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Contemporary Examples

That team is led by Swedish scientist ake Sellstrom, who visited Washington recently.
Exclusive: U.S. to Bring Chemical Weapons Witnesses Out of Syria Josh Rogin May 21, 2013

Historical Examples

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

The people went to seek him; and some ran up the road that King Eirik had taken, and found ake there dead.
Heimskringla Snorri Sturlason

ake invited also King Eirik to a feast, and appointed the same day.
Heimskringla Snorri Sturlason

Any other country would have sulkily responded, “Blake—ake—ake—ake,” in diminuendo to the end of the chapter.
Nuts and Nutcrackers Charles James Lever

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

ake gave to him also good and valuable gifts; but the king answered only with few words, and mounted his horse.
Heimskringla Snorri Sturlason


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    . noun a small hardwood New Zealand tree, Dodonea viscosa, with silver leaves and reddish bark Also called ake

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    a climbing vine, Akebia quinata, of eastern Asia, bearing inconspicuous flowers and purple, edible berries, grown as an ornamental in the U.S.

  • Akee

    a tropical tree, Blighia sapida, of the soapberry family, cultivated for the edible aril of its seeds. Historical Examples It is a derivative from the words Algonquin, and akee, earth, or land. The Indian in his Wigwam Henry R. Schoolcraft It is a term derived from the word Algonquin, and akee, earth or land. The […]

  • Akela

    (in the Cub Scouts) a pack leader. Historical Examples Phao and akela were on the Rock together, and below them, every nerve strained, sat the others. The Second Jungle Book Rudyard Kipling akela occupied one of these, and the Cubs were divided into two groups. Stories of the Saints by Candle-Light Vera C. Barclay So, […]

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