The Collaborative International Dictionary
Gret \Gret\, Grete \Grete\, a.
Gret or GRET may refer to:-
, a Russian coastal tanker
- Groupe de Recherches et d'Echanges Technologiques (acronym - GRET)
- Gret Palucca (1902–1993), German dancer and teacher
- Gret Loewensberg (* 1943), Swiss architect
- Dull Gret, Anglicized version of Dulle Griet, a figure of Flemish folklore
Usage examples of "gret".
Looke who that is moost vertuous alway, Pryvee and apert, and moost entendeth ay To do the gentil dedes that he kan, Taak hym for the grettest gentil-man.
Gawayn gly3t on the gome that godly hym gret, And thu3t hit a bolde burne that the burygh ayghte, A hoge hathel for the none3, and of h3e eldee.
Fro riche Romulus to Rome ricchis hym swythe, With gret bobbaunce that bur3e he biges vpon fyrst, And neuenes hit his aune nome, as hit now hat.
But o Griffoun hathe the body more gret and is more strong thanne 8 Lyouns, of suche Lyouns as ben o this half.
For o Griffoun there will bere, fleynge to his Nest, a gret Hors, or 2 Oxen zoked to gidere, as thei gon at the Plowghe.