noun, adjective, verb (used with object) Scot. and North England.
Origin of birk
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Contemporary Examples of birk
Police say they have received more than 4,000 tips since Chief Birk warned that a “predator” is at large in the community.A Tearful Goodbye to Colorado Kidnap Victim Jessica Ridgeway
October 17, 2012
Historical Examples of birk
Birk will burn be it burn drawn; sauch will sab if it were simmer sawn.The Proverbs of Scotland
The plants in all these are either a brier and a rose, or a brier and a birk.
It was a good hour's walk from the cromlechs to Birk Water, the lake where they intended to pick the rushes.A harum-scarum schoolgirl
Birkie, birk′i, n. a strutting or swaggering fellow: a fellow generally.
"They air a-goin' ter hev a pea-fowel fur dinner down yander ter Birk's Mill," Rick remarked.The Young Mountaineers
Charles Egbert Craddock