[gruh-nahy-kuh s] /grəˈnaɪ kəs/
a river in NW Turkey, flowing N to the Sea of Marmara: battle 334 b.c. 45 miles (70 km) long.
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
[gran-it] /ˈgræn ɪt/ noun 1. a coarse-grained igneous rock composed chiefly of orthoclase and albite feldspars and of quartz, usually with lesser amounts of one or more other minerals, as mica, hornblende, or augite. 2. anything compared to this rock in great hardness, firmness, or durability. [gran-i-tey, grah-ni-; French gra-nee-tey] /ˌgræn ɪˈteɪ, ˌgrɑ nɪ-; French […]
noun 1. paper containing fibers of various colors that give it a granitelike appearance.