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Krakeling. m. cracknel.

Krak en, ov. & on. w. to crack, to crash, to creak; het vriest dat het kraakt, it freezes uncommonly liard; —de wagens loopen het langst, a creaking door hangs longest on its hinges; creaking doors hang longest; Iemand een harde noot te — geven, to gire one a bone to piek, a nut to crack; z|Jiie noten wel gekraakt hebben, to have 1'eathered one's nest; —er, m. cracker; —Ing, v. cracking, creaking.

Krakken, on. w. to crack, to crackle, to burst.

Kram, v. cramp, cramp-iron, staple, hook; —draad, wire; —nier, cramper; — niing, c ramming.

Kramen, on. w. to be confined, to be brought to bed, to lie in.

Kramer, m. pedlar, hawker, mercer, haberdasher, retailer; — lat|)n, dog-Latin, pedlar's French, cant; —iwaur, —1|, v. mercery, mercer's wares, haberdashery.

Krammen, ov. w. to cramp, to fasten with a staple (cramp), to rivet.

Kramp, v. cramp, spasm ; —ader, swollen vein, variz; —aderbreuk, varicocele; — hoest, spasmodic fconvulsive) cough; — middel, antispasmodic; —|>||n, spasmodic pain; —«tillend, antispasmodic; —visch, cramp-fish, torpedo-fnh ; —aelitlg, bv. & bw. spasmodic (-ally), convulsive (-ly).

Krank, bv. ill, indisposed, diseased, sick; — bed, sick-bed: —hoofdig, —zinnig, crazy, mad, ofT one's head; —hoofdigheid, — zinnigheid, crazines*, madness; —zinnige, niadinan; — iigenticlit, — nhuls, madhouse, lunatic asylum, bedlam.

Kranke, m. & v. patiënt, sick person; — nbezoek, visit to a patiënt; —nbezoeker, comforter; — nbezorger, overseer of an infirmery; —nbewaarster, nurse.

Krank lieid, v. —te, v. illness, indisposition, disease, sickness.

Krauw, m. wreath, garland; cornice, festoon (In de bouwkunde;; chaplet (roze krans); circle, club, society; goede w(ju behoeft geen —, good wine needs no bush; een bloemen—, a garland (wreath) of tlowers; «ere—, chaplet of honour; eeue dames—, a ladies' circle; —kruid, *weet marjoram; —I«st, cornice; —werk, festooning; —en, ov. w. to wreathe, to garland; —Je, o. circle, club, society.

Krant, v. newspaper; gazette (officieele kr.); paper; —enbericht, advertisement, news paper-report, news, par(agraph); —endrukker, printer of a newspaper; — endrukker||, newspaper-printing-otfice; —eiijongen, newsboy; —enlezer, reader of a newspaper; -enman, news-man; —eunieuws, news, newspaper-reports.

Krap, v. madder (meekrap); clasp (of a book); pork's steak.

■trapje», dw. cioseiy, tiglitly, narrowly, scarcely, sparintrly; het — hebben, to be in straiteucd circumstances; Iemand

— honden, to allow one little, to liold one under restraint.

Kras, bv. hale, vlgorous, brisk; een —ae gry«aard, a strong and hale old man.

Kras, hH kris en —, by all that is holy; Iemand — aanpakken, to handle one roughly.

Kras, v. scratch; —sen, on. w. to scratch, to scrape; to grate, to jar; to croak; to spatter; —gat, pocket hole; — (Jzer, worm;

— ser, m. scratcher, scraper, worm; sorry fiddler.

Krat, o. hindpart, movable back (of a cart, etc.), crate (an osier basket).

Krater, m. crater.

Krauw, v. soratch; —el, m. crooked fork, cramp-iron; nail, clutcli, paw; —en, ov. w. to scratch; to rebuke; to extort; achter z||n oor —, (flg.) to be much at a loss what to do; —er, m. —ster, v. scratcher; reviler; extortioner.

Kreatuur, o. creature.

Kreb, v. zie Krib.

Krediet, o. credit; trust; esteem; een — openen by, to lodge a credit with; op — knopen, to buy on credit, • on tick; voor Iets geen — hebben (flg.), to have little faith in; —brief, letter of credit.

Kreeft, m. lobster (zeekr.), cancer (In den Dierenriem); crawfisli (kleine zeekr. zonder klauwen); crayfish (kleine zoetwaterkr.); — eiigang. crab's walk; den gaan, to go backwards, to go to the wallj —•dicht, palindrome; —song, crab's eye; —«schaar, claws of a lobster; — eusoep, lobster-soup.

Kreek, v. creek, cove, bay.

Kreel, v. lace, edging, galloon; —en, ov. w. to lace, to edge.

Kreet, m. cry, outcry, shriek.

Kregel, bv. & bw. fretful (-ly), cross (-ly), peevish (-ly), angry (-lly), crabbed (-ly); — kop, peevish person, crab; —held. v. fretfulness, crossness, peevishness; — Ig, bv. zie Kregel; — Iglieid. v. zie Kregelheid.

Kreits, m. circle; —brieven, circular letters.

Krekel, m. cricket; —en, on. w. to cliirrup, to chirp.

Kreng, o. carrion.

Kreng en, ov. & on. w. to careen, to heel, to give topping to; to bend sideways; to liiggle; —Ing, v. careening, heeling.

Kreuk en, ov. w. to hurt, to grieve, to mortify, to ofi'end, to prejudice, to injure; —end, bv. ofEensive, hurtful (to); —er, m. ofTender, injurer; —ing, v. grieving; grief, ofl'ence, mortification.

Krent, v. currant; — enbroodje, bun;-enkoek, currant-cake; — enkakker, punctilious person; coward; close-flsted fellow, miser;

— erig, bv. punctilious; —erigheid, punctiliousness, cheese-paring.

Krep, o. crape; —|)zer, rubbing-down iron; —pen, ov. w. to twist.

Kreuk, v. —el, v. fold, wrinkle, rumple, cruniple, pucker; — elen, —en, ov. & on.

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