Grampians

Grampians, 1, a name somewhat loosely applied to the central and chief mountain system of Scotland, which stretches E. and W. right across the country, with many important offshoots running N. and S.; the principal heights are Ben Nevis (4406 ft), Ben Macdhui (4296 ft.), Cairntoul (4200 ft.). 2, A range of mountains in the W. of Victoria, Australia, highest elevation 5600 ft.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Gramont * Granada
Grafton, Augustus Henry Fitzroy, Duke of
Graham, Sir John
Graham, John, Viscount Dundee
Graham, Thomas
Grahame, James
Graham's Dyke
Grahamstown
Graiæ
Grail, The Holy
Gramont
Grampians
Granada
Granada, New
Granby, John Manners, Marquis of
Grand Alliance
Grand Jury
Grand Lamaism
Grand Monarque, The
Grand Pensionary
Grandison, Sir Charles
Grandville