granat

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Catalan[edit]

Noun[edit]

granat m (plural granats)

  1. garnet (the gem and the color)

Adjective[edit]

granat m (feminine granada, masculine plural granats, feminine plural granades)

  1. garnet

Polish[edit]

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Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Latin granatum (pomegranate)

Noun[edit]

granat m

  1. pomegranate (fruit of tree of genus Punica)
  2. navy blue
Derived terms[edit]

Etymology 2[edit]

From Italian granata (grenade, pomegranate, maroon), from Latin granatus (having many seeds or grains)

Noun[edit]

granat m

  1. grenade (small explosive device)
  2. (mineralogy) garnet
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Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Noun[edit]

granat m (Cyrillic spelling гранат)

  1. pomegranate
  2. garnet

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Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

The weapon and mineral are named after the fruit. Latin pomum granatum means an apple with many seeds, from Latin granum (seed). Spanish influence formed the French grenade, which became granat in German, Danish, and Swedish. Used in Swedish since 1578 (fruit, the compound granatäpple already in 1541), 1568 (mineral), 1623 (weapon).

Noun[edit]

granat c

  1. (archaic) a pomegranate (fruit)
  2. (archaic) a pomegranate (tree)
  3. (mineralogy) a garnet, a group of minerals with regular chrystals
  4. a grenade (weapon)

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