Origin of crag1
noun Scot. and North England.
Origin of crag2
Examples from the Web for crag
He wheels to the right, 244 whither the ledge winds round the crag.In the Brooding Wild|Ridgwell Cullum
So now I guess we are all pleased with each other and are going home to Crag Cottage quite happy.Elsie and Her Namesakes|Martha Finley
I passed under a crag, exceedingly lofty, and of very frightful appearance.Wild Wales|George Borrow
From Alp to Alp he is answered by his brother herdsmen, and the deep, strong notes echo from crag to crag in solemn melody.Switzerland|Frank Fox
Craig (kraik), a crag or rock; properly spelt creig, or creag.Gairloch In North-West Ross-Shire|John H. Dixon, F.S.A. Scot
Word Origin for crag
early 14c.; as a place-name element attested from c.1200, probably from a Celtic source akin to Old Irish crec "rock," and carrac "cliff," Welsh craig "rock, stone," Manx creg.