like



like

1.interj. an emphatic or meaningless word that, when said frequently, marks the speaker as speaking in a very casual or slangy mode. (see also like, you know. Used in writing only for effect.) This is, like, so silly!
2.interj. a particle meaning roughly saying. (Always with some form of be. Never used in formal writing.) And I’m like, “Well, you should have put your hat on!”
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Common Names:

NameGenderPronouncedUsage
Meginfrid-Ancient Germanic
Geoffroyzhaw-FRAHFrench
GalahadGAL-ə-had (English)Arthurian Romance
Eytan-Hebrew
ZojaZOI-ah (Polish)Polish, Macedonian
InkaEENG-kah (Finnish), ING-kah (German)Frisian, Finnish, German