- grampian mountains,
- grampian region,
- grampians, the,
- gramsci, antonio,
- gran canaria
Origin of gramps
Examples from the Web for gramp
"That is a little different from what they used to tell me when I was a boy," Gramp remarked.
Breakfast over, after a parting glance at the newspaper, Gramp came out to give directions for the sheep-washing.
But I had just witnessed what befell Gramp from smiling, and was afraid to risk it.
The hired men scolded about it, and Gramp himself, who had a farmer's natural aversion to wood-chucks, fretted over it.
Gramp turned half around on the wagon seat and looked at me in astonishment for an instant; he then burst out in a hearty laugh.
1898, colloquial or dialectal shortening of grandpa.