gramercy

interjection
gra·​mer·​cy | \grə-ˈmər-sē \

Definition of gramercy 

archaic

used to express gratitude or surprise

First Known Use of gramercy

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for gramercy

Middle English grand mercy, from Anglo-French grand merci great thanks

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