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ake

[eyk] /eɪk/ Obsolete
verb (used without object), aked, aking, noun
1.
ache.
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  • I wanted to see the magnificent ruins of Uxmal and ake and Labna.

    Tales of Fishes Zane Grey
  • But ake, camera in position, continued to advance and so we followed.

    In Africa

    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
  • King Harald was ready now also to mount his horse, and desired that ake should be called.

    Heimskringla Snorri Sturlason
  • Page 100  "and built another house near a ake," changed to "and built another house near a lake,"

    The Clan Fraser in Canada Alexander Fraser
  • Any other country would have sulkily responded, "Blakeakeakeake," in diminuendo to the end of the chapter.

    Nuts and Nutcrackers Charles James Lever
  • Then ake brought out great presents, which he gave to the king, and they gave each other thereafter the parting kiss.

    Heimskringla Snorri Sturlason

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