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sark

noun \ˈsärk\

Definition of SARK

dial chiefly British
:  shirt

Origin of SARK

Middle English (Scots) serk, from Old English serc; akin to Old Norse serkr shirt
First Known Use: before 12th century

Sark

geographical name \ˈsärk\

Definition of SARK

island in the English Channel, one of the Channel Islands; a dependency of Guernsey area 2 square miles (5.2 square kilometers)
Sark·ese \ˌsär-ˈkēz, -ˈkēs\ noun

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