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[glohm] /gloʊm/ noun, Archaic. 1. twilight; gloaming. 1821 (Keats), a back-formation from gloaming.
[gloh-ming] /ˈgloʊ mɪŋ/ noun 1. twilight; dusk. /ˈɡləʊmɪŋ/ noun 1. (poetic) twilight or dusk n. Old English glomung “twilight,” formed (probably on model of æfning “evening”) from glom “twilight,” related to glowan “to glow” (hence “glow of sunrise or sunset”), from Proto-Germanic *glo- (see glow (v.)). Fell from currency except in Yorkshire dialect, but preserved […]
[gleek] /glik/ verb (used without object), Archaic. 1. to make a joke; jest. n. card game, 1530s, from French glic, ghelicque (15c.), perhaps from Middle Dutch ghelic (Dutch gelijk) “like,” because one of the goals of the game is collecting cards of the same rank.