walkien

Middle EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Old English wealcian, cognate with Middle Dutch walken (to knead, press, full) German walke (to tan, knead, beat).

VerbEdit

walkien (simple past walked, past participle walked)

  1. to roll up, muffle up

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Last modified on 28 December 2011, at 08:37