Most likely, as the strata was horizontal, it cropt out also on the south-east side next the plain of Celo-Syria.
The Oxford Dictionary quotes Lamb, 'a notched and cropt scrivener'.
It is an ever fading and ever green tree, and the more it is lopped and cropt, the more it grows and expands itself.
There is not a dwarf jokei, a cropt Brutus'-head, or Anglomaniac horseman rising on his stirrups, that does not betoken change.
Time has not cropt the roses from your cheek, though sorrow long has washed them.
Tis now the summer of your youth; time has not cropt the roses from your cheek, though sorrow long has washed them.
By the hundred and the thousand, men's lives are cropt; cast like brands into the burning.
And what is cropt by day the night renews, Shedding refreshful stores of cooling dews.
Three cropt heads of hair on them, three frocks they wore, and three mantles wrapt around them.
Old English cropp "bird's craw," also "head or top of a sprout or herb." The common notion is "protuberance." Cognate with Old High German kropf, Old Norse kroppr. Meaning "harvest product" is c.1300, probably through the verbal meaning "cut off the top of a plant" (c.1200).
"cut off the top of a plant," c.1200, from crop (n.). The general meaning of "to cut off" is mid-15c. Related: Cropped; cropping. Women's fashion crop top is attested from 1984.