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rick (n.)

"stack of hay, straw, etc.," especially if regularly built and thatched to keep off rain, Middle English reke, from Old English hreac, from Proto-Germanic *khraukaz (source also of Old Norse hraukr, Frisian reak, Dutch rook "heap"); perhaps related to ridge (n.).

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Definitions of rick from WordNet
1
rick (v.)
pile in ricks;
rick hay
rick (v.)
twist suddenly so as to sprain;
Synonyms: twist / sprain / wrench / turn / wrick
2
rick (n.)
a painful muscle spasm especially in the neck or back (`rick' and `wrick' are British);
Synonyms: crick / kink / wrick
rick (n.)
a stack of hay;
Synonyms: haystack / hayrick
From wordnet.princeton.edu