(plural crans or cran)
- 1960, Ewan MacColl, BBC radio ballad Singing the Fishing:
- […] And fish the knolls on the North Sea HolesAnd try your luck at the North Shields GutWith a catch of a hundred cran.
- (music) An embellishment played on the lowest note of a chanter of a bagpipe, consisting of a series of grace notes produced by rapid sequential lifting of the fingers of the lower hand.
- combining form of cranberry
- cran-apple cobbler
- cran-grape juice