There are 2 definitions of eke in English:

eke1

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Pronunciation: /iːk
 
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verb

[with object] (eke something out)

Origin

Old English ēacian, ēcan (in the sense 'increase'), of Germanic origin; related to Old Norse auka.

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Pronunciation: ˌkɒlərəˈtjʊərə
noun
elaborate ornamentation of a vocal melody

There are 2 definitions of eke in English:

eke2

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Pronunciation: /iːk
 
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adverb

  • archaic term for also. speak me thy name and eke thy place of birth
    More example sentences
    • And eke thou hast my heart in hold.
    • And eke within the castle were Springoldes, gonnes, bowes, and archers.

Origin

Old English, of Germanic origin.

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