a unit of measure for cloth, formerly 37 inches (0.93 meter), now the equivalent of the standard yard (0.91 meter); 36 inches; 3 feet.
/kləˈtɪldə/ noun 1. ?475–?545 ad, wife of Clovis I of the Franks, whom she converted (496) to Christianity
clottage clot·tage (klŏt’ĭj) n. The blocking of a canal or duct by a blood clot.
[klot] /klɒt/ noun 1. a mass or lump. 2. a semisolid mass, as of coagulated blood. 3. a small compact group of individuals: a clot of sightseers massed at the entrance. 4. British Informal. blockhead, dolt, clod. verb (used without object), clotted, clotting. 5. to form into clots; coagulate. verb (used with object), clotted, clotting. […]
noun 1. cream that has been clotted by cooking. noun 1. (Brit) a thick cream made from scalded milk, esp in SW England Also called Devonshire cream