noun Scot. and North England.
Origin of cloot
Examples from the Web for cloots
Cloots had taken the measure of him months before and once for all, he would have said, in his smoky little village.
Cloots reckoned that he had perhaps five minutes before the stated limit.
The doctor sought no further comments on Cloots—that was quite sufficient and might serve for an epitaph.
I declare the beast is woo to the cloots and the een holes; and afore I get the fleece broken up, the rest will be done.The Shepherd's Calendar|James Hogg
Yet Cloots saw now with transfixing clarity that he did not know him in the least—could never have known him.