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Proper nounEdit


  1. A male nickname.
    • 1995, Donna E. Norton, Through the eyes of a child: an introduction to children's literature (page 418)
      This book contains mostly humorous animal poems by poets such as Spike Milligan, Theodore Roethke, and Rudyard Kipling.
    • 2013 Zadie Smith, N-W, Hamish Hamilton, →ISBN, page 238:
      He was meant to be called Benjamin, but he arrived with a little tuft of hair on top of his head, like a spike, and they called him Spike for three days, and then recalled a romantic, childless afternoon, years earlier, spent watching a matinee revival of She's Gotta Have It.




Spike m

case singular plural
nominative der Spike die Spikes
genitive des Spikes der Spikes
dative dem Spike den Spikes
accusative den Spike die Spikes
  1. spike (nail or something similar to it)

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