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Definition of Glaur
1. a mire [n -S]
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Literary usage of Glaur
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1. Spare Hours by John Brown (1866)
"... yet," (glaur being ... Ay, ay, my wee man," said the benevolent Calvinist, patting his head, " he's a' glaur yet, ..."
2. A Dictionary of Lowland Scotch: With an Introductory Chapter Onthe Poetry by Charles Mackay (1888)
"Claw or glaur, mud, dirt, mire; ... o' glaur," a handful of mud; ... of glaur," a heap of mud. The wee laddie, greetin', said his brither Jock had coost a ..."
3. The Scottish Poets Recent and Living by Alexander G. Murdoch (1883)
"... wi' glaur. Wha is't but kens some wee bit fau't upon his neighbour's shady side— Or wha but kens that o' himsel' frae ither een he fain would hide ? ..."