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ake

[eyk]Obsolete
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verb (used without object), aked, ak·ing, noun
  1. ache.
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  • I wanted to see the magnificent ruins of Uxmal and Ake and Labna.

  • But Ake, camera in position, continued to advance and so we followed.

    In Africa</p>

    John T. McCutcheon

  • Ake invited also King Eirik to a feast, and appointed the same day.

    Heimskringla

    Snorri Sturlason

  • Ake the bonde had formerly been King Halfdan the Black s man.

    Heimskringla

    Snorri Sturlason

  • On this the king out with his sword, and gave Ake his deathwound.

    Heimskringla

    Snorri Sturlason


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