Common 5 letter words ending in K with meaning

Rojak 1. Parts of Speech:


2. Definitions:

a traditional fruit and vegetable salad dish popular in Southeast Asia, especially in Malaysia and Singapore.

3. Pronunciations:
  • US: /roh-jahk/
  • UK: /roh-jahk/
4. Origin and Usage:

The word "rojak" comes from the Malay language, which means "mixture" or "eclectic mix". Rojak is a popular dish in Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia. It is usually made up of a mix of fruits and vegetables, such as cucumber, pineapple, jicama, bean sprouts, and tofu, and is topped with a sweet and spicy sauce made from shrimp paste, chili, and palm sugar.

5. Synonyms:


6. Related Words:
  • joker
  • karoo
  • korai
  • korat
  • korun
7. Example Sentences:
  • She ordered a plate of rojak from the hawker stall.
  • The rojak was a refreshing mix of sweet and spicy flavors.
  • He enjoyed the crunchy texture of the fruits and vegetables in the rojak.
Stark Parts of Speech

Adjective, Adverb, Verb

  1. Severe or bare in appearance or outline
  2. Complete, sheer, or absolute
  3. Bluntly or sternly plain; not softened or glamorized
  4. Utterly or completely
  5. To make something completely empty or bare
  • US: /stɑrk/
  • UK: /stɑːk/
Origin and Usage

The word "stark" originated from the Old English word "stearc," meaning stiff or strong. Its usage has evolved over time and is now used to describe something that is severe, bare, complete, or absolute. It is commonly used in literature and everyday language to describe something that is harsh, unadorned, or blunt.

  • Harsh
  • Bare
  • Unadorned
  • Blunt
  • Sheer
Related Words
  • Start
  • Stare
  • Stack
  • Stake
  • Stall
Example Sentences
  1. The stark landscape was both beautiful and desolate.
  2. Her stark honesty was refreshing.
  3. The contrast between the stark black and white was striking.
  4. He was left with a stark choice: stay and fight or flee.
  5. The hurricane left the town stark and empty.
Brook 1. Parts of Speech:

Noun, verb

2. Definitions:
  • Noun: A small stream or creek.
  • Verb: To tolerate or endure something.
3. Pronunciations:
  • US: /brʊk/
  • UK: /brʊk/
4. Origin and Usage:

The word "brook" originated from Old English "brōc" which means "stream". It has been used in English since the 10th century. As a noun, "brook" refers to a small stream or creek. As a verb, it means to tolerate or endure something.

5. Synonyms:
  • Noun: Stream, creek, rivulet, runnel, rill.
  • Verb: Tolerate, endure, stand, bear, suffer.
6. Related Words:

Brood, crook, shook, spook, stook.

7. Example Sentences:
  • The children loved to play in the brook behind their house.
  • She couldn brook the idea of leaving her cat behind when she moved.
1. Parts of Speech: Verb 2. Definitions: - (past participle of "slink") moved in a quiet, sneaky, or cowardly way - (archaic) crept away secretly or furtively 3. Pronunciations: - US: /slʌŋk/ - UK: /slʌŋk/ 4. Origin and Usage: - "Slunk" is the past participle of the verb "slink," which means to move smoothly and quietly with a guilty or sneaky feeling. It is believed to have originated from the Middle Low German word "slunken," which means to sneak away. "Slunk" is commonly used in literature and speech to describe someone or something that has moved in a sneaky or cowardly way. 5. Synonyms: crept, sneaked, skulked, lurked 6. Related Words: skulk, sneak, crawl, glide, tiptoe 7. Example Sentences: - The cat slunk away from the scene of the crime. - She slunk into the room, hoping not to be noticed. - The thief slunk down the alley, trying to avoid detection.
Parts of Speech:

Taluk is a noun.


A taluk is a subdivision of a district in India, usually consisting of several villages.


US: /ˈtɑːlʌk/

UK: /ˈtælʊk/

Origin and Usage:

The word taluk comes from the Hindi and Urdu word "tāluk" which means "subdivision". It is commonly used in India to refer to a subdivision of a district, similar to a county in the United States.


Taluka, Tehsil, Mandal, Sub-district.

Related Words:

Lucky, Talky, Tweak, Fluke, Chalk.

Example Sentences:
  • The taluk is responsible for the administration of several villages in the district.
  • The taluk office is located in the center of the town.
  • The taluk has its own police station and hospital.
  • The taluk is known for its rich cultural heritage and historical monuments.