Crocked



[krokt] /krɒkt/

adjective, Slang.
1.
.
[krok] /krɒk/
noun
1.
a person or thing that is old, decrepit, or broken-down.
2.
Slang. a person who complains about or insists on being treated for an imagined illness.
3.
an old ewe.
4.
an old worn-out horse.
verb (used with object)
5.
British Slang. to disable or injure.
[krok] /krɒk/
noun
1.
British Dialect. soot; smut.
2.
excess surface dye from imperfectly dyed cloth.
verb (used with object)
3.
British Dialect. to soil with soot.
verb (used without object)
4.
(of cloth) to give off excess surface dye when rubbed.
/krɒkt/
adjective (slang)
1.
(Brit) injured
2.
(US & Canadian) drunk
/krɒk/
noun
1.
an earthen pot, jar, etc
2.
a piece of broken earthenware
3.
(US & Canadian, informal) Also crock of shit. a quantity or source of lies or nonsense
/krɒk/
noun
1.
(slang, mainly Brit) a person or thing, such as a car, that is old or decrepit (esp in the phrase old crock)
2.
an old broken-down horse or ewe
verb
3.
(slang, mainly Brit) to become or cause to become weak or disabled
/krɒk/
noun
1.
(dialect, mainly Brit) soot or smut
2.
colour that rubs off fabric
verb
3.
(transitive) (dialect, mainly Brit) to soil with or as if with soot
4.
(intransitive) (of a dyed fabric) to release colour when rubbed, as a result of imperfect dyeing
n.

Old English crocc, crocca “pot, vessel,” from Proto-Germanic *krogu “pitcher, pot” (cf. Old Frisian krocha “pot,” Old Saxon kruka, Middle Dutch cruke, Dutch kruik, Old High German kruog “pitcher,” German Krug, Old Norse krukka “pot”). Perhaps from the same source as Middle Irish crocan “pot,” Greek krossos “pitcher,” Old Church Slavonic krugla “cup.” Used as an image of worthless rubbish since 19c., perhaps from the use of crockery as chamberpots.

adjective

Drunk (1927+)

noun

verb

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