glas definition

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    • An element in some place-names of Celtic (mostly Gaelic) origin, signifying ‘dark,’ ‘gray’ (or ‘valley’: see etymology): as, Glasford; Douglas; Strathglass.
    • a component in a few place-names of Celtic (mostly Gaelic) beginning, signifying ‘dark,’ ‘gray’ (or ‘valley’: see etymology): as, Glasford; Douglas; Strathglass.
    • An element in a few place-names of Celtic (mostly Gaelic) source, signifying ‘dark,’ ‘gray’ (or ‘valley’: see etymology): as, Glasford; Douglas; Strathglass.
    • An element in some place-names of Celtic (mostly Gaelic) origin, signifying ‘dark,’ ‘gray’ (or ‘valley’: see etymology): as, Glasford; Douglas; Strathglass.
    • a component in certain place-names of Celtic (mainly Gaelic) origin, signifying ‘dark,’ ‘gray’ (or ‘valley’: see etymology): as, Glasford; Douglas; Strathglass.

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