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    Quote Originally Posted by Father Bill View Post
    Interesting. The same dictionary says this: "
    Dictionary entries

    Entries where "cromack" occurs:
    crummock: crummock (English) Noun crummock (pl. crummocks) A staff with a crooked head or stem. (Scotland) skirret, a root vegetable crummock (Scots) Noun crummock (pl. crummocks) Alternative spelling of cromack

    The top of a thumbstick looks quite crooked and stemmed to me and I know what it's called generically, but I originally posted here as a Scots-related bit of tribute to the late Queen and in that spirit I will stop now.

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