1. anger; wrath; scorn; bitterness; repugnance. 

2. sorrow; grief; misery. 

Etymology: from Middle English grame, gram, grome, from Old English grama, “rage, anger, trouble, devil, demon”, from Proto-Germanic *gramô, “anger”, *gramaz, “fiend, enemy”, from Proto-Indo-European *ghrem-, “to rub, grind, scrape”. Cognate with Middle Low German gram, “anger”, German Gram, “grief, sorrow”, Old Danish gram, “devil”, Icelandic gramir, gröm, “fiends, demons”. Related to grim

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