[Dutch khroh-tuh; English groht]
- 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/.
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Examples from the Web for 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 Groote Kerk, according to Bosch, "is not vort de see," so we don't see it.Puppets at Large
"Save when he is hanging on a gibbet in the Groote Markt," broke in Maria viciously.
There is an ancient Groote Kerk, overlaid with colors that are rarely found outside of Holland.The Other Fellow
F. Hopkinson Smith