scrog

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Etymology[edit]

Compare scrag, or Scottish Gaelic sgrogag (anything shriveled), from sgrag (to compress, shrivel).

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scrog (countable and uncountable, plural scrogs)

  1. A stunted or shrivelled bush.
  2. Brushwood.
  3. (heraldry) The branch of a tree, especially one used as a blazon in Scotland.
  4. (Scotland) The crab-apple tree.
  5. (dialect) A blackthorn.