Origin of cratch
Words nearby cratch
How to use cratch in a sentence
A truly historic game taught by children to each other, is what is called cats-cradle or cratch-cradle.
If Hone's derivation of the game and its meaning is true, cratch-cradle is the correct name.
Coiros are beeves fattened at the cratch in ox-stalls, or in the fresh guimo meadows.Gargantua and Pantagruel, Complete.|Francois Rabelais
If the taile of a wolfe be hung in the cratch of Oxen, they can never eat their meate.Curious Creatures in Zoology|John Ashton
It has not occupied a bacon-cratch or a bread-and-cheese cupboard.The Great North Road: York to Edinburgh|Charles G. Harper