Meaning of alkin in English:

alkin

(also awkin, allkins)

adjective

dialect, rare Scottish, British, Midlands English
  • Of every kind or sort; every kind of, all kinds of.

Origin

Old English; earliest use found in Aelfric's Colloquy. In some forms from all + kin.

Pronunciation

alkin

/ˈɔːlkɪn/