fun and entertainment, especially good conversation and company (often preceded by the):
Come for the beer, lads, and stay for the craic!
mischievous fun; :
We did it just for the craic.
an Irish spelling of crack (sense 31)
[kreyg] /kreɪg/ noun 1. Edward Gordon, 1872–1966, English stage designer, producer, and author. 2. a male given name: from a Welsh family name meaning “rock.”. /kreɡ; kreɪɡ/ noun 1. a Scot word for crag /kreɪɡ/ noun 1. Edward Gordon. 1872–1966, English theatrical designer, actor, and director. His nonrealistic scenic design greatly influenced theatre in Europe […]
[kreyg-ey-vuh n, -av-uh n] /kreɪgˈeɪ vən, -ˈæv ən/ noun 1. James Craig, 1st Viscount, 1871–1940, first prime minister of Northern Ireland 1921–40. /ˌkreɪɡˈævən/ noun 1. a district in central Northern Ireland, in Co Armagh. Pop: 57 685 (2001). Area: 279 sq km (108 sq miles)
[krah-yaw-vah] /krɑˈyɔ vɑ/ noun 1. a city in SW Romania. /Romanian kraˈjova/ noun 1. a city in SW Romania, on the Jiul River. Pop: 285 000 (2005 est)
[kreyk] /kreɪk/ noun 1. any of several short-billed rails, especially the corn crake. /kreɪk/ noun 1. (zoology) any of several rails that occur in the Old World, such as the corncrake and the spotted crake