1. noun /suːk, sʊk/
a) Familiar name for a calf.

Dont be such a sook.

b) Familiar name for a cow.

I was so upset that I went home and had a sook about it.

2. interjection /suːk, sʊk/
a) A call for calves.
b) A call for cattle.
Syn: sookie, sookies, sooky, sooky baby

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