This weeks WOTW is: clack
Here’s a usage of the word clack you may not be familiar with:
Get that down yer clack, son.
He’s got no clacker he hasn’t.
Clack, or clacker, then is the gullet. I’ve hunted high and low for the origins of this usage, which is found in Northern England, but believe it stems from the traditional sense:
To make or cause to make a succession of short, sharp sounds.
You could apply this to the gulping sound we make when drinking quickly. Just a thought, but it’d be nice to get some more input on it.