kebbuck

noun
keb·​buck | \ ˈke-bək \
variants: or kebbock

Definition of kebbuck

dialectal British
: a whole wheel or ball of cheese

First Known Use of kebbuck

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for kebbuck

Middle English (Scots dialect) cabok, from Scottish Gaelic ceapag

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