clūd, m.n: a stone, rock, hill. (KLOOD / ˈkluːd)

Medieval manuscript historiated initial E, in which a haloed man is asleep on a small hill while a man with a book watches; in the foreground are two creatures resembling lion cubs.
St Patrick resting on a hill while visionary beasts frolic, in Wauchier de Denain’s Lives of Saints; France (Paris), 13th century; British Library, Royal MS 20 D. vi, f. 213v. []