Ake (disambiguation)

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For the Ottoman coin, see Akçe. For the fruit popular in Jamaican cuisine, see Ackee.

Ake may refer to:


  • Ake, archaeological site of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization, located in the state of Yucatán, Mexico
  • Ake Site, archaeological site near the town of Datil, New Mexico, USA
  • Principality of Ake, medieval dynasty in central Kurdistan


Given name
  • Claude Ake (1939–1996), Nigerian political scientist
  • Nathan Aké, (b. 1995), Dutch footballer, currently playing for Chelsea F.C.
  • Simeon Aké, (b. 1932), Ivorian politician

Fictional characters[edit]

  • Åke Raask, fictive Swedish singer from the 1970s played by the Swedish actor Carl-Johan Sundberg


Other uses[edit]

  • Ake and His World, children's fiction book by Swedish poet Bertil Malmberg, published in 1924
  • Ake v. Oklahoma, Supreme Court of the United States case that held an indigent criminal defendant has a right to have the state provide a psychiatric evaluation to be used in the defendant's behalf if the defendant needs it.
  • AKE, IATA code for Akieni Airport, Gabon
  • AKE, the US Navy designation for a Dry Stores Replenishment Ship