Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A dialectal variant of peak, peek.
  • n. In New Zealand, a mat worn as a protection from the rain by the Maoris.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • We had local jokes ... like that 'pake' (Chinese) guy or the 'yobo' (Korean) who did this or that.

    Madelyn Dunham; American Mentor

  • Wonder what I could have done if I had used a whole pake of bubble gum

    Beat 360° 9/22/09

  • All pake must my daughter-in-law be, even as you, my son, and as

    THE TEARS OF AH KIM

  • "I will have no half-pake daughter-in-law," his mother often reiterated to Ah Kim, pake being the Hawaiian word for Chinese.

    THE TEARS OF AH KIM

  • As for you, Ah Kim, you shall always be honourable and lovable for me, and some day, when it is not necessary for you to take me by the ear, I shall marry you and come here and be with you always, and you will be the happiest pake in all Hawaii; for I have had two husbands, and gone to high school, and am most wise in making a husband happy.

    THE TEARS OF AH KIM

  • But his father beat him harder than ever when he became a missionary pake.

    THE TEARS OF AH KIM

  • His choice is the twice-widowed Li Faa, "the Silvery Moon Blossom," a woman Kim's mother violently objects to as half pake (Chinese) who wears corsets and skirts instead of trousers and who is shameless and impudent.

    “It was the Golden Fleece ready for the shearing.”

  • From the day after tomorrow (1st of October 2008) docomo introduce their “pake-hodai double” flat-rate packet charge.

    What Japan’s Pupils Think

  • Heads-up for docomo users: pake-hodai double | 世論 What Japan Thinks

    What Japan’s Pupils Think

  • Gadis pake kacamata dua jam atau tiga jam lima jam halo aku menatapmu seringkali dua kali tiga kali kau masih sembunyi dua kali tiga kali lima kali gadis pake kacamata olala

    Gadis pake kacamata

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