[grou-byn-duh n] /ˌgraʊˈbün dən/
German name of .
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
[grou-puh l] /ˈgraʊ pəl/ noun 1. . /ˈɡraʊpəl/ noun 1. soft hail or snow pellets graupel (grou’pəl) A small, white ice particle that falls as precipitation and breaks apart easily when it lands on a surface. Also called snow pellet, soft hail.
[grou-stahrk, graw-] /ˈgraʊ stɑrk, ˈgrɔ-/ noun 1. a novel (1901) by George Barr McCutcheon about the romantic and melodramatic adventures of military and courtly figures in the fictional kingdom of Graustark.