See also: great and gréât

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Etymology

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From Middle English gret- (great-), from gret (great). More at great.

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great-

  1. With familial designations, used to denote a removal of one generation
    great-uncle (an uncle of one's mother or father)
    great-grandfather (the father of one's grandfather)
    great-great-grandfather (a grandfather of one's grandfather)
    great-great-great-grandfather, etc.
    (informal) fourth-great-granduncle, etc. (same as great-great-great-great-granduncle)
    (informal) fourth-great-grandfather, etc. (same as great-great-great-great-grandfather)

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