kraut kraut  /ˈkraʊt/


  • (n) offensive term for a person of German descent



  1. You are simply lucky the soldiers in WWII defeated the slime we call Japanese or you would be eating kraut with the Nazis today.
  2. A corpulent, pipe-puffing, kraut-eating Premier.
  3. But he gum-chews like a kraut cutter.


  • Unknown Mortal Orchestra Tenderly Cover Otis Redding's 'Dock of the Bay'

    Kraut-soul trio Unknown Mortal Orchestra have got a dangerously potent combination of guts and chops. That's the only explanation why they recently took on Otis Redding's timeless "(Sittin' on) the Dock of the Bay" and remade it in their own image...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Spin


  1. Thirty letters Hemingway wrote between 1949 and 1953 to the German-born actress and singer, whom Hemingway also called "My little Kraut," were made available to the public for the first time Thursday at the Ernest Hemingway Collection at the...
    on Mar 29, 2007 By: Ernest Hemingway Source: Forbes

  2. "Ugh, what a disaster. The director, that kraut, what a clown he was," O'Toole said at the Savannah film festival in Georgia. "When it was all over, I watched 15 minutes of the finished movie and then walked out."
    on Oct 29, 2004 By: Peter O Toole Source:

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