English noun: handgrip
|1.||handgrip (artifact) the appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it|
|Samples||He grabbed the hammer by the handle.|
It was an old briefcase but it still had a good grip.
|Synonyms||grip, handle, hold|
|Narrower (hyponym)||ax handle, axe handle, broom handle, broomstick, crop, gunstock, haft, helve, hilt, hoe handle, knob, mop handle, panhandle, pommel, pommel, rake handle, saddlebow, stock, stock|
|Part holonym||shank, stem|
|Part meronym||aspergill, aspersorium, baggage, baseball bat, bat, briefcase, brush, carpet beater, carrycot, cart, cheese cutter, coffee cup, coffeepot, cricket bat, cutlery, eating utensil, edge tool, faucet, French telephone, frying pan, frypan, go-cart, hand tool, handbarrow, handcart, handlebar, handset, ladle, luggage, lumber, mug, pushcart, racket, racquet, rug beater, saucepan, skillet, spatula, spigot, teacup, umbrella, watering can, watering pot|