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coak

[kohk] /koʊk/
noun, Carpentry.
1.
(in a scarf joint) a tenon in one member fitting into a corresponding recess of the other.
2.
a dowel through overlapping timbers to prevent one from sliding across the other.
Origin of coak
1785-1795
First recorded in 1785-95; of uncertain origin
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