noun \ˈgrānj\

Definition of GRANGE

archaic :  granary, barn
:  farm; especially :  a farmhouse with outbuildings
capitalized :  one of the lodges of a national fraternal association originally made up of farmers; also :  the association itself

Examples of GRANGE

  1. <asked the community's farmers to meet at the Howard family grange to help raise a new barn>

Origin of GRANGE

Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Medieval Latin granica, from Latin granum grain
First Known Use: 14th century

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