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whicker

[ hwik-er, wik- ]
/ ˈʰwɪk ər, ˈwɪk- /
Chiefly New England and South Atlantic States.
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verb (used without object)
to whinny; neigh.
noun
a whinny; neigh.
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Origin of whicker

1650–60; whick- (compare Old English hwicung squeaking, said of mice) + -er6; akin to German wiehern to neigh
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British Dictionary definitions for whicker

whicker
/ (ˈwɪkə) /

verb
(intr) (of a horse) to whinny or neigh; nicker

Word Origin for whicker

C17: of imitative origin
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