tucian

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From Proto-Germanic *teuh-, *teug- (to draw, pull, tug) (compare also *tukkōną), from Proto-Indo-European *dewk-

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tūcian

  1. to disturb, mistreat, ill-treat; offend; afflict, harass, vex
  2. to punish, torment

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