glaikit

or glaik·et

[ gley-kit ]
/ ˈgleɪ kɪt /
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adjective Chiefly Scot.

foolish; giddy; flighty.

Nearby words

  1. gladstone bag,
  2. gladstone, william ewart,
  3. gladwrap,
  4. gladys,
  5. glagolitic,
  6. glair,
  7. glaire,
  8. glaireous,
  9. glairy,
  10. glaive

Origin of glaikit

1400–50; late Middle English < ?

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British Dictionary definitions for glaikit

glaikit

glaiket

/ (ˈɡleɪkɪt) /

adjective

Scot foolish; silly; thoughtlessa glaiket expression
Derived Formsglaikitness or glaiketness, noun

Word Origin for glaikit

C15: of obscure origin

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