dried seaweed especially that cast ashore
the destruction or collapse of something
"wrack and ruin"
sea wrack, wrack(verb)
growth of marine vegetation especially of the large forms such as rockweeds and kelp
bust up, wreck, wrack(verb)
smash or break forcefully
"The kid busted up the car"
a thin, flying cloud; a rack
to rack; to torment
wreck; ruin; destruction
any marine vegetation cast up on the shore, especially plants of the genera Fucus, Laminaria, and Zostera, which are most abundant on northern shores
coarse seaweed of any kind
Origin: [OE. wrak wreck. See Wreck.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
Rack, rak, n. a term loosely given to various seaweeds, esp. to the Fucaceæ, common on British shores, long valuable as a source of kelp, and utilised as manure: shipwreck: ruin.—adj. Wrack′ful, destructive. [Lit. 'something cast ashore,' A.S. wræc, exile, misery—wrecan, to drive, urge. Wrack is a doublet of wreck.]
rak, by-form of wreck.
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
The English name for the fucus; the sea-weed used for the manufacture of kelp, and in some places artificially grown for that purpose.
The numerical value of wrack in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of wrack in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2