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I decided to research the land of zurk, zork, zirk, zerk, and zark. Someone had to do it. Interestingly, different spellcheckers each have their own different subset of pet peeves concerning these words.
Zark DefinitionLooks like zark came into being, courtesy of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. It apparently can also be used as a swear word. Merely use it in place of the “F” word.
Zerk DefinitionA zerk is a grease fitting. Somehow I don’t think this particular definition will come up too often in conversations.
Zerk is also another word for crazy; as in, “He went zerk when Zurk said no.”
Zerk can also be used to refer to acceleration and deceleration; examples being, we zerk when the light turns green and we zerk when we come to a stop sign.
Zerk can also be used as a verb, as in zerking from the scene.
Zirk DefinitionThe act of conning or taking advantage of someone. One can zirk someone; and one can be zirked by someone. Example, “I know he zirked me on that deal.”
Zork DefinitionA well-known computer game.
Zurk DefinitionZurk is still awaiting admittance to the English language. The word as yet remains undefined. Zurk, as with some of the others, is also a surname. When someone with the Zurk surname does something notable, we will then have our zurk definition.
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Zarkness, Zerkness, Zirkness, Zorkness, Zurkness are all popular user names.
As for zarkdom, zerkdom, zirkdom, zorkdom, and zurkdom; excepting for usage in some fictional stories, these words are likewise still awaiting usage and definitions in the English language. I figure it is only a matter of time.
And this concludes the what is and definitions of zork / zerk / zark / zirk / zurk compendium.