cuk

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See also: -cuk and чук

Albanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Dialectal variant of quk and çuk.

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cuk (first-person singular past tense cuka, participle cukur)

  1. I pierce (with a sharp, thin object, needle, thorn, stinger, prickle etc)
  2. I tease, provoke (with words or gestures)

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Czech[edit]

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From German Zug.

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cuk m

  1. (slang) train

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Volapük[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Italian ciuco (/ˈt͡ʃuko/), from Latin cicur

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cuk (nominative plural cuks)

  1. donkey, ass (equid)

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