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roke

[ rohk ]
/ roʊk /
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noun Metallurgy.
a seam or scratch filled with scale or slag on the surface of an ingot or bar.
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Origin of roke

First recorded in 1885–90; origin uncertain; perhaps originally dialect (N England) roke, rawk “to scratch, flaw”
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