Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
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First published 1956 (SND Vol. IV).
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‡GLAISE, n. Also gla(i)ze, gles. A warm at a fire (Sc. 1818 Sawers, glaize; Sh. 1908 Jak. (1928), gles), gen. in phr. a glaise (glaze) o' the ingle (fire) (Slk. 1825 Jam., Cai. 1900 E.D.D.). Comb. heat-glaise, sultry heat glow before thunder (Ags. 1954).Lnk. a.1832 W. Watt Poems (1860) 34:
When he had o' the ingle taen a glaise To set the blood in motion through his han's.Ant. 1892 Ballymena Obs. (E.D.D.):
Sitting down and warming yourself at the fire would be taking a glaze o' the fire.
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