[grey-nuh-ree, gran-uh-] /ˈgreɪ nə ri, ˈgræn ə-/
noun, plural granaries.
a storehouse or repository for grain, especially after it has been threshed or husked.
a region that produces great quantities of grain.
/ˈɡrænərɪ; US ˈɡreɪnərɪ/
noun (pl) -ries
a building or store room for storing threshed grain, farm feed, etc
a region that produces a large amount of grain
trademark (of bread, flour, etc) containing malted wheat grain
1560s, from Latin granaria “granary, store house for corn,” from granum “grain” (see corn (n.1)).
- Granary flour
noun a trademarked name for a kind of malted or cracked brown or wholemeal wheat grain; also written granary flour Examples Granary bread is made with Granary flour. Usage Note cooking noun See Granary flour
noun 1. a reddish-brown weevil, Sitophilus granarius, that infests stored grain.
[gran-bee] /ˈgræn bi/ noun 1. a city in S Quebec, in E Canada.
[grahn kah-nah-ryah] /ˈgrɑn kɑˈnɑ ryɑ/ noun 1. one of the Canary Islands, in the central part. 650 sq. mi. (1685 sq. km). Capital: Las Palmas. /ɡraŋ kaˈnarja/ noun 1. the Spanish name for Grand Canary