Definition of sark in English:

sark

noun

Northern English, Scottish
  • A shirt or chemise.

    • ‘He wore a sark of black silk, embroidered with strange beasts in red and gold.’
    • ‘Mason stood stripped to his sark in the snow, with nothing on but his trousers.’

Origin

Old English serc, of Germanic origin.

Pronunciation:

sark

/sɑːk/

Definition of Sark in English:

Sark

proper noun

  • One of the Channel Islands, a small island lying to the east of Guernsey.

Pronunciation:

Sark

/sɑːk/