Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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GROND, n. Also grand. “A little fellow, of a boy or of small fish” (Marw.). [grɔnd] Ork. 1929  Marw.:
Oh, we're just gotten twar-tree gronds.

[Norw. grand, an atom, the smallest particle.]

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