The Collaborative International Dictionary
Glombe \Glombe\, Glome \Glome\, v. i.
To gloom; to look gloomy, morose, or sullen. [Obs.]
Glome \Glome\, n. Gloom. [Obs.]
Glome \Glome\, n. [L. glomus a ball. Cf. Globe.] (Anat.) One of the two prominences at the posterior extremity of the frog of the horse's foot.
Glome is either:
- the fictitious kingdom that is the setting of C. S. Lewis' novel Till We Have Faces; or
- the 3-sphere
Usage examples of "glome".
Queen Sophonisba, here is that secret glome or bottom of our days, come when we sniffed the sweetness of the morning.
Anywhere — I'll smuggle you out of Glome — we'll go for beggarwomen all over the world — or you can go to Bardia's house — anywhere, anything you like.
The bodies of Glome and his followers had been taken out of Thorbardin and given to Cale Greeneye and his Neidar adventurers.