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graham

[ grey-uhm, gram ]
/ ˈgreɪ əm, græm /
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adjective

made of graham flour.

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Origin of graham

First recorded in 1825–35

Definition for graham (2 of 2)

Graham
[ grey-uhm, gram ]
/ ˈgreɪ əm, græm /

noun

Katharine Meyer, 1917–2001, U.S. newspaper publisher.
Martha, 1894–1991, U.S. dancer and choreographer.
Thomas, 1805–69, Scottish chemist.
William Franklin "Billy", 1918–2018, U.S. evangelist.
a male given name: from an Old English word meaning “gray home.”
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British Dictionary definitions for graham (1 of 2)

graham
/ (ˈɡreɪəm) /

noun

(modifier) mainly US and Canadian made of graham flourgraham crackers

Word Origin for graham

C19: named after S. Graham (1794–1851), American dietetic reformer

British Dictionary definitions for graham (2 of 2)

Graham
/ (ˈɡreɪəm) /

noun

Martha. 1893–1991, US dancer and choreographer
Thomas. 1805–69, British physicist: proposed Graham's law (1831) of gaseous diffusion and coined the terms osmosis, crystalloids, and colloids
William Franklin, known as Billy Graham. born 1918, US evangelist
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