Gramercy meaning

grə-mûr'sē, grăm'ər-
Used to express surprise or gratitude.
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Used to express gratitude.
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Used to express surprise.
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(archaic) Thanks; many thanks; an expression of gratitude.
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(archaic) Used as an exclamation expressing surprise or sudden strong feelings.
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(archaic) Thanks.
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Origin of gramercy

  • Middle English gramerci from Old French grand merci grand great grand merci thanks mercy
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • Middle English gramerci, from Old French grant merci “great thanks.”
    From Wiktionary