- Archaic a granary
- a farm with its dwelling house, barns, etc.
- ⌂ any local lodge of the Grange
Origin of grangeMiddle English ; from Anglo-French graunge (OFr grange) ; from Medieval Latin granica ; from Classical Latin granum, grain
the Patrons of Husbandry, a fraternal organization, orig. of farmers, organized in the U.S. in 1867
- Grange Chiefly Northeastern US a. An association of farmers founded in the United States in 1867.b. One of the branch lodges of this association.
- Chiefly British A farm, especially the residence and outbuildings of a gentleman farmer.
- Archaic A granary.
Origin of grangeMiddle English, granary, from Old French, from Vulgar Latin *gr&amacron;nica, from Latin gr&amacron;num, seed; see g&rlowring;&schwa;-no- in Indo-European roots.
From Old French grange.