pleck

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English pleck, plek, perhaps a variation of plack, or perhaps from an unrecorded Old English *plecc ‎(spot, mark), from Proto-Germanic *plakjō ‎(spot, stain). Cognate with West Frisian plak ‎(place, location, spot), Dutch plek ‎(place, spot, patch), Low German Plakk, Plakke ‎(spot, place, patch). More at patch.

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Noun[edit]

pleck ‎(plural plecks)

  1. (Britain dialectal) A plot of ground.