What does CLOT mean?

Definitions for CLOTklɒt

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. clot, coagulum(verb)

    a lump of material formed from the content of a liquid

  2. clot, coagulate(verb)

    change from a liquid to a thickened or solid state

    "coagulated blood"

  3. clot, coagulate(verb)

    cause to change from a liquid to a solid or thickened state

  4. curdle, clabber, clot(verb)

    turn into curds

    "curdled milk"

  5. clog, clot(verb)

    coalesce or unite in a mass

    "Blood clots"


  1. clot(Noun)

    A solidified mass of blood.

  2. clot(Noun)

    A silly person.

  3. clot(Verb)

    To form into a clot or mass

  4. clot(Verb)

    To cause to clot or form into a mass

  5. Origin: See clout.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Clot(noun)

    a concretion or coagulation; esp. a soft, slimy, coagulated mass, as of blood; a coagulum

  2. Clot(verb)

    to concrete, coagulate, or thicken, as soft or fluid matter by evaporation; to become a cot or clod

  3. Clot(verb)

    to form into a slimy mass

  4. Origin: [OE. clot, clodde, clod; akin to D. kloot ball, G. kloss clod, dumpling, klotz block, Dan. klods, Sw. klot bowl, globe, klots block; cf. AS. clte bur. Cf. Clod, n., Clutter to clot.]


  1. Clot

    Clot is a station serving line 1 and line 2 of the Barcelona Metro. The Line 1 station, opened in 1951, was built below Avinguda Meridiana between Carrer Aragó and Carrer València, and is arranged according to the Spanish solution with both side and central platforms. The lower-level Line 2 station is below Carrer València. The Renfe regional and Rodalies commuter train station El Clot-Aragó is connected to Clot metro station via line 1. It offers connections to R1 and R2 Rodalies trains and to Ca2 regional trains.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Clot

    klot, n. a mass of soft or fluid matter concreted, as blood.—v.i. to form into clots: to coagulate:—pr.p. clot′ting; pa.p. clot′ted.—n. Clot′poll (Shak.), a clodpoll, a blockhead.—v.t. Clot′ter, to coagulate.—ns. Clot′tiness; Clot′ting, coagulation.—adj. Clot′ty.—Clotted (also Clouted) cream, a famous Devonshire dainty, skimmed off milk that has been 'scalded' or heated after standing 24 hours, with a little sugar thrown on the top. [A.S. clott, a clod of earth; cf. Dut. klos, block; Dan. klods; Ger. klotz.]

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of CLOT in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of CLOT in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Pamela Burgwinkle:

    I had a patient who developed a clot after spending long periods of time in tight spaces.

  2. Daniel Williams:

    If blood in the penis has already clotted, they may also need to use a needle to flush out the blood clot and get normal, healthy blood flowing back into the tissue.

  3. Patricia Lauder:

    My heart had enlarged to about 65% beyond its (normal) capacity, because of the clot, initially, the pressure in her right ventricle was very dilated and not functioning well.

  4. Yana Vinogradova:

    Some women are at higher risk of( blood clot) because of family history or other medical conditions and doctors will already take account of these factors when advising women regarding their options for contraception.

  5. Ruth Mellor:

    Getting to hospital quickly is particularly important for patients who suffer certain types of stroke, because they can benefit from clot busting drugs, but only if these are given within hospital within 4.5 hours of symptoms starting, we knew from earlier research that people who have a stroke can take a long time to get to hospital and wanted to understand why that was.

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From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

  • пресичам се, съсирек, глупак, съсирвам сеBulgarian
  • Klumpen bilden, Blutgerinnsel, Trottel, klumpenGerman
  • coagularse, coáguloSpanish
  • hyytymä, tolloFinnish
  • coaguler, imbecile, idiot, caillot, caillerFrench
  • vérrögHungarian
  • grumelo, grumeleskarIdo
  • stupido, coagulo, trombo, grumo, imbecille, idiotaItalian
  • 塊, 凝血Japanese
  • tepe, tetepe, tepetepe, poketotoMāori
  • klonteren, idioot, stommeling, stollen, klonterDutch
  • krzepnąćPolish
  • trombo, coáguloPortuguese
  • cheag, închegaRomanian
  • запечься, свернуться, сгущать, сгустить, свёртываться, сгусток, сгущаться, болван, свёртывать, сгуститься, свернуть, запекатьсяRussian
  • pıhtılaşmak, pıhtıTurkish

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