clearn v With off, out, up [Blend of clean + clear] Cf clearn adv
To clean or clear off (or out, up).
1909 DN 3.352 eAL, wGA, Clearn up or clean up new ground is often heard. 1913 in 2003 Soc. Descendants J. de la Montagne News Letter 18.2063 cwNY, When it warms up so you wont take cold, go down & clearn out the stove pipe & start a small fire to take out the dampnes & clearn off the slats on the kill.