From Old English Granta, Grantebrycge, the former name of the modern Cambridge, ultimately from a Celtic word for "crooked," Proto-Celtic *kambos, from late Proto-Indo-European *(s)kambo- (“crooked”), shared with Ancient Greek σκαμβός (skambós).
- A river in Cambridgeshire, England, which passes through Cambridge and joins the Great Ouse.
- A village in Gloucestershire, England.
- Ranko Matasović - Toward a relative chronology of the earliest Baltic and Slavic sound changes, University of Zagreb, 2005
- Bowman, Wrigley (1922): Geographical Review, Volume 12
- A surname, from Hakka.
- Ham (son of Noah)