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Graf1

[graf, grahf] /græf, grɑf/
noun
1.
Stephanie Maria ("Steffi") born 1969, German tennis player.

Graf2

[grahf] /grɑf/
noun, plural Grafen
[grah-fuh n] /ˈgrɑ fən/ (Show IPA).
German.
1.
a count: a title of nobility in Germany, Austria, and Sweden, equivalent in rank to an English earl.
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  • She handed some pieces of paper to Graf Bruno, who looked at them.

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  • Surely the present Graf has not collected all these instruments!

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  • “Come here,” said the Graf, seating himself and drawing the boy to him.

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  • It's all well, however, as long as Graf Hunyadi does not hear of it.

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  • Scheidemann had sold the revolution for a kiss from Graf Rantzau.

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British Dictionary definitions for Graf

Graf1

/ɡræf/
noun
1.
Steffi. born 1969, German tennis player: won 22 Grand Slam singles titles (1987–99), including seven at Wimbledon; won (1988) a unique 'golden slam' of each Grand Slam singles title and a gold medal in the women's singles at the Olympics

Graf2

/ɡraːf/
noun (pl) Grafen (ˈɡraːfən)
1.
a German count: often used as a title
Word Origin
German, from Old High German grāvo
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