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glidder

transitive verb glid·der \ ˈglidə(r) \

Definition of glidder

-ed/-ing/-s
dialectal, England
: to glaze over (as with ice)

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Origin and Etymology of glidder

obsolete glidder, adjective, slippery, from (assumed) Middle English glidder, from Old English glidder, glider; akin to Old English glīdan to glide


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glidder

noun \ " \

Definition of glidder

plural -s
dialectal, British
: a loose stone (as on a hillside)

Origin and Etymology of glidder

from or akin to obsolete glidder, adjective


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