cloot

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Scots[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Probably borrowed from Welsh clwt, 'cloth, duster, diaper' or a Pictish or Cumbric cognate. Derivation from Middle English cloth, however should not be ruled out.

Noun[edit]

cloot (uncountable)

  1. cloth

Etymology 2[edit]

from clook(claw)

Noun[edit]

cloot (plural cloots)

  1. cloven hoof
  2. any of the divisions of a cloven hoof

Derived terms[edit]