grum

  • 1grum — grum; grum·bler; grum·bling·ly; grum·ly; grum·ble; grum·met; fo·grum; grum·ness; …

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  • 2Grum — (* 1986 in Edinburgh) ist der Künstlername von Graeme Shepherd, einem Electro Musiker aus Großbritannien. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Karriere 2 Diskografie 3 Weblinks 4 …

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  • 3Grum — (gr[u^]m), a. [Cf. Dan. grum furious, Sw. grym, AS. gram, and E. grim, and grumble. [root]35.] 1. Morose; severe of countenance; sour; surly; glum; grim. Nick looked sour and grum. Arbuthnof. [1913 Webster] 2. Low; deep in the throat; guttural;… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4grum — grum̃ interj. gremžt: Šuva kaulus grum̃ grum̃ ėda Vlk …

    Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • 5grum — [grum] adj. grummer, grummest [< ? GR(IM) + (GL)UM] Now Rare gloomy or glum …

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  • 6grum — Mot Monosíl·lab Nom masculí …

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  • 7grum — (grúmuri), s.n. – Grămadă, stivă, teanc. lat. grumus movilă . Este un cuvînt care, în rom., apare numai în dicţionarele vechi (Cihac; Miklosich, Slaw. Elem., 18; Meyer, Neugr. St., IV, 20; Damé), dar pe care nu l cuprind nici DAR nici vreun… …

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  • 8grum — grȗm m DEFINICIJA reg. 1. onaj koji obavlja kućne i druge poslove; momak, sluga 2. onaj koji u staji brine za konje, onaj koji timari konje; konjušar 3. livrirani poslužitelj u gospodskim kućama, hotelima i sl. ETIMOLOGIJA engl. groom …

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  • 9grum — adj., t, me (grusom) …

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  • 10grum — tudi groom a [grúm] m (ȗ) v angleškem okolju služabnik, ki skrbi za konja in spremlja gospodarja pri jahanju: pred teraso sta poskakala s konj jezdec in njegov grum …

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  • 11grum — grumly, adv. grumness, n. /grum/, adj., grummer, grummest. (of a person s appearance) grim; glum; surly. [1630 40; prob. b. GRIM and GLUM] * * * …

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  • 12grum — adjective /ɡɹʌm/ Morose, stern, surly. She cast a speculative look upon her husband, silent and grum as if he had been thus gruffly carved out of wood. Syn: glum, grim, sour …

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  • 13grum — gum found on the ground That guy just ate grum! Nasty! …

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  • 14grum — gum found on the ground That guy just ate grum! Nasty! …

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  • 15grum — grun m. grain; grumeau; morceau sucre, sable. Lei gents dau gròs grum : les notables, le gratin, les « VIP » …

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  • 16grum — Synonyms and related words: beetle browed, black, black browed, brooding, broody, chapfallen, crestfallen, dark, dejected, dour, dumpish, frowning, glowering, glum, grim, long faced, lowering, melancholy, moodish, moody, mopey, moping, mopish,… …

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  • 17Grum(me)t — (aus mittelhochdeutsch gruonmât = grüne Mahd) heißt der zweite Grasschnitt, der nach der ersten Mahd, der eigentlichen Heuernte, eingebracht wird. Beim ersten Schnitt werden blühende Gräser, also bunte Wiesen, gemäht. Da die Gräser wohl… …

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  • 18grum — «a (L). A little heapgryll, *us (L). A cricket …

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  • 19grum — a. 1. Sour, surly, morose, sullen, crabbed, grumpy, glum (Colloq.), grouty (colloq.). 2. Guttural, rumbling, deep in the throat …

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  • 20grum — …

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