a manual of magic or witchcraft used by witches and sorcerers.
a textbook of sorcery and magic
magician’s manual for invoking demons, 1849, from French grimoire, altered from grammaire “grammar” (see grammar). Cf. glamor.
noun 1. the personification of death as a man or cloaked skeleton holding a scythe. A figure commonly used to represent death. The Grim Reaper is a skeleton or solemn-looking man carrying a scythe, who cuts off people’s lives as though he were harvesting grain.
[grimz-bee] /ˈgrɪmz bi/ noun 1. a seaport in Humberside county, in E England at the mouth of the Humber estuary. 2. a town in SE Ontario, in S Canada, on the SW shore of Lake Ontario. /ˈɡrɪmzbɪ/ noun 1. a port in E England, in North East Lincolnshire unitary authority, Lincolnshire, formerly important for fishing. […]
[grim-zuh l] /ˈgrɪm zəl/ noun 1. an Alpine pass in S Switzerland. 7159 feet (2184 meters) high.
[grahy-mee] /ˈgraɪ mi/ adjective, grimier, grimiest. 1. covered with ; dirty: I shook his grimy hand. adj. 1610s, from grime + -y (2). “App[arently] not in literary use during the 18th c.” [OED]. Related: Griminess.