Cranny (noun)

  1. A small or narrow opening or crevice.
  2. A small, hidden or obscure place.


The word "cranny" originated in the 14th century from the middle english word "crane" which means a crevice. it refers to a small or narrow opening or crevice.


  1. The mouse was hiding in a cranny behind the bookshelf.
  2. She checked every cranny of the room for her lost earring.
  3. The dust had accumulated in the crannies of the old furniture.
  4. The crannies of the rock provided a perfect hiding spot for the hikers.
  5. The cranny in the wall was just big enough for the cat to get through.
Some random words: nirvana, dusty, disembark