toquer

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French toquer, tocquer (to touch, strike), from Old French *tocquer, from Vulgar Latin *toccāre (to knock, strike, offend), from Frankish *tokkōn, *tukkōn (to touch), from Proto-Germanic *tukkōną, *tukkijaną (to jerk, knock, strike, offend), from Proto-Indo-European *dewk- (to pull, draw). Cognate with Old Dutch tocken, tucken (to touch, entise), Old English tucian, tūcian (to mistreat, disturb, torment). More at touch.

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Verb[edit]

toquer

  1. (transitive) to bother, to dog
  2. (transitive) to hit, to tap, to bang, to knock

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