2.2 - with suffix -k (suffix -ken for plural)Algot Runeman wrote:augur
2.1 (in ancient Rome) a religious official who observed natural signs, especially the behaviour of birds, interpreting these as an indication of divine approval or disapproval of a proposed action.
Dutch augurk, the small green fruit of a plant related to the cucumber, used for pickling.
Early 17th century: Dutch augurk, gurk, from Slavic, based on medieval Greek angourion ‘cucumber’.
‘The augurken, dills and cornichons are used almost exclusively for pickles.’