Homophones for crawl, kraal, kral

crawl / kraal / kral [krɒl]

crawl – n. & v. – n. – 1. an act of moving slowly; 2. a high-speed swimming stroke with alternate overarm movements and rapid straight-legged kicks; v. – 1. intr. move slowly, especially on the hands and knees; 2. move or progress slowly; 3. (often followed by with) be or seem to be covered or filled with crawling or moving things, people, etc.; 4. (especially of the skin) feel a creepy sensation

kraal – n. & v. – n. – 1. a village of southern African natives; 2. a single hut or group of huts in which natives in southern Africa live; 3. an enclosure for domestic animals in southern Africa; 4. an elephant corral in Sri Lanka, India, or Thailand; 5. an enclosure for keeping turtles, lobsters, or sponges alive in shallow water; v. – to pen in a kraal

kral – n. – a Slavic, generic term meaning “king”, especially in eastern Europe and the Middle East during the middle ages