[kloh-thoh] /ˈkloʊ θoʊ/
noun, Classical Mythology.
the Fate who spins the thread of life.
(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.”
[klawth-uh v-gohld, kloth-] /ˈklɔθ əvˈgoʊld, ˈklɒθ-/ noun 1. a garden plant, Crocus augustifolius, of the iris family, native to the Crimean mountains, having orange-red flowers.
noun 1. a roller, located at the front of a loom, on which woven material is wound after it leaves the breast beam.
[klawth, kloth] /klɔθ, klɒθ/ noun, plural cloths [klawth z, kloth z, klawths, kloths] /klɔðz, klɒðz, klɔθs, klɒθs/ (Show IPA) 1. a fabric formed by weaving, felting, etc., from wool, hair, silk, flax, cotton, or other fiber, used for garments, upholstery, and many other items. 2. a piece of such a fabric for a particular purpose: […]
noun 1. 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.