From Old Norse aka (“to drive, sail, navigate”), from Proto-Germanic *akaną.
aik (third-person singular simple present aiks, present participle aiking, simple past and past participle aiked)
- (Northern England, Scotland, rare) To drive.
The herd aiked his neat out to the leas.
From Middle English ook, oke, aik, ake, from Old English āc (also as Old English ǣċ), from Proto-Germanic *aiks, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂eyǵ- (“oak”).
aik (plural aiks)
- (now obsolete, poetic) oak