Another Slavic loandword. "Ogląda" (which sounds more or less like "oglonda") means "he/she watches" in Polish.
English "glint" and "glance" seem also to be related to the same indo-european roots as the Slavic lineage of "oglindă/oglinzi".
(I found that hint with German "Glanz" = shine here: https://www.dwds.de/wb/Abglanz)
Which says that people and their languages were mixing all the time... (Wouldn't it be fun to know if some words from the Neandertals survived somehow that way, too?)