Crom may refer to:

  • Crom Cruach, a deity of pre-Christian Ireland
  • Crom, County Fermanagh, a townland in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
  • Crom Estate, a Northern Irish National Trust Property
  • Crom (character), a character in the 1982 film Tron played by Peter Jurasik
  • Crom (fictional deity), a fictional deity in the Conan the Barbarian world

CROM may refer to:

  • Regional Confederation of Mexican Workers (Confederación Regional Obrera Mexicana)

Other articles related to "crom":

List Of Tron Characters - Tron - Crom
... Crom is a timid and pudgy accounting program who was captured by the MCP and forced to play on the Game Grid ... Crom and Flynn are forced to battle each other in the ring game ... Flynn gains the upper hand, but refuses to kill a defenseless Crom, twice defying Sark's command to do so ...
Crom Dubh
... Crom Dubh or Crum Dubh (, ), meaning "black crooked ", alt ... "Dark Crom", was a Celtic god, for which see The Voyage of Bran, Book II ... Dé Domhnaigh Crum-Dubh – "Crom Dubh Sunday" – is known in Ireland as the first Sunday in August, but in Lochaber is applied to Easter ...
Mick Barr - Partial Discography - Crom-Tech
... Crom Tech Xmas Tape (1996, Self-released)/7" (2004, Troubleman Unlimited) Crom-Tech 7" (1997, Ixor Stix) Crom-Tech CD/LP (1997, Gravity) Crom-Tech LP (1999, Slowdime) ...
Crom (fictional Deity)
... Crom /ˈkrɒm/ is a fictional deity ... The name Crom is probably derived from the ancient Celtic deity Crom Cruach, with the Cimmerians functioning as proto-Celts in Howard's pre-historic Hyboria ...