|1.||a less common word for crop|
|2.||the stomach of an animal|
|3.||informal stick in one's craw, stick in one's throat to be difficult, or against one's conscience, for one to accept, utter, or believe|
|[C14: related to Middle High German krage, Middle Dutch crāghe neck, Icelandic kragi collar]|
stick in one's craw
Also, stick in one's throat.
Be unable to say something, as in I meant to apologize but the words stuck in my craw. [Early 1600s]
Be so offensive that one can't tolerate it, as in That obscene art exhibit stuck in my throat. [Late 1600s]