leccan

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *lakjaną ‎(to water, wet, irrigate), causative of Proto-Germanic *lekaną ‎(to leak, drain), from Proto-Indo-European *leg(')- ‎(to leak). Cognate with Old High German lecchen, lehhan ‎(to drain, become dry), German lechzen ‎(to be parched, thirst for, long for), German lecken ‎(to leak), Dutch lekken ‎(to leak), Old Norse leka ‎(to leak, drip), Old English lacu ‎(pond, stream, lake). More at lake.

Verb[edit]

leccan

  1. to water, irrigate; wet, moisten
  2. to slake

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