Groot



[Dutch khroht; English groht] /Dutch xroʊt; English groʊt/

noun
1.
Huig
[Dutch hoikh] /Dutch hɔɪx/ (Show IPA), de
[duh] /də/ (Show IPA), or van
[vahn] /vɑn/ (Show IPA), .
2.
Gerhard, .

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