There are 2 definitions of pram in English:

pram1

Syllabification: pram
Pronunciation: /pram
 
/

noun

Origin

late 19th century: contracted abbreviation of perambulator.

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There are 2 definitions of pram in English:

pram2

Syllabification: pram
Pronunciation: /präm, pram
 
/

noun

  • 1A flat-bottomed sailboat.
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    • The ASMA exhibition included exquisite scenes of children in Optimist prams, marinas, racing sailboats and a still life of a freshly caught trout, to name a few.
    • On a sad note, the designer of the Opti pram passed away in December 2001, at the age of 86.
  • 1.1US A small, flat-bottomed rowboat for fishing.

Origin

late Middle English: from Middle Dutch prame, Middle Low German prāme, perhaps from Czech prám 'raft'.

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