(in American English
) or dyke
(in British English
- A long wall built to keep out the sea, or enclose land, see dike (construction)
- A ditch
- A long mass of minerals, usually an intrusion of igneous rocks, filling up rents or fissures in the original strata. (partly plagarized from Webster's, please modify) See dike (geology).
Dike is also the Greek goddess of moral justice, see Dike (goddess)
See also dyke for other meanings under that spelling.
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