Definition of glore
: to look fixedly : stare
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Origin and Etymology of glore
Middle English gloren, probably of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse eldsglōr glow of fire, Icelandic glōra to stare, gleam, Norwegian glore to gleam, glitter, Swedish dialect glora to shine faintly; akin to Middle Dutch gloren to gleam, Greek chlōros greenish yellow — more at yellow
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