Origin of grille
Definition for grille (2 of 2)
Origin of grillé
Examples from the Web for grille
Friends make dinner reservations at the Oyster Bar and Grille in Oak Bluffs.
Unfortunately also, it is not very difficult to remove the gum, imitate the grille or not and regum the stamp with brownish gum.History of the Postage Stamps of the United States of America|John Kerr Tiffany
Lescarbot's thin keen face with the bald forehead and humorous eyes appeared now at the grille in the green door.Days of the Discoverers|L. Lamprey
It was once surrounded by buildings on all sides; one was removed in 1810, and replaced by a grille.
British Dictionary definitions for grille
Word Origin for grille
Word Origin and History for grille
"ornamental grating," 1660s, from French grille (fem.) "grating," from Old French greille "gridiron," from Latin craticula "gridiron" (see grill). "The distinction in French between grille and grill ... appears to date from about the 16th c." [OED].