Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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CROUPANS, CROUPENS, n.pl. The crowberry, Empetrum nigrum (Mry. 1839 G. Gordon Flora of Mry. 28; 1886 B. and H. 131; 1916 T.S.D.C. II., croupens).

[Cf. Croup, n.3, and Croupert.]

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