Clava can refer to:
- Mu Boötis, a triple star system in the constellation Boötes.
- Clava cairn, a type of Bronze Age circular chamber tomb cairn.
- Gracile nucleus, an area of the brain that participate in the sensation of fine touch and proprioception of the lower body.
- The club-like segments at the end of some insect antennae.
- Clava multicornis, a species of marine hydroid.
Usage examples of "clava".
They are staying a couple of nights at a convent in Inverness, and will be taken to see the Clava stones by their friends.
We are to be accommodated in a convent in Inverness and as soon as we have visited the Clava stones, where I shall see to it that Sister Veronica does not leave my side, we are returning to London and from there to Exeter by train.
Inverness from Stornoway and see Clava, and go home from there, if you wish.
They had stopped at the battlefield of Culloden and after that they had branched off on to the road to Grantown-on-Spey, but soon left it for a narrow road from Balloch which crossed the River Nairn and brought them within reach of the three Clava cairns.
Professor Owen and Mr Stewart share your enthusiasm for the Clava complex?
He said that Mr Stewart had suggested adding Clava to the tour and cutting out the visit to Callanish, but we, Sister and I, were not going to Callanish, so it made no difference to us.
Inverness convent had its own car and a Sister who, of course, could drive it, so four of us went to Clava and we had a most delightful day out, with the stop at Culloden on the way.
And they listened to the Cantata for Bongo in A Minor with all eighty-eight tones clear and deep from the clava drum that only Deutcher 4 could play.
Eata a clava I recalled having seen displayed at our Masking Day festivities.
Cantata for Bongo in A Minor with all eighty-eight tones clear and deep from the clava drum that only Deutcher 4 could play.
After a long time he became aware that Pale-skin squatted beside him holding two objects in his hands: a loaf of clavas and a stone bowl filled to the brim with water.