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  • proper n. A female given name, a twentieth century coinage from Welsh glân ("clean, holy") + ending -ys.


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  • Mrs Kinnock, the anti poverty campaigner, Lady Glenys, is also a euro MEP and collects ₤57,000 a year in pay and around ₤100,000 in perks.

    Climbing Aboard the Kinnock Family Gravy Train

  • Valleys Mam said ... well done Jill - I bet lady Glenys is really pissed:)

    Welsh wins its place in Brussels

  • One of the discussions was with Lady Kinnock, otherwise known as our Glenys, the fragrant Welsh MEP and assiduous participant in all European Parliament tours round the the world in her capacity as yet another spokesperson on aid.

    The fragrant Glenys

  • He had never called Glenys Next-door by her given name and did not intend to begin.

    Piranha to Scurfy & Other Stories

  • She should have thought more carefully before calling Glenys back so impulsively.


  • "Glenys," she said, "do you ever have reason to go to the Earl of Wyvern's bedchamber?"


  • "Glenys" sandals as worn by Olivia Wilde in yesterdays posting.


  • "Glenys" sandals from the Jimmy Choo fall/winter 2008/2009 collection.

  • Meagan has a slight obsession with these Jimmy Choo "Glenys" strappy snake sandals ... and you already know that she wore out her beloved YSL tribute pumps.


  • This style is called "Glenys" and is from the current Jimmy Choo's autumn / winter



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