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Definition funny of Crann:
Crann - A human head entirely devoid of hair ie, a totally bald head.
He desperately combed his hair from left to right in a bid to disguise his ever expanding Crann. In a few years, Andy will have a real Crann going on. Look at the Crann on him, he's only 22! Jeez, I'm getting a bit Cranny these days.
Crann means tree in irish Sometimes used as a name in online game for irish cunts who thinks tree's are cool People who call themselves crann are usually one of the following: Gay Homosexual Ginger Sexually frustrated A Potato Farmer
Crann: hi i'm crann Other Person: You are a cunt go cook some potatoes you dickhead
Songs about Crann:
Crann Na Beatha by Adrian von Ziegler from the Album Starchaser
Crann ull by Clannad from the Album Clannad: Christ Church Cathedral
Crann Tara / Alasdair Òig Mhic'ic Neacail by Anna Murray from the Album Into Indigo
Crann Ull by Moya Brennan and Cormac De Barra from the Album Voices and Harps
An Rince Crann by An Dochas from the Album Dragonfly Redux
An Crann Ubhall by Mary O'Hara from the Album Mary O'Hara's Ireland (Digitally Remastered)
Crann An bPingini by Kila from the Album Tog E Go Bog E
Books about Crann:
An Crann Faoi Blath the Flowering Tree: Contemporary Irish Poetry With Verse Translations by Declan Kiberd and Gabriel Fitzmaurice (Apr 1991)
The Cherry Blossom Tree: Crann na mBlathanna Silini by Brendan Kenny (Oct 17, 2006)
Tree of Strings Crann Nan Teud: A History of the Harp in Scotland by Keith Sanger, Alison Kinnaerd and Alison Kinnaird (Oct 1999)
An Crann Geagach .i. Aisti agus Mion-sgealta by Padraig Ui Conaire
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An Crann Geagach= .1. Aisti Agus Mion-Sgealta... by Padraic O. Conaire (Dec 19, 2013)
An Crann Faoi Bhlath - the Flowering Tree by Declan Kiberd and Gabriel Fitzmaurice (1995)
Wiki information Crann:
CRANN, the Centre for Research on Adaptive Nanostructures and Nanodevices, is Ireland's first purpose-built research institute whose purpose is to perform nanoscience research. It is housed in the Naughton Institute on the campus of Trinity College,...
A crannog is typically a partially or entirely artificial island, usually built in lakes, rivers and estuarine waters of Scotland and Ireland. Unlike the prehistoric pile dwellings around the Alps that were built on the shores and were inundated only...