quik

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English quick.

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quik

  1. immediately, at once, at a moment's notice
    Facez quik ta laboro, nam ol tre urjas.
    Do that work immediately, since it is very urgent.

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Etymology[edit]

From Old English cwic, from Proto-West Germanic *kwik(k)w, from Proto-Germanic *kwikwaz, from Proto-Indo-European *gʷih₃wós.

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quik (plural and weak singular quike, comparative quikere, superlative quikeste)

  1. living, alive, active
  2. active, alert
  3. vibrant, powerful, forceful, effective, apparent
  4. keen, perceptive
  5. fast, speedy, quick

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  • English: quick
  • Scots: quik, queke, queik

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Noun[edit]

quik (plural quikes or quik)

  1. living being

Adverb[edit]

quik

  1. quickly, immediately
  2. while living

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