Etymology: From French French, grenade, from Old French grenate in the phrase pome grenate "pomegranate", ultimately from Latin pomum granatum "seeded fruit". The -d developed in French under influence of Spanish granada.
- (obsolete) A pomegranate.
- A small explosive device, designed to be thrown by hand or launched from a grenade launcher.
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