A northern English word regularly used in Durham, North Yorkshire and as far north as Tyneside.
'Appen sum charvers hawked it'
From a Geordie folk song... called Cushie Butterfield
'well her name's Cushie Butterfeld and she hawks yella clay'
2. Don't go outside, the hawk is waiting for you.
3. I know the hawk is around the corner, but I'm goin' for the car.
4. The hawk snuck up on us while we were walkin' home.