How Do You Spell LAKY?
The word "Laky" refers to something that is lacking in depth, quality or substance. It is pronounced as /ˈleɪki/ where the first syllable "lay" sounds like the word "say" and the second syllable "ki" sounds like the word "key." The letter "a" in the first syllable is pronounced as a long vowel sound, similar to the word "day." The spelling of "Laky" follows the English language's conventions of using the letter "y" at the end of a word to indicate an adjective.