crag n : a steep rugged rock or cliff
EtymologyOf uncertain Celtic origin; compare Scottish Gaelic creag, Irish creag, Welsh craig, Manx creg.
- (UK) /kɹag/, (RP) /kræg/
- Rhymes: -æɡ
Crag may refer to:
- A steep rugged mass of rock projecting upward or outward, especially a cliff or vertical rock exposure in the north of England or in Scotland.
- A rock-climbers' term for a cliff or group of cliffs, in any location, which is or may be suitable for climbing.
- Crag and tail, a geological formation caused by the passage of a glacier over an area of hard rock.
- Craggy Island, a fictional Island on Father Ted
- Marine deposits of Pleistocene age found in East Anglia, the Reg Crag and Norwich Crag
- A Compound (linguistics) of the words Click and Drag used to save space in technical documents or when quickly replying to emails.
- Carbon Rationing Action Groups (CRAGs). A network of carbon conscious people, originating in the UK
- The name "Craig" is derived from the word "crag"
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