"kick" Definition

  1. a moment; “I’ll be there in a KICK,” _i.e._, in a moment.
  2. a pocket; _Gaelic_, CUACH, a bowl, a nest; _Scotch_, QUAIGH.
  3. a sixpence; “two and a KICK,” two shillings and sixpence.

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Position in the dictionary: 1867 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: kick over the traces, kick the bucket, kick up, kickeraboo, kickseys, kickshaws, kicksy, kid, kid-on, kidden
Previous words in the dictionary: kibosh, key of the street, kettle of fish, ketch, kervorten, kent rag, kennedy, ken, kelter, keep it up

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