Definition of lowe in English:

lowe

noun

Northern English, Scottish
  • A warm light, especially one produced by fire.

    ‘a lowe that crackled to yellow and red’
    • ‘The town burned with a lowe never before seen on northern land or southern sea.’
    • ‘As it wore on to midnight, a lowe in mauve and gold crept and slipped and wavered upon the sky.’
    • ‘He disappeared in a blue lowe with an awfu' smell o' brimstone.’
    • ‘His ship's all lighted in a lowe.’
    • ‘Any excuse for a lowe in the chimney!’

Origin

Middle English: of Scandinavian origin, from an Indo-European base shared with light.

Pronunciation

lowe

/ləʊ/