Meaning of lake
- a large area of water surrounded by land.
boys were swimming in the lake
late Old English (denoting a pond or pool), from Old French lac, from Latin lacus ‘basin, pool, lake’.
an insoluble pigment made by combining a soluble organic dye and an insoluble mordant.
early 17th century: variant of lac1.
Information about lake
- It is a name.
- The plural form of lake is: lakes.
- Languages in which lake is used:
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Hyphenation of lake
- It consists of 1 syllables and 4 chars.
- lake is a word monosyllabic because it has one syllable
Meaning a small body of still water formed naturally or by artificial means:
Meaning a small area of still water, typically one formed naturally:
Meaning a small mountain lake:
Meaning a large natural or artificial lake used as a source of water supply:
Meaning a small freshwater lake near a larger lake or river:
Meaning a depression in which water collects, especially one that is regularly drunk from by animals:
Meaning an act or period of swimming:
Meaning a lake:
Meaning a small loch:
Meaning Irish form of loch:
Meaning (in the southern US) a marshy outlet of a lake or river:
Meaning used to emphasize how small or insignificant someone or something is:
Translation of lake
Anagrams of lake
Words that rhyme with lake
Lake, Alake, Blake, blake, clake, Woodlake, cornflake, flake, snowflake, sootflake, wheatflake, Kinglake, inlake, splake, uplake, interlake, Grayslake, aslake, forslake, slake, Eastlake, Mortlake, mortlake, Hoylake