creaght

noun \ ˈkrā(ḵ)t \

Definition of creaght

plural -s
1 Irish :a herd of cattle driven about for pasture or with a warring band
2 Irish :rapparee

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Origin and Etymology of creaght

Irish Gaelic caoraidheacht, from Middle Irish caeraigheacht, from Old Irish caera sheep; probably akin to Latin caper goat


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