GLIM'MER, verb intransitive
1. To shoot feeble or scattered rays of light; as the glimmering dawn; a glimmering lamp.
When rosy morning glimmer'd o'er the dales.
The west yet glimmers with some streaks of day.
2. To shine faintly; to give a feeble light.
Mild evening glimmered on the lawn.
GLIM'MER, noun A faint light; feeble scattered rays of light.
1. In mineralogy, mica, glist, muscovy-glass; a mineral resulting from crystallization, but rarely found in regular crystals. usually it appears in thin, flexible, elastic lamins, which exhibit a high polish and strong luster. It is an essential ingredient in granite, gneiss, and mica slate.