- Joseph,1779–1837, English actor, mime, and clown.
- a walled plain in the third quadrant of the face of the moon: about 120 miles (195 km) in diameter.
Examples from the Web for grimaldi
Contemporary Examples of grimaldi
“Grimaldi was pantomime,” writes Andrew McConnell Scott in his biography, The Pantomime Life of Joseph Grimaldi.The Best of Brit Lit
February 24, 2010
Historical Examples of grimaldi
Did Grimaldi, in his best days, ever do anything in this way equal to Da Costa?The Mudfog and Other Sketches
I went home angry with Grimaldi, Rinaldi, and everyone else.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
Grimaldi says that he could not find two capitals or two bases alike.Pagan and Christian Rome
Of this an instance may be found in Grimaldi's Origines Genealogic, pp. 22, 23.
Grimaldi calls for notice as the darkest object of its size in the moon.The Story of the Heavens
Robert Stawell Ball
- a large crater in the SE quadrant of the moon, about 190 km in diameter, which is conspicuous because of its dark floor
Word Origin for Grimaldi
- Joseph. 1779–1837, English actor, noted as a clown in pantomime