ⓘ Croom (name)

                                     

ⓘ Croom (name)

Croom is a surname of English and in some cases North American origin. There are various explanations for the surname of English origin.

  • In North America, Croom, in some cases is an Americanization of the German Krumm.
  • The name may also be a habitational name after Croome in the East Riding of Yorkshire or Croome in Worcestershire. The place in Yorkshire is named from the Old English crohum which is a dative plural of croh meaning "corner", "blend". The place in Worcestershire is named after an old British name for a river.
  • The name can also be a metonymic occupational name for the maker, seller or user of hooks. It is derived from the Middle English crome, cromb, meaning "hook", "crook".
  • Also changed to Crume in the 1600s by Daniel Croom when he emigrated to the United States of America, in an effort to Americanize the name. Many families carry this spelling today.
  • The name is a surname of English origin from the nickname of a hunchback or cripple, derived from Middle English crom p, Old English crumb, meaning "bent", "crooked" and "stooping".
                                     
  • Croom Irish: Cromadh meaning Bend in the River is a village in County Limerick, Ireland. It is located just off the N20 which has bypassed the town
  • Sylvester Croom Jr. born September 25, 1954 is a retired American football coach. He was the head coach at Mississippi State University from 2004 to
  • Croom is an unincorporated community and census - designated place in Prince George s County, Maryland, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population
  • unincorporated place in the United States of America Croom New South Wales, a rural locality of Wollongong in Australia. Croom name Croome disambiguation
  • Croom is a rural locality of Wollongong in New South Wales, Australia, part of the state suburb of Dunmore. The name has been variously spelled Croomb
  • Emily Whitfield Croom Bellamy pen name Kamba Thorpe 1837 1900 was an American novelist and essayist. Elizabeth or Emily Whitfield Croom Bellamy was
  • Croom or Crom Castle, also called the Castle of Crom, is a historic castle in the town of Croom County Limerick, that is notable for its occupation as
  • Croom Glacier 70 18 S 62 25 W 70.300 S 62.417 W - 70.300 - 62.417Coordinates: 70 18 S 62 25 W 70.300 S 62.417 W - 70.300 - 62.417 is a steep
  • Croom Hospital Irish: Ospideal Croom is an orthopedic hospital in Croom County Limerick, Ireland. It is managed by UL Hospitals Group. The hospital