Crinan is a name of Gaelic origin and it has a number of contexts:
- Crinan, Argyll and Bute, a village in Scotland
- The Crinan Canal, a waterway in Scotland with one of its outlets at Crinan, linking Loch Fyne with Loch Crinan
- Crínán of Dunkeld, a powerful Scottish lord around the beginning of the 11th Century and the father of Duncan I of Scotland (1001-1040)
- a place in Elgin County, Ontario, Canada [??]
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