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First published 1952 (SND Vol. III).

CRAGACH, CROGACH, adj. “Stiff or awkward in the fingers” (Arg. 1936 L. McInnes Dial. S. Kintyre 11).

[Cf. Gael. crògach, adj., having large, clumsy hands, from cròg, a large, clumsy hand (Dwelly).]

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