Gruber Gru·ber (grü’bər), Max von. 1853-1927.
Austrian bacteriologist noted for his work in serum diagnosis, including the discovery (1896) of the specific agglutination of bacteria by the blood serum of immunized animals.
noun 1. a heavy hoe for digging up roots, stumps, etc. noun 1. a heavy hoe for grubbing up roots Also called grubber
noun A meal (1863+ Cowboys)
[gruhb] /grʌb/ noun 1. the thick-bodied, sluggish larva of several insects, as of a scarab beetle. 2. a dull, plodding person; drudge. 3. an unkempt person. 4. Slang. food; victuals. 5. any remaining roots or stumps after cutting vegetation to clear land for farming. verb (used with object), grubbed, grubbing. 6. to dig; clear of […]
noun 1. a handsaw for cutting stone.