trok etymology

Dutch word trok comes from Proto-Germanic *trakjaną ((transitive) to drag.)

Detailed word origin of trok

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*trakjaną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) (transitive) to drag.
*trecken Old Dutch (odt)
trecken Middle Dutch (dum) This term needs a translation to English. Please help out and add a translation, then remove the text .
trekken Dutch (nld) (intransitive) to migrate. (intransitive, Belgium) to photograph, take a picture. (intransitive, vulgar) to jerk off, masturbate. (transitive) to manage, to have the strength for. (transitive) to pull, to draw.
trok Dutch (nld) (Brabantian) current of air, draft.

Words with the same origin as trok

Descendants of *trakjaną
aantrekking aftrekking betrekking handelsbetrekking omtrek samentrekking teruggetrokkenheid terugtrekking trek trekdier trekhaak trekkast trekken trekpaard trekpop trekschuit treksprinkhaan trekvaart trekvis trekvogel trekzak