See also: kláda, kläda, klåda, klådă, and kładą

Old Polish edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Old Czech kláda. First attested in c. 1470. Doublet of kłoda, an inherited form.

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): (10th–15th CE) /kɫaːda/
  • IPA(key): (15th CE) /kɫɒda/

Noun edit

kłada f

  1. trunk, log, or block of wood with openings for holding prisoner's legs
    Synonym: kłoda
    • 1977-1980 [c. 1470], urowska-Górowska Wanda, Kyas Vladimir, editors, Mamotrekty staropolskie[1], [2], [3], page 96:
      W kladą in nervum (iussit eum mitti in nervum II Par 16, 10)
      [W kładę in nervum (iussit eum mitti in nervum II Par 16, 10)]

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