A bark is defined as a short loud sound made by a dog or some other animals, or is any sound that resembles the yipping sound of a dog.(noun)
A dog saying "woof" is an example of a bark.
The definition of bark is the protective skin of trees and plants that produces wood.(noun)
The covering on the outside of a tree is an example of bark.
To bark means to woof or to make another sound like a dog makes.(verb)
An example of bark is when a dog looks up at the moon and goes "woof."
See bark in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME < ON bǫrkr, akin to MLowG borke
Origin: ME berken < OE beorcan, akin to ON berkja, of echoic orig.
Origin: ME barke, prob. via Port or ML barca (> OFr barque) < LL, small boat: see barge
See bark in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: From Middle English berken, to bark
Origin: , from Old English beorcan.
Origin: Middle English
Origin: , from Old Norse börkr.
Origin: Middle English barke, boat
Origin: , from Old French barque
Origin: , from Old Italian barca
Origin: , from Latin.
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