What does wicket mean?

Definitions for wicket
ˈwɪk ɪtwick·et

Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word wicket.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. wicketnoun

    cricket equipment consisting of a set of three stumps topped by crosspieces; used in playing cricket

  2. wicket, hoopnoun

    a small arch used as croquet equipment

  3. wicket, wicket door, wicket gatenoun

    small gate or door (especially one that is part of a larger door)

  4. wicket, lattice, grillenoun

    small opening (like a window in a door) through which business can be transacted

Wiktionary

  1. wicketnoun

    A small door or gate, especially one associated with a larger one

    Etymology: From viquet, from (specifically, Old East Norse) víkjas.

  2. wicketnoun

    A small window or other opening, sometimes fitted with a grating.

    Etymology: From viquet, from (specifically, Old East Norse) víkjas.

  3. wicketnoun

    A service window, as in a bank or train station, where a customer conducts transactions with a teller; a at a rail station.

    Etymology: From viquet, from (specifically, Old East Norse) víkjas.

  4. wicketnoun

    One of the two wooden structures at each end of the pitch, consisting of three vertical stumps and two bails; the target for the bowler, defended by the batsman

    Etymology: From viquet, from (specifically, Old East Norse) víkjas.

  5. wicketnoun

    A dismissal; the act of a batsman getting out

    Etymology: From viquet, from (specifically, Old East Norse) víkjas.

  6. wicketnoun

    The period during which two batsmen bat together

    Etymology: From viquet, from (specifically, Old East Norse) víkjas.

  7. wicketnoun

    The pitch

    Etymology: From viquet, from (specifically, Old East Norse) víkjas.

  8. wicketnoun

    The area around the stumps where the batsmen stand

    Etymology: From viquet, from (specifically, Old East Norse) víkjas.

  9. wicketnoun

    (Croquet) Any of the small arches through which the balls are driven

    Etymology: From viquet, from (specifically, Old East Norse) víkjas.

  10. wicketnoun

    A temporary metal attachment that one attaches one's lift-ticket to.

    Etymology: From viquet, from (specifically, Old East Norse) víkjas.

  11. wicketnoun

    an angle bracket when used in HTML

    Etymology: From viquet, from (specifically, Old East Norse) víkjas.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Wicketnoun

    a small gate or door, especially one forming part of, or placed near, a larger door or gate; a narrow opening or entrance cut in or beside a door or gate, or the door which is used to close such entrance or aperture. Piers Plowman

    Etymology: [OE. wiket, OF. wiket, guichet, F. quichet; probably of Scand. origin; cf. Icel. vk a small creek, inlet, bay, vik a corner.]

  2. Wicketnoun

    a small gate by which the chamber of canal locks is emptied, or by which the amount of water passing to a water wheel is regulated

    Etymology: [OE. wiket, OF. wiket, guichet, F. quichet; probably of Scand. origin; cf. Icel. vk a small creek, inlet, bay, vik a corner.]

  3. Wicketnoun

    a small framework at which the ball is bowled. It consists of three rods, or stumps, set vertically in the ground, with one or two short rods, called bails, lying horizontally across the top

    Etymology: [OE. wiket, OF. wiket, guichet, F. quichet; probably of Scand. origin; cf. Icel. vk a small creek, inlet, bay, vik a corner.]

  4. Wicketnoun

    the ground on which the wickets are set

    Etymology: [OE. wiket, OF. wiket, guichet, F. quichet; probably of Scand. origin; cf. Icel. vk a small creek, inlet, bay, vik a corner.]

  5. Wicketnoun

    a place of shelter made of the boughs of trees, -- used by lumbermen, etc

    Etymology: [OE. wiket, OF. wiket, guichet, F. quichet; probably of Scand. origin; cf. Icel. vk a small creek, inlet, bay, vik a corner.]

  6. Wicketnoun

    the space between the pillars, in postand-stall working

    Etymology: [OE. wiket, OF. wiket, guichet, F. quichet; probably of Scand. origin; cf. Icel. vk a small creek, inlet, bay, vik a corner.]

Freebase

  1. Wicket

    In the sport of cricket the word wicket has several distinct meanings:

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Wicket

    wik′et, n. a small gate: one of three upright rods bowled at in cricket: a batsman's stay at the wicket: the ground where the wickets are placed.—ns. Wick′et-door, -gate, a wicket; Wick′et-keep′er, in cricket, the fieldsman who stands immediately behind the wicket. [O. Fr. wiket (Fr. guichet), a dim. form, prob. from Ice. vik-inn, pa.p. of víkja, to move; cf. A.S. wícan, to bend.]

Dictionary of Nautical Terms

  1. wicket

    A small door in the gate of a fortress, for use by foot-passengers when the gate is closed.

Military Dictionary and Gazetteer

  1. wicket

    A small door in the gate of a fortified place, affording a free passage to the people without opening the great gate.

British National Corpus

  1. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'wicket' in Nouns Frequency: #2474

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of wicket in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of wicket in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of wicket in a Sentence

  1. Anuj Somany:

    The game of cricket is on a very weak wicket in an era of internet as not many people are interested in watching it by buying ticket from the money in own pocket.

  2. Anuj Somany:

    Marriage is a ticket to freedom often to enjoy herself for woman, but to man it is a hit-wicket condition.

  3. Rajitha Senaratne:

    All the projects will continue, because we can't stop them. We have already signed agreements, we are on a weak wicket.

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  • palo, luukku, keskialue, aukko, sivuovi, pesä, pikkuovi, portti, hila, veräjä, laavu, kulmasulkuFinnish
  • воро́тца, кали́ткаRussian

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