Definitions for water rat

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

wa′ter rat`(n.)

  1. any of various aquatic rodents, as the muskrat.

    Category: Mammals

  2. Slang. a vagrant or thief who frequents a waterfront.

Origin of water rat:

1545–55

Princeton's WordNet

  1. water dog, water rat(noun)

    a person who enjoys being in or on the water

  2. water vole, water rat, Arvicola amphibius(noun)

    common large Eurasian vole

  3. water rat(noun)

    any of various amphibious rats

Wiktionary

  1. water rat(Noun)

    any of various rodents from Florida and southern Georgia, especially Neofiber alleni; the muskrat

  2. water rat(Noun)

    the Eurasian water vole

  3. water rat(Noun)

    a petty thief or waterfront ruffian

  4. water rat(Noun)

    a person fond of water sports

  5. water rat(Noun)

    A member of the water police.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Water rat

    the water vole. See under Vole

  2. Water rat

    the muskrat

  3. Water rat

    the beaver rat. See under Beaver

  4. Water rat

    a thief on the water; a pirate

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