1.Noun- an ambiguous term known only by Canadians. The noun form has a variety of different meanings all of witch are uncertain.
ex. Youve got alot of jornk in there.
2. Verb - again this usage is ambiguous and has a variety of different meanings. Its verbal form can take on the forms jornks, jornked, jornking, or jornksings.
ex. Hey you stop jornkin over dare.
3. Adjective- This form can describe any noun in any language. It is uncertain, however, what this discription means.
ex. The jornked moose is nolonger living.
4. Adverb- this form can describe any verb or any other adjective, including the adjective form of the word jornk which can describe the noun form of the word jornk which can assume the action of the verb form of jornk.
ex. The jornky jornked jornk jornked maple syrup.
Get the Jornk in the trornk and lets blow this maple syrup stand