- an area 4½ inches (11.4 cm) square at each corner of a billiard table.
- the situation in which both balls to be struck by the cue ball are within this area.
- crossword puzzle,
- croton bug
Origin of crotch
Examples from the Web for crotch
Or how kicking a reaction-less eunuch in the crotch over and over again is comedy.
There is no way to really justify the constant (clothed) closeups of her crotch and breasts.Bayonetta Is Nintendo’s Graphic, Ass-Kicking Barbie|Alec Kubas-Meyer|October 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Did Charlie Crist break the rules by having a fan blowing on his crotch during the Florida guberntorial debate?
Bosnich also claims DeMaio "grabbed my crotch" while the two sat in the candidate's car.No Shaking Sexual Harassment Allegations for Gay GOP House Hopeful|Olivia Nuzzi|October 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It lands with mischievous accuracy, mottling the crotch of my jeans.Leaky Ceilings, Catcalls, and Uncaged Pythons: 4 Hours on NYC’s Worst Subway|Kevin Zawacki|August 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Their nests are usually built in large trees, but generally placed against the trunk in the crotch of some of the lower branches.The Bird Book|Chester A. Reed
A crotch formed by two branches of equal size, especially when the split is deep, is a weak crotch and should be avoided.Apple Growing|M. C. Burritt
They watched the motionless ball of fur in the crotch of a slim forest elm.The Fighting Chance|Robert W. Chambers
It is usually built in the crotch of some large branch, near or directly against the main trunk of the tree.
She pressed her crotch harder against his, hissed something that might have been yesssss.Makers|Cory Doctorow
- the angle formed by the inner sides of the legs where they join the human trunk
- the human external genitals or the genital area
- the corresponding part of a pair of trousers, pants, etc
Word Origin for crotch
1530s, original meaning "pitchfork," from Old North French croche "shepherd's crook," variant of croc "hook" (see crochet); meaning "region where the body forks" is 1590s.