Glen(?), n. [Of Celtic origin; cf. W. glyn a deep valley, Ir. & Gael. gleann valley, glen.] A secluded and narrow valley; a dale; a depression between hills.
And wooes the widow's daughter of the glen.Spenser.
Glen*gar"ry(?), n., or
Glen*gar"ry bon"net(?) }. [Name of a valley in Scotland.] A kind of Highland Scotch cap for men, with straight sides and a hollow top sloping to the back, where it is parted and held together by ribbons or strings.
The long silk streamers of his Glengarry bonnet.L. Hutton.
[Webster 1913 Suppl.]
Glen*liv"et(?), } n. A kind of Scotch whisky, named from the district in which it was first made. W. E. Aytoun.
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