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birk

 (bûrk)
n. Scots
Birch.

[Middle English, from Old English birce; see birch.]

birk

(bɪrk; bɜːk)
n
1. a birch tree
2. (Forestry) (plural) a birch wood
adj
consisting or made of birch
[C14: from Old Norse; compare birch]
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