grub


grub
grȗb prid. <odr. -ī, komp. grȕbljī>
DEFINICIJA
1. pod dodirom hrapav, bez glatkoće i mekoće
2. pren. bez blagosti i nježnosti; neosjetljiv, surov (o osobama)
3. ovlašno izrađen, nabačen, tek zacrtan [u grubim crtama]
4. ostavljen u prirodnom obliku ili u jednostavnoj tehnologiji (kao domaće platno)
5. velik, ozbiljan [gruba greška]
6. približan [gruba procjena]
7. lokal. ružan, v.
ONOMASTIKA
Grùbiša m. i ž. os. ime (narodno, profilaktičko, v. grub (7)); hip.: Grúba ž., Grúbe m.
pr.: Grùbāč (370, Zagora, Z Slavonija), Grùbelić (340, Šibenik), Grùbeša (210, Đakovo, Prigorje), Grùbešić (490, Duga Resa, Slavonija), Grùbica (Istra), Grúbić (1650, Dalmacija, Bukovica, Lika), Grùbina, Grùbiša (370, Istra, Zagora), Grùbišić (3100, sred. Dalmacija, Lika), Grùbišin (Šibenik), Grùbješić (410, Petrinja, Pokuplje), Grùblješić (120, Banovina), Grùbnić (100, Knin), Grȗbor (430, Knin, Lika), Grubórović (150, Glina, Banovina)
ETIMOLOGIJA
prasl. i stsl. grǫbъ (rus. grúbyj, polj. greby), lit. grubti: otvrdnuti ? ≃ stvnjem. krampf: grč

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  • Grub — ist der Name folgender geographischer Objekte: Grub (Thüringen), Gemeinde im Landkreis Hildburghausen, Thüringen Grub am Forst, Gemeinde im Landkreis Coburg, Bayern Grub AR, Gemeinde im Kanton Appenzell Ausserrhoden Ortsteile: In Deutschland:… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • GRUB — Bildschirmfoto des Grub Menüs Basisdaten Entwickler: Das GRUB Team Aktuelle Version: 1.96 ( …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Grub — Grub, n. 1. (Zo[ o]l.) The larva of an insect, especially of a beetle; called also {grubworm}. See Illust. of {Goldsmith beetle}, under {Goldsmith}. [1913 Webster] Yet your butterfly was a grub. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. A short, thick man; a dwarf …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Grub ax — Grub Grub, n. 1. (Zo[ o]l.) The larva of an insect, especially of a beetle; called also {grubworm}. See Illust. of {Goldsmith beetle}, under {Goldsmith}. [1913 Webster] Yet your butterfly was a grub. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. A short, thick man; a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Grub — can refer to:lang* Larva, most commonly of the scarabaeoidea (beetles) superfamily * a slang term for food; also as a verb to scavenge for food * a British word for a headless set screwPlaces* Grub AR, Grub, canton of Appenzell, Switzerland *… …   Wikipedia

  • grub — grub; grub·ber; grub·bi·ly; grub·bi·ness; grub·ble; grub·by; grub·less; grub·stak·er; …   English syllables

  • Grüb — ist der Ortsname von Grüb (Grafenau), Ortsteil der Stadt Grafenau, Landkreis Freyung Grafenau, Bayern Grüb (Wettringen), Ortsteil der Gemeinde Wettringen, Landkreis Ansbach, Bayern Grüb (Wittelshofen), Ortsteil der Gemeinde Wittelshofen,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Grub — Grub, v. t. 1. To dig; to dig up by the roots; to root out by digging; followed by up; as, to grub up trees, rushes, or sedge. [1913 Webster] They do not attempt to grub up the root of sin. Hare. [1913 Webster] 2. To supply with food. [Slang]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • grub — [n1] larva caterpillar, entozoon, maggot, worm; concept 398 grub [n2] food chow*, comestibles, eats*, edibles, feed, nosh*, nurture, provisions, rations, sustenance, viands, victuals, vittles*; concepts 457,460 grub [v1] dig, uncover beat, bre …   New thesaurus

  • grub´bi|ly — grub|by «GRUHB ee», adjective, bi|er, bi|est. 1. dirty; grimy; slovenly: »a grubby lot Of sooty sweeps (Thomas Hood). She was an exceptionally grubby girl fat, sloppily dressed, and, like Willard, uncommunicative (New Yorker …   Useful english dictionary

  • grub|by — «GRUHB ee», adjective, bi|er, bi|est. 1. dirty; grimy; slovenly: »a grubby lot Of sooty sweeps (Thomas Hood). She was an exceptionally grubby girl fat, sloppily dressed, and, like Willard, uncommunicative (New Yorker …   Useful english dictionary


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