Talk:cramp

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I'm not quite sure but isn't the second verb definition a definition of "to cramp someone's style" rather than "to cramp" in general? Ncik 28 Apr 2005

Etymology[edit]

Why is this not thought to have come directly from Proto-Germanic, through OE and ME? 69.29.226.58 04:01, 15 August 2015 (UTC)