ROKE

Etymology

Noun

roke (plural rokes)

(UK, dialect) Mist; smoke; damp.

(UK, dialect, mining) A vein of ore.

Anagrams

• Kore, kero, kore, oker

Source: Wiktionary


Roke, n. Etym: [See Reek.]

1. Mist; smoke; damp [Prov.Eng.] [Written also roak, rook, and rouk.]

2. A vein of ore. [Pov.Eng.] Halliwell.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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