from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An ear of corn.
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- noun a
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A low-wattage? icker of recognition came to his face.
They spoke sweetly and didn't play games, and I never saw the ﬂ icker of distance in their eyes.
[6-4] _Daimen-icker_ means an ear of corn occasionally.
A daimen-icker [6-4] in a thrave [6-5] 'S a sma 'request:
A daimen icker in a thrave [odd ear, 24 sheaves] 'S a sma 'request; [Is]
A daimen-icker, a corn-ear now and then; thrave, shock.
A daimen icker in a thrave  'S a sma 'request:
 Burns's Lines to a Mouse: "a daimen-icker in a thrave," that is, an ear of corn out of two dozen sheaves.
_Daimen_, rare, now and then; _Daimen icker_, an ear of corn occasionally.
A daimen icker in a thrave 'S a sma 'request; I'll get a blessin wi' the lave, An 'never miss't.