\klˈɒɡ ˈɒlmɐnˌak], \klˈɒɡ ˈɒlmɐnˌak], \k_l_ˈɒ_ɡ ˈɒ_l_m_ɐ_n_ˌa_k]\
Definitions of CLOG ALMANACK
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A primitive kind of calendar; a square piece of wood, containing three months on each of the four edges; the days are shown by notches, every seventh large sized; certain marks and symbols denote the golden number or the cycle of the moon; saints' days are marked by symbols of the several saints. Used till end of the seventeenth century; some perfect, as at Oxford. [A.S.].
By Henry Percy Smith