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Spell Check of gregory

Correct spelling: gregory

Definition of gregory:

  1. the pope who sponsored the introduction of the modern calendar ( 1572- 1585)
  2. the pope who fought to establish the supremacy of the pope over the Church and the supremacy of the Church over the state ( 1020- 1085)
  3. ( Roman Catholic Church) a pope distinguished for his spiritual and temporal leadership; a saint and Doctor of the Church ( 540?- 604)

Common misspellings for gregory:

  • gregor (39%)
  • greggory (14%)
  • gergory (10%)
  • greogory (6%)
  • gregoer (6%)
  • greory (6%)
  • gregery (4%)
  • gregoy (4%)
  • gegory (4%)
  • gregpry (4%)
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Gregory \g-rego-ry, gr(e)-gory\

watchful, vigilant
Gregory as a boy's name is pronounced GREG-er-ee. It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Gregory is "watchful, vigilant". The first of the 16 popes and 10 saints to bear the name was called Gregory the Great. He founded monasteries, reorganized papal administration and fostered the development of the Gregorian chants. Gregor is a Scottish and German variant; Gregori is Russian; Grigor is Welsh and Russian. Actors Gregory Peck, Gregory Hines, Greg Wise, Greg Kinnear; cyclist Greg LeMond; musician Gregg Allman.
Related names:
Grzegorz, Graig, Greer, Greg, Greger, Gregg, Greggory, Gregoire, Gregoor, Gregor, Gregori, Gregorio, Gregorius, Gregos, Grigor, Grigori, Grigorios, Grygor.

Examples of usage for gregory:

  1. And you've opened it, Gregory?" "The White Gauntlet" , Mayne Reid.
  2. You know me, Gregory; and you will not deceive me?" "The White Gauntlet" , Mayne Reid.
  3. " Gregory," said the cavalier, drawing nearer to his old servant, and speaking in a tone that betrayed some anxiety as to the effect of his words, " What you know of me, and mine, keep to yourself. "The White Gauntlet" , Mayne Reid.