A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)
Cluddie, Cludy, a. [f. prec. Cf. Cloudy a.] Cloudy, clouded.
In forme of fire this Haly Spreit apperit, Thair cludy mynd with fire wer [sic] to attend; Kennedy Pass. Christ 1673.
Na fortoun may aganis me availl, Thoucht scho with cludy stormis me assaill; Bell. Boece I. p. xi.
Quhill … Hesperous put up his cluddie hude; Henr. Fab. 616.
The passing pilgrime most susteine, In this his irksum voyage, cluddie cair; J. Stewart 205 § 23.
A day, Coulde, cluddie, short, & full of woe; Fowler 120/82.
With fedret wings … To fle syne … Out throw the cluddie air; Burel Pilgr. ii. xi.
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