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glow

[ gloh ]
/ gloʊ /
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noun
verb (used without object)
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Origin of glow

before 1000; Middle English glowen (v.), Old English glōwan; akin to German glühen,Old Norse glōa

OTHER WORDS FROM glow

outglow, verb (used with object)un·der·glow, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for glow

glow
/ (ɡləʊ) /

noun
verb (intr)

Word Origin for glow

Old English glōwan; related to Old Norse glōa, Old High German gluoen, Icelandic glōra to sparkle
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