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[ˈwɪkɪt], (Noun)

- each of the sets of three stumps with two bails across the top at either end of the pitch, defended by a batter.

- a small door or gate, especially one beside or in a larger one.

- a croquet hoop.

- a sticky wicket
- at the wicket
- keep wicket
- lose a wicket
- over the wicket
- round the wicket
- take a wicket

Middle English (in the sense ‘small door or grille’): from Anglo-Norman French and Old Northern French wiket; origin uncertain, usually referred to the Germanic root of Old Norse vīkja ‘to turn, move’. Cricket senses date from the late 17th century

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