Also, lark about . Have a noisy, exuberant good time. For example, We were larking it up when the supervisor walked in , or He’s always larking about at night . These expressions employ lark in the sense of “to frolic,” a usage dating from the early 1800s. Also see cut up
noun 1. a North American sparrow, Chondestes grammacus, having a distinctive brown-and-white facial pattern.
[lahrk-spur] /ˈlɑrkˌspɜr/ noun 1. any of several plants belonging to the genera Delphinium and Consolida, of the buttercup family, characterized by the spur-shaped formation of the calyx and petals. [lahrk-spur] /ˈlɑrkˌspɜr/ noun 1. a town in W California. /ˈlɑːkˌspɜː/ noun 1. any of various ranunculaceous plants of the genus Delphinium, with spikes of blue, pink, […]
[lahrk] /lɑrk/ noun 1. a merry, carefree adventure; frolic; escapade. 2. innocent or good-natured mischief; a prank. 3. something extremely easy to accomplish, succeed in, or to obtain: That exam was a lark. verb (used without object) 4. to have fun; frolic; romp. 5. to behave mischievously; play pranks. 6. Fox Hunting. (of a rider) […]
[lahr-muh n] /ˈlɑr mən/ noun, Japanese Cookery. 1. .