Definition: Arabic root, to sweat. a. arrack, raki, from Arabic caraq, sweat, a strong, clear liquor made of raisins; b. borage, probably from Arabic caraq, from ɔabū caraq, father of sweat. Both a and b from Arabic caraq, sweat, from cariqa, to sweat, perspire.

The American Heritage dictionary of the English language. 2015.

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