Definition of gurk in English:

gurk

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informal

verb

[no object]
Emit a belch: they grunted and gurked with an unconcern that amazed me

noun

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A belch: the silence was broken by a shattering gurk from Elspeth Paula

Origin

early 20th century: imitative.

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