Lirk meaning

(UK dialectal) To jerk.
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(UK dialectal) To crease; rumple; cause to hang in loose folds.
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(intransitive, UK dialectal, Scotland) To become creased or wrinkled.
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(UK dialectal) A crease; rumple; fold.
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(UK dialectal, Scotland) A fold in the skin; a wrinkle.
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Origin of lirk

  • From Middle English lyrken, from Old Norse lerka (“to plait, fold, bind, lace up tightly”).
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  • From Middle English lerke, from the verb. See above.
    From Wiktionary