a small, sour, wild apple.
any of various small, tart, cultivated varieties of apple, used for making jelly and preserves.
any tree bearing such fruit.
any of several rosaceous trees of the genus Malus that have white, pink, or red flowers and small sour apple-like fruits
the fruit of any of these trees, used to make jam
[krab] /kræb/ noun 1. George, 1778–1851, English author and philologist.
[krab] /kræb/ noun 1. George, 1754–1832, English poet. /kræb/ noun 1. George. 1754–1832, English narrative poet, noted for his depiction of impoverished rural life in The Village (1783) and The Borough (1810)
[krab-id] /ˈkræb ɪd/ adjective 1. grouchy; ill-natured; irritable; churlish. 2. perverse; contrary; obstinate. 3. hard to understand; intricate and obscure. 4. difficult to read or decipher, as handwriting. [krab] /kræb/ noun 1. any decapod crustacean of the suborder Brachyura, having the eyes on short stalks and a short, broad, more or less flattened body, the […]
[krab-er] /ˈkræb ər/ noun 1. a person who catches . 2. a boat used in catching . /ˈkræbə/ noun 1. a crab fisherman 2. a boat used for crab-fishing