glack

noun \ˈglak\

Definition of glack

plural

-s

Scottish

  1. :  a narrow valley :  ravine

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Origin and Etymology of glack

Scottish Gaelic glac valley, hollow, palm of the hand, from Middle Irish glacc hand; probably akin to Latin galla gall on a plant — more at gall (excrescence)


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