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haik also haick  audio  (hk, hk) KEY 

NOUN:
A large piece of cotton, silk, or wool cloth worn as an outer garment in Morocco.

ETYMOLOGY:
Moroccan Arabic 'ik, from Arabic, weaver, active participle of ka, to weave; see wk in Semitic roots


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