Definition of Grenada in US English:

Grenada

proper noun

  • A country in the southern Windward Islands, in the Caribbean Sea, that consists of the island of Grenada and the southern Grenadine Islands; population 107,000 (estimated 2015); capital, St. George's; languages, English (official) and English Creole.

    The island of Grenada was sighted in 1498 by Columbus. Colonized by the French, it was ceded to Britain in 1763, recaptured by the French, and restored to Britain in 1783. It became an independent Commonwealth of Nations state in 1974. Seizure of power by a left-wing military group in 1983 prompted an invasion by the US and some Caribbean countries; they withdrew in 1985

Pronunciation

Grenada

/ɡrəˈneɪdə//ɡrəˈnādə/