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 Granë (1 syl.).Grangerise. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Grange.
 
Properly the granum (granary) or farm of a monastery, where the corn was kept in store. In Lincolnshire and other northern counties any lone farm is so called.   1
   Mariana, of the Moated Grange, is the title of a poem by Tennyson, suggested by the character of Mariana in Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure.   2
   Houses attached to monasteries where rent was paid in grain were also called granges.   3
       
“Till thou return, the Court I will exchange
For some poor cottage, or some country grange.”
       
Drayton: Lady Geraldine to Earl of Surrey.
 


 Granë (1 syl.).Grangerise. 

 
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