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droke

[ drohk ]
/ droʊk /
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noun Canadian (chiefly Atlantic Provinces and Northwest Territories).
a valley with steeply sloping sides.
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Origin of droke

First recorded in 1779–80; of uncertain origin; compare southwest England dialect drock “wooden part of a plow” and droke “furrow, ditch; underground watercourse”
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