Claik translates from Doric to a gossip. It can also be used as describing someone who is gossiping, claikin.
As an example:
Aat wifie fa bides aroon the neuk is an affa claik, she is aye claikin ower her waa tae her neebour.
Which in English means:
That woman who lives around the corner is an awful gossip, she is always gossiping over her wall to her neighbour.
See also Clype.
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