[glawm-mah] /ˈglɔm mɑ/
a river in E Norway, flowing S into the Skagerrak. 375 miles (605 km) long.
a river in SE Norway, rising near the border with Sweden and flowing generally south to the Skagerrak: the largest river in Scandinavia; important for hydroelectric power and floating timber. Length: 588 km (365 miles)
[glom] /glɒm/ Slang. verb (used with object), glommed, glomming. 1. to steal. 2. to catch or grab. 3. to look at. noun 4. a look or glimpse. Verb phrases 5. glom onto, to take hold or possession of: He wanted to glom onto some of that money. /ɡlɒm/ verb (slang) 1. (transitive) foll by on […]
- Glom on to
verb phrase To acquire; grab; seize; latch on to: how many times the authorities might have glommed onto this man but didn’t (1907+ Underworld & hoboes)
[gloh-muh s] /ˈgloʊ məs/ noun, plural glomera [glom-er-uh] /ˈglɒm ər ə/ (Show IPA), glomi [gloh-mahy] /ˈgloʊ maɪ/ (Show IPA). Anatomy. 1. a small globular body. glomus glo·mus (glō’məs) n. pl. glom·er·a (glŏm’ər-ə)
- Glomus choroideum
glomus choroideum glomus cho·roi·de·um (kô-roi’dē-əm, kə-) n. The marked enlargement of the choroid plexus of the lateral ventricle of the brain at the junction of the central part with the inferior horn.