Catamaran Definition

kătə-mə-răn
catamarans
noun
A boat, specif. a racing sailboat, with two parallel hulls, built in the style of such a float.
Webster's New World
A narrow log raft or float propelled by sails or paddles.
Webster's New World
A large sled, as for hauling wood.
Webster's New World

A twin-hulled ship or boat.

Wiktionary

(colloquial) A quarrelsome woman; a scold.

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Other Word Forms of Catamaran

Noun

Singular:
catamaran
Plural:
catamarans

Origin of Catamaran

  • From Tamil கட்டு (kaṭṭu, “to tie”) + மரம் (maram, “tree, wood”).

    From Wiktionary

  • Tamil kaṭṭumaram kaṭṭu to tie maram wood, log

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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