1 the quality of being magnificent or splendid or grand [syn: magnificence, brilliance, splendor, splendour, grandness]
EtymologyFrom grandeur < grand < grandis.
Etymology< grand < grandis.
- /ɡʁɑ̃.dœʁ/, /gRA~.d9R/
Grandeur may refer to:
grandeur in French: Grandeur
Babylonian splendor, ampleness, amplitude, augustness, bigness, broadness, bulk, capaciousness, comprehensiveness, consequence, conspicuousness, copiousness, courtliness, dignifiedness, dignity, distinction, elaborateness, elegance, elevation, eminence, enormity, enormousness, exaltation, excellence, expanse, expansiveness, extensiveness, formidableness, fullness, generousness, gigantism, glory, gorgeousness, grandiosity, grandness, gravity, great scope, greatness, high mightiness, hugeness, immensity, importance, imposingness, impressiveness, infinity, intensity, kingliness, largeness, lavishness, loftiness, lordliness, luxuriousness, luxury, magnificence, magnitude, majesty, mark, might, mightiness, muchness, nobility, nobleness, notability, note, outstandingness, plenitude, plushness, pomp, poshness, power, pride of bearing, pride of place, princeliness, prodigiousness, profundity, prominence, proud bearing, proudness, regality, resplendence, ritziness, sedateness, significance, sobriety, solemnity, spaciousness, splendidness, splendiferousness, splendor, state, stateliness, strength, stupendousness, sublimity, sumptuousness, supereminence, tallness, tremendousness, vastness, venerability, wideness, worthiness