1) The northern equivalent of flitch, the side of an animal, salted and cured.
1318-9 Expense coquina … pro x baconibus … pro iiij flickes, Bolton Priory
1462 iiij bakon fliks, ij beffe fliks, Wawne
1541 a bes [sic for beast] flike and a bacon, Leeds
1588 foure beif flickes, Dalton. Note: 1472 John Hode is a vacabound, and ... in a place that he come to he cut asmych bacon out of a flyk as was worth iijd, unlawefully, Selby.