drogher

drogher

[droh-ger]
noun
a freight barge of the West Indies, rigged as a cutter or schooner.

Origin:
1775–85; < Dutch drog(h)er ship for fishing and drying herring and mackerel, equivalent to drog(en) to dry + -er -er1

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