A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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Cloudy, Clowdy, a. [ME. cloudy (c 1300), clowdy (OE. clúdiᵹ rocky, hilly).] Cloudy, clouded. With clowdy gaddering of myrknes Clethand him; Troy-bk. ii. 1661.
Quhen old Saturn his cloudy cours had gon; Wall. ix. 7.
To entyr … In clowdy skyis vndre Capricorn; Doug. vii. Prol. 8.
The skyis clowdy mantill wall; Ib. xii. Prol. 23.

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