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(Craggit,) Craiggit, a. [e.m.E. -cragg'd (1607), f. Crag n.2] (In compounds.) Necked. — Tua quyis … ane blak craiggit; 1563 Prot. Bk. J. Drummond 30.
Quhen we se in ane man that he is … ewin craiggit, hard in flesche, compact in sennonis, … we suld iuge him battalus; Lindesay MS. 82.

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