Definition of Steik. Meaning of Steik. Synonyms of Steik

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Definition of Steik

Steik
Steek Steek, Steik Steik, v. t. [Cf. Stick, v. t.] To pierce with a sharp instrument; hence, to stitch; to sew; also, to fix; to fasten. [Scot.]
Steik
Steik Steik, v. t. See Steek. [Scot.]

Meaning of Steik from wikipedia

- A steak (/ˈsteɪk/) is a meat generally sliced across the muscle fibers, potentially including a bone. Exceptions, in which the meat is sliced parallel...
- (French pronunciation: ​[stɛk‿o pwavʁ], Quebec French pronunciation : [stei̯k‿o pwɑːvʁ]) or pepper steak is a French dish that consists of a steak, traditionally...
- Book, Which the mighty God of heaven shoop. Open, open Heaven's Yaits, Steik, Steik, ****'s Yaits. All the saints be better, That hear the white prayer Pater...
- stain steina (="to paint") stammer stemma (="to hinder, dam up") steak steik, steikja (="to fry") sway sveigja (="to bend, swing, give way") sick "syk"...
- January 2011. Goto, from the perl.syn (Perl syntax) manual "GOTO for Java". steik. July 6, 2009. Archived from the original on June 15, 2012. Retrieved April...
- "What tongue does your auld bookie speak?" He'll spier; an' I, his mou to steik: "No bein' fit to write in Gr****, I write in Lallan, Dear to my heart as...
- "What tongue does your auld bookie speak?" He'll spier; an' I, his mou to steik: "No bein' fit to write in Gr****, I wrote in Lallan, Dear to my heart as...
- beefsteak, from beef (< OFr buef "ox; beef", cf. Sp buey)+ steak (< ON steik, cf. Eng stick)) bigote "moustache" (< maybe German bei Gott, "by God")...
- saltire also formed the background of the lion's tongue and claws; "ane blew steik of sey to the banar for the schip with Sanct Androis cors in the myddis"...
- (*)gwou- "ox, bull, cow" ) + steak, from Middle English steyke, from Old Norse steik "piece of meat cooked on a spit", from Germanic (*)stik-, see estaca below...
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