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old english (anglo-saxon)
lacu > kake

This name derives from the Middle English “lake”, meaning “lake, watercourse, body of water”, from the Old English “lacu”, meaning “lake, pond, pool, stream, watercourse”. Despite their similarity in form and meaning, English lake is not related to Latin “lacus” (hollow, lake, pond). Lake is also a fairly common surname recorded in England before the 13th century.

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