeau
27 Sep 2018 58D Starbuck’s order giver Daniel Kantor
15 Sep 2018 2D Literary character likened to a “mute, maned sea-lion” David Liben-Nowell
5 Dec 2017 51D Melville monomaniac Harry Smith and Zhouqin Burnikel
20 Oct 2017 50D “Grand, ungodly, godlike man,” in literature Peter Wentz
12 Jun 2017 1D Melville captain Dan Margolis
26 Mar 2017 110A Captain of the Pequod Tracy Gray and Jeff Chen
15 Feb 2017 6A Captain of literature Jesse Eisenberg and Patrick Blindauer
1 Dec 2016 51D Fictional character who says “I’d strike the sun if it insulted me” Timothy Polin
12 Sep 2016 10A Mariner in a whale of a novel? Victor Fleming and Andrea Carla Michaels
27 Jun 2016 51D “Moby-Dick” captain Kevan Choset
25 Dec 2015 3D Literary character on whom Captain Hook is based Mary Lou Guizzo and Jeff Chen
15 Dec 2015 14A Monomaniacal mariner David Levinson Wilk
9 Oct 2015 33D Starbuck’s order giver David Steinberg
13 Jul 2015 5A “Moby-Dick” captain Zhouqin Burnikel
15 Oct 2014 47D Starbuck’s superior David Poole
31 Jul 2014 10A Captain played by Patrick Stewart Jill Denny and Jeff Chen
18 Jul 2014 50D Fictional boss of Stubb and Flask Ian Livengood
15 Jun 2014 24D Pequod captain Tony Orbach
25 May 2014 39D 1956 Gregory Peck role Dan Schoenholz
22 May 2014 10A Starbuck’s orderer Adam G. Perl
12 May 2014 34D Vengeful captain Gary Cee
12 Apr 2014 25D King of Kings Mel Rosen
3 Mar 2014 11D “Moby-Dick” captain Andrea Carla Michaels and Michael Blake
27 Jan 2014 60D Ill-fated captain James Tuttle
19 Jan 2014 27A Fictional user of a 21-Across Dan Schoenholz
26 Nov 2013 6D Starbuck’s boss Don Gagliardo and Zhouqin Burnikel
26 Oct 2013 41A Literary character who says “I’ll chase him round Good Hope” Barry C. Silk
22 Jul 2013 22D Fictional captain who said “Thou damned whale!” Ian Livengood
15 Jun 2013 52A Vindictive Quaker of fiction Ned White
21 Feb 2013 20A “Grand, ungodly, godlike man” of fiction Paul Hunsberger
29 Jan 2013 55D Melville captain David Steinberg
6 Sep 2012 1D Fictional character who says “I now prophesy that I will dismember my dismemberer” Ben Pall
28 Aug 2012 52D Ishmael’s captain Lou Borenstein
12 Jun 2012 35D Queequeg’s captain Peter A. Collins
24 Nov 2011 9A Fictional character who declares “Sleep? … I do not sleep, I die” Sharon Delorme
26 Aug 2010 48D Captain with a “regal overbearing dignity of some mighty woe” Henry Hook
15 Jul 2010 48A Literary character who says “For hate’s sake, I spit my last breath at thee” Brendan Emmett Quigley and Patrick Blindauer
24 Jun 2010 10D I Kings king John Farmer
27 Aug 2009 17A Literary lead role for Gregory Peck in 1956 Derek Bowman
28 Jul 2009 25D Melville’s obsessed captain Tony Orbach
10 Jun 2009 16A Obsessed mariner Richard Silvestri
9 May 2009 27D Wicked king of Israel Brad Wilber
31 Mar 2009 42D Melville’s obsessed whaler Allan E. Parrish
27 Nov 2008 32A King in I Kings Patrick Berry
8 Sep 2008 51D “Moby-Dick” captain Oliver Hill
13 Jun 2008 20A Vengeful Quaker of literature Patrick Berry
28 Nov 2007 60A Melville mariner Ray Fontenot
27 Jun 2007 5D Ill-fated captain Barbara Olson
9 Jun 2007 43A Captain of Stubb and Flask Karen M. Tracey
12 Mar 2007 6A “Moby-Dick” captain Kevin Der
14 Jan 2007 35D Starring role for John Barrymore and Gregory Peck Harvey Estes
26 Oct 2006 10A Captain of the Pequod Todd McClary and Dave Tuller
16 Oct 2006 1D Melville captain Paula Gamache
8 Oct 2006 65A Jezebel’s husband Fred Piscop
11 Apr 2006 21A Melville captain Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
6 Apr 2006 1D One-legged literary character Ed Early
24 Feb 2006 55D Starbuck’s orderer Manny Nosowsky
4 Dec 2005 37D Queequeg’s captain Eric Berlin and Craig Kasper
9 Oct 2005 50A Captain of literature Kyle Mahowald
23 Aug 2005 10A Captain of the Pequod Holden Baker and Nancy Salomon
8 Aug 2005 27D “Moby Dick” captain Harvey Estes
14 Sep 2004 57D “Moby Dick” captain Nancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
26 Jul 2004 39D “Moby-Dick” captain Bernice Gordon
5 May 2004 35A Ishmael’s skipper Nancy Salomon
24 Apr 2004 33D “A grand, ungodly, godlike man” in fiction Patrick Berry
26 Mar 2004 5D Obsessed captain Nancy Kavanaugh
13 Mar 2004 4D Obsessive hunter of fiction Harvey Estes
19 Jan 2004 54D Ishmael’s captain Zach Jesse
22 Oct 2003 1D Melville mariner Judy Cole
1 Sep 2003 1A “Moby-Dick” captain Barry Silk
6 Aug 2003 6D Pequod skipper Jay Livingston
7 Jul 2003 26A “Moby Dick” whaler Nancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
17 Jun 2003 1A Pequod captain Susan Harrington Smith
29 May 2003 42A Whale watcher Jim Page
25 Mar 2003 27D Pequod captain John Greenman
25 Jan 2003 11D Captain for Stubb and Fedallah Patrick Berry
16 Oct 2002 2D 1956 Peck role Alan Arbesfeld
9 May 2002 1A Melville megalomaniac Cathy Millhauser
21 Oct 2001 78D Fictional hunter Robert H. Wolfe
2 Apr 2001 4D Captain with a whalebone leg Peter Gordon
26 Mar 2001 53D Captain of the Pequod Gregory E. Paul
7 Feb 2001 49D Fictional whaler Kent Lorentzen
17 Oct 2000 14A Whaler of fiction Peter Gordon
17 Sep 2000 74A King of Kings Nelson Hardy
2 Jul 2000 20A Starbuck’s skipper Nancy Nicholson Joline
28 Mar 2000 37D Ishmael’s captain Fred Piscop
19 Mar 2000 22A Pequod captain Greg Staples
26 Feb 2000 46D 1956 Gregory Peck role Bob Klahn
4 Feb 2000 26D Jezebel’s husband Dana Motley
1 Sep 1999 28D Peck role of 1956 Alan Arbesfeld
25 Jul 1999 3D Starbuck’s superior Charles M. Deber
22 Apr 1999 15A King who married Jezebel David J. Kahn
21 Apr 1999 58A Captain with the “overbearing dignity of some mighty woe” Mary E. Brindamour
18 Apr 1999 114D Jezebel’s husband Frank Longo
8 Mar 1999 10A Fictional captain with an ivory leg Gregory E. Paul
26 Jan 1999 4D Captain of the Pequod Brendan Emmett Quigley
11 Nov 1998 44D Famed whaler Elizabeth C. Gorski
28 May 1998 55D King in I Kings Patrick Jordan
26 May 1998 1A Moby-Dick chaser Jonathan Schmalzbach
15 Mar 1998 68A Queequeg’s captain Frank Longo
21 Dec 1997 75A Starbuck’s captain Frances Hansen
17 Dec 1997 1A Obsessive whaler Michael S. Maurer
23 Nov 1997 62D Whale of a captain? Christopher Hurt and Derek Tague
24 Aug 1997 1D 1956 Peck role Michael S. Maurer
7 Jul 1997 2D Captain obsessed Gregory E. Paul
29 Oct 1996 1A Pequod skipper R. J. Hartman
15 Sep 1996 71A Subject of Ishmael’s narration A. K. Justin
7 Mar 1996 53D Captain of literature C. Millhauser
14 Dec 1995 1D Husband of Jezebel Matt Gaffney
31 Jul 1995 54A Pequod’s captain Elizabeth Gorski
19 Jun 1995 11D Melville hero Gregory E. Paul
5 Feb 1995 47A Jezebel’s husband Frank A. Longo
20 Nov 1994 20A Pequod captain Matt Gaffney

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