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First published 1937 (DOST Vol. I).
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Cloggand, n. [Variant of Clo-, Clowgang.] In Orkney: Pastureland. — 1623 Barry Orkney 468.
That it shall not be lawsum to any man, at any time of day, … to go through his neighbours cloggand or commonty with ane sheep-dog

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