whitrack

whitrack

[hwit-rak, wit-]
noun British Dialect.
a weasel; ermine or stoat.
Also, whitret [hwit-ruht, wit-] , whitterick [hwit-er-ik, wit-] .


Origin:
dissimilated variant of Middle English whitrat. See white, rat

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