blickey

noun \ˈblikē\
variants: or

blickie

\ˈblikē\ less commonly

blicky

\ˈblikē\

Definition of blickey

plural

blickeys

or

blickies

North

  1. :  a small pail; especially :  a covered metal lunch pail

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Origin and Etymology of blickey

Dutch blikje, diminutive of blik pail, tin, from Middle Dutch blic, blec; akin to Old High German bleh tin, Old Norse blik gleam, Old English blice act of becoming visible, Old High German bleih pale


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