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CRAG, noun [Gr., to break, Latin , breaking. See Crack.] A steep rugged rock; a rough broken rock, or point of a rock.

CRAG, noun [Gr. Roughness, or break. We now call it rack.] The neck, formerly applied to the neck of a human being, as in Spenser. We now apply it to the neck or neck-piece of mutton, and call it a rack of mutton.