stook

noun
\ ˈstük , ˈstu̇k\

Definition of stook

chiefly British

Other Words from stook

stook transitive verb, chiefly British

First Known Use of stook

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for stook

Middle English stouk; akin to Old English stocc stock — more at stock

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