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- (archaic, Scotland) Noise.
- (archaic, Scotland) The visual influence of a charm, causing people to see things differently from what they are. Hence, to cast a glamer is to cause a visual deception.
- Jamieson, John; Johnstone, John; Longmuir, John (1867). Jamieson's Dictionary of the Scottish Language. W.P. Nimmo. pp 231.