[groh-ing-ek-wi-tee] /ˈgroʊ ɪŋˈɛk wɪ ti/
a type of mortgage under which the interest rate is fixed but monthly payments increase annually to include more of the principal, so that the mortgage can be paid off in about half the conventional term.
[groh-ing] /ˈgroʊ ɪŋ/ adjective 1. becoming greater in quantity, size, extent, or intensity: growing discontent among industrial workers. 2. having or showing life. adj. Old English, present participle adjective from grow (v.). Growing season is attested from 1729; growing pains by 1752. n. late 14c., verbal noun from grow (v.).
plural noun 1. dull, quasi-rheumatic pains of varying degree in the limbs during childhood and adolescence, often popularly associated with the process of growing. 2. emotional difficulties experienced during adolescence and preadulthood. 3. difficulties attending any new project or any rapid development of an existing project: a city plagued with growing pains. plural noun 1. […]
noun, Botany. 1. the undifferentiated end of a root, shoot, or vegetative axis consisting of a single cell or group of cells that divide to form primary meristematic tissue.
[groul] /graʊl/ verb (used without object) 1. to utter a deep guttural sound of anger or hostility: The dog growled at the mail carrier. 2. to murmur or complain angrily; grumble. 3. to rumble: The thunder growled. 4. Jazz. to use flutter-tonguing in playing a wind instrument. verb (used with object) 5. to express by […]