Wark
Wark Wark, n. [See {Work}.] Work; a building. [Obs. or Scot.] --Spenser. [1913 Webster]

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  • Wark — Wark, a Scots noun for a building, from the noun wark [wark, wA:rk] (work). The verb form is wirk [wIrk, wVrk] . The past tense is wrocht [wroxt] . It may refer to:Places: *Wark on Tweed, village in Berwick upon Tweed Borough, in the north of… …   Wikipedia

  • Wark — bezeichnet: eine kleinere Ortschaft in Northumberland, England, siehe Wark on Tyne einen Fluss in Luxemburg (Grevels), siehe Wark (Fluss) Wark ist der Familienname folgender Personen: John Wark (* 1957), schottischer Fußballspieler Oskar Wark… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Wark — Wark, der Bodensatz einer Farbenbrühe …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • wark — /wörk/ a Scots form of ↑work (n) …   Useful english dictionary

  • wark — I Yorkshire Dialect Ache II Cleveland Dialect List pronunciation of work III Cleveland Dialect List to ache; an ache, sharp pain: teeath wark , heead wark IV A Geordie Dictionary Work V North Country (Newcastle) Words to ache; wark a pain or ache …   English dialects glossary

  • wark — head·wark; wark·loom; bul·wark; wark·lume; …   English syllables

  • Wark — 49° 51′ 13″ N 5° 55′ 11″ E / 49.8537, 5.91986 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Wark — Recorded in several forms including Wark, Warcus, Wirks, Work, Worke, Workes, Works and possibly Worcs, this is an English surname but of pre 7th century Germanic origins. It derives from the ancient word geweorc meaning a fortification or… …   Surnames reference

  • wark — Word filler when you don t know what to say. Aquila. Aw, Jon, you ve got such great legs. Jon. Wark …   Dictionary of american slang

  • wark — Word filler when you don t know what to say. Aquila. Aw, Jon, you ve got such great legs. Jon. Wark …   Dictionary of american slang

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