curragh

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cur·ragh

noun \ˈkə-rə, -rə\

Definition of CURRAGH

:  a usually large coracle used especially on the west coast of Ireland

Variants of CURRAGH

cur·ragh or cur·rach \ˈkə-rə, -rə\

Origin of CURRAGH

Middle English currok, from Irish currach, curach
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with CURRAGH

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