To abate; diminish.
To moderate; mitigate; appease; satisfy.
The beast that prowls about in search of blood, / Or reptile that within the treacherous brake / Waits for the prey, upcoiled, its hunger to aslake. u2015 Southey, Paraguay.
Origin: From aslaken, from aslacian, from uz- + , from (s)lēg-, equivalent to . Cognate with slaken, sloka, slukke. More at slake.
to mitigate; to moderate; to appease; to abate; to diminish
Origin: [AS. slacian, slacian, to slacken. Cf. Slake.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
a-slāk′, v.t. (arch.) to slake: to mitigate. [Prep. a, and Slake.]
The numerical value of aslake in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of aslake in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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