Meaning of CRO in English

ˈkrō noun

( -es )

Etymology: Middle English cro, croy, from Scottish Gaelic crō, literally, blood; akin to Middle Irish crū, crō blood, Latin cruor — more at raw

: satisfaction in an amount suitable to the rank of the parties involved made in early Scottish law for the killing of a man

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