cripple
[ˈkrɪp(ə)l]
VERB
cripples (third person present) · crippled (past tense) · crippled (past participle) · crippling (present participle)
  1. cause (someone) to become unable to walk or move properly.
    "a young student was crippled for life"
    synonyms:
NOUN
dated
offensive
cripples (plural noun)
  1. a person who is unable to walk or move properly through disability or because of injury to their back or legs.
    • a person with a severe limitation of a specified kind.
      "an emotional cripple"
Origin
Old English: from two words, crypel and crēopel, both of Germanic origin and related to creep.
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developing countries are crippled by their debts.
a young student was crippled for life.
an emotional cripple.
How to say cripple in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic (NOUN)تشل, الكسيح, كسيح, أعرج, الأعرج, مشلول, أعطاب
(VERB)يشل, شل
Bangla পঙ্গু
Bosnian (Latin) bogalj
Bulgarian (NOUN)инвалид
(VERB)парализира
Cantonese (Traditional) 削弱
Catalan (VERB)paralitzar
Chinese Simplified 削弱
Chinese Traditional 削弱
Croatian (NOUN)bogalj, invalid
(VERB)osakatiti
Czech (NOUN)mrzák
(VERB)ochromit
Danish (NOUN)krøbling
(VERB)lamme
Dutch (VERB)verlamde
Estonian Sant
Fijian lokiloki
Filipino pilay
Finnish (VERB)lamauttaa
(NOUN)raajarikko
French (NOUN)infirme, estropié, boiteux, handicapé, invalide, paralysé
(VERB)paralyser, estropier, saboter
German (NOUN)Krüppel, verkrüppeln
(VERB)lähmen
Greek (VERB)ακρωτηριάσουν, καθηλώσει, σακατεύω
Haitian Creole moun donmaje\/enfim
Hebrew (NOUN)הנכה, נכה
Hindi (NOUN)पंगु
(VERB)अपंग
Hungarian (VERB)nyomorék
(NOUN)csonka
Indonesian (VERB)melumpuhkan
Italian (NOUN)storpio, zoppo, invalido
(VERB)paralizzare, azzopparti
Japanese (NOUN)クリップル
(VERB)損なう, 不自由, 不具
Kiswahili vilema
Korean (VERB)절름발이, 장애인
Latvian (VERB)kroplis, sabojāt
Lithuanian (VERB)paralyžiuoti, suluošinti
Malagasy malemy nanome
Norwegian Bokmål krøpling
Persian فلج
Polish (NOUN)kaleka
(VERB)sparaliżować, okaleczyć
Portuguese (NOUN)aleijado, paralítico, deficiente, mutilar, coxo
(VERB)aleijar, paralisar, inviabilizar, incapacitar
Querétaro Otomi cojo
Romanian (VERB)infirm, paraliza
Russian (NOUN)калека, Крипл, инвалид
(VERB)калечить, парализовать
Samoan pipili
Serbian (Cyrillic) богаљ
Serbian (Latin) bogalj
Slovak (NOUN)mrzák
(VERB)ochromiť
Slovenian (NOUN)pohabljenec
(VERB)Sakatiti, ohromiti
Spanish (NOUN)lisiado, tullido, inválido, cojo, rengo, incapacitar, inutilizar, paralítico
(VERB)paralizar, lisiar, perjudicar
Swedish (NOUN)krympling
(VERB)lamslå
Tahitian pirioi
Tamil நொண்டி
Telugu క్రిప్టే
Thai คนพิการ
Tongan pipiki
Turkish (NOUN)sakat, kötürüm
Ukrainian (NOUN)калікою
Urdu پنگل
Welsh barlysu
Yucatec Maya cojo
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