Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Obsolete strong preterit of glide.
“Veree glod," he said as the gardener had said before him, "Veree _glod_!”
“Cold letters etched on stone in Ormoc's graveyard hill, the syllables gliding still all music and glod upon the tongue of memory.”
“Swiþþun · æþelwold · Aidan · Biern of wincæstre · [Pau] lin of rofecæstre · S. Dunston · ⁊ S. ælfeih of cantore · buri · þeos læ [rden] ure leodan on englisc · 15 næs deorc heore liht · ac hit fæire glod ·”
“I tell 'ee both, that I'm glod the auld man has been caught out at last -- dom'd glod -- but ye'll sooffer eneaf wi'out any crowin' fra 'me, and I be not the mun to crow, nor be Tilly the lass, so I tell' ee flat.”
“Mr Cerith Jones eto oedd y beirniad ac roedd yn uchel iawn ei glod i'r nifer da a gynigiodd.”
“The staff is worth 1,200 glod and the shop keeper of "The Fighting Chance" buys it for 1,200 gold.”
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“Al-Islam website's Zakah calculation tools (an Islamic website directed by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Endowments, Da'wah and Guidance) to calculate Zakah for glod, but I got different outcomes!”
“• The glod and sliver pops are fear and something interesting.”
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