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lerret (plural lerrets)

  1. A traditional fishing boat of southwest England.

Quote: "But just within the summit of the bank, whither it had apparently been hauled to be out of the way of the waves, was one of the local boats called lerrets, bottom upwards."

Thomas Hardy's "The Well Beloved" Part 1, Chapter IV.


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Norwegian BokmålEdit

 
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From Old Norse lérept

NounEdit

lerret n (definite singular lerretet, indefinite plural lerret or lerreter, definite plural lerreta or lerretene)

  1. (textiles, art) canvas
  2. a cinema or movie screen

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse lérept

NounEdit

lerret n (definite singular lerretet, indefinite plural lerret, definite plural lerreta)

  1. (textiles, art) canvas
  2. a cinema or movie screen

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