Laker definition

lākər
A wharfman who resides near a lake.
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(UK dialectal) A player; an actor.
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(nautical, North America) A ship used on the Great Lakes.
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A Lakist; one of the Lake Poets.
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(basketball) A player for the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team.
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A surname​.
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A fish, such as the lake trout, that lives in a lake.
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A ship used on lakes.
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A fish, esp. a trout, found in lakes.
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A ship operating on lakes, esp. the Great Lakes.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
laker
Plural:
lakers

Origin of laker

  • From Middle English *lakere, *leikere, from laken, leiken (“to play, sport”), equivalent to lake (“play, sport”) +‎ -er. More at lake.

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  • From lake (“body of water”) +‎ -er.

    From Wiktionary