[kroo-guh-rand, -rahnd] /ˈkru gəˌrænd, -ˌrɑnd/
(sometimes lowercase) a one-ounce gold coin of the Republic of South Africa, equal to 25 : first issued in 1967.
a South African coin used for investment only and containing 1 troy ounce of gold
also Kruger rand, 1967, South African gold coin (issued for investment purposes) bearing a portrait of Transvaal President Stephanus Johannes Paulus Kruger (1825-1904); second element is rand, unit of decimal currency introduced in Republic of South Africa 1961, named for The Rand, gold-mining area in Transvaal, short for Witwatersrand (see rand).
[kroo-gerz-dawrp; Dutch kry-khuh rs-dawrp] /ˈkru gərzˌdɔrp; Dutch ˈkrü xərsˌdɔrp/ noun 1. a city in S Transvaal, in the NE Republic of South Africa, NW of Johannesburg. /ˈkruːɡəzˌdɔːp/ noun 1. a city in NE South Africa, in the Witwatersrand, at an altitude of 1720 m (5650 ft): a gold-, manganese-, and uranium-mining centre. Pop: 86 618 […]
[kruhl-er] /ˈkrʌl ər/ noun 1. . [kruhl-er] /ˈkrʌl ər/ noun 1. a rich, light cake cut from a rolled dough and deep-fried, usually having a twisted oblong shape and sometimes topped with sugar or icing. 2. Also called French cruller. a rich, light, raised doughnut, often with a ridged surface and sometimes topped with white […]
[kruhm-hawrn] /ˈkrʌmˌhɔrn/ noun 1. .
[kroo m-kai-kuh, kruhm-keyk] /ˈkrʊmˌkɛə kə, ˈkrʌmˌkeɪk/ noun, Chiefly Upper Midwest. 1. a very large, thin traditional Scandinavian cookie prepared by pouring batter into an appliance much like a waffle iron and then rolling the warm cookie around a cone form.