[gran-vil] /ˈgræn vɪl/
Earl of, .
a male given name.
1st Earl, title of John Carteret. 1690–1763, British statesman: secretary of state (1742–44); a leading opponent of Walpole
2nd Earl, title of Granville George Leveson-Gower. 1815–91, British Liberal politician: Gladstone’s foreign secretary (1870–74; 1880–85) and a supporter of Irish Home Rule
[gran-vil-bahr-ker] /ˈgræn vɪlˈbɑr kər/ noun 1. Harley, 1877–1946, English dramatist, actor, and critic. /ˈɡrænvɪlˈbɑːkə/ noun 1. Harley. 1877–1946, English dramatist, theatre director, and critic, noted particularly for his Prefaces to Shakespeare (1927–47)
[greyp] /greɪp/ noun 1. the edible, pulpy, smooth-skinned berry or fruit that grows in clusters on vines of the genus Vitis, and from which wine is made. 2. any vine bearing this fruit. 3. a dull, dark, purplish-red color. 4. grapes, (used with a singular verb) Veterinary Pathology. 5. . 6. the grape, . /ɡreɪp/ […]
noun 1. the plant family Vitaceae, characterized by woody climbing vines with tendrils, having alternate, simple or compound leaves, and bearing clusters of small flowers and berries, and including Boston ivy, grape, grape ivy, and Virginia creeper.
noun 1. any of several ferns of the genus Botrychium, comprising several species having grapelike clusters of sporangia.