Origin of greeMiddle English gre ; from Old French gre, gred ; from Classical Latin gratum, neuter of gratus: see grace
Origin of greeMiddle English gre ; from Old French gré, a step ; from Classical Latin gradus, a step: see grade
Origin of greeMiddle English green ; from Old French grëer ; from gré, pleasure (see agree); also aphetic ; from Middle English agreen
Origin of greeMiddle English gre, from Old French, step, from Latin gradus; see grade.
From Old French gré (“pleasure, goodwill”), from Latin gratum, a noun use of the neuter of gratus (“pleasing”).
(third-person singular simple present grees, present participle greeing, simple past and past participle greed)
- (obsolete) To agree.