Firk (?), v. t. [Cf. OE. ferken to proceed, hasten, AS. fercian to bring, assist; perh. akin to faran to go, E. fare.]

To beat; to strike; to chastise.

[Obs.]

I'll fer him, and firk him, and ferret him. Shak.

 

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Firk, v. i.

To fly out; to turn out; to go off.

[Obs.]

A wench is a rare bait, with which a man

No sooner's taken but he straight firks mad.B.Jonson.

 

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Firk, n.

A freak; trick; quirk.

[Obs.]

Ford.

 

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