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Definition

Quick

adjective
Performing a brief action at a high rate of speed.

noun
The living, or very sensitive, tender flesh usually around fingernails or claws.

History & Etymology

The Proto-Indo-European root for the word quick is gwei- which meant “to live.” This became words in Old High German like quec meaning lively, or keck in German meaning “bold.” The Proto-Germanic root for these words was kwikwaz. This became cwic in Old English.

Sources

https://www.etymonline.com/word/quick#etymonline_v_3190

http://0-www.oed.com.catalog.multcolib.org/view/Entry/156418?rskey=u1w2WT&result=2&isAdvanced=false#eid

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/quick

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