Cloven

Clo"ven

(kl"v'n), p. p. & a. from Cleave, v. t.
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To show the cloven foot or To show the cloven hoof, to reveal a devilish character, or betray an evil purpose, notwithstanding disguises, -- Satan being represented dramatically and symbolically as having cloven hoofs.
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{

Clo"ven-foot`ed

(?),

Clo"ven-hoofed`

(?) }, a. Having the foot or hoof divided into two parts, as the ox.
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