Krak may refer to:
- another name for Krakus, a legendary Polish prince
- Krak Glacier, King George Island, off the coast of Antarctica
- KRAK, a radio station in California
Usage examples of "krak".
He tapped the grenade dispenser and a krak grenade dropped into his hand.
He reached out and lobbed the first krak grenade between the drive cogs and the tracks they were linked with.
An aspirant known as Logi managed to blow himself up with his own krak grenade during live ammunition training.
Ragnar knew his armour was in no condition to take a direct hit from a krak grenade.
The thing called Krak was large, hairy, and had red glowing eyes, but it was indeed manlike in that it walked on two legs, at the extremities of which were two clawed feet.
In fact, Krak seemed to be composed of not much but dried hair and a few bones.
An hour after the audio pickups had reported their last krak, the three humans walked toward home, unmolested through the shallows and along a shore where no brown saucers moved.
They are stored with all the other lost myths the world has known in the Cathar castle of Krak Herrenium.
Sir Vladimir knows the tale, but have you ladies heard the story about King Krak, who killed the dragon and founded this city?
The Lord of Sorrow Krak, the highest peak in the mountain range, rose twice as high as any of its neighbours and, according to the legends of Achar, was the home of the Dark Lord of the Forbidden.
Fumes from burning marijuana, krak, simba, and uncounted flavors of tobacco cast a blue-gray pallor on faces that could have been resting in coffins.
The Lord of Sorrow Krak, the highest peak in the mountain range, rose twice as high as any of its neighbors and, according to the legends of Achar, was the home of the Dark Lord of the Forbidden.
Opposed to it this night is the modern technological fortress, the integrated air defense system--the IADS, sterile name for a citadel that might once have been called Ticonderoga or Krak des Chevaliers.
John from their great grim Krak des Chevaliers, Templars with their red skull-caps and untrimmed beards rode in from all parts of the kingdom--the grim silent watchdogs of Outremer.
Those buildings were taken out with krak charges, standard issue demolitions.