grame (grām), noun.
1. (archaic) anger
2. (archaic) sorrow, harm, misery
Etymology: Old English grama, angry, fierce, hostile; old Norse grimmr. 'Grim' shares similar origins.
"Then said Gawaine, thou avauntest thee greatly and speakest proud words, I counsel thee for all thy boast that thou make thee ready, and take thy gear to thee, to-fore greater grame fall to thee."
- Sir Thomas Malory, "Le Morte d'Arthur"
"Lo, such a lucre is in this lusty game,
A mannes mirth it will turn all to grame,"
- Geoffrey Chaucer, "The Canon's Yeoman's Tale"