-craft

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See also: craft and Craft

English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle English -craft, -creft, from Old English -cræft (art or skill in), from cræft (art, skill). More at craft.

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-craft

  1. Denoting a skill of a particular kind
    statecraft
    stagecraft

Etymology 2[edit]

From craft (vehicle, vessel).

Suffix[edit]

-craft

  1. Denoting a vehicle of a particular type
    aircraft
    hovercraft

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