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glede

 (glēd)
n.
Any of several birds of prey, especially a European kite (Milvus milvus).

[Middle English, from Old English glida; see ghel- in Indo-European roots.]

glede

(ɡliːd) or

gled

n
(Animals) a former Brit name for the red kite. See kite14
[Old English glida; related to Old Norse gletha, Middle Low German glede]
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So fat fe holygoste gloweth but as a glede, Tyl fat lele loue ligge on hym & blowe, And f anne flaumbeth he as fyre on fader & on filius, And meltheth her myjte in-to mercy as men may se in wyntre Ysekeles in eueses porw hete of pe sonne, Melteth in a mynut while to myst & to watre; [.
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Taste Buds fruit through me in a steep heap in the loo much glam and glede glent vp bi that flet & I, Breasts-for-Knees-Man, have sawed apart this giraffe, out of my great love for you, lacrimatus, very little needing ratification, the glent's in the grass and buried in the grave eye, and the strains of adultery cry somewhat from my sprained ear, so like leontes I must act fast before protective swelling endorses the chambers right fashionable lay-out, yu can no get it on de nhs dey wo an put yu on de waiting list, gibbel gibbeldy gummy, the pay pouch turned into my tummy, the unhorses horse their riders into rocks, not very much requires voting, a show of hands, moths unsuccumbed to venus maws that stand atop awkwardly flailing stems, hairy and sticky and twice alive, improvements
Later, Shakespeare and Thomas Bewick, born only a few miles from the Derwent Valley, both wrote about them and several areas in Northumberland bear the name Glead or Glede, their Anglo-Saxon name, meaning glide.
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pat he ne sprong forth so sparke of glede And lete him of hise hand-dede, Hw he coupe with wepne spede,