[krit-er] /ˈkrɪt ər/
a domesticated animal.
(US & Canadian) a dialect word for creature
1815, dialectal or humorous pronunciation of creature.
An animal or person; cuss, customer: That dog is a nasty critter/ Jane’s a friendly old critter
[1815+; fr creature]
- Critter label
noun any wine label that features an animal Examples Little Penguin is an example of a critter label.
[krahy-uh s] /ˈkraɪ əs/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a Titan, the son of Uranus and Gaea.
Carnegie Representation Language. Carnegie Group, Inc. Frame language derived from SRL. Written in Common LISP. Used in the product Knowledge Craft. crown-rump length
character /ker’l*f/, sometimes /kru’l*f/ or /C-R-L-F/ A carriage return (CR, ASCII 13) followed by a line feed (LF, ASCII 10). Under Unix influence this usage has become less common because Unix uses just line feed as its line terminator. See newline, terpri. [Jargon File] (1995-03-27)