Etymology: From Old French encloyer, encloer, "to drive in a nail", from medieval Latin inclavare, from Latin in- + clavus "nail".
- (transitive) (obsolete) To drive a nail into a horseshoe; to lame.
- (transitive) (obsolete) To overfill; to fill to satiety; to stuff full; to clog; to overload; to burden.
- (transitive) (archaic) To be disgusting to.
- Known cognates: French enclouer
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