cran

Cran vs Green - What's the difference?

cran | green |


As a noun cran

is (obsolete) a measure of herrings, either imprecise or sometimes legally specified; also rarely a barrel made to hold such a measure or cran can be (music) an embellishment played on the lowest note of a chanter of a bagpipe, consisting of a series of grace notes produced by rapid sequential lifting of the fingers of the lower hand.

As a proper noun green is

.

As an adjective green is

(politics) of, or pertaining, to a green party.

Cran vs Pencil - What's the difference?

cran | pencil |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between cran and pencil

is that cran is (obsolete) a measure of herrings, either imprecise or sometimes legally specified; also rarely a barrel made to hold such a measure while pencil is (obsolete) a paintbrush.

As nouns the difference between cran and pencil

is that cran is (obsolete) a measure of herrings, either imprecise or sometimes legally specified; also rarely a barrel made to hold such a measure or cran can be (music) an embellishment played on the lowest note of a chanter of a bagpipe, consisting of a series of grace notes produced by rapid sequential lifting of the fingers of the lower hand while pencil is (obsolete) a paintbrush.

As a verb pencil is

to write something using a pencil.

Wikidiffcom vs Cran - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | cran |


As a noun cran is

(obsolete) a measure of herrings, either imprecise or sometimes legally specified; also rarely a barrel made to hold such a measure or cran can be (music) an embellishment played on the lowest note of a chanter of a bagpipe, consisting of a series of grace notes produced by rapid sequential lifting of the fingers of the lower hand.

Cran vs Cram - What's the difference?

cran | cram |


As nouns the difference between cran and cram

is that cran is (obsolete) a measure of herrings, either imprecise or sometimes legally specified; also rarely a barrel made to hold such a measure or cran can be (music) an embellishment played on the lowest note of a chanter of a bagpipe, consisting of a series of grace notes produced by rapid sequential lifting of the fingers of the lower hand while cram is the act of cramming.

As a verb cram is

to ; as, to cram anything into a basket; to cram a room with people.

Cran vs Crag - What's the difference?

cran | crag |


As nouns the difference between cran and crag

is that cran is (obsolete) a measure of herrings, either imprecise or sometimes legally specified; also rarely a barrel made to hold such a measure or cran can be (music) an embellishment played on the lowest note of a chanter of a bagpipe, consisting of a series of grace notes produced by rapid sequential lifting of the fingers of the lower hand while crag is large hand; claw, paw.

As a verb crag is

to chelate.

Crang vs Cran - What's the difference?

crang | cran |


As nouns the difference between crang and cran

is that crang is while cran is (obsolete) a measure of herrings, either imprecise or sometimes legally specified; also rarely a barrel made to hold such a measure or cran can be (music) an embellishment played on the lowest note of a chanter of a bagpipe, consisting of a series of grace notes produced by rapid sequential lifting of the fingers of the lower hand.

Cran vs Clan - What's the difference?

cran | clan |


As nouns the difference between cran and clan

is that cran is (obsolete) a measure of herrings, either imprecise or sometimes legally specified; also rarely a barrel made to hold such a measure or cran can be (music) an embellishment played on the lowest note of a chanter of a bagpipe, consisting of a series of grace notes produced by rapid sequential lifting of the fingers of the lower hand while clan is .

Cran vs Crab - What's the difference?

cran | crab |


As nouns the difference between cran and crab

is that cran is (obsolete) a measure of herrings, either imprecise or sometimes legally specified; also rarely a barrel made to hold such a measure or cran can be (music) an embellishment played on the lowest note of a chanter of a bagpipe, consisting of a series of grace notes produced by rapid sequential lifting of the fingers of the lower hand while crab is a crustacean of the infraorder brachyura, having five pairs of legs, the foremost of which are in the form of claws, and a carapace or crab can be the crab apple or wild apple or crab can be the tree species , native of south america or crab can be short for carabiner.

As a verb crab is

to fish for crabs or crab can be (obsolete) to irritate, make surly or sour.

Crank vs Cran - What's the difference?

crank | cran |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between crank and cran

is that crank is (obsolete) a sick person; an invalid while cran is (obsolete) a measure of herrings, either imprecise or sometimes legally specified; also rarely a barrel made to hold such a measure.

As nouns the difference between crank and cran

is that crank is a bent piece of an axle or shaft, or an attached arm perpendicular, or nearly so, to the end of a shaft or wheel, used to impart a rotation to a wheel or other mechanical device; also used to change circular into reciprocating motion, or reciprocating into circular motion while cran is (obsolete) a measure of herrings, either imprecise or sometimes legally specified; also rarely a barrel made to hold such a measure or cran can be (music) an embellishment played on the lowest note of a chanter of a bagpipe, consisting of a series of grace notes produced by rapid sequential lifting of the fingers of the lower hand.

As an adjective crank

is (slang) strange, weird, odd.

As a verb crank

is to turn by means of a crank .

Scran vs Cran - What's the difference?

scran | cran |


As nouns the difference between scran and cran

is that scran is (slang|northumbria|liverpool) food while cran is (obsolete) a measure of herrings, either imprecise or sometimes legally specified; also rarely a barrel made to hold such a measure or cran can be (music) an embellishment played on the lowest note of a chanter of a bagpipe, consisting of a series of grace notes produced by rapid sequential lifting of the fingers of the lower hand.

As a verb scran

is (slang|liverpool) to eat.

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