from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A grandmother.
- n. Variant of grama.
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- n. A variety of pumpkin, a cultivar of Cucurbita moschata.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A pasture grass of the plains of South America and western North America; same as grama grass, which see.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of very small bass-like fishes, with the lateral line broken, belonging to the family Serranidæ: found in the coast waters of Cuba. G. loreto is the known species.
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- n. pasture grass of plains of South America and western North America
Had to call gramma to see if she had everything he need to do this all over again at her house.
The media has found out that the upstairs kids called their gramma, "mamma".
wv..gramest..is when your gramma is the best she's the gramest gramma there is.
And, from what they said -- I still have yet to visit those particular sites -- I was portrayed as this angry bitter jealous "gramma" starved for publicity.
a turf of grass of the varieties known as gramma, buffalo, and mezquite; and sometimes the traveller encounters a region where shallow ponds of different sizes stud the plain -- a few being permanent, and surrounded by sedge.
Here we rested, and our tired animals fully appreciated the cool water and the luxuriant "gramma" grass which abounded.
My gramma was a woman who’s life could have filled many lifteimes of an ordinary person, but Mary was rather extraordinary.
The buffalo grass is not to be confounded with, another celebrated grass of the Texan and North Mexican prairies, the "gramma" of the Spaniards.
The plains covered with the short "buffalo-grass" (_sesleria dactyloides_), and the sward of various species of "gramma" (_chondrosium_), rarely take fire; or if they do, horse, man, buffalo, or antelope, can easily escape by leaping across the blaze.
"gramma"; one in particular, the _Chondrosium foeneum_, as a food for horses, is but little inferior to oats.