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ilka

See also: Ilka

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From ilk + a

AdjectiveEdit

ilka (not comparable)

  1. (Scotland or archaic) Each or every
    • 1919, Sir Harry Lauder, Between You and Me[1]:
      But the bobby kens me fine--I've bailed John oot twice, for a guinea ilka time, and they recognize steady customers there like anywheres else! "

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ScotsEdit

AdjectiveEdit

ilka

  1. Each or every
    • 1827 December 22, Various, The Mirror Of Literature, Amusement, And Instruction[2]:
      Sae saying, I gared him climb a rape by whilk he gat abune the riggin o' the bield, then steeking to the door thro' whilk he gaed, I jimp had trailed doun the rape, when in rinned twa red coat chiels, who couping ilka ane i' their gait begun to touzle out the ben, and the de'il gaed o'er Jock Wabster.