Definition of aglu in English:

aglu

(also agloo)

noun

Canadian
  • A breathing-hole in the ice, made by a seal.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Robert Huish (1777–1850), apiculturist and writer. From Western Canadian Inuit aglu (pronounced/aɣlu/).

Pronunciation

aglu

/ˈaɡluː/