\ ˈpük \

Definition of pook

 (Entry 1 of 3)

dialectal, England
: to pile (a cut crop) into heaps or small stacks


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plural -s

Definition of pook (Entry 2 of 3)

dialectal, chiefly England
: a heap or small stack of a crop especially of hay or grain that has been cut and is temporarily stored in the field during one stage of harvesting
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Definition of pook (Entry 3 of 3)

chiefly Scottish
: to pluck or pull at

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“Pook.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/pook. Accessed 20 Sep. 2020.

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