Origin of laker
Examples from the Web for laker
They dutifully attend his soccer games, sit front row at Laker games, and spent their summer surfing in Malibu.Romeo Beckham Models For Burberry in New Campaign Shot by Mario Testino
December 17, 2012
Having former L.A. Laker (and self-professed 38-year-old virgin) A.C. Green in to speak will set you back $5,000 to $10,000.God vs. The Saints
February 6, 2010
He had no record of the name given, but remembered it distinctly to be Laker.
As a matter of fact, I had a notion that Laker wasn't alone in it.
He can't tell you who he is for a bit, but I believe he's Laker.
They watch Laker, observe the round he takes, and his habits.
In any case I determined not to be prejudiced by what I had heard of Laker's betting.
- a cargo vessel used on lakes
Word Origin and History for laker
used of people or things associated in various ways with a lake or lakes, including tourists to the English Lake country (1798); the poets (Wordsworth, etc.) who settled in that region (1814); boats on the North American Great Lakes (1887), and a person whose work is on lakes (1838); see lake (n.1). The U.S. professional basketball team began 1947 as the Minneapolis Lakers, where the name was appropriate; before the 1960-1 season it moved to Los Angeles, but the name was kept.