Published on Mar 30, 2013
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Definition of lark (oxford dictionary):
a small ground-dwelling songbird with elongated hind claws and a song that is delivered on the wing, typically crested and with brown streaky plumage.
Family Alaudidae: many genera and numerous species, e.g. the skylark and shorelark
used in names of birds of other families that are similar to the lark, e.g. meadowlark.
informal a person who habitually gets up early and feels energetic early in the day. Often contrasted with owl.
be up with the lark
British get out of bed very early in the morning:
I wanted to leave early, and was up with the lark
Old English lāferce, lǣwerce; related to Dutch leeuwerik and German Lerche; of unknown ultimate origin
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