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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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Tenders are invited for construction of gramp panchayat building at appajipally village of kulcharam mandal of narsapur assembly constituency in medak district
We are looking to further reduce our carbon footprint and enhance our environmental stewardship by developing ASTM WK35985," said Gary D, Gramp, Textile Rental Services Association, and chairman of the task group developing ASTM WK35985.
A gift of pounds 20 comes 'with proud memories of a great dad and gramp Bert Johnson.
Gramp was a pushover for a pretty face, especially in the plain Daley family, and allowed himself to be led through the half-bare living room into his very own bathroom.
Crusaders were still reeling when Glenavon hit them with a second, striker Tony Gramp racing clear to send a shot thudding off the bar.
Tenders are invited for construction of gramp panchayat building at siripura village of hathnoora mandal of narsapur assembly constituency in medak district
And then I remembered Cardiff City and I said to him: "Cardiff lost again, gramp.
Dad and mam, nan and gramp and brothers, Porthcawl.
Love from Mum, Dad, Christopher, Taylor, Nan and Gramp.
He was helped by his nephew Christian McCauley who had tried to stop McCauley senior's knife attack telling him 'no gramp no gramp'.
As McCauley senior, of St Andrew's Road, Barry, carried out the knife attack, Anthony's nephew Christian tried to stop him, telling him 'no gramp, no gramp.