ilka

ilka

[il-kuh]
adjective Chiefly Scot.
every; each.

Origin:
1150–1200; Middle English; orig. phrase ilk a each one. See ilk2, a1

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ilk or ilka2 (ɪlk, ˈɪlkə)
 
determiner
(Scot) each; every
 
[Old English ǣlc each (+ a1)]
 
ilka or ilka2
 
determiner
 
[Old English ǣlc each (+ a1)]

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