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How to Pronounce clotho?

Correct pronunciation for the word "clotho" is [klˈɒθə͡ʊ], [klˈɒθə‍ʊ], [k_l_ˈɒ_θ_əʊ].

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"Clotho" in context

Clotho is the first of The Three Fates. It is sometimes referred to as the spinner of life and is represented by a female figure carrying a spinning wheel, symbolizing the power to shape and create the destiny of mortal lives. In ancient Greek mythology, Clotho was seen as the fate of weaving the thread of life from birth to death, spinning and measuring it in the process. Aside from being associated with the act of creating one's destiny, she was also seen as being able to help the gods avoid the consequences of their actions.

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Usage over time for clotho:

This graph shows how "clotho" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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