polacre

noun po·la·cre \ pōˈläkə(r) \

Definition of polacre

plural -s
: a ship with two or three masts usually chiefly in one piece and square or sometimes lateen sails used in the Mediterranean

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Origin and Etymology of polacre

French, modification of Italian polacca


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