### Crossword clues for gram

##### gram

- Nutrition label measure
- Nutrition Facts unit
- Nana alternative
- Metric unit of mass
- Metric system unit
- Metric mass measure
- Metric amount
- Measure of carbs or protein
- Mass measure
- It goes with tele- or epi-
- Fraction of a kilo
- Five carats
- Equivalent of five carats
- Dietary-fat unit
- Carb unit
- Basic metric weight
- Almost 1/28 ounce
- About 1/28 ounce
- 035 ounce, in the metric system
- What "g" might mean
- Weight that is sometimes prefixed with "kilo" or "centi"
- Weight of a raisin, roughly
- Weed purchase
- Unit equal to 15.432 grains
- Suffix for ana or epi
- Small unit of weight
- Small fraction of an ounce
- Sigmund's sword
- Scale marking
- Part of kg
- Parsons whose band was the first to record "Wild Horses"
- Parsons of the Flying Burrito Brothers
- Parsons of The Byrds
- One-millionth of a metric ton
- Nutritionist's measure
- Nutrition Facts standard
- Nutrition Facts measure
- Nutrient measure
- More than 15 grains
- Minute metric measure
- Metric scale unit
- Measure of carbs on nutrition labels
- Measure in a French bread recipe?
- Mass of a paper clip, roughly
- Lab unit
- Flying Burrito Brothers member Parsons
- Ending with tele- or sono-
- Ending for Insta or Candy
- Dollar bill weight, roughly
- Dietary protein unit
- Country rock's Parsons
- Chick-pea e.g
- Chem lab measure
- Carb or fat unit
- Carb measure
- Approximate weight of a paper clip
- About 15 1/2 grains
- About 1/28 of an ounce
- A little weight
- 15.432356 grains
- 1/1000 of a kilo
- 0.0353 of an ounce, approximately
- 0.035 of an ounce, approximately
- "Burrito" Parsons
- 035 of an ounce

- Dieter's measure
- Unit of fat
- Ending with cable or candy
- Medicinal weight
- Lab weight
- .035 ounce
- The "G" in EKG
- A little fat
- 15.432 grains
- Chemist's amount
- Tiny weight unit
- Fat unit
- Protein unit
- Small metric weight
- Metric weight unit
- See 67-Across
- About 15 grains
- Elderly relative, informally
- Show
- Just under half a penny's weight
- "g," to a chemist
- Chickpea, e.g.
- Weight unit
- Small measure
- Chickpea, e.g
- Family member, for short
- Mom's mom
- 15.4324 grains troy
- Follower of photo and radio
- Drawing: Comb. form
- Metric unit of weight
- Metric measure
- Pharmacist's measure
- Metric mass unit
- Chickpeas; unit of mass
- Small unit of mass
- Unit of weight
- Family nickname
- Mama's mama
- Small weight measure in the metric system
- Light weight in the metric system, sometimes prefixed by "kilo-" or "milli-"
- 035 ounces
- Ma's ma
- Dietary fat unit
- Ounce fraction
- Mass unit
- Fraction of an ounce
- Fat measure
- Small mass
- Dealer's unit
- Wee weight
- ___ flour
- Lab measuring unit
- Gold weight
- Tiny weight
- Metric-system unit
- Dollar bill's weight, roughly
- Weight of a dollar bill, roughly
- Weight measure in the metric system
- Thousandth of a kilo
- Small unit of weight in the metric system
- Small metric unit of mass
- Scale marking, perhaps
- One thousandth of a kilo
- Nutrition label unit

##### Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

**gram**

*noun*

**COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES**

**$15/5 grams/50 etc per day**(=

*used when saying how much someone earns or is paid each day*)

**EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS**

**gram**whereas fat contains about nine calories.

**gram**of citric acid crystals to the stock solution.

**gram**, you are selling a dozen bags, that's a lot of trading.

**gram**, but by 1974 it was as low as £40 per kilogram.

**gram**he lent you for your own use, and sell the rest.

**gram**in court ....

##### The Collaborative International Dictionary

**gram**

Mung \Mung\ (m[u^]ng), n. [Hind. m[=u]ng.] (Bot.)
Green gram, a kind of legume (pulse) ( Vigna radiata syn.
Phaseolus aureus, syn. Phaseolus Mungo), grown for food
in British India; called also gram, mung bean, Chinese
mung bean, and green-seeded mung bean. It is an erect,
bushy annual producing edible green or yellow seeds, and
edible pods and young sprouts.

--Balfour (Cyc. of India).

##### Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

**gram**

metric unit of weight," 1797, from French *gramme* (18c.), from Late Latin *gramma* "small weight," from Greek *gramma* "small weight," originally "letter of the alphabet," from stem of *graphein* "to draw, write" (see -graphy). Adopted into English about two years before it was established in France as a unit in the metric system by law of 19 frimaire, year VIII (1799).

##### Wiktionary

**gram**

Etymology 1 n. A unit of mass equal to one-thousandth of a kilogram. Symbol: g Etymology 2

n. 1 A group of leguminous plants that are grown for their seeds. pulses. 2 (context uncountable English) The seeds of these plants. Etymology 3

n. grandmother Etymology 4

a. (context obsolete English) angry Etymology 5

n. (a: US) (misspelling of graham English)

##### WordNet

##### Wikipedia

**Gram (disambiguation)**

** Gram** is a unit of measurement of mass.

**Gram** may also refer to:

**Gram (mythology)**

In Norse mythology, **Gram**, ( Old Norse Gramr, meaning Wrath) is the sword that Sigurd used to kill the dragon Fafnir. It is primarily used by the Volsungs in the *Volsunga Saga*. However, it is also seen in other legends, such as the *Thidrekssaga* wielded by Hildebrand. In modern times fantasy writers have paid homage to it by naming magical swords after it, thereby greatly increasing its renown.

**Gram**

The **gram** (alternative British English spelling: **gramme**; SI unit symbol: **g**) (Greek/Latin root *grámma*) is a metric system unit of mass. Gram can be abbreviated as **gm** or **g**.

Originally defined as "the absolute weight of a volume of pure water equal to the cube of the hundredth part of a metre, and at the temperature of melting ice" (later 4 °C), a gram is now defined as one one-thousandth of the SI base unit, the kilogram, or 1×10 kg, which itself is defined as being equal to the mass of a physical prototype preserved by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures.

**Gram (Denmark)**

**Gram** is a town with a population of 2,526 (2016), in Haderslev Municipality in Denmark on the southern part of the Jutland peninsula in Region of Southern Denmark. It is the location of Gram Castle.

#### Usage examples of "gram".

Add the optional almonds and each serving has 19 __grams__ of carbohydrates and 5 __grams__ of fiber, for a total of 14 __grams__ of usable carbs and 3 __grams__ of protein.

Me and Amara have to get to Count __Gram__ and warn him that the Marat are coming.

Every __gram__ of antihydrogen would meet a __gram__ of normal matter and convert to energy at one hundred percent efficiency.

American male, who needs about 30 __grams__ of protein per meal, the calculation of Zone Food Blocks is the same.

In theory, just a single __gram__ of botulinum toxin released in aerosol form could kill more than a million people.

Assuming 2 servings, each will have 3 __grams__ of carbohydrates and 1 gram of fiber, for a total of 2 __grams__ of usable carbs and 13 __grams__ of protein.

Assuming 3 servings, each will have 10 __grams__ of carbohydrates and 4 __grams__ of fiber, for a total of 6 __grams__ of usable carbs and 19 __grams__ of protein.

Assuming 2 servings, each will have 5 __grams__ of carbohydrates and 1 gram of fiber, for a total of 4 __grams__ of usable carbs and 24 __grams__ of protein.

Assuming 2 servings, each will have 9 __grams__ of carbohydrates and 2 __grams__ of fiber, for a total of 7 __grams__ of usable carbs and 19 __grams__ of protein.

The carb count will vary a little, but each serving will have close to 6 __grams__ of carbohydrates and 2 __grams__ of fiber, for a total of 4 __grams__ of usable carbs and 26 __grams__ of protein.

The carb count will vary a bit depending on what barbecue sauce you use, but should be in the neighborhood of 4 __grams__ of carbohydrates and 1 gram of fiber, for a total of 3 __grams__ of usable carbs and 27 __grams__ of protein.

Each wing will have a negligible amount of carbs, no fiber, and 9 __grams__ of protein.

Assuming 2 servings, each will have 4 __grams__ of carbohydrates and 1 gram of fiber, for a total of 3 __grams__ of usable carbs and 37 __grams__ of protein.

Assuming 2 servings, each will have 4 __grams__ of carbohydrates and 2 __grams__ of fiber, for a total of 2 __grams__ of usable carbs and 39 __grams__ of protein.

Assuming 4 servings, each will have 2 __grams__ of carbohydrates and 1 gram of fiber, for a total of 1 gram of usable carbs and 45 __grams__ of protein.