gramps


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gramp

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

[Short for grampa.]

gramps

(ɡræmps) or

gramp

n
a grandfather
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gramps - the father of your father or mothergramps - the father of your father or mother
grandparent - a parent of your father or mother
Translations

gramps

n (US inf) → Opa m (inf), → Opapa m (inf)
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I know Brynja has tried to turn a negative into a positive by fundraising for gramps and she is doing the same for Donald.
Gramps has something in his eye he needs to take care of.
I have spent a lot of time listening to Gramps over the years, and have always thought it would be amazing to record his words for posterity and for him to leave some kind legacy for future family generations.
Gramps drags Matt down to the river, drowns him, and all too willingly becomes the Kanima's master instead of killing it like everyone he knows thought he surely would.
No Depression, in reporting on a Stampfel collaboration with an Oregon Country Fair favorite, writes, "few folk musicians are more deranged than Peter Stampfel and Baby Gramps.
No sooner will gramps turn his back and take the players on a long away trip to Arsenal or Chelsea, than he'll come back sooner than expected and find Whelan jnr has invited all his mates round to the DW Stadium and is holding a massive rave on the pitch.
Gramps loves hard chargers and thinks aggressiveness is one of the basic traits that make naval aviators a breed apart.
Gramps was on foot patrol when he happened upon three thieves robbing a fur store.
Yeah, they called me Gramps, but, you know, to be part of the 18 selected from the 55 who actually made training camp, I couldn't be more pleased.
A devoted husband of Joan and the late Margaret, much l o v e d dad o f Stephen and Darren, a sadly missed step-dad, a devoted gramps and great -grandad.
That's where my gramps taught me how to fish and then cook the catch to perfection.