Etymology
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clabber (n.)

"mud," 1824, from Irish and Gaelic clabar "mud." Also often short for bonnyclabber. As a verb, "become thick" (of milk, etc.), by 1880.

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Definitions of clabber
1
clabber (v.)
turn into curds;
Synonyms: curdle / clot
2
clabber (n.)
raw milk that has soured and thickened;
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