Hoick (verb) (BrEn)
Lift or pull abruptly or with effort.
Late 19th century: perhaps a variant of hike.
“She hoicked her bag up onto the desk and insisted on seeing the manager.”
“Just hoick up the anchor and let’s get going.”
With regard to, or at the level of, orders in a taxonomic system; according to an ordinal number, system, etc.; on an ordinal scale; with regard to order.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in The Edinburgh Review. From ordinal + -ly.