[krey-ter] /ˈkreɪ tər/
noun, Greek and Roman Antiquity.
a mixing bowl characterized by a wide mouth and body with two handles projecting vertically from the juncture of the neck and body, used to mix wine and water.
noun 1. an emergency field ration for U.S. armed forces when other food or rations are not available, consisting of three separate packaged meals of concentrated or dehydrated food. noun 1. a small package containing emergency rations used by US and Allied forces in the field in World War II [Ancel Benjamin] Keys ration
[kraw-roh-sis] /krɔˈroʊ sɪs/ noun, Pathology. 1. atrophy and shrinkage of the skin, especially of the vulva.
- Kraurosis vulvae
kraurosis vulvae krau·ro·sis vul·vae (krô-rō’sĭs vŭl’vē) n. Atrophy and shrinkage of the skin of the vagina and vulva often accompanied by a chronic inflammatory reaction in the deeper tissues. Also called leukokraurosis.
[krous] /kraʊs/ noun 1. Karl, 1874–1936, Austrian writer and editor.