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polacre

polacca (pəʊˈlækə)

/ (pəʊˈlɑːkə) /
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noun
a three-masted sailing vessel used in the Mediterranean
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Word Origin for polacre

C17: from either French polacre or Italian polacca Pole or Polish; origin unknown
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