glim(redirected from GLIMS)
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1. A source of light, as a candle.
2. The illumination given off by such a source.
[Perhaps short for glimmer.]
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1. a light or lamp
2. an eye
[C17: probably short for glimmer; compare glimpse]
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a light or lamp.
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