[groh-lee-er; French graw-lyey] /ˈgroʊ li ər; French grɔˈlyeɪ/
pertaining to a decorative design (Grolier design) in bookbinding, consisting of bands interlaced in geometric forms.
/ˈɡrəʊlɪə; French ɡrɔlje/
relating to or denoting a decorative style of bookbinding using interlaced leather straps, gilded ornamental scrolls, etc
- Grolier de servieres
[graw-lyey duh ser-vyer] /grɔ lyeɪ də sɛrˈvyɛr/ noun 1. Jean [zhahn] /ʒɑ̃/ (Show IPA), 1479–1565, French bibliophile.
[groh-muh] /ˈgroʊ mə/ noun, (in ancient Roman surveying) 1. an instrument having a cruciform wooden frame with a plumb line at the end of each arm, used for laying out lines at right angles to existing lines.
[grom-it] /ˈgrɒm ɪt/ noun 1. Machinery. 2. Nautical. 3. a washer or packing for sealing joints between sections of pipe. 4. Military. a stiff ring of rubber or metal inside the top of a service cap, designed to keep the top of the cap stretched flat. 5. a metal-bound eyelet in cloth, sometimes used decoratively, […]