[Dutch khroh-tuh; English groht]
  1. Ger·hard [Dutch khey-rahrt; English gair-hahrt] /Dutch ˈxeɪ rɑrt; English ˈgɛər hɑrt/, Gerardus Magnus, 1340–84, Dutch religious reformer, educator, and author: founder of the order of Brethren of the Common Life.
Also Groot, Groete [Dutch khroo-tuh; English groht] /Dutch ˈxru tə; English groʊt/. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

Examples from the Web for groote

Historical Examples of groote

  • Groote Schuur is one of the best-known estates in the world.

    An African Adventure

    Isaac F. Marcosson

  • Leaving Jan in observation the two men made their way now in the direction of the Groote Markt.

    The Laughing Cavalier

    Baroness Orczy

  • The Groote Kerk, according to Bosch, "is not vort de see," so we don't see it.

  • "Save when he is hanging on a gibbet in the Groote Markt," broke in Maria viciously.

    The Laughing Cavalier

    Baroness Orczy

  • There is an ancient Groote Kerk, overlaid with colors that are rarely found outside of Holland.

    The Other Fellow

    F. Hopkinson Smith