Definition of aflocht in English:

aflocht

adjective

Northern
Scottish
literary
  • In predicative use: agitated, in a flutter.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in John Bellenden (c1495–a1548), poet and translator. Apparently from on flocht (although this is first attested slightly later), with reduction of the first element.

Pronunciation:

aflocht

/əˈflɒxt//əˈflɒkt/