[griz-ee-oh-foo l-vin, -fuhl-, gris-] /ˌgrɪz i oʊˈfʊl vɪn, -ˈfʌl-, ˌgrɪs-/
an antibiotic, C 17 H 17 ClO 6 , obtained from a species of Penicillium, used in the treatment of ringworm and other fungous infections of the skin.
an antibiotic used to treat fungal infections
griseofulvin gris·e·o·ful·vin (grĭz’ē-ə-fŭl’vĭn)
An antibiotic administered orally for the treatment of ringworm and other fungal infections of the skin, hair, and nails.
[gris-ee-uh s, griz-] /ˈgrɪs i əs, ˈgrɪz-/ adjective 1. gray; pearl-gray. /ˈɡrɪsɪəs; ˈɡrɪz-/ adjective 1. streaked or mixed with grey; somewhat grey
[gri-zet] /grɪˈzɛt/ noun 1. a young French workingwoman. /ɡrɪˈzɛt/ noun 1. (esp formerly) a French working-class girl, esp a pretty or flirtatious one 2. an edible toadstool of the genus Amanita of broad-leaved and birch woods
[gree-gree] /ˈgri gri/ noun, plural gris-gris [gree-greez] /ˈgri griz/ (Show IPA) 1. . [gree-gree] /ˈgri gri/ noun, plural grigris. 1. an African charm, amulet, or fetish. /ˈɡriːɡriː/ noun (pl) -gris (-ɡriːz) 1. a variant spelling of grigri /ˈɡriːɡriː/ noun (pl) -gris (-ɡriːz), -grees 1. an African talisman, amulet, or charm
/ˈɡrɪʃəm/ noun 1. John. born 1955, US novelist and lawyer; his legal thrillers, many of which have been filmed, include A Time to Kill (1989), The Pelican Brief (1992), and The Summons (2002)