To slowly grasp the meaning of a word or concept, based on the situation in which it is used.
An eventual understanding of the way things work, unlike zen, in which a sudden flash of insight occurs.
Glarking a concept is about halfway between being clueless, and grokking it.
Usually pertains to computer programming, formerly glork until coders realized (slowly) that glork meant something else.
"It took me a while to glark what the professor was talking about."
1. To express disappointment, disgust, or annoyance of an event.
2. An interjection to reply in modesty and slight embarrassment.
1. "Oh glark!" Dave said when he missed the football that was tossed to him.
2. Sarah: "Your dress is really cute Tracy!"
Tracy: "Oh glark!"