Crag (kr?g), n. [W. craig; akin to Gael. creag, Corn. karak, Armor. karrek.]


A steep, rugged rock; a cough, broken cliff, or point of a rock, on a ledge.

From crag to crag the signal fiew. Sir W. Scott.

2. Geol.

A partially compacted bed of gravel mixed with shells, of the Tertiary age.


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Crag, n. [A form of craw: cf. D. kraag neck, collar, G. kragen. See Craw.]


The neck or throat


And bear the crag so stiff and so state. Spenser.


The neck piece or scrag of mutton.



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