MEANING: noun: Occult learning; magic.

ETYMOLOGY: From Old French gramaire (grammar, book of magic), from Greek gramma (letter). Ultimately from the Indo-European root gerbh- (to scratch), which also gave us crab, crayfish, carve, crawl, grammar, program, graphite, glamor, anagram, paraph, and graffiti. Earliest documented use: 1320.


GRAMAREYE - what it takes to be a good editor and proofreader

GRAMPARYE - the ancestor of all blended whiskey

GAMARYE - a very short, high-energy wave studied by Australian physicists