Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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CLUSHAN, n. “The dung of a cow, as it drops in a small heap” (Dmf. 1825 Jam.2). For form clushern, see Coo, n.1, II. 2 (3).

[Phs. the same as Cloush, clush, a lump, q.v.]

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