# Reference paragraphs without numbering them

If I want to reference a paragraph, but without numbering them, how would I do that?
Currently, I'm doing something along the lines of:

\subsection{A}
This is where I'm referring to the paragraph, using cref.
For further information, see \cref{par:X}.

\subsection{B}
Bla bla blub
lorem impsum dolor met sit amet whatever I don't know the rest


Unfortunately, this on its own only prints out "..., see subsection [B's number]".

Now, if I use:

\setcounter{secnumdepth}{6}
\crefname{paragraph}{paragraph}{paragraphs}
\Crefname{paragraph}{paragraph}{paragraphs}


in the preamble, I can reference paragraphs, instead of just (sub-(sub-))sections.

However, I want to use paragraphs as emphasis inside the text, not as actual numbered headers, which is what is happening now - they get numbered.

Therefore my question - how do I have to reference my labels so that it renders as "see paragraph Paragraph Header" (from the example above) and the actual paragraphs do not get numbers assigned?

To reference the title of the paragraph, you can use \nameref from the hyperref package:

\documentclass{article}

\usepackage{hyperref}
\usepackage{cleveref}

\begin{document}

\subsection{A}
This is where I'm referring to the paragraph, using cref.
For further information, see \nameref{par:X}.

\subsection{B}
Bla bla blub