- (especially in the Arab countries) the market, especially the traditional bazaar.
Origin of suk
First recorded in 1820–30, suk is from the Arabic word sūq
- Jo·sef [yaw-zef] /ˈyɔ zɛf/, 1874–1935, Czech composer and violinist.
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Examples from the Web for suk
Suk countered that perhaps the high prices were an indicator of desperation: “Why are high prices seen as a sign of health?”
So Watt asked Suk to work out precisely what sort of instructions a hopelessly befuddled jury might be given and get back to him.
There is a wretched hamlet of Somali at Suk, which had been visited by us from Hadibo.Southern Arabia
As I write, an immense hubbub and a cry of thieves from the Suk.
To the left the tents of the Suk, mostly white and of the Turkish pattern.
Sucken, suk′n, n. (Scots law) the district round a mill, the tenants farming which must grind their corn therein.
Succotash, suk′o-tash, n. a dish consisting of a stew of green Indian corn and beans.