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grandmother

noun grand·moth·er \ˈgran(d)-ˌmə-thər\

: the mother of your father or mother

Full Definition of GRANDMOTHER

1
:  the mother of one's father or mother
2
:  a female ancestor
grand·moth·er·ly \-lē\ adjective

First Known Use of GRANDMOTHER

15th century
GRANDMOTHER Defined for Kids

grandmother

noun grand·moth·er \ˈgrand-ˌmə-thər, ˈgran-\

Definition of GRANDMOTHER for Kids

1
:  the mother of someone's father or mother
2
:  a female ancestor <She learned skills passed down from her grandmothers.>

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