Definition of meak in English:

meak

(also meake, make)

noun

English Regional, East Anglian
rare
  • An implement with a long handle and crooked iron or blade used to pull up or cut down peas, bracken, reeds, etc. Compare pea-make, "pease-meak".

Origin

Late 15th century; earliest use found in Maldon (Essex) Court Rolls. Origin uncertain; perhaps originally a variant of mike.

Pronunciation

meak

/miːk/