The Collaborative International Dictionary
Gleen \Gleen\, v. i. [Cf. Glance, Glint.]
To glisten; to gleam. [Obs.]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"gleam of sunlight," 1650s, probably from a Scandinavian dialectal word; compare Swedish dialectal glena, Danish dialectal glene "clear patch of sky."
vb. (context obsolete English) To glisten; to gleam.
Usage examples of "gleen".
Arno Gleen had kidnapped Marlie from her motel room and taken her to the same place he had taken the most recent missing child, a five-year-old boy.
The thought of Gleen seeing her like this, and using a knife on this slender, womanly soft body, was so obscene that he barely stifled the growl that began rumbling up from his chest.
Before Gleen, she had very much wanted a relationship, marriage, children.
Dusty had been murdered, when she had lain helplessly and watched as Gleen butchered a terrified, equally helpless little boy.
This is only a twisted hobby of mine and I will gleen no profit from its likes.