DSL - SND1   CLAGGERT, Clawgyerd, ppl.adj. ``Draggled'' (Upper Deeside 1917 (per Abd.8)); ``besmeared'' (Cai.7 1936, clawgyerd).
    [From an unrecorded frequentative of CLAG, to besmear, etc. E.D.D. gives clagger for Cum. and Wm. meaning to cling to, to hold on to, from clag, idem.]