lacu

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Latin[edit]

Noun[edit]

lacū

  1. ablative singular of lacus

Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *lakō, *lakiz ‎(stream, pool, water aggregation", originally "ditch, drainage, seep), from Proto-Germanic *lakjaną ‎(to water, wet, irrigate, drain), causative of Proto-Germanic *lekaną ‎(to leak, drain), from Proto-Indo-European *leǵ- ‎(to leak). Cognate with Old Saxon laca ‎(in placenames, lake, stream, brook), Old High German lacha ‎(pool, water collected in a ditch, swamp), Middle Dutch lāke ‎(pond, lake, stream, brook), Middle Low German lāke ‎(water pooled in a riverbed), Old Norse lækr ‎(slow flowing stream), Old English leċċan ‎(to make wet, moisten), Old Norse leka ‎(to drip, leak). More at leak.

Noun[edit]

lacu f

  1. pool, pond
  2. expanse of water, lake
  3. stream, watercourse

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Sicilian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin lacus.

Noun[edit]

lacu m

  1. lake