- an archaic and dialect word for which
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Examples from the Web for whilk
"Whilk it does not in this case," said John Splendid, seemingly in a mood to humour the man.John Splendid
The doolfu' compensation, o' whilk men say he had his share.
Whilk when he had read, he scripped and said, "Homines obscuri."
But, why were you no here by the cotch o' whilk ye advised me.
Nois is "nose," hoill is "hole," quhilk (whilk) is "which," and be is "by."Balder The Beautiful, Vol. I.
Sir James George Frazer