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dawk

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[ dawk, dahk ]
/ dɔk, dɑk /
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noun
dak.
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Other definitions for dawk (2 of 2)

dawk2
[ dawk ]
/ dɔk /

noun
a person who advocates neither a conciliatory nor a belligerent national attitude.

Origin of dawk

2
1965–70; d(ove)1 + (h)awk1

OTHER WORDS FROM dawk

dawkish, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for dawk (1 of 2)

dawk1
/ (dɔːk) /

noun
a variant spelling of dak

British Dictionary definitions for dawk (2 of 2)

dawk2
/ (dɔːk) /

noun
dialect a Northern English dialect word for hand
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