abrupt bend in a branch or trunk.

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
crook (verb)
transitive verb
intransitive verb
- bend - curve wind
crook (noun)
1.
an implement having a bent or hooked form as
a) - pothook
b) (1) a shepherd's staff
(2) - crosier
2.
a part of something that is hook-shaped, curved, or bent - the crook of an umbrella handle
3.
- bend curve
4.
a person who engages in fraudulent or criminal practices
crook (adjective)
Australian & New Zealand not right
a) - unsatisfactory
b) - dishonest crooked
c) - irritable angry used especially in the phrase go crook
d) - ill unwell
crook (Wikipedia)

Crook is another name for criminal.

Crook or Crooks may also refer to:

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