Definition for GLEDE

GLEDE, n. [Sax. glida, from glidan, to glide; Sw. glada.]

A fowl of the rapacious kind, the kite, a species of Falco. The word is used in Deut. xiv. 13, but the same Hebrew word, Lev. xi. 14, is rendered a vultur.

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