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gramercy

[ gruh-mur-see ]
/ grəˈmɜr si /
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interjection
Archaic. (used as an exclamation expressing surprise or sudden strong feeling.)
noun
Obsolete. thanks.
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Origin of gramercy

1300–50; Middle English gramerci, grantmerci<Old French grand merci great thanks. See grand, mercy
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British Dictionary definitions for gramercy

gramercy
/ (ɡrəˈmɜːsɪ) /

interjection archaic
many thanks
an expression of surprise, wonder, etc

Word Origin for gramercy

C13: from Old French grand merci great thanks
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