polākõz

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polākõz

  1. boy, kid
  2. (card games) jack
  3. (a stake to tie a rope to for pulling out a fishing net)
    • Tiit-Rein Viitso, Valts Ernštreits (2012–2013), Līvõkīel-ēstikīel-lețkīel sõnārōntõz, Tartu, Rīga: TÜ, LVA
      merk jūs vȯļ vel seļļi pū, polākõz nutīz; se vȯļ, kus kieuž um; siz võtīz polākõ käddõ ja viedīz kieud ilz
      next to "merk" (~ aim, goal, marked location) there was also this stake, it was called fishing net "merk" stake, it was where the rope was, then [one] grabbed the fishing net "merk" stake and pulled the rope out

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