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Clotho

[ kloh-thoh ]
/ ˈkloʊ θoʊ /
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noun Classical Mythology.
the Fate who spins the thread of life.
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Origin of Clotho

<Latin <Greek Klōthṓ literally, Spinner, equivalent to klṓth(ein) to spin + suffix used in feminine names
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British Dictionary definitions for Clotho

Clotho
/ (ˈkləʊθəʊ) /

noun
Greek myth one of the three Fates, spinner of the thread of life

Word Origin for Clotho

Latin, from Greek Klōtho, one who spins, from klōthein to spin
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