Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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CLAIK-BANE, n. comb. The same as clatter-bane, see Clatter-banes. Ags. 1825  Jam.2 s.v. clatter-bane:
Your tongue gangs like the claik-bane in a duke's [duck's] back-side.

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