or cra·ter

[ krey-ter ]
/ ˈkreɪ tər /

noun Greek and Roman Antiquity.

a mixing bowl characterized by a wide mouth and body with two handles projecting vertically from the juncture of the neck and body, used to mix wine and water.

Nearby words

  1. krasner, lee,
  2. krasnodar,
  3. krasnoyarsk,
  4. krasny,
  5. krasny luch,
  6. kraurosis,
  7. kraurosis vulvae,
  8. kraurotic,
  9. kraus,
  10. kraus, karl

Compare kelebe.

Origin of krater

1855–60; < Greek krātḗr; see crater Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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