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- n. Obsolete spelling of mark.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An old Scotch silver coin; a mark or marc.
- n. A mark; a sign.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Obsolete forms of mark.
- n. A unit of money formerly in current use in Scotland, abolished, with the rest of the Scots currency, in 1707.
- An obsolete form of murk.
- n. An obsolete form of march.
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In the space left between the words "merk" and "van" Dingaan made a cross with a pen that was given to him, Thomas Halstead holding his hand and showing him what to do.
McConnachie said he was looking for a driver to "merk" sheriff's deputies, police were told.
So perhaps, rather than undergoing a transformation, Green finds himself in one last battle: between the young rapper trying to "merk everyone" and the 27-year old pop star trying to move on.
Corn lends sweetness to the pie, but merk é n — a "Chilean paprika" made from a blend of spices and hot peppers — adds a kick.
Yung Berg may need to merk something to get any cred back!
Vennligst merk at ønsket dato for opphentingen kan variere.
And you start to see that all these sounds that you can make—ngo, merk, plort—that you begin to hear, can be classified in certain ways.
Then he finds his wife and gets ready to merk Castle who turns out to be a megalomaniac bent on controlling the masses.
All four emcees merk verse after verse without any unneccesary filler or club tracks Fabolous, I'm looking at you!
After I merk Vibe's list I can put this past me and get back to what I do best: continute to write minus the politics and bullshit I've purposely eschewed and avioded for the past 28 months.