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1. Kraemus (adjective): Anglo-Germanic term used to describe something inadequate or poor.
Origin: Originally used by tennis legend and pundit Boris Becker during analysis of a tennis match at Wimbledon.

2. Kraemus (noun): Anglo-Germanic word used in an English language context, meaning excrement. Has been adopted by English Becker fans.
1. McEnroe: "What do you think of that shot, Boris?"
Becker: "Nein, vee don't allow kraemus at Vimpledon."

2. "Yo, mate, I might be a while, I'm going for a kraemus."
by Corkin August 01, 2006
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