sacket

noun sack·et \ˈsakə̇t\

Definition of sacket

plural

-s

  1. 1 Scottish :  a small sack or wallet

  2. 2 Scottish :  a small person especially of a rascally or stupid nature

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Origin and Etymology of sacket

Middle English sakett, from Middle French saquet, sachet small bag — more at sachet


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