Definitions for harkhɑrk

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary


  1. to listen attentively; hearken.

  2. (v.t.)Archaic. to listen to; hear.

  3. hark back, (of hounds) to return along the course in order to regain a lost scent. to recollect or recapitulate a previous event or topic.

    Category: Verb Phrase, Dogs, Cats, and Horses

Origin of hark:

1175–1225; ME herken, earlier herkien, OE *heorcian, c. OFris herkia, harkia; akin to MD harken, MHG horchen. Cf. hearken , hear

Princeton's WordNet

  1. hark, harken, hearken(verb)

    listen; used mostly in the imperative


  1. hark(Verb)

    To listen attentively; often used in the imperative.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Hark(verb)

    to listen; to hearken


  1. Hark

    Hark is the world’s platform for sound bites, where users can discover, create, play and share their favorite audio moments anywhere on any device through digital embedding, or via social networks such as Facebook, Twitter or Google+. Founded in 2007 by David Aronchick and Fouad ElNaggar, Hark is the top ranking, independent entertainment website on the Internet (comScore, 2012). Hark is headquartered in Seattle, Wash.

Translations for hark

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary


a tool which consists of a usually metal bar with teeth at the end of a long handle, used for smoothing earth, gathering eg leaves together etc.

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