Wiki Dictionary Search

Crone (IPA: /ˈkɹoʊn/)

Crone (n.)

An old ewe.

Crone (n.)

An old woman; -- usually in contempt.

Crone (n.)

An old man; especially, a man who talks and acts like an old woman.


Stock character; a malicious old woman, often occult or witch-like


Human settlement in Idro, Province of Brescia, Lombardy, Italy


Painting by Akseli Gallen-Kallela


Family name


Musical character in the musical Les Misérables by Claude-Michel Schönberg

Crone Synonyms

Beldame, Witch, Beldam, Hag

Crone Rhymes

Blown, Boan, Boehne, Boen, Bohn, Bohne, Bone, Bown, Bowne, Clone, Coan, Cohn, Cone, Crone, Doan, Doane, Doanh, Don't, Drone, Flown, Fone, Goan, Goen, Groan, Groen, Grone, Grown, Hoehn, Hoehne, Hoen, Hone, Joan, Jone, Kloehn, Known, Koehn, Koehne, Koen, Kohne, Krohn, Loan, Lone, Moan, Moen, Mon, Mone, Oanh, Own, Phone, Plohn, Prone, Rhone, Roan, Roane, Roen, Rone, Schoen, Schone, Scone, Sewn, Shone, Shown, Sloan, Sloane, Slone, Sown, Stone, Thoen, Thone, Throne, Thrown, Tone, Trone, Zone

Alone, Arone, Athlone, Atone, Barone, Barrone, Bastogne, Bayonne, Bemoan, Cadrone, Capone, Carone, Catone, Cirone, Cologne, Condone, Cyclone, Damone, Dethrone, Dijon, Disown, Dragone, Farone, Garone, Hipbone, Homegrown, Intone, Latrone, Leone, Lupone, Malone, Mamone, Marone, Masone, Mccone, Mccrone, Mcglone, Mchone, Mckone, Mckown, Melloan, Milone, Mione, Montrone, Outgrown, Outshone, Palone, Pavone, Perone, Picone, Pirone, Postpone, Ramon, Ramone, Raton, Salone, Scavone, Scimone, Sharon, Shirone, Simone, Stallone, Tirone, Trombone, Tyrone, Unknown, Valone, Vanstone, Varone, Yarchoan

Bourguignon, Calderon, Cipollone, Overblown, Overgrown, Overthrown, Romanone, Unbeknown

Corporacion, Diaz-calderon

Crone (Last Name / Surname)

Crone is the #6,162 most common last name / surname from the 2010 United States Census. The census reported that 5,555 people had that surname.

Spanish Translation

Crone in Spanish is Bruja

Click for Synonyms of crone on WikiThesaurus

Check domain name registration of on NameReports