Definition of Becked
1. beck [v] - See also: beck
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Becked
Literary usage of Becked
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Scottish Historical and Romantic Ballads: Chiefly Ancient; with Explanatory by John Finlay (1808)
"... sune she rose, And stately on she swam, Stopped in the midst, an' becked.J-and sang To him to stretch his han'. Gowden glist the yellow links, ..."
2. Sir George Carew's Scroll of Arms 1588 [collected from Churches in by George Carew Totnes, Joseph Holland (1901)
"I hadd y' of Mr. Som'sett by the name of [Sr. H.] John Dinge [and in Mr. CB boo. this coat Mr. Smyth of London, but becked, ..."
3. DEVON AND CORNWALL NOTES & QUERIES. (1901)
"I hadd y' of Mr. Som'sett by the name of [Sr. H.] John Dinge [and in Mr. CB boo. Ms coat Mr. Smyth of London, but becked, ..."