What is nooks and crannies mean?
Likewise, people ask, where does the term nooks and crannies come from?
The idiom originated in the 14th century and it combines 'nook', being used from mid-1300s which means - a distant corner, with 'cranny' in usage since 1440 which means - a crack or gap.
Also Know, what does by hook or crook mean? "By hook or by crook" is an English phrase meaning "by any means necessary", suggesting that any means possible should be taken to accomplish a goal. The phrase is very old, first recorded in the Middle English Controversial Tracts of John Wyclif in 1380.
Also Know, how do you spell nook and cranny?
A nook is a small hidden place and a cranny is a small hole.
What are nooks?
NOOK is a line of Android-powered portable e-book reader devices developed and marketed by Barnes & Noble that competes with Amazon's Kindle line of e-books.