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Definition rick

Etymology 1

From Middle English *rykke, from Old English hrycce (“rick, heap, pile”), cognate with Scots ruk (“rick”), Norwegian ruka (“rick, haystack”). Related also to Old English hrēac (“rick, stack”), from Proto-Germanic *hraukaz (“heap”). Further relations: Dutch rook, Norwegian rauk, Swedish rök, Icelandic hraukur.

Noun

rick (plural ricks)

  1. Straw, hay etc. stored in a stack for winter fodder, commonly protected with thatch.
  2. (US) A stack of wood, especially cut to a regular length; also used as a measure of wood, typically four by eight feet.
Verb

rick (third-person singular simple present ricks, present participle ricking, simple past and past participle ricked)

  1. To heap up (hay, etc.) in ricks.

Etymology 2

From earlier wrick, from Middle English wricken, wrikken (“to move back and forth”), probably from Middle Dutch *verwricken or Middle Low German vorwricken. Cognate with West Frisian wrikke, wrikje, Dutch wrikken, Low German wricken, German wricken, Danish vrikke, Swedish vricka.

Verb

rick (third-person singular simple present ricks, present participle ricking, simple past and past participle ricked)

  1. To slightly sprain or strain the neck, back, ankle etc.

Etymology 3

Abbreviated form from recruit.

Noun

rick (plural ricks)

  1. (military, derogatory and demeaning) A brand new (naive) boot camp inductee.

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