traik

[ treyk ]
/ treɪk /
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verb (used without object) Scot.

to become ill or lose one's good health.
to stroll, wander, or stray.

Nearby words

  1. tragion,
  2. tragopan,
  3. tragus,
  4. traherne,
  5. traherne, thomas,
  6. trail,
  7. trail away,
  8. trail bike,
  9. trail boss,
  10. trail herd

Origin of traik

First recorded in 1500–10; origin uncertain

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Examples from the Web for traiked

  • Why, because I am a girl, should the poor lady be traiked all over the world in an agony of dispeace?

    Patsy|S. R. Crockett