[ drook ]
/ druk /
verb (used with object) Scot.
to wet thoroughly; drench.
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Origin of drouk
1505–15; <Old Norse drukna to be drowned; cognate with Old English druncnian to drown
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British Dictionary definitions for drouk
/ (drʊk) /
(tr) Scot to drench; soak
Word Origin for drouk
C16: of uncertain origin; compare Old Norse drukna to be drowned
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