I think it's called a crib in AE, but a native will be able to confirm whether that is the case or not. It is also called a cot in AusE.Samo said:cot in Be = crib in Ae. How do you say cot Ae in Be
cot in Ae is usually a folding bed often used temporarily.
Having sat through several bucketfuls of black angst last night watching the film baby boy I can confirm that crib commonly means place where you live in that there vernacular.panjandrum said:It's strange that FFB should quote crib with that meaning as black AE.
Crib has meant "the place where I live" in English since Shakespeare.
1597 SHAKES. 2 Hen. IV, III. i. 9 Why rather (Sleepe) lyest thou in smoakie Cribs..