ETYM AS. glôm twilight, from the root of Eng. glow. Related to Glow, Glum, Gloam.
1. A feeling of melancholy apprehension; SYN. gloominess, somberness.
2. A state of partial or total darkness; SYN. somberness, sombreness.
3. An atmosphere of depression and melancholy; SYN. gloominess, glumness.
gloom | engleski leksikon
1. To look, feel, or act sullen or despondent
2. To be or become overcast
3. To loom up dimly
4. To make dark, murky, or somber; make gloomy