variant of .
also Greco-, modern word-forming element, from Latin Graecus “Greek” (see Greek).
[gree-koh-roh-muh n, grek-oh-] /ˌgri koʊˈroʊ mən, ˌgrɛk oʊ-/ adjective, noun, Chiefly British. 1. . [gree-koh-roh-muh n, grek-oh-] /ˌgri koʊˈroʊ mən, ˌgrɛk oʊ-/ adjective 1. of or having both Greek and Roman characteristics: the Greco-Roman influence. 2. pertaining to or designating a style of the fine arts developed in Rome or the Roman Empire from the […]
[gref-uh, graf-uh] /ˈgrɛf ə, ˈgræf ə/ noun, Mathematics. 1. a method, involving the squaring of roots, for approximating the solutions to algebraic equations.
[graf, grahf] /græf, grɑf/ noun 1. Stephanie Maria (“Steffi”) born 1969, German tennis player. [grahf] /grɑf/ noun, plural Grafen [grah-fuh n] /ˈgrɑ fən/ (Show IPA). German. 1. a count: a title of nobility in Germany, Austria, and Sweden, equivalent in rank to an English earl. /ɡræf/ noun 1. Steffi. born 1969, German tennis player: won […]
[graf-uh n-burg, gref-] /ˈgræf ənˌbɜrg, ˈgrɛf-/ noun 1. a patch of tissue in the front wall of the vagina, claimed to be erectile and highly erogenous.