A large drinking vessel, especially one with a cover.
One-handled covered drinking vessel with either dome-shaped or flat lid.
Thumbpiece Tine Tolerance
large drinking vessel with one handle
a large drinking cup usually with a handle and a hinged cover
a large, one-handled drinking vessel
an impressive addition to a pewter collection and is a delightful way to serve beverages to family and friends
a patriot's dream with its pewter eagle medallion, full-color stars and stripes and Great Seal pewter lid
technically synonymous with stein, but since this was the British term, some reserve its use for the typically British silver or pewter steins.
A large, cylindrical or bulbous drinking vessel with a handle, that is taller than a mug.
Mug with a hinged cover, usually for beer
A tankard is like a big solid drinking mug.
A cylindrical drinking vessel with a handle, a hinged cover, and a projecting thumbpiece for raising the cover or lid. Tankards are usually wider at the bottom than at the top. (Unlidded drinking vessels are usually called "mugs".)