from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Dark.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of dark.
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Estre day, kyng Edward with hys oost lay aboughte Parys; whiche day was a foul derk day of myst and of hayl, and so bitter cold that manye men deyde for cold: wherfore unto this day manye men callen it the blake Moneday.
Loved this eposide and So cant wait to see Next week eposide espically all of derk and merthith in this eposide!! it was an aswome eposide!!!!
He was son of Lord Vere Beau - derk, third son of the first Duke.
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Bill (on leave) rel. to salary of second derk in, 91; reported, 153,
GiLLUM;, William, was a derk the character of an able and steady In the East India Company's ser - patriot; and indeed, on every oe -
For the salarj 'of the chief clerk in the insurance depart - chief derk. ment, two thousand dollars.
Plural Iddrarn.] [Footnote 212: Or, Is derk ayeese?] [Footnote 213: This is applied to bread when baked in a pan, or over the embers of charcoal, or other fire; but when baked in an oven it is called Agarom (g guttural.)]
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