clabber

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Etymology[edit]

From Irish clábar (mud) or a Scots Gaelic cognate thereof.

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Noun[edit]

clabber (uncountable)

  1. Sour or curdled milk.
  2. Wet clay or mud.

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clabber (third-person singular simple present clabbers, present participle clabbering, simple past and past participle clabbered)

  1. To sour or curdle.
    • 2013, Philipp Meyer, The Son (Simon & Schuster 2014), page 148:
      They always had more milk than they needed and often entire buckets would clabber and one of her brothers would carry it out to the bunkhouse for the vaqueros.

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