[grak-uh s] /ˈgræk əs/
[gey-uh s sem-proh-nee-uh s] /ˈgeɪ əs sɛmˈproʊ ni əs/ (Show IPA), 153–121 b.c, and his brother, Tiberius Sempronius
[tahy-beer-ee-uh s] /taɪˈbɪər i əs/ (Show IPA) 163–133 b.c., Roman reformers and orators.
[grak-ahy] /ˈgræk aɪ/ (Show IPA) the brothers Gracchus.
Tiberius Sempronius (taɪˈbɪərɪəs sɛmˈprəʊnɪəs). ?163–133 bc, and his younger brother, Gaius Sempronius (ˈɡaɪəs), 153–121 bc, known as the Gracchi. Roman tribunes and reformers. Tiberius attempted to redistribute public land among the poor but was murdered in the ensuing riot. Violence again occurred when the reform was revived by Gaius, and he too was killed
[greys-uh n-fey-ver] /ˈgreɪs ənˈfeɪ vər/ adjective 1. noting a residence owned by a noble or sovereign and bestowed by him or her upon some person for that person’s lifetime.
noun 1. (modifier) (Brit) (of a house, flat, etc) owned by the sovereign and granted free of rent to a person to whom the sovereign wishes to express gratitude
noun 1. a cup, as of wine, passed around at the end of the meal for the final health or toast. 2. the drink passed. noun 1. a cup, as of wine, passed around at the end of the meal for the final toast
[greys] /greɪs/ noun 1. elegance or beauty of form, manner, motion, or action: We watched her skate with effortless grace across the ice. Synonyms: attractiveness, charm, gracefulness, comeliness, ease, lissomeness, fluidity. Antonyms: stiffness, ugliness, awkwardness, clumsiness; klutziness. 2. a pleasing or attractive quality or endowment: He lacked the manly graces. 3. favor or goodwill. Synonyms: […]