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nacket

noun nack·et \ˈnakə̇t\

Definition of nacket

plural

-s

Scottish

  1. :  a mischievous or brattish boy

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Origin and Etymology of nacket

obsolete Scots nacket caddie at tennis, from Middle French naquet valet, caddie at tennis, probably from naquer to bite, gnaw, cheat, of imitative origin


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nacket

noun nack·et \"\

Definition of nacket

plural

-s

  1. 1 Scottish :  a light lunch

  2. 2 Scottish :  a small cake resembling a pasty

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Origin and Etymology of nacket

perhaps contraction of noon cate


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