Crib ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Crib ( noun )

  1. A baby's bed with high sides, often on wheels.
  2. A small, simple, or poor dwelling.
  3. A place for storing something, especially grain or coal.

Origin:

Late middle english (denoting a manger for animals): from old french crible, from latin cribrum "sieve".

Examples:

  1. The baby slept peacefully in her crib.
  2. The family lived in a small crib in the mountains.
  3. The crib was filled with coal for the winter.
  4. The crib was a safe and secure place for the baby to sleep.
  5. The crib was a handcrafted heirloom that had been passed down through generations.

(As a verb)

Crib ( verb )

  1. A baby's bed with high sides, often on wheels.
  2. A small, simple, or poor dwelling.
  3. A place for storing something, especially grain or coal.

Origin:

Late middle english (denoting a manger for animals): from old french crible, from latin cribrum "sieve".

Examples:

  1. The baby slept peacefully in her crib.
  2. The family lived in a small crib in the mountains.
  3. The crib was filled with coal for the winter.
  4. The crib was a safe and secure place for the baby to sleep.
  5. The crib was a handcrafted heirloom that had been passed down through generations.
Some random words: hubris, broody, cuss