Originated in the earlyu 1940s used, by butchers to communicate with their often lonely bitches and or dawgs. The verb 'to cleap' simply means to rankleshankle an animal with such vigour or vitality that the vital organs of said animal, are sent flying out of the animal and into the mouth of any watching shoppers.
"Oh aye, pat, wants ye, t'to t'go up t'shop, and cleap a t'young, maidnely sheep? Yes, pat, i do like t'mushy peas."
by Grexor and Jutang November 16, 2004