or dauk, dawk!!!
Origin of dak
Definition for dak (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for dak
It is in Dak a living passive participial suffix combined with the like suffix -an, forming wa(h)an.
I E ska tarry, Gk kta possess; Dak kta defer, tarry, used also as sign of future tense.
There is a good serai or inn for native travellers, and a dak bungalow or resting-place for Europeans.
A S ni negative; Dak ni prefix in nicha none and base of negative words in shni not combined with reflexive sa.
Our travellers descended once more to the plains of Hindostan, and crossed the peninsula by dak to Bombay.Bruin|Mayne Reid
British Dictionary definitions for dak (1 of 2)
noun (formerly, in India)
- a system of mail delivery or passenger transport by relays of bearers or horses stationed at intervals along a route
- (as modifier)dak bearers