Definitions for BARKbɑrk

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  1. bark(noun)

    tough protective covering of the woody stems and roots of trees and other woody plants

  2. bark(noun)

    a noise resembling the bark of a dog

  3. bark, barque(noun)

    a sailing ship with 3 (or more) masts

  4. bark(verb)

    the sound made by a dog

  5. bark(verb)

    speak in an unfriendly tone

    "She barked into the dictaphone"

  6. bark(verb)

    cover with bark

  7. bark, skin(verb)

    remove the bark of a tree

  8. bark(verb)

    make barking sounds

    "The dogs barked at the stranger"

  9. bark(verb)

    tan (a skin) with bark tannins

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  1. bark(Noun)

    The short, loud, explosive sound uttered by a dog.

  2. bark(Noun)

    A similar sound made by some other animals.

  3. bark

    An abrupt loud vocal utterance.

  4. bark(Verb)

    To make a short, loud, explosive noise with the vocal organs (said of animals, especially dogs).

  5. bark(Verb)

    To make a clamor; to make importunate outcries.

  6. bark

    To speak sharply.

    The sergeant barked an order.

  7. bark(Noun)

    A small sailing vessel, e.g. a pinnace or a fishing smack; a rowing boat or barge.

  8. bark(Noun)

    a sailing vessel or boat of any kind.

  9. bark

    A three-masted vessel, having her foremast and mainmast square-rigged, and her mizzenmast schooner-rigged.

  10. Origin: From bark, from bǫrkr, from barkuz, probably related to birkijōn (compare English birch), from bʰergo- (compare Latin fraxinus, Lithuanian béržas), from bʰereg- (compare English bright); akin to Danish bark, Icelandic börkr, and Low German borke.

Webster DictionaryRate this definition:(0.00 / 0 votes)

  1. Bark(verb)

    to strip the bark from; to peel

  2. Bark(verb)

    to abrade or rub off any outer covering from; as to bark one's heel

  3. Bark(verb)

    to girdle. See Girdle, v. t., 3

  4. Bark(verb)

    to cover or inclose with bark, or as with bark; as, to bark the roof of a hut

  5. Bark(verb)

    to make a short, loud, explosive noise with the vocal organs; -- said of some animals, but especially of dogs

  6. Bark(verb)

    to make a clamor; to make importunate outcries

  7. Bark(noun)

    the short, loud, explosive sound uttered by a dog; a similar sound made by some other animals

  8. Bark(noun)

    alt. of Barque

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  1. Bark

    Bark, released in 1971, is one of the late-period albums by Jefferson Airplane, notable for many "firsts" with its major personnel change. It was the first without band founder Marty Balin and the first with violinist Papa John Creach. Drummer Spencer Dryden had also departed, being replaced by Joey Covington. This was the first all new Airplane LP in two years, the previous being Volunteers, released in 1969. It was also the first to be released under the Jefferson Airplane owned Grunt Records label. Lead guitarist Jorma Kaukonen has four songwriting credits on this album, indicative of his growing importance as a composer. At the time of the album's release, he and bassist Jack Casady had already recorded two albums for their spin-off blues group Hot Tuna. The album was a success upon its release, reaching #11 on the charts and eventually went gold.


Translations for BARK

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  • bas, geblaf, blafAfrikaans
  • ልጥAmharic
  • ينبح, نبح, نباح, لحاءArabic
  • кара, брахацьBelarusian
  • лай, вдигам шум, ожулвам, кора, барк, одирам, лая, обелвам кора наBulgarian
  • ছালBengali
  • ruskenn, harzhalBreton
  • lladrar, lladruc, bordar, escorçaCatalan, Valencian
  • aghjabà, abbaghjàCorsican
  • štěkání, kůra, štěkot, štěkatCzech
  • cyfarthiad, rhisglWelsh
  • fartøj, råbe, bjæffe, skrubbe, bark, råbe op, tække, gøen, gø, afbarkeDanish
  • Bellen, Borke, Bark, brüllen, abrinden, Gebell, Rinde, blaffenGerman
  • ξεφλουδίζω, γαβγίζω, υλακή, γάβγισμα, φλοιός, αλύχτημα, γδέρνω, αποφλοιώνωGreek
  • boji, bojo, arboŝeloEsperanto
  • ladrar, descortezar, ladrido, corteza, barcaSpanish
  • haukuma, koorEstonian
  • oskolBasque
  • لاییدن, پارس, پوست, لایش, پوست درخت, توژPersian
  • haukahtaa, tuohia, hiertää, haukku, parkki, venho, aisata, kuori, pursi, ärjäistä, hiertyä, nurista, haukahdus, kattaa, ärjyä, murista, tuohi, haukkua, kuoria, kaarnaFinnish
  • bark, barkskip, børkur, goyggjaFaroese
  • aboyer, écorcer, japper, aboiement, écorce, barqueFrench
  • rúsc, coirtIrish
  • sgrath, comhart, rùsg, comhartaich, rùisg, tabhannaich, plaoisg, cairtScottish Gaelic
  • ladrar, ladro, paraza, cortiza, atouzar, tona, ladrido, cascaGalician
  • roostManx
  • נביחה, שיעול, נבחHebrew
  • छालHindi
  • ugatás, kéreg, bárka, ugatHungarian
  • կեղևArmenian
  • kayuIndonesian
  • bofsa, gjamm, geyja, hundgá, gelt, börkur, barkur, gelta, gá, gjamma, bofs, geyIcelandic
  • abbaiare, scortecciare, latrato, scorza, abbaiamento, cortecciaItalian
  • 吠え声, 樹皮, 吠える, 樹皮を剥ぐ, ほえる, 木の皮Japanese
  • ყეფა, ქერქიGeorgian
  • ព្រុស, សំបកឈើ, ទូក, បកសំបកឈើKhmer
  • 나무껍질, 수피Korean
  • reyîn, هه‌پا, بحه‌پێ, ewtîn, rewîn, هه‌پاندن, وه‌ڕین, بڕه‌وێKurdish
  • lātrō, glubo, lātrātus, cortexLatin
  • SchuelLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
  • žievė, tašisLithuanian
  • miza, riet, tāssLatvian
  • auau, hiako, auMāori
  • лаеж, кора, барка, вреви, лае, луштиMacedonian
  • холтосMongolian
  • salakan, gonggong, kulit kayu, kongkong, salak, kung-kung, gonggonganMalay
  • qoxraMaltese
  • အခေါက်Burmese
  • barkNorwegian
  • blaffen, ontschorsen, bast, geblaf, schors, bark, schrapenDutch
  • bork, barkNorwegian Nynorsk
  • bjeffNorwegian
  • nahałʼin, azhííh, aháshtʼóózhNavajo, Navaho
  • rusca, escòrçaOccitan
  • wanagekwag, migiwin, wanagekOjibwe, Ojibwa
  • szczekanie, kora, szczekaćPolish
  • latido, casca, barca, latir, descascarPortuguese
  • ch'aqwayQuechua
  • bublar, giapar, urlar, üerler, bubler, giapparRomansh
  • scoarță, lătrat, lătraRomanian
  • лай, кора, барка, лаять, [[ободрать]] [[кора, обдирать, барк, гавкать, ободратьRussian
  • त्वच्, तरुत्वच्, वल्कSanskrit
  • kora, lajati, барка, barka, лавеж, кора, лајатиSerbo-Croatian
  • kôra, brechať, štekaťSlovak
  • lajež, lubje, lajati, skorjaSlovene
  • pa'uSamoan
  • skall, skälla, barka, barkSwedish
  • மரப்பட்டை, பட்டைTamil
  • మొరుగుTelugu
  • เปลือกไม้, เปลือกThai
  • kahol, tahol, balat ng kahoyTagalog
  • havlamak, havlama, havTurkish
  • кора, брехати, гавкатиUkrainian
  • چھالUrdu
  • vỏ cây, vỏ, sủaVietnamese
  • vaulam, vaul, vaulön, säjalönVolapük
  • igxolo, ixoloZulu

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