The Collaborative International Dictionary
Crup \Crup\ (kr?p), a. [Cf. OHG. grop, G. grob, coarse.]
Short; brittle; as, crup cake.
Crup \Crup\ (kr?p), n. See Croup, the rump of a horse.
Etymology 1 n. (alternative form of croup nodot=yes English) (the rump of a horse) Etymology 2
a. short; brittle
Usage examples of "crup".
Then he was eagerly beaconing to Crup to bring the keyplates to open the entry lock.