[groh-shee-uh s] /ˈgroʊ ʃi əs/
Hugo (Huig De Groot) 1583–1645, Dutch jurist and statesman.
Hugo, original name Huig de Groot. 1583–1645, Dutch jurist and statesman, whose De Jure Belli ac Pacis (1625) is regarded as the foundation of modern international law
[grot-n] /ˈgrɒt n/ noun 1. a city in SE Connecticut.
[grot-oh] /ˈgrɒt oʊ/ noun, plural grottoes, grottos. 1. a cave or cavern. 2. an artificial cavernlike recess or structure. /ˈɡrɒtəʊ/ noun (pl) -toes, -tos 1. a small cave, esp one with attractive features 2. a construction in the form of a cave, esp as in landscaped gardens during the 18th century n. 1610s, from Italian […]
[grot-ee] /ˈgrɒt i/ adjective, grottier, grottiest. Slang. 1. seedy; wretched; dirty. /ˈɡrɒtɪ/ adjective (Brit, slang) -tier, -tiest 1. unpleasant, nasty, or unattractive 2. of poor quality or in bad condition; unsatisfactory or useless n. slang shortening of grotesque, it had a brief vogue 1964 as part of the argot popularized by The Beatles in “A […]
[grouch] /graʊtʃ/ verb (used without object) 1. to be sulky or morose; show discontent; complain, especially in an irritable way. noun 2. a sulky, complaining, or morose person. 3. a sulky, irritable, or morose mood. /ɡraʊtʃ/ verb (intransitive) 1. to complain; grumble noun 2. a complaint, esp a persistent one 3. a person who is […]