- (in the Volsunga Saga) the horse of Sigurd.
- a combining form meaning “grain,” used in the formation of compound words: granivorous.
Origin of grani-
< Latin, combining form of grānum; akin to corn1
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Examples from the Web for grani
He left the smithy angrily and called to Grani, his proud horse.
Grani, whom thou hast got, is of the breed of Sleipner, the horse of Odin.
He mounted Grani, his proud horse, and rode toward the forest.
Only with Sigurd on his back would Grani go through the flame.
Then Sigurd heard Grani, his horse, neigh for him again and again.
- indicating graingraniform
from Latin, from grānum grain
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