Origin of croneMiddle English term of abuse: beast, hag (revived by Sir Walter Scott in mod. sense) from Anglo-French carogne (see carrion) either directly or via Middle Dutch kronje in sense “old ewe”
The definition of a crone is a hag or an old, ugly woman.
An example of a crone is a mean, old lady.
- Derogatory An old woman considered to be ugly; a hag.
- A woman who is venerated for experience, judgment, and wisdom.
Origin of croneMiddle English from Old North French carogne carrion, cantankerous woman from Vulgar Latin carōnia carrion from Latin carō carn- flesh ; see sker-1 in Indo-European roots.
- Some of the creatures you will be able to cast are: the Rat, Spider, Elemental, Crone, Mercenary, Soul Stealer, Knight, Heroine, Brute, Behemoth and Trap Finder.
- Since the moon is viewed as maiden, mother and crone, the fairies are drawn to her light like lost children.
- Trinity knots can also symbolize the pagan triad of "mother, maiden and crone" or "mind, body and spirit."
- Crone: The waning moon symbolizes maturity, wisdom, peace and death.