Kilick

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Kilick

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The nautical term Killick can be traced back to many of the isles of the British Empire from as early as the 17th century, the spelling varies from locale to locale and may be seen as any of the following; Killick, Killock, Kelleck, Kellegh, Keeleg. The Killick is a small anchor made of a heavy stone surrounded by a wooden frame, typically used to moor small fishing vessels.

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