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grognard

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the French grognard (old soldier).

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NounEdit

grognard (plural grognards)

  1. An old soldier.
  2. (games, slang) Someone who enjoys playing older war-games or roleplaying games, or older versions of such games, when newer ones are available.
    James is such a grognard, he only plays the original edition of Dungeons and Dragons.

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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From grogner (snarl, grunt, growl, grumble) +‎ -ard.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

grognard m (plural grognards)

  1. a grumbler; one who grumbles
  2. an old veteran soldier, specifically an old grenadier of the Imperial Guard (Grenadiers à pied de la Garde Impériale); an old complaining soldier

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