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Culture > Domestic > Crockery


Now updated for CSW15. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.


argyle a silver gravy dish.
argyll a silver gravy dish.
askos (Greek) an ancient Greek jar.
bakeware heat-resistant dishes suitable for use in an oven.
basen (Spenser) a basin.
bason (Arch.) a basin.
billie (Aust. sl.) a metal camp pot.
billy (Aust. sl.) a metal camp pot.
billycan (Aust. sl.) a metal camp pot.
brimmer a brimful bowl; a bumper.
caup (Scots) a two-handed drinking bowl.
chatti (Hindi) an earthenware water pot.
coggie (Scots) a small wooden bowl.
cogie (Scots) a small wooden bowl.
compotier (Fr.) a dish, usually with a stemmed base, for serving dessert.
crock an earthen pot, jar, or other vessel; (verb) to break down, disable.
crockery pottery.
cruse an earthenware pot.
dish a vessel for holding or serving food; (verb) to put into a dish.
dishware crockery comprising dishes.
dolium (Lat.) a Roman earthenware jar for grain, oil etc.
ecuelle (Fr.) a two-handled soup bowl.
eggcup a cup from which an egg is eaten.
fingerbowl a bowl of water for washing the fingers in at table.
fingerglass a bowl for water to clean the fingers at table.
firepot (Hist.) a clay pot filled with burning items.
goglet (Port.) a porous earthen jar for cooling water by evaporation.
graal (Arch.) a dish, a platter.
grail a dish, a platter.
grayle (Arch.) a dish, a platter.
guglet a porous earthen jar for cooling water by evaporation.
gurglet a porous earthen jar for cooling water by evaporation.
hotplate a plate for keeping food warm.
hydria (Greek) a large Greek water-vase.
jordan a chamberpot.
jug a pottery jar; (verb) to stew in a jug.
juglet a small jug.
kalpis (Greek) a water jar.
krater (Greek) a large two-handled bowl for mixing wine.
lekythos (Hist.) a narrow-necked Greek flask.
lekythus (Lat.) a narrow-necked Greek flask.
lota (Hindi) in India, a small brass or copper pot.
lotah (Hindi) in India, a small brass or copper pot.
marmite (Fr.) a metal or earthenware pot without feet.
muffineer a dish for keeping muffins hot.
mug a cup with vertical sides; (verb) to attack from behind.
olla (Spanish) a jar or urn.
olpe (Greek) a Greek jug.
ovenware heat-resistant dishes etc. suitable for use in an oven.
padella (Ital.) a shallow dish of fat with a wick used in illuminations.
patera (Lat.) a round flat dish used in Roman sacrifices.
piggin (Scots) a small pail or bowl made of staves and hoops.
pipkin a small earthenware or metal cooking pot.
pithos (Greek) a large Greek storage jar.
platter a large, shallow dish.
porrenger a small dish for soup or porridge.
porringer a small dish for soup or porridge.
potiche (Fr.) a round or polygonal jar, tapering at neck, with removable cover.
potlike like a pot.
pottinger a small dish for soup or porridge.
pourie (Scots) a container with a spout, a cream-jug.
ramakin a small casserole dish in which cheese souffle, eggs etc. are served.
ramekin a small casserole dish in which cheese souffle, eggs etc. are served.
ramequin a small casserole dish in which cheese souffle, eggs etc. are served.
saucer a small, shallow dish.
seether a pot for boiling things.
stamnos (Greek) an ancient Greek short-necked jar.
stockpot a pot in which stock for soup is made and kept.
teabowl a bowl for tea.
teapot a vessel used in making and serving tea.
terrine (Fr.) an earthenware jar or dish; a pate of meat or fish cooked in this.
thumbpot a very small flowerpot.
tinaja (Spanish) a large earthenware jar used in Spain for storing wine.
trivet a tripod, esp one for a pot.
vinegarette a bottle for aromatic vinegar or smelling salts.
washbowl a basin, or bowl, to hold water for washing one's hands, face, etc.
washpot a pot or vessel in which anything is washed.