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Middle English, from Old English lēac.

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Leek

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Leeks

Leek (plural Leeks)
  1. The vegetable Allium ampeloprasum var. porrum, of the lily family, having edible leaves and an onion-like bulb but with a milder flavour than the onion.

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From Latin lāicus (layman, laic), from Ancient Greek λαϊκός (laikos), of the people), from λαός (laos), the people).

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Leek m. (plural leken, diminutive leekje, diminutive plural leekjes)

  1. A layman, non-clergyman
  2. A layman, non-expert, amateur
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  1. (obsolete) lay, worldly, secular, profane
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Patrono:Gem[[Category:nl:Patrono:Gem derivations|Leek]], cognate with German gleichen.

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Leek

  1. The singular past indicative of lijken.

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Patrono:Gem[[Category:nl:Patrono:Gem derivations|Leek]], cognate with lek, lekken and English (to/a) leak

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Leek

  1. The first-person singular present indicative of leken.
  2. The imperative of leken.

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Leek m. (plural leken, diminutive leekje, diminutive plural leekjes)

  1. A leak(ing)
  2. A drop
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Cognate with laak, Latin lacus, English lake.

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Leek (plural leken, diminutive leekje, diminutive plural leekjes)

  1. A small body of water, like a pool; gave rise to place names

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Unknown; local dialect in the Dutch region Betuwe.

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Leek (plural leken, diminutive leekje, diminutive plural leekjes)

  1. (botany) The plant Rumex crispus
  2. (by extension) Related plants of that genus: sorrel, dock
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leek

  1. A blaze, flame, fire

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