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glas

-aise, a. Grey, pale, wan, ashy, sallow. 2 Poor. 3(DC) Green, as grass, unripe corn, &c. 4(DC) Blue colour of woad. Bu ghlas a chiabh, grey were his locks; tùr ghlas, a grey tower; a chnoca glasa, ye green hills; is glas mo luaidh, pale is (my love) the subject of my praise; cho gorm ris a' chàl, as green as kale — said of anyone looking pale; Gàidheal glas, a true Gael; Gall glas, a sallow “Lowlander” — but, dubh Ghall, a thorough “Lowland-er.” NGP says the term glas is never applied to an Englishman, but we have come across instances of its being so applied, even by natives of Nicolson's own island.

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