See also: práu

EnglishEdit

NounEdit

prau (plural praus)

  1. Alternative form of proa
    • 1900, Joseph Conrad, Lord Jim, ch 2:
      ... they had collected there, coming from north and south and from the outskirts of the East, after treading the jungle paths, descending the rivers, coasting in praus along the shallows, crossing in small canoes from island to island, passing through suffering, meeting strange sights, beset by strange fears, upheld by one desire.

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin prātum. Compare Spanish prado.

NounEdit

prau m (plural praos)

  1. meadow

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JavaneseEdit

NounEdit

prau

  1. boat