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  • n. (Scots, Northern England) grandfather

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Examples

  • Concatenate the hope o 'granda by meremark on Friday, Apr 27, 2007 at 12: 13: 57 PM

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  • Much love FSJ, or as they say in Sudan: Beijinhos e Abraços para ti ó granda BOSS!

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  • Maybe it takes 'granda huevos' to not back down when the inevitable attacks come.

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  • I particularly want to know where my granda's mother went after she disappeared, coz as far as I know she left because she'd had an afair and had my granda out of wedlock and all that jazz, so she probably went on to marry and have a 'real' family and they're all my relatives.

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  • And then there's my granda who was raised by his aunt or something because his mother walked out on him when he was 3 weeks old and nobody knows her exact name or how old she was or where she came from or anything.

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  • Up until the age of 3 and a half when my granda died I have hundreds of memories, but after that it goes dark.

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  • I remember the day my granda died my gran just sat in his chair sucking on her necklace looking lost, and my sister sat at her feet crying all day, and I sat by the window all day trying to find his cloud in the sky.

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  • My auntie Joan, who I loved dearly and have loads of memories of, died when I was 2, my granda who hated children as a rule but had a special connection to me, died when I was 3.

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  • I've always liked bagpipes, probably because I was dragged along to ALL the highland games and shows in scotland when I was little, until my granda died and we didn't go to so many.

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  • _Li diris, ke se li estus tiel granda, kiel mi, li facile farus tion_, he said that if he were as tall as I, he would easily do that.

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