noun \ˈlek\

Definition of LEK

:  an assembly area where animals (as the prairie chicken) carry on display and courtship behavior; also :  an aggregation of animals assembled on a lek for courtship

Origin of LEK

Swedish, short for lekställe mating ground, from lek mating, sport + ställe place
First Known Use: 1871


plural leks or le·ke or lekë \ˈle-kə\

Definition of LEK

— see money table

Origin of LEK

First Known Use: 1927


geographical name \ˈlek\

Definition of LEK

river 40 miles (64 kilometers) Netherlands flowing W into the Atlantic; the N branch of the lower Rhine


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