[kroo m-hohlts] /ˈkrʊm hoʊlts/
noun, plural krummholz.
a forest of stunted trees near the timber line on a mountain.
(botany) another name for elfin forest, woodland
/ˈkrʌmˌhɔːn/ noun 1. a variant spelling of crumhorn n. also crummhorn, “curved wind instrument,” 1864, from German, literally “crooked horn,” from krumm “curved, crooked.”
/ˈkrʌmpɪŋ/ noun 1. a type of dancing in which participants, often wearing face paint, dance with one another in a fast and aggressive style mimicking a fight but without any physical contact
[kroop-skuh-yuh] /ˈkrup skə yə/ noun 1. Nadezhda Konstantinovna [nuh-dye-zhduh kuh n-stuhn-tyee-nuh v-nuh] /nʌˈdyɛ ʒdə kən stʌnˈtyi nəv nə/ (Show IPA), 1869–1939, Russian social worker and wife of V.I. Lenin.
[krooch] /krutʃ/ noun 1. Joseph Wood, 1893–1970, U.S. critic, biographer, naturalist, and teacher.