[gren-uh-deer] /ˌgrɛn əˈdɪər/
(in the British army) a member of the first regiment of household infantry (Grenadier Guards)
(formerly) a specially selected foot soldier in certain elite units.
(formerly) a soldier who threw .
Also called rat-tail, rat tail. any of several deep-sea fishes of the family Macrouridae, having an elongated, tapering tail.
Also called rat-tail. any deep-sea gadoid fish of the family Macrouridae, typically having a large head and trunk and a long tapering tail
any of various African weaverbirds of the genus Estrilda See waxbill
1670s, originally a word for soldiers “who were dexterous in flinging hand-granados” [Evelyn], from French grenadier (15c.), from Middle French grenade “grenade” (see grenade); later “the tallest and finest men in the regiment” [OED].
[gren-uh-dil-uh] /ˌgrɛn əˈdɪl ə/ noun 1. .
[gren-uh-deen, gren-uh-deen] /ˌgrɛn əˈdin, ˈgrɛn əˌdin/ noun 1. a thin fabric of leno weave in silk, nylon, rayon, or wool. [gren-uh-deen, gren-uh-deen] /ˌgrɛn əˈdin, ˈgrɛn əˌdin/ noun 1. a syrup made from pomegranate juice. /ˌɡrɛnəˈdiːn/ noun 1. a light thin leno-weave fabric of silk, wool, rayon, or nylon, used esp for dresses /ˌɡrɛnəˈdiːn; ˈɡrɛnəˌdiːn/ noun […]
[gren-uh-deenz, gren-uh-deenz] /ˌgrɛn əˈdinz, ˈgrɛn əˌdinz/ noun, (used with a plural verb) 1. a chain of about 600 islands in the E West Indies in the Windward Islands: a former British colony; now divided between Grenada and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. [gren-uh-deen, gren-uh-deen] /ˌgrɛn əˈdin, ˈgrɛn əˌdin/ noun 1. a thin fabric of leno […]
[gren-dl] /ˈgrɛn dl/ noun, English and Scandinavian Mythology. 1. the monster killed by Beowulf. /ˈɡrɛndəl/ noun 1. (in Old English legend) a man-eating monster defeated by the hero Beowulf