Definition of "akey" []

  • The monetary standard of the Gold Coast of Africa, equal to 20 grains of gold-dust, or about 80 cents. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "akey" in a sentence
  • "As far as 'akey' is concerned, I presume a trained reader of the writing system would understand 'e' to be pronounced as in 'de' and 'y' to be pronounced as in 'payer', so they'd combine the sounds."
  • "Their reinstatement is akey term that Nawaz Sharif wants any future coalition partners to agree to."
  • "Steve Beshear (D) (via video), for whom BCTD and other union members played akey rolein his 2007 victory; and political analyst James Carville."