来自PIE*sker, 砍，劈，词源同shear, caries.
- cranny: see crenellate
- cranny (n.)
- mid-15c., possibly from a diminutive of Middle French cran "notch, fissure" (14c.), from crener "to notch, split," from Medieval Latin crenare, possibly from Latin cernere "to separate, sift" (see crisis). But OED casts doubt on this derivation.
- 1. Boxes are stacked in every nook and cranny at the factory.
- 2. Every nook and cranny of this place brought back memories.
- 3. He knew every nook and cranny of the area.
- 4. The shrapnel was searching every cranny.
- 5. I've searched every nook and cranny but I still can't find the keys.
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