[kleek, klik] /klik, klɪk/
a small, exclusive group of people; coterie; set.
verb (used without object), cliqued, cliquing.
Informal. to form, or associate in, a clique.
a small, exclusive group of friends or associates
1711, “a party of persons; a small set, especially one associating for exclusivity,” from obsolete French clique, originally (14c.) “a sharp noise,” also “latch, bolt of a door,” from Old French cliquer “click, clatter, crackle, clink,” 13c., echoic. Apparently this word was at one time treated in French as the equivalent of claque (q.v.) and partook of that word’s theatrical sense.
[klish-muh-kley-ver, kleesh-] /ˌklɪʃ məˈkleɪ vər, ˌkliʃ-/ noun, Scot. 1. gossip; idle or foolish talk. /ˌklɪʃməˈkleɪvə/ noun 1. (Scot) idle talk; gossip
[klis-is] /ˈklɪs ɪs/ noun, Linguistics. 1. the act or process of becoming a clitic.
language 1. Conversational LISP. 2. A Common Lisp implementation by Bruno Haible (http://haible.de/bruno/) of Karlsruhe University and Michael Stoll (http://math.uni-duesseldorf.de/~stoll/). of Munich University, both in Germany. CLISP includes an interpreter, bytecode compiler, almost all of the CLOS object system, a foreign language interface and a socket interface. An X11 interface is available through CLX and […]
[klahys-thuh-neez] /ˈklaɪs θəˌniz/ noun 1. . [klahys-thuh-neez] /ˈklaɪs θəˌniz/ noun 1. active c515–c495 b.c, Athenian statesman. /ˈklaɪsθəˌniːz/ noun 1. a variant spelling of Cleisthenes /ˈklaɪsθəˌniːz/ noun 1. 6th century bc, Athenian statesman: democratized the political structure of Athens