, awake, bake, betake, Blake, brake, break, cake, crake, drake, fake, flake, forsake, hake, Jake, lake, make, mistake, opaque, partake, quake, rake, sake, shake, sheikh, slake, snake, splake, stake, steak, strake, take, undertake, wake, wideawake
•bellyache • clambake • headache
•backache • pancake • teacake
•seedcake • beefcake • cheesecake
•fishcake • johnnycake • tipsy cake
•rock cake • shortcake • oatcake
•oilcake • fruitcake • cupcake
•pat-a-cake • cornflake • snowflake
•rattlesnake • handbrake • mandrake
•heartbreak • airbrake • daybreak
•jailbreak • canebrake • windbreak
•tiebreak • corncrake • outbreak
•footbrake • muckrake • earache
•firebreak • namesake • keepsake
•handshake • milkshake • heartache
•beefsteak • sweepstake • stocktake
•out-take • uptake • grubstake
•wapentake • toothache • seaquake
•kittiwake • moonquake • earthquake
a flake of snow, esp. a feathery ice crystal, typically displaying delicate sixfold symmetry.
a white-flowered Eurasian plant (Genus Leucojum) related to and resembling the snowdrop, typically blooming in the summer or autumn.
Informal A network made up of nodes that can each support a number of end-user devices, with the nodes themselves connected in an arbitrary configuration. A number of Ethernet hubs each supporting end-user systems connected by twisted pairs, with the hubs interconnected by coaxial cable
or optical fiber, might be described as a snowflake.
The result of the accumulation of ice crystals in a varied array of shapes. Very low temperatures usually result in small flakes; formation at temperatures near freezing point produces numerous crystals in large flakes.
The result of the growth of ice crystals in a varied array of shapes. Very low temperatures usually result in small flakes; formation at temperatures near freezing point produces numerous crystals in large flakes.