Definition funny of Gratie:

urbanThe offspring of a Graves and a Katie. These creatures are part Cro-Magnon and Walrus-Whale, and are hermaphrodites. At conception, the Gratie weighs approximately 200 - 215 pounds and stands between 67 to 77 inches tall. With drool commonly hanging from the side of their mouth, they closely resemble the physical traits of the mother with the mental capacity of the father. It has teeth akin to that of a hyena, with a walrus shaped head and very large ears.

urbanI could tell by the recessed eyes and the protruding forehead, combined with the pigtails and complete lack of intelligence, that this creature was in fact a Gratie.


Songs about Gratie:

songsMaria Mater Gratie A 5, Op. 3, Xxxi by Céline Scheen from the Album Kempis: Symphoniæ

songsAlmande Gratie, "More Palatino" by Gavin Black from the Album Sweelinck, J.P.: Harpsichord Music

songsAlmande Gratie, SwWV 318, "More Palatino" by The Baltimore Consort from the Album The Art of the Bawdy Song

songsAlmande Gratie, SwWV 318, "More Palatino" by Freiburg La Gamba from the Album Deutsche Consortmusik

songsAlmande Gratie, SwWV 318, "More Palatino" by Robert Bates from the Album In Dialogue, Vol. 1

songsAlmande Gratie, SwWV 318, "More Palatino" by Robert Woolley from the Album Sweelinck, J.P.: Keyboard Music, Vol. 2 - Toccatas / Pavana Lachrymae / Fantasia Chromatica

songsAlmande Gratie, SwWV 318, "More Palatino": Varitation 1 by Hans Davidsson from the Album The Morlanda Organ


Books about Gratie:

booksGratie: Webster's Timeline History, 1481 - 2004 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)

booksGratie by Grippando James (2004)

booksGratie D'Amore

booksLe Gratie D'Amore (Italian Edition) by Cesare Negri (Nov 5, 2012)

booksWat Een Kracht! Wat Een Gratie!: Schaakverhalen by Hans Ree (1986)

booksLe Gratie d'amore (The Graces of Love): European Court Dance of the Late Renaissance. (video recording reviews... by Linda J. Tomko (Jul 28, 2005)

booksMomente de gratie by Neale Donald Walsch (2001)


Wiki information Gratie:

City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Location, Dated location

Saint-Gratien is a commune in the northern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 13.8 km from the center of Paris.

Canonical Version, Musical Recording