flack·​er | \ ˈflakə(r)\
-ed/-ing/-s

Definition of flacker

dialectal, England

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History and Etymology for flacker

Middle English flakeren; akin to Middle Dutch flackeren to flutter, Middle High German vlackern to flicker, Old Norse flökra to roam around, and perhaps to Latin plangere to beat

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