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See also: Cron and crón


Scottish GaelicEdit


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cron m (genitive singular croin, plural croin)

  1. harm, injury, defect
  2. delinquency, blame, fault

Derived termsEdit

  • cronachadh m (criticism, denunciation, reproach, reproof)
  • cronaich (rebuke, chide, scold, verb)