Crossword clues for lok
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Lok \Lok\ (l[o^]k), Loki \Lo"ki\ (l[=o]"k), n. [Icel. Loki, perh. akin to lokka, locka to allure, entice.] (Scandinavian Myth.) The evil deity, the author of all calamities and mischief, answering to the Ahriman of the Persians.
Lok or LOK may refer to:
Lok is a village located in the Titel municipality, in the South Bačka District of Serbia. It is situated in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. The village has a Serb ethnic majority and its population numbering 1,255 people (2002 census).
LOK was a Swedish nu metal band formed in 1995 and disbanded in 2002.
Usage examples of "lok".
Roaring incoherent blasphemies, it backed down the narrow path as Lok advanced.
With one last cry of rage, it leaped into the wall of vines to one side, and Lok passed on, his low and leathery brow creased in thought.
For the first time in his twelve years of life, Lok used past experience to form a theory.
The sun dropped, stars flared overhead, and Lok found a sleeping crotch for the night.
Though he was large and unafraid, Lok wished to avoid a brush with those long, fanged jaws or the flashing armored tail.
The turbulent surface darkened, and Lok cried out once from suppressed emotion.
Another factor, in addition to simple speed or strength, had made this possible, and Lok beat against his head with a closed hand trying to call it to mind.
He had seen also a fear striker, many times as long as Lok was tall, coiled in hunger beside a trail for a whole day or night until the proper sized victim passed.
Yet the lying-in-wait alone was not the answer to the problem of his conquering the tribe, Lok felt.
How devastating, Lok thought, to step in during the insult stage and surprise his opponent with a death blow.
As soon as vivid dawn brought raucous, screaming wakefulness to the jungle, Lok continued toward the land of his tribe.
It came upon him face to face, trotting as noiselessly as Lok, a heavy-maned, full-grown male.
Then with a roar of unintelligible rage he launched himself at Lok, jaws wide and red, claws unsheathed.
He was on his feet instantly and in the air again, coming at Lok almost faster than his eye could follow.
He crouched in the grass which his fall had flattened, and roared gibberish at Lok, who held his club at ready.