Definition of Grandmotherly. Meaning of Grandmotherly. Synonyms of Grandmotherly

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Definition of Grandmotherly

Grandmotherly
Grandmotherly Grand"moth"er*ly, a. Like a grandmother in age or manner; kind; indulgent.

Meaning of Grandmotherly from wikipedia

- The Grandmother (Czech: Babička) is a novella written by Czech writer Božena Němcová in 1855. It is her most po****r work and is regarded as a classic...
- numbers for numbering greats, for example, great-great-great-grandmother becomes 3×-great-grandmother. Individuals who share the same great-grandparents but...
- The sobriquet grandmother of Europe has been given to various women, primarily female sovereigns who are the ascendant of many members of European nobility...
- The Grandmother is an analog semi modular, 32 key synthesizer released by Moog Music Inc. incorporating circuits based on the Moog modular synthesizer...
- Spider Grandmother (Hopi Kokyangwuti, Navajo Na'ashjé'ii Asdzáá) is an important figure in the mythology, oral traditions and folklore of many Native...
- The grandmother hypothesis is a hypothesis to explain the existence of menopause in human life history by identifying the adaptive value of extended kin...
- Grandmother is a mother of someone's parent. Grandmother may also refer to: Grandmother (1921 film), a Czech drama film Grandmother (1940 film), a Czech...
- The Electric Grandmother is a television movie that originally aired January 17, 1982, on NBC as a 60-minute Project Pea**** special, based on the 1969...
- The Grandmothers is a novel by Glenway Wescott. It was first published in 1927 and received the Harper Novel Prize. Based upon Wescott's own life and family...
- The grandmother cell, sometimes called the "Jennifer Aniston neuron", is a hypothetical neuron that represents a complex but specific concept or object...