chark definition

  • noun:
    • Charcoal; coke.
    • A pointed stick, which when put with the point against another bit of lumber, and spun quickly in alternate guidelines with attached cords, produces sufficient temperature by friction to produce a fire; a fire-drill.
    • A wine cup.
    • A variety of looking bird.
    • Charcoal; a cinder.
    • Charcoal; coke.
    • A pointed stick, which when placed using the point against another little bit of wood, and spun rapidly in alternative instructions with connected cords, produces enough temperature by friction to generate a fire; a fire-drill.
    • A wine glass.
    • A variety of looking bird.
    • Charcoal; a cinder.
    • Charcoal.
    • The fire-drill; an instrument for making fire.
    • Charcoal.
    • The fire-drill; a guitar for creating fire.
  • verb:
    • to cut back by strong heat, as to create charcoal or coke; to calcine.
    • which will make a grating sound.
    • to cut back by powerful heat, concerning produce charcoal or coke; to calcine.
    • In order to make a grating sound.
  • verb-transitive:
    • burning to a coal; to char.
    • burning to a coal; to char.
  • others:
    • To creak; break; emit a creaking noise.
    • To split available; chap; cut.
    • To susceptible to a process of smothered combustion, for creation of charcoal; char. See char, the normal word.
    • [Appar. a certain use of the preceding; cf. burn, verb, I., 7.] to reveal (brand-new ale) into atmosphere in an open vessel until it acquires a diploma of acidity and therewith becomes clearer and sourer, fit for ingesting.
    • To creak; break; emit a creaking noise.
    • To crack open; chap; cut.
    • To subject to an ongoing process of smothered combustion, for the production of charcoal; char. See char, the normal term.
    • [Appar. a specific use of the preceding; cf. burn, verb, I., 7.] to reveal (brand new ale) towards the air in an open vessel until it acquires a diploma of acidity and therewith becomes better and sourer, complement ingesting.

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