dirk definition

  • noun:
    • A dagger.
    • an extended Scottish dagger with a straight knife.
    • some sort of dagger or poniard; -- formerly much employed by the Scottish Highlander.
    • A stabbing tool; a dagger.
    • the typical side-arm of a midshipman into the British naval solution. Most commonly it is right, but is occasionally a tremendously quick, curved cutlas.
    • a somewhat lengthy dagger with a straight blade
    • A dagger.
    • A dagger.
    • a lengthy Scottish dagger with a straight blade.
    • a lengthy Scottish dagger with a straight blade.
    • A kind of dagger or poniard; -- formerly much employed by the Scottish Highlander.
    • some sort of dagger or poniard; -- formerly much used by the Scottish Highlander.
    • A stabbing gun; a dagger.
    • the typical side-arm of a midshipman into the Brit naval solution. It will always be right, but is occasionally a tremendously short, curved cutlas.
    • a relatively long dagger with a straight knife
    • A stabbing tool; a dagger.
    • the typical side-arm of a midshipman when you look at the Uk naval service. It is almost always right, but is occasionally an extremely short, curved cutlas.
    • a comparatively lengthy dagger with a straight blade
  • verb-transitive:
    • To stab with a dirk.
    • To stab with a dirk.
    • To darken.
    • To stab with a dirk.
    • To stab with a dirk.
    • To stab with a dirk.
    • To stab with a dirk.
    • To darken.
    • To darken.
  • verb:
    • To stab with a dirk.
    • To darken.
    • To stab with a dirk.
    • To stab with a dirk.
    • To darken.
    • To darken.
  • adjective:
    • Dark.
    • black.
    • deep.
  • others:
    • To poniard; stab.
    • An occasional Middle English and Scotch as a type of dark.
    • To poniard; stab.
    • a periodic Middle English and Scotch kind of dark.
    • To poniard; stab.
    • an intermittent Middle English and Scotch form of dark.

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