Origin of catamaran
Examples from the Web for catamaran
As to the natives, they tumble recklessly about in a catamaran, holding on like monkeys, both with hands and feet.The Pearl of India|Maturin M. Ballou
As soon as the gig was ready to receive them, the “stores” of the Catamaran were transferred to it.
It might appear as though the crew of the Catamaran were now contending against fate, and without hope.
Fortunately we had a sufficient supply with us on the catamaran to last at least two or three days longer.The Adventures of Louis de Rougemont|Louis de Rougemont
There was but one misfortune arising out of the adventure that might have caused the crew of the Catamaran any serious regret.
British Dictionary definitions for catamaran
Word Origin for catamaran
Word Origin and History for catamaran
East Indies log raft, 1670s, from Tamil kattu-maram "tied wood," from kattu "tie, binding" + maram "wood, tree."