traik

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Etymology[edit]

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Noun[edit]

traik (plural traiks)

  1. (Scots) plague, pestilence; mutton from a sheep that has died rather than being slaughtered

Verb[edit]

traik (third-person singular simple present traiks, present participle traiking, simple past and past participle traiked)

  1. (Scots) To decline in health

Anagrams[edit]


Torres Strait Creole[edit]

Etymology[edit]

English track.

Noun[edit]

traik

  1. (anatomy) the sole of the foot
  2. (anatomy) the foot

Usage notes[edit]

Dialectal differences between meaning “the sole” and “the entire foot”.

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