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glyn (plural glyns)
- A valley in a mountain area, especially one with a stream in the bottom
- 1596 (date written; published 1633), Edmund Spenser, A Vewe of the Present State of Irelande […], Dublin: […] Societie of Stationers, […], OCLC 606546850; republished as A View of the State of Ireland […] (Ancient Irish Histories), Dublin: […] Society of Stationers, […] Hibernia Press, […] [b]y John Morrison, 1809, OCLC 22906028:
- He could not beat out the Irish, yet he did shut them up within those narrow corners and glyns under the mountain's foot.
glyn m (plural glynnoedd)
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