crare

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From Old French craier, creer, croyer (ship of war), Late Latin craiera, perhaps ultimately from Proto-Germanic (compare German Krieger (warrior), or Dutch krijger).

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crare (plural crares)

  1. A slow unwieldy trading vessel.

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