firk definition

  • verb:
    • to hold away or around; carry; move.
    • To drive away.
    • having sexual intercourse, to copulate.
    • To rouse; boost up.
    • to go rapidly; stop or travel out out of the blue; turn out.
    • to transport away or about; carry; move.
    • To drive away.
    • having intercourse, to copulate.
    • To rouse; raise up.
    • to maneuver rapidly; go-off or travel completely out of the blue; come out.
    • to transport away or about; carry; move.
    • to-drive away.
    • To have sexual activity, to copulate.
    • To rouse; boost up.
    • to go rapidly; stop or fly down unexpectedly; come out.
    • to transport away or just around; carry; move.
    • To drive away.
    • to possess sexual intercourse, to copulate.
    • To rouse; raise up.
    • To move quickly; go off or fly aside unexpectedly; turn out.
    • To carry away or about; carry; move.
    • to push away.
    • To carry away or around; carry; move.
    • To drive away.
    • to own sexual activity, to copulate.
    • to possess intercourse, to copulate.
    • To rouse; raise up.
    • To rouse; raise up.
    • to maneuver quickly; stop or fly on all of a sudden; come out.
    • To move rapidly; go-off or fly out all of a sudden; turn-out.
    • to transport away or just around; carry; move.
    • to operate a vehicle away.
    • having sexual activity, to copulate.
    • To rouse; raise up.
    • to go rapidly; go off or fly out instantly; prove.
    • to hold away or about; carry; move.
    • to transport away or just around; carry; move.
    • To drive away.
    • to-drive away.
    • having sexual intercourse, to copulate.
    • to possess sexual activity, to copulate.
    • To rouse; boost up.
    • To rouse; raise up.
    • to go quickly; go off or travel away all of a sudden; prove.
    • to maneuver rapidly; go off or travel completely unexpectedly; turn-out.
  • noun:
    • A stroke; lash.
    • A freak; strategy; quirk.
    • A stroke; lash.
    • A freak; trick; quirk.
    • A freak; technique; quirk.
    • A stroke; a lash.
    • A freak; a trick.
    • A freak; strategy; quirk.
    • A stroke; lash.
    • A stroke; lash.
    • A freak; technique; quirk.
    • A freak; strategy; quirk.
    • A stroke; a lash.
    • A freak; a trick.
    • A freak; trick; quirk.
    • A stroke; lash.
    • A stroke; lash.
    • A freak; trick; quirk.
    • A freak; strategy; quirk.
    • A freak; technique; quirk.
    • A freak; strategy; quirk.
    • A stroke; a lash.
    • A freak; a trick.
    • A freak; trick; quirk.
    • A stroke; lash.
    • A stroke; a lash.
    • A freak; a trick.
    • A freak; strategy; quirk.
    • A stroke; a lash.
    • A freak; a trick.
    • A stroke; a lash.
    • A freak; strategy; quirk.
    • A freak; a trick.
    • A stroke; lash.
    • A stroke; lash.
    • A freak; technique; quirk.
    • A stroke; a lash.
    • A freak; a trick.
    • A freak; technique; quirk.
    • A stroke; a lash.
    • A freak; a trick.
    • A freak; strategy; quirk.
    • A freak; strategy; quirk.
    • A stroke; a lash.
    • A freak; a trick.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to conquer; to hit; to chastise.
    • To beat; to strike; to chastise.
    • To beat; to hit; to chastise.
    • to conquer; to strike; to chastise.
    • To beat; to strike; to chastise.
    • to conquer; to strike; to chastise.
    • To beat; to hit; to chastise.
    • to conquer; to hit; to chastise.
    • To beat; to strike; to chastise.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To travel out; to make away; to go off.
    • To fly away; to turn away; going down.
    • To travel away; to make away; going off.
    • To travel away; to turn out; going off.
    • To travel out; to make away; going down.
    • To travel out; to turn out; to go off.
    • To travel out; to show out; to go down.
    • To travel away; to turn away; to go down.
    • To fly out; to show out; going down.
  • others:
    • to transport away or just around; carry; move.
    • to operate a vehicle away.
    • To beat; drub; trounce.
    • To rouse; boost up.
    • To move rapidly; go-off or travel completely out of the blue: often utilized reflexively.
    • to transport away or just around; carry; move.
    • to push away.
    • to conquer; drub; trounce.
    • To rouse; raise up.
    • to go quickly; go-off or travel down out of the blue: occasionally made use of reflexively.
    • To carry away or around; carry; move.
    • To drive away.
    • to conquer; drub; trounce.
    • To rouse; boost up.
    • To move quickly; go off or fly aside all of a sudden: often utilized reflexively.
    • to transport away or around; carry; move.
    • to operate a vehicle away.
    • to hold away or about; carry; move.
    • To beat; drub; trounce.
    • To rouse; boost up.
    • to push away.
    • to conquer; drub; trounce.
    • to hold away or just around; carry; move.
    • to go rapidly; stop or travel on out of the blue: sometimes used reflexively.
    • To rouse; boost up.
    • to push away.
    • to conquer; drub; trounce.
    • To move rapidly; stop or fly out abruptly: occasionally used reflexively.
    • To rouse; boost up.
    • to go rapidly; go-off or travel down unexpectedly: occasionally utilized reflexively.
    • to transport away or just around; carry; move.
    • to push away.
    • To beat; drub; trounce.
    • To rouse; boost up.
    • to go rapidly; go off or travel out suddenly: often made use of reflexively.
    • to transport away or around; carry; move.
    • to push away.
    • to conquer; drub; trounce.
    • To rouse; raise up.
    • to go rapidly; set off or fly on instantly: occasionally used reflexively.
    • to hold away or around; carry; move.
    • to operate a vehicle away.
    • to conquer; drub; trounce.
    • To rouse; raise up.
    • to go quickly; go off or travel down abruptly: sometimes utilized reflexively.

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