Etymology
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cruet (n.)

"small glass bottle for vinegar, oil, sacramental wine, etc.," c. 1300, probably an Anglo-French diminutive of Old French crue "an earthen pot," which is from Frankish *kruka or some other Germanic source (compare Old High German kruog, Old English cruce "jug, pot, pitcher"); related to crock.

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Definitions of cruet

cruet (n.)
bottle that holds wine or oil or vinegar for the table;
Synonyms: crewet
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