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beek

[ beek ]
/ bik /
Scot. and North England
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verb (used with or without object)
to bask or warm in the sunshine or before a fireplace, stove, or bonfire.
(of wood) to season by exposure to heat.
noun
Obsolete. the act of basking or warming by a fire.
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Origin of beek

1200–50; Middle English beken, akin to bake (perhaps <Germanic *bōkjan)
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