from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To make ready; prepare.
- v. To dispose; be set in order for; be destined or intended for.
- v. To set open; open.
- v. To draw (stitches etc.) tight.
- v. To hit, strike, especially with a cane or whip.
- v. To crack (a whip).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To yerk.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make ready; prepare.
- To dispose.
- To set open; open.
- n. A variant of yerk.
Sometimes I looked at all the smug, settled couples around me . . . and I wanted to yark a little bit.
My guy doesn't quibble about cleaning up cat yark.
I'm trying not to kill spiders and to throw them out, but they come back and so on, and sometimes my boyfriend get a shoe and... yark !
He gae his arm an awfu 'sweel roond, an' instead o 'sendin' the ba 'to the wickets, it gaed spung ower an' hut Sandy a yark i 'the side o' the heid.
I'm thinkin 'she unnerstude the insinivation, for she uttert deil anither word, but yokit tee again fell spitefu' tae rug an 'yark at the sulkin' fush.
'Gie him a shairp upward yark, my leddy,' says I; 'there canna be muckle strength o' resistance left in him by this time! '
I've gotta admit, though ... the thought of running a prostitution business in the same place they are raising their children sort of makes me want to yark.
“Pardon me, I think I’m going to yark,” Samson grunted through the open passenger door.
August 23, 2008 at 3:35 am ohai, JanetCanHas4jilllionK! i noes how u likes teh yark werk, so c’mon ober adn do mine!
Change your slaverie, "he says akinda heich oot, an 'then he lut yark at the seek again an' missed, an 'made a muckle hole i' the plester.