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gramp

 (grămp) or gramps (grămps)
n. Informal
A grandfather.

[Short for grampa.]

gramp

(ɡræmp)
n
another word for gramps
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of alternatives drawn from additional sources than those offered by such traditional endearments as Grampy and Granny, Grandpapa and Nannie.
Jac, who works part-time in a pub kitchen, said: "My Grampy went to a Bevin Boys reunion and the people who are making the Coal House programme asked him if he had any relatives who would want to take part in it.
Characters from the first book are here: her friend Joey, who believes Ingrid's story of being kidnapped; the police chief, Joey's father, who wants to believe her but doubts the evidence; Grampy, her fierce protector.
I say I know what he means because I have little kids now, and already I have thought that there are some things I have to tell them to make sure they don't get lost, primarily for example about my dad, who they didn't really know except as Grampy, who could be remote as a mountain to them sometimes, to tell you the truth.
My Grampy Can't Walk WRITTEN BY VANITA OELSCHLAGER, ILLUSTRATED BY ROBIN HEGAN AND KRISTIN BLACKWOOD
has authored and published Sick Bay, a heartwarming story of grammy, grampy, and their grandson who has chicken pox and how he is loved no matter what.
Granny said she'd put our name forward to stop Grampy going on about how good things were during the Second World War.
Carmen even tries to get her mystic medicine man Grampy (Alfonso Arau, the director of ``Like Water for Chocolate'') to help straighten her new pal's psyche out.
Gifts of pounds 5 come from Mary Harris, 'treasured memories of Horace Rhoden, a dear friend who is sadly missed'; 'in memory of a dear husband, dad and grampy, Gordon Steward, March 13, 1988.
PERRY Ritchie Peacefully at the UHW on Oct 24, 2015, Ritchie, aged 90, of Ninian Park Rd, Cardiff; loving husband of Doreen, much loved father of Alan, Ronnie, Diane, Carole, Suzie, David, Angela, Lesley, Geoffrey, Julie, Vicky and the late Martin and Phillip, a much loved Grampy, Great-Grampy and GreatGreat-Grampy.
Haydden enjoyed watching the Patriots with his Grampy.
In hospital on 5th November 2009, Ian, aged 81 years, beloved husband to Elaine, father to Ingrid and Dagmar, father in law to Henry and Joe, step father to Helen and David and much loved grampy to his many grandchildren.