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traik

[treyk] /treɪk/
verb (used without object), Scot.
1.
to become ill or lose one's good health.
2.
to stroll, wander, or stray.
Origin of traik
1500-1510
First recorded in 1500-10; origin uncertain
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  • Why, because I am a girl, should the poor lady be traiked all over the world in an agony of dispeace?

    Patsy S. R. Crockett

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