HOIK

Etymology

Noun

hoik (countable and uncountable, plural hoiks)

(cricket, countable) A wild hook shot played without style.

(NZ) Sputum.

Verb

hoik (third-person singular simple present hoiks, present participle hoiking, simple past and past participle hoiked)

(cricket) To play such a shot.

(informal, transitive) To lift (a heavy object) carelessly; hoist.

(informal, transitive) To throw something out.

(NZ) To spit.

Anagrams

• Hiko, hoki

Source: Wiktionary



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