[greyn-jer] /ˈgreɪn dʒər/
Northwestern U.S. a farmer.
(initial capital letter) a member of the Granger Movement.
“farm steward, man in charge of a grange,” late 12c., also as a surname, from Old French grangier, from grange (see grange).
/ˈɡreɪndʒmaʊθ; -məθ/ noun 1. a port in Scotland, in Falkirk council area: now Scotland’s second port, with oil refineries, shipyards, and chemical industries. Pop: 17 771 (2001)
[greyn-juh-rahyz] /ˈgreɪn dʒəˌraɪz/ verb (used with object), grangerized, grangerizing. 1. to augment the illustrative content of (a book) by inserting additional prints, drawings, engravings, etc., not included in the original volume. 2. to mutilate (books) in order to get illustrative material for such a purpose. /ˈɡreɪndʒəˌraɪz/ verb (transitive) 1. to illustrate (a book) by inserting […]
noun, U.S. History. 1. 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