Scottish Vernacular Dictionary
To throw up, be sick
Example: See Tony Blair, every time I see his coupon, ah wantae boak
Glesga Glossary
Mid Ulster English
to retch, to vomit
From Scots "bowk", Middle Scots L-vocalisation with West Central monophthongisation to /o/ betraying the origins of Scottish Planters. Cognate with Old English "bealcan".

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