Also called nasal gleet. Veterinary Pathology. an inflammation of the nasal passages of a horse, producing a thick discharge.
inflammation of the urethra with a slight discharge of thin pus and mucus: a stage of chronic gonorrhoea
the pus and mucus discharged
mid-14c., from Old French glete “clay, loam; slime, mud; filth” (12c., Modern French glette), from Latin glitem (nominative glis) “sticky, glutinous ground,” back-formation from glittus “sticky.”
[glee-tee] /ˈgli ti/ adjective, gleetier, gleetiest. 1. characteristic of or resembling .
[gleg] /glɛg/ adjective, Scot. 1. quick; keen.
/ˈɡlaɪkˌʃæltʊŋ/ noun 1. the enforcement of standardization and the elimination of all opposition within the political, economic, and cultural institutions of a state
[gleyp-nir] /ˈgleɪp nɪr/ noun, Scandinavian Mythology. 1. a bond with magic properties, forged by elves, and used by the gods to bind Loki.