from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See clon.
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Webber coined the term "clone," from the Greek klon, to refer to the technique of propagating new plants using cuttings, bulbs or buds.
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They are sometimes served during lulls in riots. klondyke, klon derogatory nickname for any female prison employee.