[gri-mahl-dee, -mawl-] /grɪˈmɑl di, -ˈmɔl-/
Joseph, 1779–1837, English actor, mime, and clown.
a walled plain in the third quadrant of the face of the moon: about 120 miles (195 km) in diameter.
a large crater in the SE quadrant of the moon, about 190 km in diameter, which is conspicuous because of its dark floor
Joseph. 1779–1837, English actor, noted as a clown in pantomime
[gri-mahl-dee-uh n, -mawl-] /grɪˈmɑl di ən, -ˈmɔl-/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of an Upper Paleolithic cultural epoch in northwestern Italy.
- Grimaldi man
noun 1. (anthropol) a type of Aurignacian man having a negroid appearance, thought to be a race of Cro-Magnon man
[gri-mal-kin, -mawl-] /grɪˈmæl kɪn, -ˈmɔl-/ noun 1. a cat. 2. an old female cat. 3. an ill-tempered old woman. /ɡrɪˈmælkɪn; -ˈmɔːl-/ noun 1. an old cat, esp an old female cat 2. a crotchety or shrewish old woman n. 1620s, name given to a cat (cf. Shakespeare’s Gray-Malkin, in “Macbeth,” 1605), hence any cat, especially […]
- Grim dig
noun 1. (NZ, informal, obsolete) an obdurate soldier