hake hake  /ˈheɪk/


  1. (n) the lean flesh of a fish similar to cod
  2. (n) any of several marine food fishes related to cod


  1. The baby hake on the menu at El Rodat in Javea, Spain, is a marvel of equilibrium.
  2. Pacific hake bring a low price because they are used to make fish meal, but the net has also caught ocean perch and other food fish.
  3. He had gone to sea at 17, dory-trawling for haddock, hake and scrod from ramshackle schooners on the stormy Newfoundland banks.


  1. Sensational Shmoo still sought after

    Cowles Syndicate Inc. This Shmoo has helped humankind as a "household deodorizer." It sold for $183 in a Hake's auction in York, Pa., in 2012. It is only 5 1/2 inches tall and has its original foil label.
    on July 11, 2013     Source: Everett Herald

  2. The Hake Kitchen & Bar brasserie brings new dining model to La Jolla

    Ricardo Dondisch is hoping the brasserie concept at his new restaurant, The Hake, catches on with locals. Named for a type of fish, the idea behind the establishment is to offer a gathering spot for people to enjoy globally inspired fare (primarily seafood) in a neighborhood-type setting.
    on July 10, 2013     Source: La Jolla Light


  1. "I am very honored to represent Staff Sergeant Christopher Hake and his family in the Legislature," said Jackson, R-Enid. "Men and women like Christopher are the reason we have these rights and liberties that we take for granted every day. I...
    on Apr 2, 2008 By: Mike Jackson Source: KSWO

  2. "Dover sole is excellent value from £4.50 a pound," added George Osborne. "Cheap white fish is plentiful and ideal for use in pies or stews. Hake is still recommended at £2 a pound."
    on Feb 26, 2009 By: George Osborne Source: New Statesman

  3. On that evening in New York City, when we taped the show and talked about hake, Peggy said, "I've not seen a corned-hake fishball in a long time. Do they still have them?"
    on Nov 26, 2003 By: Peggy Cass Source: Christian Science Monitor

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