from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See coracle.


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  • We entered this valley by a pass called Nant y Glo or the ravine of the coal, and passing a lake on our left, on which I observed a solitary corracle, with a fisherman in it, were presently at the village.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • Rae, Dr. Rafts and boats -- Rafts of wood; of bamboo; Boating power of woods; burning down trees; rafts of reeds; of hide; of gourds (Makara); rude boats; sailing; log canoe; of three planks; inflatable indi-rubber; of basket; of reed of fibre; of hide; corracle and fibre; of hide; corracle and skin punt; bark boat and canoe; tin boat; boats, well built, of various materials; boating gear; boat building; boat management; awning -- (See also "Boats.").

    The Art of Travel Shifts and Contrivances Available in Wild Countries


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