polacre

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English[edit]

A polacre
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Etymology[edit]

Origin uncertain; from either French polacre (Pole, Polish) or Italian polacca (Polish woman, Polish (feminine adj)).

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Noun[edit]

polacre (plural polacres)

  1. (nautical, obsolete or historical) A 17th-century three-masted merchant ship.

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