crummie

noun
crum·mie | \ˈkrə-mē \
variants: or crummy
plural crummies

Definition of crummie 

chiefly Scotland

: cow especially : one with crooked horns

First Known Use of crummie

1724, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for crummie

Scots crumb crooked, from Middle English, from Old English

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Phrases Related to crummie

feel crummy

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