Eke

Eke (ēk) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Eked ; present participle & verbal noun Eking .] [ Anglo-Saxon ēkan , ȳkan ; akin to OFries, āka , Old Saxon ...kian , Old Hi...
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Eke

Eke adverb [ Anglo-Saxon eác ; akin to OFries. ák , Old Saxon ...k , Dutch ...ok , Old High German ouh , G. auch , Icelandic auk , Swedish och and, Danish og , Goth. auk for, but. Prob. from the preceding verb.] In addition; ...
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Eke

Eke noun An addition. [ R.] « Clumsy ekes that may well be spared.» Geddes.
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Eke

• (adv.) In addition; also; likewise. • (v. t.) To increase; to add to; to augment; -- now commonly used with out, the notion conveyed being to add to, or piece out by a laborious, inferior, or scanty addition; as, to eke out a scanty supply of one kind with some other. • (n.) An addition.
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Eke

Eke is a cultivated variety of potato.
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eke

in addition; also; likewise
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