A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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Ake, v. Also: aik(e. Cf. Yaik. [ME. ake, aken, OE. acan.] a. tr. To cause to ache. b. intr. To ache. Hence Akand ppl. a.Baith akit was thair armis and thair handis; Clar. ii. 59.
The aikand axis extasie; Montg. Flyt. 343 (T).
Our hearts aikes for griefe; 1646 Baillie II. 348.

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