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Eyck

[ahyk]
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noun
  1. Hu·bert van [hyoo-bert van; Dutch hy-bert vahn] /ˈhyu bərt væn; Dutch ˈhü bɛrt vɑn/, Huy·brecht van [Dutch hoi-brekht vahn] /Dutch ˈhɔɪ brɛxt vɑn/, 1366–1426, and his brother Jan van [Dutch yahn vahn] /Dutch yɑn vɑn/ (Jan van Brugge), 1385?–1440: Flemish painters.
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Examples from the Web for eyck

Historical Examples

  • You must ask your grandmother to bring you over to Ten Eyck Hall.

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    Laura Dent Crane

  • Ten Eyck kindled her cigarette as delicately as he could and handed it to her.

  • Ten Eyck was on the water-wagon in penance for a recent outbreak.

  • From the telephone, when he reached it, came the voice of Ten Eyck.

  • Ten Eyck "had a dinner-job on," but promised to drop in when he could.


British Dictionary definitions for eyck

Eyck

noun
  1. See van Eyck
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