- Ellen (Anderson Ghol·son) [gohl-suh n] /ˈgoʊl sən/, 1874–1945, U.S. novelist.
- a seaport in SW Scotland, on the Clyde River: administrative center of the Strathclyde region; shipyards.
- a city in S Kentucky.
Examples from the Web for glasgow
Contemporary Examples of glasgow
The same day, Ebola panic struck the Glasgow airport after a passenger on a Dutch KLM flight fell ill.Europe’s Hidden Ebola Cases
Barbie Latza Nadeau
October 15, 2014
Mary finally left Alex when Cumming was 19 and in Glasgow in his final year at drama school.Alan Cumming: The Truth About My Father
October 14, 2014
In George Square in Glasgow city center, at least two furious confrontations had erupted before lunch.
In Glasgow, as many as 10 Yes badges, T-shirts and posters were on show for every piece of No merchandise.
Her father built a successful business and the family lives in an $800,000 sandstone house in a posh Glasgow suburb.The Bride of ISIS Revealed
September 3, 2014
Historical Examples of glasgow
In Glasgow and other parts of the country there were serious riots.The Grand Old Man
Richard B. Cook
I executed your commission in Glasgow, and I hope the cocoa came safe.
She was the daughter of Mr. Andrew Craig, who had been a surgeon in Glasgow.
His business is international with the exception of Glasgow and Italy.Who Was Who: 5000 B. C. to Date
He next set off for Glasgow, and pursued there the same course.
- a city in W central Scotland, in City of Glasgow council area on the River Clyde: the largest city in Scotland; centre of a major industrial region, formerly an important port; universities (1451, 1964, 1992). Pop: 629 501 (2001)Related adjective: Glaswegian
- City of Glasgow a council area in W central Scotland. Pop: 577 090 (2003 est). Area: 175 sq km (68 sq miles)
Word Origin and History for glasgow
from Gaelic, literally "green hollow," from gael "green" + cau "hollow."
City in south-central Scotland on the River Clyde, near Scotland's west coast. Scotland's largest city.