[glahts-heym] /ˈglɑts heɪm/
noun, Scandinavian Mythology.
the golden palace of Odin, of which Valhalla was a part.
[glad-suh m] /ˈglæd səm/ adjective 1. giving or causing joy; delightful. 2. 1 . /ˈɡlædsəm/ adjective 1. an archaic word for glad1 adj. late 14c., gladsum; see glad + -some (1).
/ˈɡlædˌræp/ noun trademark (NZ) (sometimes not capital) 1. a thin polythene material that clings closely to any surface around which it is placed: used for wrapping food verb -wraps, -wrapping, -wrapped 2. (transitive) to cover (food) with Gladwrap
noun 1. a small rectangular suitcase hinged to open into two compartments of equal size. noun 1. a piece of hand luggage consisting of two equal-sized hinged compartments
[glad-is] /ˈglæd ɪs/ noun 1. a female given name. [bish-uh p] /ˈbɪʃ əp/ noun 1. Elizabeth, 1911–79, U.S. poet. 2. Hazel (Gladys) 1906–1998, U.S. chemist and businesswoman. 3. John Peale, 1892–1944, U.S. poet and essayist. 4. Morris (Gilbert) 1893–1973, U.S. humorist, poet, and biographer. 5. William Avery (“Billy”) 1894–1956, Canadian aviator: helped to establish Canadian […]