Cork Slang, Like A Dictionary of Cork Slang
by Seán Beecher
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Construct: Noun, Verb
Definition: A rough caress, to grab, to snatch, to fondle roughly (sexual connotations).
Use: He made a glawm at her.
He grabbed at her.
Derivation: Irish 'Gl√°m' - to grasp, to clutch. (Dinneen)
And note 'to grasp, to clutch at' (Ireland, Scotland, Cumbria). (Wright)

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