(third-person singular simple present troaks, present participle troaking, simple past and past participle troaked)
To barter or trade, especially outside a government monopoly.
From Scotstroak, troke (“to barter, truck”), from Middle English trukken, trukien (> English truck), from Old French troquier, of Germanic origin. Compare GermanTrug (“deceit, trickery, deception”). More at truck.