Definitions for harkenˈhɑr kən

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

hark•enˈhɑr kən(v.i.; v.t.)

  1. Ref: hearken.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. hark, harken, hearken(verb)

    listen; used mostly in the imperative


  1. harken(Verb)

    u2018to listen, hear, regardu2019, more common form in the US.

  2. harken(Verb)

    To hark back, to return or revert (to a subject etc.), to allude to, to evoke, to long or pine for .

Webster Dictionary

  1. Harken

    to hearken

Anagrams of harken

  1. hanker

Translations for harken

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary


to smooth or gather with a rake

I'll rake these grass-cuttings up later.

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