To hold or harbour with malicious disposition or purpose; to cherish enviously.
A variant of grutch (mid 15th-century, younger than begrudge), from Middle English grucchen, from Old French grouchier, groucier, of Germanic origin, akin to Middle High German grogezen, German grocken. Compare also Old Norse krytja, Old High German grunzen.
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