a steep, rugged rock; rough, broken, projecting part of a rock.
noun, Scot. and North England.
the neck, throat, or craw.
a steep rugged rock or peak
a formation of shelly sandstone in E England, deposited during the Pliocene and Pleistocene epochs
early 14c.; as a place-name element attested from c.1200, probably from a Celtic source akin to Old Irish crec “rock,” and carrac “cliff,” Welsh craig “rock, stone,” Manx creg.
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[kragz-muh n] /ˈkrægz mən/ noun, plural cragsmen. 1. a person accustomed to or skilled in climbing . /ˈkræɡzmən/ noun (pl) -men 1. a rock climber
[krak] /kræk/ noun 1. fun and entertainment, especially good conversation and company (often preceded by the): Come for the beer, lads, and stay for the craic! 2. mischievous fun; : We did it just for the craic. /kræk/ noun 1. an Irish spelling of crack (sense 31)
[kreyg] /kreɪg/ noun 1. Edward Gordon, 1872–1966, English stage designer, producer, and author. 2. a male given name: from a Welsh family name meaning “rock.”. /kreɡ; kreɪɡ/ noun 1. a Scot word for crag /kreɪɡ/ noun 1. Edward Gordon. 1872–1966, English theatrical designer, actor, and director. His nonrealistic scenic design greatly influenced theatre in Europe […]