To speak, sing, moan, or hum in a soft, gentle, intimate, soothing, or murmuring manner, particularly when adapting to an amplification system or using an echoing effect.
The mother was crooning over the sick child to help her fall asleep.
To sing with honey in your voice; often used at the end of 80's songs--the music fades out, the crooning does not.
El Debarge, from the early 80's motown group Debarge, really knew how to croon.
to sing sentimentally- a word originating from 50's dialect
She crooned to baby to help him sleep.
a old wrinky, oversexed penis
Ruth: wew, your croon looks massive david
David: Ruth, its a croon
Going for cruise in the car with no purpose that turns into a hoon,dragracing and performing burnouts and powerslides etc.Usually happens on sunday.
Not doin much today mate,went for a croon this morning maybe again later
It means your going to try and flirt or chat up somebody, try and get jiggy with. Sexual term
Mate, are you crooning that? she is fit!