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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English quick.

AdverbEdit

quik

  1. immediately, at once, at a moment's notice
    Facez quik ta laboro, nam ol tre urjas.
    Do that work immediately, since it is very urgent.

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EtymologyEdit

From Old English cwic, from Proto-Germanic *kwikwaz, from Proto-Indo-European *gʷih₃wós.

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AdjectiveEdit

quik (plural and weak singular quike, comparative quikere, superlative quikeste)

  1. living, alive, active
  2. active, alert
  3. vibrant, powerful, forceful, effective, apparent
  4. keen, perceptive
  5. fast, speedy, quick

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NounEdit

quik (plural quikes or quik)

  1. living being

AdverbEdit

quik

  1. quickly, immediately
  2. while living

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