Definition of Paiking
1. paik [v] - See also: paik
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Literary usage of Paiking
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1824)
"It's ay a pleasure to you to be paiking at him—I wonder you're not wearied o't. TICKLER. I am wearied of it—but duty, Hogg, duty ! . H о GO. ..."
2. Bouvier's Law Dictionary and Concise Encyclopedia by John Bouvier, Francis Rawle (1914)
"See IM- paiking THE OBLIGATION OF CONTRACTS. Such is the right of choosing under forms and restrictions prescribed by the legislature, officers of local ..."
3. The Jurist, Or, Quarterly Journal of Jurisprudence and Legislation by William S. Hein & Company (1828)
"... upon close ir.quiry, be found to be distinctly referable to other causer, and especially to the paiking of Sir Samuel ..."
4. Noctes Ambrosianæ by John Wilson, Robert Shelton Mackenzie, James Hogg (1863)
"It's aye a pleasure to you to be paiking at him—I wonder you're not wearied o't. Tickler. Even so let it be. My word, I'll give him a dose. Hogg. ..."
5. The Legal Observer, Or, Journal of Jurisprudence (1837)
"... and Piccadilly, Trunk and paiking Case Maker. Graham, Off. Ass: Cranc/i & Son, New London street. March 21. Lloyd, Hugh Bevan, Hav, Brecon, ..."
6. The Weavers' Craft: Being a History of the Weavers' Incorporation of by Daniel Thomson (1903)
"... out early that morning, still celebrating the New Year, had fallen into a row, done a little mauling and paiking all round, and got pulled up as above. ..."