Definition of pot-clip in US English:

pot-clip

noun

English Regional, Scottish, Northern
rare, historical
  • A device for suspending a pot or cauldron over a fire, especially one consisting of two iron rods jointed together, with hooks at the free ends to hold the brim of the pot.

Origin

Late Middle English. From pot + clip. Compare pot-kilp.

Pronunciation

pot-clip

/ˈpɒtklɪp/