bacteria that form colonies in a self-produced slime that permits them to glide, mainly inhabiting moist soils, decaying plant matter, animal waste, and rotting tree bark: some species produce brightly colored, funguslike fruiting bodies.
noun, Anatomy. 1. . gliding joint glid·ing joint (glī’dĭng) n. See plane joint.
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[glyer] /glyɛr/ noun 1. Reinhold Moritzovich [rahyn-hawlt maw-ryi-tsuh-vyich] /ˈraɪn hɔlt ˈmɔ ryɪ tsə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1875–1956, Russian composer.
[glim] /glɪm/ noun 1. a light or lamp. 2. Scot. a little bit; small portion; scrap. /ɡlɪm/ noun (slang) 1. a light or lamp 2. an eye n. 18c. slang, “a light, candle, lantern;” 19c. slang “an eye,” probably a back-formation from glimmer. noun verb : I glimmed her from across the room