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Definition of Mirk

Mirk
Mirk Mirk, a. [See Murky.] Dark; gloomy; murky. --Spenser. Mrs. Browning.
Mirk
Mirk Mirk, n. Darkness; gloom; murk. ``In mirk and mire.' --Longfellow.

Meaning of Mirk from wikipedia

- John Mirk was an Augustinian Canon Regular, active in the late 14th and early 15th centuries in Shropshire. He is noted as the author of widely copied...
- Mirk is an American musical group from Albany, New York, founded in 2009. Their music has been characterized as a cross between the genres of pop, soul...
- Sarah Mirk is an author and journalist based in Portland, Oregon, in the United States. Mirk attended Grinnell College, graduating in 2008. She worked...
- Andrew Singer Daniel Radcliffe Steve Buscemi Jorma Taccone Producers Dan Mirk Paul Garnes Cinematography Brian Burgoyne Editors Jessica Burnetto Rob Burnett...
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- Paris Fashion W****". The Daily Telegraph. 2010. Retrieved September 8, 2012. Mirk, Sarah (November 16–22, 2006). "Siding with Bettie: Despite City Scrutiny...
- people on board the space station, all who are polyamorous. Author Sarah Mirk said that she wanted to write a story where "open relationships can be really...
- is a modern myth. The earliest appearance of it is in a version by John Mirk, copying details of the medieval legend for Mont-Saint-Michel from the Golden...
- anger and the virtues of temperance. In a discussion of confession, John Mirk, an English 14th-century Augustinian writer, tells priests how to advise...
- bonfires, feasting, and merrymaking. In late 14th-century England, John Mirk of Lilleshall Abbey, Shropshire, gives the following description: "At first...