- (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
To the left the tents of the Suk, mostly white and of the Turkish pattern.
As I write, an immense hubbub and a cry of thieves from the Suk.
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.