Louk meaning

To weed; pull up weeds.
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Alternative form of lock.
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(obsolete) An accomplice; partner; comrade.
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Origin of louk

  • From Middle English louken, lowken, from Old English lūcan (“to pluck out, pull up”), from Proto-Germanic *lūkaną, *leukaną (“to break, pluck, pull”), from Proto-Indo-European *lūǵ- (“to break”). Cognate with Middle Low German lūken (“to pull, pull up”), German liechen (“to pluck”), Danish luge (“to hatch”), Latin luctor (“wrestle, fight”, verb).
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  • From Middle English louken, from Old English lūcan (“to close, lock”), from Proto-Germanic *lūkaną (“to close, lock”), from Proto-Indo-European *leug- (“to bend, turn”). More at lock.
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  • From Middle English louk, louke, loke, of uncertain origin.
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