Carked\ it

Kicked the bucket.

It hurt so bad I thought I had carked it.


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  • carked it — Kiwi (New Zealand Slang) died, kicked the bucket …   English dialects glossary

  • carked it — died, kicked the bucket …   Kiwi (New Zealand slang)

  • carked — adj 1. (of a situation) ruined or destroyed 2. (of a person) exhausted, pooped This word may simply be an invention, or may be derived from croak, cocked (up) or, more plausibly, cack (excrement, shit, by analogy with poop). It is heard in… …   Contemporary slang

  • carked — n. worry; distress, trouble v. worry; be concerned; make uneasy …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cark it — To die, as in don t tell the kids the budgie carked it. The origin is uncertain. Perhaps it is a play on the standard English word croak to die , or it may be a shortening of carcass. Cark it also means to fail or break down completely : my… …   Australian idioms

  • Euphemism — A euphemism is a substitution of an agreeable or less offensive expression in place of one that may offend or suggest something unpleasant to the listener, [ [http://www.merriam webster.com/dictionary/Euphemism Euphemism] Webster s Online… …   Wikipedia

  • The Broken God — is a science fiction novel written by David Zindell and published in 1992. It is the first novel of the trilogy A Requiem for Homo Sapiens. [Brown, Charles N.. [http://www.locusmag.com/2000/Issues/06/Zindell.html David Zindell: Back to Roots ]… …   Wikipedia

  • cark it — verb To die. The guy was running, then he had a heart attack and carked it …   Wiktionary

  • cark — vb Australian to die. The origin of the word is obscure; it may be a deformation of croak or of cack. Like other items of current Austral ian slang, the word has been introduced to Britain via TV soap operas. ► They break down in the middle of no …   Contemporary slang

  • cark it — vb Australian to die. The origin of the word is obscure; it may be a deformation of croak or of cack. Like other items of current Austral ian slang, the word has been introduced to Britain via TV soap operas. ► They break down in the middle of no …   Contemporary slang

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