crayer

[krair]

noun

a small sailing vessel formerly used in trade along the coasts of western Europe.

Origin of crayer

1275–1325; Middle English < Anglo-French craier, Old French croier < Middle Dutch kraajer three-masted boat

cray

or cray cray, cray-cray

[krey or krey-krey]

adjective Slang.

Origin of cray

by shortening or reduplication
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British Dictionary definitions for crayer

cray

noun

Australian and NZ informal a crayfish
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