gleed

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From Middle English gleede, glede, from Old English glēd, glēde ‎(glowing coal, ember, fire, flame, instrument of torture), from Proto-Germanic *glōdiz ‎(incandescence, glowing ember, burning ash), from Proto-Indo-European *ghlō-, *ghel- ‎(to shine). Cognate with Scots gleed ‎(burning coal, ember), Saterland Frisian glode ‎(blaze, fire), Dutch gloed ‎(glow, blaze), German Glut ‎(ember), Scots glude ‎(glow from a fire). More at glow.

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gleed ‎(plural gleeds)

  1. a glowing coal

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Verb[edit]

gleed

  1. singular past indicative of glijden

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