Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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GRANZIE, n. Also graunzie, granse. A granary, a barn (Rxb. (Yetholm) 1840 W. Baird Mem. J. Baird (1862) 77, granse, Gall. 1907 A. McCormick Tinkler-Gypsies, App. x., xiv.). Gipsy. Sc. 1916 M. & J. Findlater Seen and Heard 44:
Syne they pit him intil a granzie.

[Appar. a deformation of grange.]

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