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dyke

Definition of dyke

  • chiefly British spelling of

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dyke

noun \ ˈdīk \
variants: or less commonly

Definition of dyke

usually offensive

dykey

play \ˈdī-kē\ adjective, usually offensive

Origin and Etymology of dyke

origin unknown

First Known Use: 1931

in the meaning defined above


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  1. Spanish Central: Translation of dyke


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