from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. acronym for cathode-ray oscilloscope, an electronic device which provides visual images of varying electrical quantities. See oscilloscope.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In old Scots law, the satisfaction or compensation for the slaughter of a man, according to his rank.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. electronic equipment that provides visual images of varying electrical quantities
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Herald and Wrangel islands were sighted from the "cro'-nest" and, as they were neared, apparently free from ice.
While the headline above may not be true now, if I worked on the Kindle team at Amazon, I'd be running around figuring out who I had to kill, bribe, or screw to get some kind of cro ...
Like the cro-magnon man before us, we hunt and gather and ultimately hoard (substitute furs and herbs with phasers and variant covers).
So, they are clearly “elitists” to the cro-magnon base who think that white trash like Palin and Joe the Plumber are the future of the GOP. live Says:
Connolly said Fimian -- who has apologized -- still needed to explain his "cro-magnon views on a tragedy that still resonates here."
A unibrow does not an inbred make … however cro-magnon comes to mind
He could be a nice looking cro-magnon man if he'd just groom.
You could obtain a "rep" by punching the guy riding the cute bike in the grill and then take his bike to a cro-mag show, but ultimately lending it to your white friend who just missed the last bus to rockland county.
We are in reality cro-magnons and share their bodies.
“A toast to fire cro—” He stopped short and an adorably sheepish look crossed his face.