/ (ˈkruːnəʊd) /
a point at which two branches of a curve intersect, each branch having a distinct tangent; node
Word Origin for crunode
C19: cru- from Latin crux cross + node
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Examples from the Web for crunode
In this case the centre is a crunode and the curve resembles fig. 5.