[fleyk-lit] /ˈfleɪk lɪt/
a small , as of snow.
[fleyk] /fleɪk/ verb, flaked, flaking. 1. flake out, Slang. to fall asleep; take a nap. /fleɪk/ noun 1. a small thin piece or layer chipped off or detached from an object or substance; scale 2. a small piece or particle: a flake of snow 3. a thin layer or stratum 4. (archaeol) 5. (slang, mainly […]
[fleyk] /fleɪk/ noun 1. a small, flat, thin piece, especially one that has been or become detached from a larger piece or mass: flakes of old paint. 2. any small piece or mass: a flake of snow. 3. a stratum or layer. 4. Slang. an eccentric person; screwball. 5. Slang. . 6. a usually broad, […]
noun 1. a Paleolithic or later stone tool made from a flake struck from a larger core. flake tool A stone tool consisting of a flake that is often modified by further chipping or flaking. Although sharp-edged flakes removed in the production of core tools were presumably used as cutting tools by early humans, true […]
noun 1. . noun 1. a pigment made from flakes of white lead