noun \ˈpräm, ˈpram\

Definition of PRAM

:  a small lightweight nearly flat-bottomed boat with a broad transom and usually squared-off bow

Origin of PRAM

Middle Dutch praem & Middle Low German prām
First Known Use: 1548


noun \ˈpram\

Definition of PRAM

chiefly British

Origin of PRAM

by shortening & alteration from perambulator
First Known Use: 1884


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