[klee-oh; for 1 also klahy-oh] /ˈkli oʊ; for 1 also ˈklaɪ oʊ/
noun, plural Clios for 2.
Classical Mythology. the Muse of history.
any of a group of awards presented annually by the advertising industry for achievement in television commercials.
a female given name.
(Greek myth) the Muse of history
“muse of history, muse who sings of glorious actions,” usually represented with a scroll and manuscript case, from Latin Clio, from Greek Kleio, literally “the proclaimer,” from kleiein “to tell of, celebrate, make famous,” from kleos “rumor, report, news; good report, fame, glory,” from PIE *klew-yo-, from root *kleu- “to hear” (see listen). Related to the -kles in Damocles, etc.
[klee-oh-me-triks, klahy-oh-] /ˌkli oʊˈmɛ trɪks, ˌklaɪ oʊ-/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. the study of historical data by the use of statistical, often computerized, techniques. /ˌklaɪəʊˈmɛtrɪks/ noun 1. (functioning as sing) the study of economic history using statistics and computer analysis
[klip] /klɪp/ verb (used with object), clipped, clipped or clipt, clipping. 1. to cut, or cut off or out, as with shears: to clip a rose from a bush. 2. to trim by cutting: to clip a hedge. 3. to cut or trim the hair or fleece of; shear: to clip a poodle. 4. to […]
noun 1. drawings or illustrations available, as in a book or on a CD-ROM, for easy insertion into other material. noun 1. a large collection of simple drawings stored in a computer from which items can be selected for incorporation into documents
noun A professional swindler or thief: A gentle clip-artist, Abadaba robbed bookmakers as well as bettors (1940s+ Underworld)