Thesaurus / gleeman
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The old English names for one of this profession were gleeman, jogeler, and latterly minstrel; not to mention harper, &c.

Here the gleeman ceased rowing, and spoke to him in a low tone.

The Anglo-Saxon vocabularies interpret the Latin mimus by glig-mon, a gleeman.

Then Hagen, too, bethought him of the gleeman, whom bold Hildebrand had robbed of life.

"Methinks I have some remembrance of the lilt," remarked the gleeman, running his fingers over the strings.

The White CompanyArthur Conan Doyle

Thou art not fit to be called a gleeman beside the singers of Denmark.

Wulnoth the WandererHerbert Escott-Inman

There was no help for it; and commending courage with a significant look to his companion, the gleeman and Alfgar ascended.

And it was a mighty fight, and a good fight, and of it the scalds and the gleeman sang for many a day.

Wulnoth the WandererHerbert Escott-Inman

Why, there is a gleeman down the street this minute singing the deeds of Oswald and Elfrida.

A Prince of CornwallCharles W. Whistler

The others are Fritz and Rudolph and Wiglaf, the gleeman, in a fantastic garb faded and tattered.

The SaxonsEdwin Davies Schoonmaker

WORDS RELATED TO GLEEMAN

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.