To draw or pass the tongue over; as, a dog licks his master's hand.
- To pass the tongue over or along: lick a stamp.
- To lap up.
- To lap or flicker at like a tongue: The waves licked the sides of the boat.
- Slang To punish with a beating; thrash.
- Slang To get the better of; defeat: licked her weight problem.
- To pass or lap quickly and rapidly: The flames licked at our feet.
- The act or process of licking.
- An amount obtained by licking: a lick of ice cream.
- A small quantity; a bit: hasn't got a lick of common sense.
- A deposit of exposed natural salt that is licked by passing animals.
- A sudden hard stroke; a blow.
- An attempt; a try.
- Informal Speed; pace: moving along at a good lick.
- Music A phrase improvised by a soloist, especially on the guitar or banjo.
- lick and a promise A superficial effort made without care or enthusiasm.
- lick into shape Informal To bring into satisfactory condition or appearance.
- lick (one's) chops To anticipate delightedly.
- lick (one's) wounds To recuperate after a defeat.
- lick (someone's) boots To behave in a servile or obsequious manner toward someone.
Malayalam MeaningTransliteration ON/OFF | Not Correct/Proper?
ശകലം - Shakalam ;പ്രഹരം - Praharam ;നക്കിത്തുടയ്ക്കുക - Nakkiththudaykkuka | Nakkithudaykkuka ;അതിശയിക്കുക - Athishayikkuka ;കുറച്ച് - Kurachu ;നക്കുക - Nakkuka ;