Grandsire



[grand-sahyuh r] /ˈgrændˌsaɪər/

noun
1.
a grandfather.
2.
Archaic.

/ˈɡrænˌsaɪə; ˈɡrænd-/
noun
1.
an archaic word for grandfather
/ˈɡrændsə; -ˌsaɪə/
noun
1.
(bell-ringing) a well-established method used in change-ringing See method (sense 4)
n.

late 13c., from Anglo-French graunt sire; see grand (adj.) + sire (n.).

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