[grach-uh-ley-shuh n] /ˌgrætʃ əˈleɪ ʃən/
a feeling of joy.
the expression of joy.
late 15c., gratulacyon “expression of thanks,” from Latin gratulationem (nominative gratulatio) “a manifestation of joy, wishing joy, rejoicing,” from past participle stem of gratulari “give thanks, show joy,” from gratus “agreeable” (see grace).
/grawlt/ Yet another metasyntactic variable, invented by Mike Gallaher and propagated by the GOSMACS documentation. See corge. [Jargon File]
[grou-byn-duh n] /ˌgraʊˈbün dən/ noun 1. German name of . /German ɡrauˈbyndən/ noun 1. an Alpine canton of E Switzerland: the largest of the cantons, but sparsely populated. Capital: Chur. Pop: 186 100 (2002 est). Area: 7109 sq km (2773 sq miles) Italian name Grigioni Romansch name Grishun French name Grisons
verb To worry; fret: All a bookmaker graums about is they don’t drop an atom bomb [1950s+; perhaps fr Middle English gramen, ”be afflicted or tormented,” fr Old English]
/ɡrɔːntʃ/ verb 1. (transitive) (NZ) to crush or destroy 2. (South African) to kiss and cuddle (someone) passionately