[klin-id] /ˈklɪn ɪd/
any of the blennioid fishes of the family Clinidae, of tropical and subtropical seas.
belonging or pertaining to the family Clinidae.
[klingk] /klɪŋk/ verb (used with or without object) 1. to make or cause to make a light, sharp, ringing sound: The coins clinked together. He clinked the fork against a glass. noun 2. a clinking sound. 3. Metallurgy. a small crack in a steel ingot resulting from uneven expanding or contracting. 4. a pointed steel […]
[kling-ker] /ˈklɪŋ kər/ noun 1. a mass of incombustible matter fused together, as in the burning of coal. 2. a hard Dutch brick, used especially for paving. 3. a partially vitrified mass of brick. 4. the scale of oxide formed on iron during forging. 5. Geology. a mass of vitrified material ejected from a volcano. […]
[kling-ker-bilt] /ˈklɪŋ kərˌbɪlt/ adjective 1. faced or surfaced with boards, plates, etc., each course of which overlaps the one below, lapstrake. 2. Also, clincher-built. Shipbuilding. noting a hull whose shell is formed of planking (clinker planking) or plating (clinker plating) in which each strake overlaps the next one below and is overlapped by the next […]
[kling-ki-tee-klangk] /ˈklɪŋ kɪ tiˈklæŋk/ noun 1. a succession of alternating and clanks: the clinkety-clank of armored vehicles on the rough road.