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علم أصول الكلمات [ 'lEk ] (verb.) 14th century. From Middle English leken (“to let water in or out”), of Low Saxon or North Germanic origin, compare Middle Dutch leken (“to leak, drip”), Old Norse leka (“to leak, drip”), both from Proto-Germanic *likanan (“to leak, drain”), from Proto-Indo-European *leg(')- (“to leak”). Cognate with Old English leċċan (“to water, wet”), Old High German lecchen (“to drain, become dry”), German Leck (“a leak”). More at leach, lake.