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Okment, n. (Origin and meaning obscure; but appar. some pigment, which suggests connection with Ocker, n., ochre.) — 2 oz. lie okment, 2 oz. lie senopir; 1513–4 Rentale Dunkeld. (S.H.S.) 236.

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