noun Classical Mythology.
Origin of Clotho
Examples from the Web for clotho
But next day, when they played in the garden, Huberta said, 'Thy father is an old tyrant to forbid thee the use of Clotho's gift.
Clotho, now and then, touched the spindle with her right hand, and made it revolve externally.Pagan Origin of Partialist Doctrines|John Claudius Pitrat
Clotho draws the thread, Lachesis turns the wheel, and Atropos cuts the string asunder when spun to a due length.The Mysteries of All Nations|James Grant
When he demanded the reason, she confessed with tears that she had no more of the golden warp that was Clotho's sacred gift.
He knew, as did the others, that any noise would bring the clotho spider swinging up its anchor-cables to the cliff-top.The Forgotten Planet|Murray Leinster
Word Origin for Clotho
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."