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Definition of the noun hake

What does hake mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: hake / hakes

  1. the lean flesh of a fish similar to cod
    • lexical domain: Foods & Drinks - nouns denoting foods and drinks
    • more generic word: fish = the flesh of fish used as food
  2. any of several marine food fishes related to cod

Alternative definition of the noun hake


  1. One of several species of marine gadoid fishes, of the genera Phycis, Merlucius, and allies.
  2. A drying shed, as for unburned tile.


  1. Hake the son of King Hamund and brother to Hagbard, Helvin & Hamund is a fictional character from the 1967 historical fiction film Hagbard and Signe, based on a character in the original Gesta Danorum historical text.
  2. Hake is a fictional character from the 2006 anime "Inukami!".


  1. Hake is a website.
  2. Hake is a family name.

Phrases with Hake

  1. Mud Hake
  2. Red Hake
  3. Blue Hake
  4. Cape Hake
  5. Gulf Hake
  6. white hake
  7. Cortez Hake
  8. Panama Hake
  9. silver hake
  10. Chilean Hake
  11. English Hake
  12. Longfin Hake
  13. Pacific Hake
  14. Spotted Hake
  15. Benguela Hake
  16. Carolina Hake
  17. European Hake
  18. Luminous Hake
  19. Offshore Hake
  20. Southern Hake

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Hake

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Google previewUnited States Congressional Serial Set (1878)

Well, the hake is a rather inferior fish – A. Yes. Q. Were they plenty or few 7–A. They were scattering along in the spring.

Google previewAdvances in Marine Biology (2010)

Feeding The European hake is a top predator of the demersal community in the north-east Atlantic area, preying on other fish...

Google previewThe Seafood Industry (2012)

by George J. Flick, Roy E. Martin

The hake is a member of the cod family but its body is more slender, softer, smaller, and has long feelerlike ventral fins, with only two dorsal fins. Red and white hakes are similar and not easily distinguished when marketed. One indication is ...

Google previewRecreational Fisheries of Coastal New England (1991)

by Michael R. Ross, Robert C. Biagi

The red hake is a bottom-dwelling species, occurring in greatest abundance in habitats with sand or mud substrates and temperatures of 5 to 12 degrees C (41 to 54 F). This species displays seasonal movements, in part to seek areas in its ...

Google previewBittersweet (Charles H. Spurgeon Library Book #2) (2007)

by Cathy Marie Hake

CATHY MARIE HAKE is a nurse who ...

Google previewHierarchical Perspectives on Marine Complexities (2010)

by Spencer Apollonio

Hake is a dainty fish and excellent . . . and . . . there are multitudes. [1632] There is a large-sized fish called a halibutor turbot. Some are taken so big that two men have much to do to haul them into the boat. There is such plenty that the ...

Google previewLiving & Working in Spain (1998)

How to Prepare for a Successful Stay, be it Short, Long-term Or Forever by Robert A. C. Richards

Hake is the most common type of fish, but nowadays you will find an increasing variety of other species, including salmon from Scandinavia and even Scotland at times. In the United Kingdom it is becoming increasingly difficult to find a fresh ...

Google previewHitler - Films from Germany (2012)

History, Cinema and Politics since 1945 by K. Machtans, M. Ruehl

Sabine Hake is the Texas Chair inGerman Literature and Culture intheDepartment of GermanicStudies atthe University of Texas at Austin. Sheisthe author ofsix monographs, including German National Cinema (2008), Topographies of Class: ...

Google previewThe Bookmart (1888)

by Richard Halkett

Hake is a young man, not yet forty years of age.— At the end of each volume are, first, eight or ten pages of "explanatory notes," which contain complete accounts of the poems from which passages are extracted in the text, and other apt ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Food and Drink (2014)

by John F. Mariani

HAKE (genus Urophycis). With more than a dozen species, the hake is a member of the cod family and is found in both eastern and western waters. The name is from Middle English, dating in print to circa 1325. The two main species in the ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the New-Zealand Language, and a Concise Grammar; to which are Add. a Selection of Colloquial Sentences. 1. Ed (1844)

by William Williams

Hake, s. A bonyl. (W.).” Hake, a. Crooked.

Google previewDictionary of Food (2009)

International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair

Alsocalled Swiss meringue, meringue merinhe Italy Meringues merise France Wild cherry merlan France, Spain Whiting merlano ItalyWhiting merlo marino Italy Wrasse, the fish merlu France Hake merluche France 1.Dried codor stockfish2.

Google previewMultilingual Dictionary of Fish and Fish Products (2009)

by OECD: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

NEW ZEALAND HAKE (New Zealand/ Patagonia, Chile, Argentina) MERLU AUSTRAL (Nouvelle-Ze ́lande/Patagonie, Chili, Argentine) + ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Marine Mammals (2009)

by William F. Perrin, Bernd Würsig, J.G.M. Thewissen

Figure 1 Schematic showing the complexities of predation, food-fish and fishery interactions as summarized in a minimal realistic model of Cape fur seals and Cape hake interactions off South Africa. Reproduced with permission from Punt ...



HAKE, a name properly applied to fishes of the cod family, of the genus merlucius (Ouv.), and improperly in New England ...

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Small photo of Fried hake fish with rice and tomato salad.Small photo of frozen hake fishSmall photo of frozen hake fishSmall photo of frozen hake fishSmall photo of Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain - Apr 21, 2011: Stall selling fresh fish in the market. Hake and sole freshly caught.Small photo of Cadiz, Spain - Aug 25, 2012: Stall selling fresh fish in the market, freshly caught hake, sole, cuttlefish and squid "merluza, lenguados, chocos y calamares", Cádiz, SpainSmall photo of Golden oven baked crumbed fish sticks made from hake or whitefish served on paper with lemon and tartare sauce More...

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Hake Meaning

Video shows what hake means. A hook; a pot-hook.. A kind of weapon; a pike.. The draught-irons of a plough.. hake synonyms: codling, squirrel hake. hake ...

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Scrabble value of H4A1K5E1

The value of this 4-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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