One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Either of a pair of wooden bars passing through an ox-yoke at either side of an animal's neck, to which the neck straps are fixed; = "skey". Compare also "jukskei".
Early 19th century. Apparently from South African Dutch jukschei jukskei, with remodelling of the first element after yoke.
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