smicker

intransitive verb smick·er \ˈsmikə(r)\

Definition of smicker

archaic

  1. :  to ogle and smile amorously —used with at or after

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Origin and Etymology of smicker

probably of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Swedish smikra, smikkra to flatter, Danish smigre; akin to Old English smicer handsome, elegant, smācian to flatter, Old High German smehhar slender, bismītan to defile, stain — more at smite


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