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gramma

See also: Gramma and -gramma

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NounEdit

gramma (plural grammas)

  1. (Australia) A variety of pumpkin, a cultivar of Cucurbita moschata.
    Traditionally Cucurbita maxima and Cucurbita moschata have been placed into two groups - pumpkins and grammas respectively.
    • 1941, H. Barnes, Robert Veitch, Queensland Department of Agriculture and Stock, John Howard Simmonds, The Queensland Agricultural and Pastoral Handbook, Volume 1, page 238,
      Pumpkins and grammas are harvested when mature, usually when the vines have died or been frosted.
    • 1952, Desmond Andrew Herbert, Gardening in Warm Climates, page 151,
      The papaw pumpkin belongs to a different species (C. moschata) and is classed as a gramma.
    • 1983, Margaret Fulton, Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery: The Complete Kitchen Companion from A to Z, Revised 2005, Republished 2009, page 493,
      Gramma, or bugle, pumpkin is the variety traditionally used for pumpkin pie, but if it is not available, use butternut instead.
  2. (informal) grandmother

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FinnishEdit

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gramma

  1. gram

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ItalianEdit

NounEdit

gramma m (plural grammi)

  1. gram (Variant of: grammo)

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gramma n (genitive grammatis); third declension

  1. gramme (unit of mass)

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Third declension neuter.

Number Singular Plural
nominative gramma grammata
genitive grammatis grammatum
dative grammatī grammatibus
accusative gramma grammata
ablative grammate grammatibus
vocative gramma grammata