Fleck definition

flĕk
A tiny mark or spot.

Flecks of mica in the rock.

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To cover or sprinkle with flecks; speckle.
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A lock, as of wool.

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A small spot or streak; a speckle.
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To mark with small spots.
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A surname​.
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A small bit or flake.

A fleck of dandruff.

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To spot or streak.

The path was flecked with sunlight.

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A spot or small patch of color, etc.; speck.

Flecks of sunlight.

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A small piece; particle; flake.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
fleck
Plural:
flecks

Origin of fleck

  • Probably from Middle English flekked spotted Old Norse flekkr spot

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Middle English flekked, from Old Norse flekka (“to spot”), from Proto-Germanic *flekk-.

    From Wiktionary