a folding chair having legs crossed front-to-back and having arms connected to the back and to the front seat rail.
adjective completely and strictly kosher; prepared in strict accordance with Jewish law; also called glatt kosher Word Origin Yiddish, fr Ger glatt ‘smooth’ + Heb kāšēr ‘proper’ Usage Note Judaism
[glaht] /glɑt/ adjective, Judaism. 1. prepared for eating according to the dietary laws followed by Hasidic Jews, which differ somewhat from those followed by other observers of kashruth: glatt kosher meat. 2. adhering to these laws: a glatt kosher restaurant. 3. (loosely) strictly kosher. adjective See glatt
[glou-buh-rahyt] /ˈglaʊ bəˌraɪt/ noun 1. a mineral, sodium calcium sulfate, Na 2 Ca(SO 4) 2 , often found as a deposit on the beds of salt lakes.
/ˈɡlɔːsɪ/ noun (Greek myth) 1. the second bride of Jason, murdered on her wedding day by Medea, whom Jason had deserted 2. a sea nymph, one of the Nereids