The Dictionary of the Scots Language his monie entries for CLUD or CLOOD.
The Dictionary of the Scots Language includes a quotation from Edinburgh in 1894:
'The stour flew up in cloods an' set a'body hoastin.'
Ye micht wint tae look at the online Dictionary of the Scots Language for 'clud':
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A dense cloud of smoke can be 'smuir'. 'Drumlie' can mean cloudy.
Dae ye yaise ither wirds that relate tae weather?
SLD his a wee 'Say it in Scots!' buik wi phrases relatin tae weather. See thir wabsteid for mair details.
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