[German krah-kou] /German ˈkrɑ kaʊ/
the German name for Cracow
[krah-kuh n] /ˈkrɑ kən/ noun, (often initial capital letter) 1. a legendary sea monster causing large whirlpools off the coast of Norway. /ˈkrɑːkən/ noun 1. a legendary sea monster of gigantic size believed to dwell off the coast of Norway n. monster of the North Sea, 1755, from Norwegian dialectal krake.
[Polish krah-koo f] /Polish ˈkrɑ kʊf/ noun 1. . /ˈkrakuf/ noun 1. the Polish name for Cracow city in southern Poland, said to have been named for a supposed founder, Krak.
[kruh-koh-vee-ak] /krəˈkoʊ viˌæk/ noun 1. a lively Polish folk dance in duple meter with syncopated accents.
[krah-muh-tawrsk; Russian kruh-muh-tawrsk] /ˌkrɑ məˈtɔrsk; Russian krə mʌˈtɔrsk/ noun 1. a city in E Ukraine, in the Donets Basin. /Russian krəmaˈtɔrsk/ noun 1. a city in Ukraine: a major industrial centre of the Donets Basin. Pop: 177 000 (2005 est)