noun crum·mock \ˈkrəmək\

Definition of crummock



chiefly Scottish

  1. :  a staff with a crooked head

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Origin and Etymology of crummock

Scottish Gaelic cromag anything bent, from crom crooked; akin to Old Irish cromm, Old English gehrumpen wrinkled — more at rumple

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