Definition of weedhook

  1. :  a hook to cut weeds; specifically :  a curved steel rod attached by one end to a plow beam and extending to the front and side of the plow bottom for bending over weeds so that they are completely buried in a furrow bottom by the furrow slice

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Origin and Etymology of weedhook

Middle English wedehoke, from Old English wēodhōc, from wēod weed + hōc hook

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