Drake

Meaning as a surname: `Dragon` or standard bearer`.
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drake

[n] - English explorer and admiral who was the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe and who helped to defeat the Spanish Armada (1540-1596) 2. [n] - adult male of a wild or domestic duck
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Drake

Series of 1st class armoured cruisers [UK]
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Drake

Drake (drāk) noun [ Akin to LG. drake , Old High German antrache , anetrecho , German enterich , Icelandic andriki , Danish andrik , OSw. andrak , andrage , masc., and from Anglo-Saxon ened , fem., duck; akin to Dutch eend
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Drake

Drake noun [ Anglo-Saxon draca dragon, Latin draco . See Dragon .] 1. A dragon. [ Obsolete] « Beowulf resolves to kill the drake J. A. Harrison (Beowulf). 2. A small piece of artillery. [ Obsolete] « Two or three shots, made ...
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drake

1. The male of the duck kind. ... 2. [Cf. Dragon fly, under Dragon] The drake fly. 'The drake will mount steeple height into the air.' (Walton) Drake fly, a kind of fly, sometimes used in angling. 'The dark drake fly, good in August.' (Walton) ... Origin: Akin to LG. Drake, OHG. Antrache, anetrecho, G. Enterich, Icel. Andriki, Dan. Andrik, OSw. And...
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drake

noun adult male of a wild or domestic duck
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Drake

• (n.) A small piece of artillery. • (n.) A dragon. • (n.) The drake fly. • (n.) Wild oats, brome grass, or darnel grass; -- called also drawk, dravick, and drank. • (n.) The male of the duck kind.
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Drake

[ship] Several ships have been named Drake: ...
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Drake

[ward] In common with much of the city, many buildings in this ward were destroyed or damaged during the Plymouth Blitz of World War II. In one fatal incident, on the night of 22 April 1941, a bomb fell on the Portland Square air-raid shelter killing over 70 civilians, including a mother and her six children. Human remains were found in the...
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Drake

Drake is an English name for boys. The meaning is `dragon` The name Drake is most commonly given to American boys. The name sounds like: Dirke, Deryke
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Drake

an adult male duck
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