(in certain inflected languages, especially of the Caucasian group) abessive.
The extent to which they are also caritive, Adessive and the like has yet to be investigated.
Opuscula Robert Gordon Latham
to forcibly steal a vehicle from a motorist. to forcibly steal (a vehicle), or to victimize (a driver) in this way. verb (transitive) to attack (a driver in a car) in order to rob the driver or to steal the car for another crime
care or worry. to worry. Historical Examples He had had much in his life to cark and harrow, and the old sympathy and tenderness vibrated aloud, and little out of tune. The Bell in the Fog and Other Stories Gertrude Atherton The old, old earth is glad to turn from the cark and care of […]
distressful. care or worry. to worry. Historical Examples Memory worked with it—the carking memory of a failure of courage. Double Harness Anthony Hope He was sensible of a dull, carking shame, and yet was shameless. The Destroying Angel Louis Joseph Vance In truth, it was so; heavy with the weariness caused by carking care. Verner’s […]
Scot. a strong, robust fellow, especially a strong manual laborer. a miser; an extremely thrifty person. Archaic. a churl. Obsolete. a bondman. a male given name, form of Charles. Contemporary Examples But poor carl is still trudging along as if his assault never happened. The Walking Dead’s ‘Slabtown’: The Real Source of Terror Isn’t Walkers, […]