Sunday, July 25, 2010


Glack: n. a ravine, a defile; the fork of a tree, road, etc.; the angle between the thumb and forefinger; an opening in the wood where the wind blows briskly; a handful or small portion; as much grain as a reaper holds in his left hand; a slight repast.

Courtesy of Warrack's Scot Dialect Dictionary, 1911.