Haik vs Hank - What's the difference?

haik | hank |


As a proper noun haik

is .

As a noun hank is

a coil or loop of something, especially twine, yarn, or rope.

As a verb hank is

to form into hanks.

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haik

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • A covering for the head and body worn by Arabs.
  • *1809 , James Grey Jackson, An Account of the Empire of Marocco , VI:
  • *:Woollen hayks for garments are manufactured here of a curious texture, extremely light and fine, called El Haik Filelly.
  • References

    * Oxford English Reference 1996

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    hank

    English

    Proper noun

    (s)
  • .
  • (archaic) A diminutive of the given name Hankin (a medieval form of John).