kyte-clung (not comparable)
- (archaic) Having a sunken belly; starved.
- 1888, James Nicholson, "The Dyspeptic to His Stomach", Wee Tibbie's Garland, James McGeachy & Co. (1888):
- For dinner, mutton-chop or steak,
- An' yet, for a', I'm lean's a rake,
- Kyte-clung as ony reestit herrin',
- A 'natomy for folks to stare on.