Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An outer garment worn during the fifteenth century in western Europe, the form and character of which are not certain. It appears to have been often decorated with fur.
- To cloak.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete An outer garment worn in Europe in the Middle Ages.
- Old French huque, Latin huca; compare Danish(?) huik. (Wiktionary)
“And please, for the love of everything noble, remember this: Pheremones do not dance. huke Says:”
“And as we were thus in conference, there came one that seemed to be a messenger, in a rich huke, that spake with the Jew; whereupon he turned to me, and said, “You will pardon me, for I am commanded away in haste.””
“To be cleared from his doubts the royal poet ventures into the kingdom of Venus, and finds her stretched on her couch, her white shoulders covered with "ane huke," a loose dress that Chaucer had not placed upon them.”
“And as we were thus in conference, there came one that seemed to be a messenger, in a rich huke, 21 that spake with the Jew: whereupon he turned to me and said; You will pardon me, for I am commanded away in haste.”
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“At the forest reserve we had a 40min huke up a hill, or so and there were given our harnesses.”
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