vb. (context UK dialect English) To play (in the sense opposed to work).
Usage examples of "laik".
In the first place the whole herd of peccaries began to snap and grunt laik fury till the noise of the cyclone simmahd down into a sort of pitiful whine, laik the whine of a whipped dog.
Winds, laik everything else, are amenable to control, if you only know how to control them.
Jest laik some ob de old mahogany furniture dat was in our fambily down Souf.
Massa Tom, he seemed laik he was more special interested in mah mule, Boomerang.