Have a gleg at this, man.
Awreet, where's me glegs?
If you're a Geordie (that is, if you come from Newcastle upon Tyne in Northern England) then encouraging someone to have a gleg is asking them to have a look.
If it's young ladies you're glegging, then it may well involve marks out of ten.
For a really clear view you might need your glegs, which are your spectacles.
For the Scots, to be gleg is to be quick, either in movement or perception. It means to react fast: to be keen, though not in a rash way but in a clear-sighted one.
That bonny lass has to be ten out of ten, man. Awreet. I'll see you later.
Thing To Do Today: be gleg. This word comes from the