[grib-uh l] /ˈgrɪb əl/
a small, marine isopod crustacean of the genus Limnoria that destroys submerged timber by boring into it.
any small marine isopod crustacean of the genus Limnoria, which bores into and damages wharves and other submerged wooden structures
[grahys] /graɪs/ noun, Chiefly Scot. 1. a pig, especially a young or suckling pig. [grahys] /graɪs/ noun 1. H(erbert) Paul, 1913–88, English philosopher. /ˈɡraɪs/ verb 1. (intransitive) (of a railway enthusiast) to collect objects or visit places connected with trains and railways noun 2. an object collected or place visited by a railway enthusiast
/grik/ (WPI, first used by Tim Haven to describe “grick trigonometry”, a shortcut method of determing attack angles in grid-based games like Star Trek) Any integral increment of measurement. E.g. “Please turn the stereo up a few gricks”. (1995-01-31)
[grid] /grɪd/ noun 1. a grating of crossed bars; gridiron. 2. Electricity. 3. Electronics. an electrode in a vacuum tube, usually consisting of parallel wires, a coil of wire, or a screen, for controlling the flow of electrons between the other electrodes. 4. Surveying. a basic system of reference lines for a region, consisting of […]
[grahy-zuh n] /ˈgraɪ zən/ noun 1. a hydrothermally altered rock of granitic texture composed chiefly of quartz and mica, common in the tin mines of Europe. /ˈɡraɪzən/ noun 1. a light-coloured metamorphic rock consisting mainly of quartz, white mica, and topaz formed by the pneumatolysis of granite