Kayak (noun)

  1. A type of small boat with a closed deck and a cockpit in which the paddler sits facing forward, typically propelled by a double-bladed paddle.
  2. A recreational activity of using kayak on water bodies such as rivers or lakes.

Origin:

Inuit kayak "man"s boat", from kay "skin" + ak "boat".

Examples:

  1. The kayaker paddled down the river with great skill.
  2. He rented a kayak to explore the lake.
  3. The kayak was made of a strong and durable plastic material.
  4. The kayak was designed for one person but could accommodate two.
  5. The kayak was lightweight and easy to carry.
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