See also: Craw
craw (plural craws)
- (archaic) to caw, crow, for certain birds to make their cry
- 1828, David Macbeth Moir, The Life of Mansie Wauch:
- The night was now pitmirk; the wind soughed amid the head-stones and railings of the gentry, (for we must all die,) and the black corbies in the steeple-holes cackled and crawed in a fearsome manner.