[kraw] /krɔ/

the crop of a bird or insect.
the stomach of an animal.
stick in one’s craw, to cause considerable or abiding resentment; rankle:
She said I was pompous, and that really stuck in my craw.
a less common word for crop (sense 6)
the stomach of an animal
(informal) stick in one’s craw, stick in one’s throat, to be difficult, or against one’s conscience, for one to accept, utter, or believe

Old English *cræg “throat,” a Germanic word (e.g. Middle Dutch craghe “neck, throat,” Old High German chrago, German Kragen “collar, neck”), of obscure origin.
see: stick in one’s craw


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