Sark meaning

särk
(Scotland and Northern England) A shirt.
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The definition of a sark is a long shirt or undershirt in England or Scotland.

An example of a sark is a nightshirt.

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One of the Channel Islands in the English Channel east of Guernsey. It comprises Great Sark and Little Sark, which are joined by a natural causeway.
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(scot.) A shirt or chemise.
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To cover with sarking, or thin boards.
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One of the Channel Islands.
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Origin of sark

  • From Middle English sark, serk, serke, from Old English syrce, sirce, serce (“sark, shirt, shift, smock, tunic, corselet, coat of mail"), from Proto-Germanic *sarkiz (“shirt, armour, hauberk"), from Proto-Indo-European *swerg-, *swerk- (“clothes worn outside"), from Proto-Indo-European *ser- (“to arrange, tack, tie, unite"). Cognate with Scots sark, serk (“shirt, shift"), North Frisian serk (“shirt"), Danish særk (“gown, shirt"), Swedish särk (“shirt, chemise"), Icelandic serkur (“nightshirt").

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