[krim-uh-nol-uh-jee] /ˌkrɪm əˈnɒl ə dʒi/
the study of crime and criminals: a branch of sociology.
the scientific study of crime, criminal behaviour, law enforcement, etc See also penology
1890, from Latin stem of criminal + -ology. Criminologist is recorded from 1857.
[krim-uh-nuh s] /ˈkrɪm ə nəs/ adjective, Archaic. 1. .
interjection an exclamation of surprise, a mild oath; also written crimine , cf. crikey See crikey Word Origin Italian crimine ‘crime’; euphemism for ‘Christ’ interj. also crimine, 1680s; it looks like Italian crimine “crime” but likely is simply another euphemism for Christ as a swear-word. noun Outhouse; privy
[krim-er] /ˈkrɪm ər/ noun 1. . [krim-er] /ˈkrɪm ər/ noun 1. a lambskin from the Crimean region, dressed as a fur, with wool in loose soft curls, usually whitish or pale gray. /ˈkrɪmə/ noun 1. a variant spelling of krimmer /ˈkrɪmə/ noun 1. a tightly curled light grey fur obtained from the skins of lambs […]
[krimp] /krɪmp/ verb (used with object) 1. to press into small regular folds; make wavy. 2. to curl (hair), especially with the use of a curling iron. 3. to press or draw together, as the ends of something. 4. to check, restrain, or inhibit; hinder: Production was crimped by a shortage of workers. 5. Cookery. […]