an enclosure for cattle and other domestic animals in southern Africa.
a village of the native peoples of South Africa, usually surrounded by a stockade or the like and often having a central space for livestock.
such a village as a social unit.
an enclosure where wild animals are exhibited, as in a zoo.
verb (used with object)
to shut up in a krall, as cattle.
a hut village in southern Africa, esp one surrounded by a stockade
an enclosure for livestock
denoting or relating to the tribal aspects of the Black African way of life
(transitive) to enclose (livestock) in a kraal
“village, pen, enclosure,” 1731, South African, from colonial Dutch kraal, from Portuguese curral (see corral).
[key-rey-dee-ey-shuh n] /ˈkeɪˌreɪ diˌeɪ ʃən/ noun, Physics. 1. See under . [key-lahyn] /ˈkeɪˌlaɪn/ noun, Physics. 1. one of a series of lines (K-series) in the x-ray spectrum of an atom corresponding to radiation (K-radiation) produced by the transition of an electron to the K-shell.
[kre-puh-leen] /ˌkrɛ pəˈlin/ noun 1. Emil [ey-meel] /ˈeɪ mil/ (Show IPA), 1856–1926, German psychiatrist. Kraepelin Krae·pe·lin (krěp’ə-lēn’), Emil. 1856-1926. German psychiatrist whose classification system of mental disorders formed the foundation for the standard diagnostic text in the field of psychiatry, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM).
[kraft, krahft] /kræft, krɑft/ noun 1. a strong, usually brown paper processed from wood pulp, used chiefly for bags and as wrapping paper. /krɑːft/ noun 1. strong wrapping paper, made from pulp processed with a sulphate solution
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