Creek (noun)

  1. A small stream or tributary of a river.
  2. A narrow inlet or bay of a sea or lake.
  3. A small, sheltered bay or cove.
  4. A narrow channel in a marsh or swamp.


Old english crec "crick, creak", of germanic origin; related to dutch krekel and german kriechtier.


  1. We found a lovely spot by the creek to have a picnic.
  2. The creek runs through the park.
  3. We went kayaking in the creek.
  4. The creek was too shallow for the boat.
  5. The creek was dried up.
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