[krahy-see-tid, -set-id, kri-] /kraɪˈsi tɪd, -ˈsɛt ɪd, krɪ-/
any of a diverse group of scampering, digging, or jumping rodents of the family Cricetidae, including the gerbils, hamsters, field mice, deer mice, voles, lemmings, muskrats, and several wood and field rats.
[krik] /krɪk/ noun 1. a sharp, painful spasm of the muscles, as of the neck or back. verb (used with object) 2. to give a crick or wrench to (the neck, back, etc.). [krik] /krɪk/ noun, Northern, North Midland, and Western U.S. 1. (def 1). [krik] /krɪk/ noun 1. Francis Harry Compton, 1916–2004, English biophysicist: […]
[krik] /krɪk/ noun 1. a sharp, painful spasm of the muscles, as of the neck or back. verb (used with object) 2. to give a crick or wrench to (the neck, back, etc.). /krɪk/ noun 1. a painful muscle spasm or cramp, esp in the neck or back verb 2. (transitive) to cause a crick […]
[krik-it] /ˈkrɪk ɪt/ noun 1. any of several jumping, orthopterous insects of the family Gryllidae, characterized by long antennae and stridulating organs on the forewings of the male, as one of the species commonly found in pastures and meadows (field cricket) or on trees and shrubs (tree cricket) 2. a small metal toy with a […]
noun 1. either of two tree frogs, Acris gryllus or A. crepitans, of eastern and central U.S., having a clicking call.