Definition for "clod"
- A lump or amount, specifically of earth or…
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Urban Dictionary for "clod"
- A lump or amount, specifically of earth or clay.
- planet or earth.
- A dull, stupid person; a dolt.
- a lump of one thing, specifically of planet or clay
- a stupid person; a dolt
- a lump or mass, particularly of planet, turf, or clay.
- the bottom; our planet; an area of earth or grass.
- That which is earthy as well as little relative value, as body of guy in comparison with the soul.
- A dull, gross, stupid fellow; a dolt.
- an integral part of the neck of a beef animal, or associated with the neck piece near the neck. See Illust. of Beef.
- Any swelling or size; often, a concreted mass; a clot.
- especially A lump of planet, or earth and turf; a lump of clay.
- In coal-mining, indurated clay: the equivalent of bind.
- A stretch of ground or grass; planet; earth.
- something earthy, base, and vile; poetically, the human body of man in comparison with his heart: because, “this corporeal clod,”
- A dull, gross, stupid other; a dolt.
- A bait used in fishing for eels, composed of a number of lobworms or earthworms strung on worsted yarn: also known as a bob. See clod-fishing.
- A butchers' term for a cut of beef from the fore quarter opposite the cross-rib.
- an awkward stupid individual
- a concise size
- To collect into clods, or into a thick size; to coagulate; to clot. See clot.
- To throw violently; to hurl.
- To pelt with clods or stones.
- To form into clods.
- To cover with earth, as seeds; harrow.
- To confine in what is earthy and base, as the soul in the torso.
- To put with violence.
- A dialectal variant of clothe.