/ (ˈnɪkɪˈtæm) /
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Scot a strap or string secured round a trouser leg below the knee, formerly worn esp by farm workers to keep the trouser bottoms clear of dirt
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Word Origin for nicky-tam
C20: from knicker + tam, taum a fishing line or string
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nick-nack, nickname, nickpoint, Nicky, nicky nicky nine doors, nicky-tam, Nicobarese, Nicobar Islands, Nicodemus, niçoise, niçoise olive
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