craggan

noun crag·gan \ˈkragən\

Definition of craggan

plural

-s

  1. :  a rude earthenware vessel for domestic use made in the Hebrides

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Origin and Etymology of craggan

Scottish Gaelic cragan, akin to Middle Irish crocān pot, probably from Old English crocca — more at crock


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