grame

noun \ ˈgrām \

Definition of grame

plural -s
1 archaic :anger
2 archaic :sorrow, harm, misery

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Origin and Etymology of grame

Middle English, from Old English grama, from gram angry, fierce, hostile; akin to Old High German gram angry, hostile, Old Norse gramr angry, hostile, Old English grimm fierce, wild


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