noun Irish and Scot
Word Origin for cratur
Examples from the Web for cratur
The orange-woman left him, having vainly recommended him "to christen his new tenement with a drop of the cratur."
Lastly he sent "the Dougal cratur," dressed in Andrew Fairservice's ancient garments, to see them safe upon their way.Red Cap Tales|Samuel Rutherford Crockett
Theres only one cratur that can thrack Sunbeam through the woods, and his name is Zip, replied Mike.The Boy Patrol Around the Council Fire|Edward Sylvester Ellis
The cratur'll aye hing to the Knowe, and whan I gie his wull he'll fess me hame o' himsel.Heather and Snow|George MacDonald
She knows, she has had it, and you can't put down a pin where the cratur didn't have his claws.Miss McDonald|Mary J. Holmes