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Roke \Roke\, n. [See Reek.]

  1. Mist; smoke; damp [Prov. Eng.] [Written also roak, rook, and rouk.]

  2. A vein of ore. [Pov.Eng.]

Usage examples of "roak".

The frieze depicted the arrival of Roak and his five sons and daughters to the Falls over a thousand years before.

Each panel depicted the single most important event in the reign of a Myrcian monarch, from Cadoc, favoured son of Roak, to Kentos, the Golden Sanctor himself.

Sandray shoved Roak away and he fell backwards, sprawling onto the ground.