cramponnée

adjective cram·pon·née \¦krampə¦nā, -nē\
variants: less commonly

cramponée

\¦krampə¦nā, -nē\

Definition of cramponnée

of a cross

  1. :  having a short squared projection from the end of each arm at a right angle, all the projections being turned in the same rotary direction

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Origin and Etymology of cramponnée

French cramponné, past participle of cramponner to fasten with cramps, from crampon


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