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  1. cloven hoof. n. 1. A divided or cleft hoof, as in deer or cattle. Also called cloven foot. 2. Evil or Satan, often depicted as a figure with cleft hooves. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
  2. Question the motives behind their excessively over-the-top stage theatrics, or silly pseudonyms (denoting the four elements of water, fire, air, and earth) if you will, but no one can refute the fact that the members of Cloven Hoof submitted one of the most consistent debuts of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal's golden years. Indeed, this eponymous album from boasted an impressive 8/
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  4. Nevertheless these you shall not eat of them that chew the cud, or of them that divide the cloven hoof; as the camel, and the hare, and the coney: for they chew the cud, but divide not the hoof; therefore they are unclean to you.
  5. Cloven hoof definition is - a foot (as of a sheep) divided into two parts at its distal extremity.
  6. cloven hoof n. 1. A divided or cleft hoof, as in deer or cattle. Also called cloven foot. 2. Evil or Satan, often depicted as a figure with cleft hooves. cloven hoof or cloven foot n 1. (Zoology) the divided hoof of a pig, goat, cow, deer, or related animal, which consists of the two middle digits of the foot 2. the mark or symbol of Satan ˌcloven.
  7. Cloven Hoof was part of the N.W.O.B.H.M. movement. The band was active from to , and again from around onwards. The band were associated with the New Wave of British Heavy Metal movement, alongside bands such as Motörhead, Iron Maiden,Diamond Head (2) and the likes. Enduring many line-up changes through their career, only.
  8. Cloven Hoof burst onto the NWOBHM scene with quite some flair, featuring outlandish stage costumes (heavy Kiss- style makeup, futuristic-looking clothing), and bearing the stage names of Air (Lee Payne), Water (David Potter), Fire (Steve Rounds), and Earth (Kevin Poutney). The music (on their debut EP) was well received, bearing a heavy, dark NWOBHM sound with a slightly spacey feel to it.
  9. Cloven Hoof. K likes. CLOVEN HOOF George Call - Vocals Lee Payne - Bass Chris Coss - Guitar Ash Baker - Guitar Mark Bristow - DrumsFollowers: K.

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