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Gird and cleek or gird and cleet? I thought the former was correct but the interweb is offering a variation.

Opinions please, especially from the ancients. :lol:

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Gird and cleek or gird and cleet? I thought the former was correct but the interweb is offering a variation.

Opinions please, especially from the ancients. :)

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Cleek. Deffo.

I would agree, Rolo. BTW good tune to hoover to.

It's deffo peerie as well. :)

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Thank you The Ancients. :)

You're welcome, M. Feel free to seek my wisdom anytime and, if I remember, I will be happy to provide the answer. :D

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Hi ,

its a gird and cleet..not cleek.To cleek someone is to go arm in arm with them as they walk,you will often see wee Glasgow ladies cleeking each other along the road,and it can also be a hook,as in a meat cleek to hang stuff up in the butchers for example,

Willie.x

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