[klawth-uh v-gohld, kloth-] /ˈklɔθ əvˈgoʊld, ˈklɒθ-/
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.
/kləˈtɪldə/ noun 1. ?475–?545 ad, wife of Clovis I of the Franks, whom she converted (496) to Christianity