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King James Dictionary

Crib

CRIB, n.

1. The manger of a stable, in which oxen and cows feed. In America, it is distinguished from a rack for horses.

Where no oxen are, the crib is clean. Proverbs 14.

The manger for other beasts.

The ass knoweth his masters crib. Isaiah 1.

2. A small habitation or cottage.
3. A stall for oxen.
4. A case or box in salt works.
5. A small building, raised on posts, for storing Indian corn.

CRIB, v.t. To shut or confine in a narrow habitation; to cage.


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