[krok-uh-ree] /ˈkrɒk ə ri/
china dishes, earthen vessels, etc, collectively
“earthen vessels collectively,” 1719 (in crockery-ware); see crock + -ery.
[krok-it] /ˈkrɒk ɪt/ noun, Architecture. 1. a medieval ornament, usually in the form of a leaf that curves up and away from the supporting surface and returns partially upon itself. /ˈkrɒkɪt/ noun 1. a carved ornament in the form of a curled leaf or cusp, used in Gothic architecture Also called crochet n. c.1300, “curl […]
[krok-it] /ˈkrɒk ɪt/ noun 1. David (“Davy”) 1786–1836, U.S. frontiersman, politician, and folklore hero. /ˈkrɒkɪt/ noun 1. David, known as Davy Crockett. 1786–1836, US frontiersman, politician, and soldier
/ˈkrɒkfəd/ noun 1. short for Crockford’s Clerical Directory, the standard directory of living Anglican clergy
[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 […]