Definition of Crubeen

1. Noun. An Irish food made from boiled pigs' feet. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Crubeen

1. a pig's trotter [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crubeen

crowths
croyn
croyned
croyning
croyns
croze
croze iron
crozer
crozers
crozes
crozier
croziered
croziers
crp
cru
crubeen (current term)
crubeens
cruces
cruces gammatae
cruces pilorum
crucial
crucial bandage
crucial ligament
cruciality
crucially
crucian
crucian carp
crucians
cruciate
cruciate anastomosis

Literary usage of Crubeen

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1. The Ancient and Present State of the County and City of Cork.: Containing a by Charles Smith, Thomas Crofton Croker, Richard Caulfield (1893)
"Upon these they used " to lunch on the battlements of this bridge, and always speaking about their day's "sport, said 'they had lunch on crubeen Bridge. ..."

2. The Place-names of Decies by Patrick Power (1907)
"... the opening of the Square to its present size this led north from the original Square to Blackfriars. The present Arundel Lane—popularly " crubeen ..."

3. Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts by Patrick Kennedy (1866)
"This damp grass is very different from our warm room," says one; " I was obliged to drop a fine pig's crubeen (foot)," says another; " I didn't get a ..."

4. The History of Bandon, and the Principal Towns in the West Riding of County by George Bennett (1869)
"... and fried ; but the generally received opinion was that it was bog-wood, warmed in a pot of cabbage-water, into which was flung a crubeen or two, ..."

5. The Ancient and Present State of the County and City of Cork.: Containing a by Charles Smith, Thomas Crofton Croker, Richard Caulfield (1893)
"Upon these they used " to lunch on the battlements of this bridge, and always speaking about their day's "sport, said 'they had lunch on crubeen Bridge. ..."

6. The Place-names of Decies by Patrick Power (1907)
"... the opening of the Square to its present size this led north from the original Square to Blackfriars. The present Arundel Lane—popularly " crubeen ..."

7. Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts by Patrick Kennedy (1866)
"This damp grass is very different from our warm room," says one; " I was obliged to drop a fine pig's crubeen (foot)," says another; " I didn't get a ..."

8. The History of Bandon, and the Principal Towns in the West Riding of County by George Bennett (1869)
"... and fried ; but the generally received opinion was that it was bog-wood, warmed in a pot of cabbage-water, into which was flung a crubeen or two, ..."

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