cranny

  • 1 Cranny' s B&B — (Рослэр,Ирландия) Категория отеля: 3 звездочный отель Адрес: Rosslare , Рослэр, Ирландия …

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  • 2 Cranny — Cran ny (kr[a^]n n[y^]), n.; pl. {Crannies} ( n[i^]z). [F. cran notch, prob. from L. crena (a doubful word).] 1. A small, narrow opening, fissure, crevice, or chink, as in a wall, or other substance. [1913 Webster] In a firm building, the… …

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  • 3 Cranny — Cran ny, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Crannied} ( n?d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Crannying}.] 1. To crack into, or become full of, crannies. [R.] [1913 Webster] The ground did cranny everywhere. Golding. [1913 Webster] 2. To haunt, or enter by, crannies. [1913… …

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  • 4 Cranny — Cran ny, a. [Perh. for cranky. See {Crank}, a. ] Quick; giddy; thoughtless. [Prov. Eng.] Halliwell. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5 cranny — index rift (gap) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 6 cranny — mid 15c., possibly from a dim. of M.Fr. cran notch, fissure (14c.), from crener to notch, split, from M.L. crenare, possibly from L. cernere to separate, sift (see CRISIS (Cf. crisis)). But OED casts doubt on this derivation …

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  • 7 cranny — *crack, cleft, fissure, crevasse, crevice, chink Analogous words: *hole, cavity, pocket, hollow: perforation, puncture, bore (see corresponding Verbs at PERFORATE): interstice, *aperture …

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  • 8 cranny — [n] nook, opening breach, byplace, chink, cleft, crack, crevice, fissure, gap, hole, interstice, niche; concepts 440,513 …

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  • 9 cranny — ► NOUN (pl. crannies) ▪ a small, narrow space or opening. ORIGIN Latin crena notch …

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  • 10 cranny — [kran′ē] n. pl. crannies [ME crani < OFr cran, cren, a notch < OIt crena, a groove < VL, a notch: see CRENATE] a small, narrow opening; crack, as in a wall …

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  • 11 cranny — noun a) A small, narrow opening, fissure, crevice, or chink, as in a wall, or other substance. b) A tool for forming the necks of bottles, etc. See Also: any nook or cranny, every nook and cranny, nook and cranny, nook or cranny …

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  • 12 Cranny — Recorded in the spellins of Crany, Craney, Cranny, Creaney, Creeney, and Cranney, this interesting name is claimed by some to be Irish. Certainly it is well recorded in that country, although as it is not apparently associated with any particular …

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  • 13 cranny — cran|ny [ˈkræni] n plural crannies [Date: 1400 1500; : Old French; Origin: cren, cran mark cut in a surface ] a small narrow hole in a wall or rock ▪ The toad hid itself in a cranny in the wall. →nook and cranny at ↑nook …

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  • 14 cranny — noun (C) a small narrow hole in a wall or rock: The toad hid itself in a cranny in the wall. see also: nook and cranny nook (3) crannied adjective …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 15 cranny — UK [ˈkrænɪ] / US noun [countable] Word forms cranny : singular cranny plural crannies a long narrow hole, especially in a wall or rock • See: nook …

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  • 16 cranny — /kran ee/, n., pl. crannies. 1. a small, narrow opening in a wall, rock, etc.; chink; crevice; fissure: They searched every nook and cranny for the missing ring. 2. a small out of the way place or obscure corner; nook. [1400 50; late ME crany,… …

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  • 17 cranny — [[t]kræ̱ni[/t]] crannies N COUNT: usu pl Crannies are very narrow openings or spaces in something. every nook and cranny → see nook They fled like lizards into crannies in the rocks. Syn: crevice …

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  • 18 cranny — noun every little cranny was filled with drifted snow Syn: chink, crack, crevice, slit, split, fissure, rift, cleft, opening, gap, aperture, cavity, hole, hollow, niche, corner, nook, interstice …

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  • 19 cranny —  1) jovial, brisk, lusty ; a cranny lad. Chesh.  2) a little hole or crevice. North …

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  • 20 cranny — noun (plural crannies) Etymology: Middle English crany, from Middle French cren, cran notch Date: 15th century 1. a small break or slit ; crevice 2. an obscure nook or corner • crannied adjective …

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