Rake may refer to:
- Rake (tool), a horticultural implement, a long-handled tool with tines
- Rake or hay rake, a farm implement
- Rake, the caster angle of a bicycle or motorcycle
- Rake angle, a parameter in machining and cutting geometry
- Rake (cellular automaton), a cellular automaton pattern that moves while regularly emitting spaceships
- Rake (character), a man habituated to immoral conduct
- Rake (poker), the commission taken by a casino when hosting a poker game
- Rake (geology), the angle between a feature on a bedding plane and the strike line in geology
- Rake receiver, a radio receiver
- Rake (software), a variant of the make program coded in the Ruby programming language
- Rake (train), a physical railway train made up of coaches, or a coupled group of coaches
- Rake (theatre)
- Rake (TV series), an Australian television series
- The Rake, a short story about a cryptid named The Rake that mauls people in their sleep, popular amongst Creepypasta readers.
Other articles related to "rake":
... Location Locality Coordinates (links to map photo sources) OS grid reference Rake West Sussex 51.03° N 00.86° W SU8027 Rake Beck North Yorkshire 54.44° N 01.8 ...
... The Rake, a classic menswear magazine published in Singapore Rake (band), a noise rock/avant-garde musical ensemble from Northern Virginia, USA Raking fire, fire along the axis of a ship in naval ...
... scheming heroine) Lionel and Isabella (alleged eunuch and excessive rake meets and rapes helpless ingénue) Cunningham (old syphilitic rake) Eustace (another rake, friend of ...
... Cottage Rake (1939–1961) was a successful National Hunt racehorse ... the deal still went through, and Cottage Rake ultimately set his trainer on the route to the top of the training ladder by becoming only the second horse to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup three years in a row ... Cottage Rake lost his form after his third Cheltenham Gold Cup triumph ...
... A fire rake is a wildland fire fighting tool ... A fire rake has a wooden or fiberglass handle with a rake head consisting of four very sharp, serrated, triangular steel blades ... It is used to rake a fire break with the sharp teeth enabling it to reach fire in undergrowth in addition to loose surface debris ...
Famous quotes containing the word rake:
“He was a rake among scholars, and a scholar among rakes.”
—Thomas Babington Macaulay (18001859)
“A rake is a composition of all the lowest, most ignoble, degrading, and shameful vices; they all conspire to disgrace his character, and to ruin his fortune; while wine and the pox content which shall soonest and most effectually destroy his constitution.”
—Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (16941773)