rakish \REY-kish\, adjective:
1. Smart; jaunty; dashing.2. Of a vessel: having an appearance suggesting speed.3. Like a rake; dissolute: rakish behavior.
Rakish enters the English lexicon in the 1700s, but rake, as in "immoral person," goes back further, possibly descended from the Middle English rakel, "headstrong."
- Peak hour traffic or any general traffic which slows you down.
Im late for work and im stuck in traffuck.
- Alan Alda 1936
- Sam Phillips 1962
- Dan Spitz 1964 (Anthrax)
- Greg Cook (Ricochet) 1965
- Rakim 1968
- Nick Carter (Backstreet Boys) 1980
- Elijah Wood 1981