Clotho



[kloh-thoh] /ˈkloʊ θoʊ/

noun, Classical Mythology.
1.
the Fate who spins the thread of life.
/ˈkləʊθəʊ/
noun
1.
(Greek myth) one of the three Fates, spinner of the thread of life

one of the three Fates, from Latin Clotho, from Greek Klotho, literally “the spinner,” from klothein “to spin.” The three Fates together sometimes were called Klothes “the spinners.”

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