rakki

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rakki

  1. (disparaging) mongrel, mutt, pooch, cur (mixed-breed dog)
  2. (slang) pooch (dog)
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rakki

  1. (nautical) truss (rope or iron used to keep the centre of a yard to the mast)

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From Old Norse rakki, related to Old English ræcc.

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rakki m (genitive singular rakka, nominative plural rakkar)

  1. dog

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