Definition of Clach
1. clachan [n -S] - See also: clachan
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clach
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Literary usage of Clach
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A pronouncing Gaelic dictionary: to which is prefixed a consise but most by Neil MacAlpine (1833)
"masonry, mason-work, architecture. clachAN, clach'-an ... Armstrong* clach.NA-BUL« clach-na-sul', nf the apple of the eye. ..."
2. The Past in the Present: What is Civilization? by Arthur Mitchell (1881)
"... and which are still, or very lately were, believed to possess supernatural powers. Not the least famous of these is the clach Dearg, or Stone of Ard- ..."
3. Scottish Notes and Queries edited by John Bulloch (1889)
"I do not think " Glenmore" ever visited clach Bhan, for the rock cannot be said ... Phillips, however, has evidently not visited clach Bhan, otherwise he ..."
4. The Cruise of the Betsey: Or, A Summer Ramble Among the Fossiliferous by Hugh Miller (1859)
"Imaginary Autobiography of the clach Mattock Boulder — Its Creation — Its ... THE natural, and, if I may so speak, topographical, history of the clach ..."
5. The Picture of Scotland by Robert Chambers (1827)
"of the Town House, where it is fixed or set into a circle of sandstones for its preservation. This is called the clach-na- ..."