[grif-ter] /ˈgrɪf tər/
a person who operates a side show at a circus, fair, etc., especially a gambling attraction.
a swindler, dishonest gambler, or the like.
“confidence trickster,” 1906, carnival and circus slang, probably an alteration of grafter (see graft (n.2); also cf. grift). Gradually extended to “any non-violent criminal.”
[grift] /grɪft/ Slang. noun 1. (sometimes used with a plural verb) a group of methods for obtaining money falsely through the use of swindles, frauds, dishonest gambling, etc. 2. money obtained from such practices. verb (used without object) 3. to profit by the use of grift: a man known to have grifted for many years. […]
[grig] /grɪg/ noun, Northern British Dialect. 1. a cricket or grasshopper. 2. a small or young eel. 3. a lively person. /ɡrɪɡ/ noun (dialect) 1. a lively person 2. a short-legged hen 3. a young eel
noun the small apples left on the tree by the picker Word Origin from grig ‘diminutive thing’
/ɡriˈdʒoːni/ noun 1. the Italian name for Graubünden