noun, U.S. History.
a campaign for state control of railroads and grain elevators, especially in the north central states, carried on during the 1870s by members of the Patrons of Husbandry (the Grange) a farmers’ organization that had been formed for social and cultural purposes.
[grah-nee] /ˈgrɑ ni/ noun 1. (in the Volsunga Saga) the horse of Sigurd. 1. a combining form meaning “grain,” used in the formation of compound words: granivorous. combining form 1. indicating grain: graniform
[gruh-nahy-kuh s] /grəˈnaɪ kəs/ noun 1. a river in NW Turkey, flowing N to the Sea of Marmara: battle 334 b.c. 45 miles (70 km) long. /ɡrəˈnaɪkəs/ noun 1. an ancient river in NW Asia Minor where Alexander the Great won his first major battle against the Persians (334 bc)
[Swedish grah-neet] /Swedish grɑˈnit/ noun 1. Ragnar Arthur [Swedish rahng-nahr ahr-too r] /Swedish ˈrɑŋ nɑr ˈɑr tʊər/ (Show IPA), 1900–1991, Swedish physiologist, born in Finland: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1967. Granit Gra·nit (grä-nēt’), Ragnar Arthur. Born 1900. Finnish-born Swedish physiologist. He shared a 1967 Nobel Prize for research on the human eye.
[gruh-nee-tuh; Italian grah-nee-tah] /grəˈni tə; Italian grɑˈni tɑ/ noun, Italian Cookery. 1. frozen flavored ice. /ɡrəˈniːtə/ noun 1. a type of Italian dessert, similar to a sorbet