Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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AIK, v. To drive. [ek] Cai. c.1920 4 :
He aiked 'e horse on a stook.
Cai. 1931 3 :
'E coo aiked her heid in 'e side o' 'e scroo. (She drove her head into the stack of corn.)

[Cf. Ag, v.1, and Aig, v.]

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