Liverpool Slang
informed: "who'd clatted?" p.142; "My mam wouldn't clat.. she's not a clatter" p.142; "the old woman...had clatted on him to the scuffers"

English dialects glossary. 2013.

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  • clat — I. ˈklat noun ( s) Etymology: perhaps variant of clot (I) dialect Britain : a clot or clod (as of dirt or dung); also : a dirty condition : mess II …   Useful english dictionary

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