glum

Glum vs Glaum - What's the difference?

glum | glaum |


As a noun glum

is light.

As a verb glaum is

(scotland) to grope with the hands, as in the dark.

Glum vs Glue - What's the difference?

glum | glue |


As nouns the difference between glum and glue

is that glum is light while glue is a hard gelatin made by boiling bones and hides, used in solution as an adhesive; or any sticky adhesive substance.

As a verb glue is

to join or attach something using glue.

Glum vs Lum - What's the difference?

glum | lum |


As nouns the difference between glum and lum

is that glum is light while lum is (scotland|northern england) a chimney.

Glum vs Glume - What's the difference?

glum | glume |


As nouns the difference between glum and glume

is that glum is light while glume is (botany) a basal, membranous, outer sterile husk or bract in the flowers of grasses (poaceae) and sedges (cyperaceae).

Geum vs Glum - What's the difference?

geum | glum |


As nouns the difference between geum and glum

is that geum is any of the genus of perennial herbaceous plants while glum is light.

Glum vs Gum - What's the difference?

glum | gum |


As a noun glum

is light.

As a symbol gum is

the iso 3166-1 three-letter (alpha-3) code for guam.

Slum vs Glum - What's the difference?

slum | glum |


As nouns the difference between slum and glum

is that slum is a dilapidated neighborhood where many people live in a state of poverty while glum is light.

As a verb slum

is to visit a neighborhood of a status below one's own.

Glam vs Glum - What's the difference?

glam | glum |


As nouns the difference between glam and glum

is that glam is galleries]], [[library|libraries, archives and museums while glum is light.

Glum vs Glim - What's the difference?

glum | glim |


As nouns the difference between glum and glim

is that glum is light while glim is (slang) a light, candle, lantern.

Glum vs Glump - What's the difference?

glum | glump |


As a noun glum

is light.

As a verb glump is

(colloquial) to be sullen; to sulk.

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