1) to vomit noisily or violently
2) the somewhat alarming sound that a house pet, such as a dog or cat, may produce in preparation to puking up half-digested mouse parts on the sofa
Def. 1--He got so drunk he wharked all over the backseat of the car on the way home.
Def. 2--The cat is wharking! Move her before she can puke on the chair!
A mythological creature with a massive dorsal fin that runs the entire length of its body, flukes that propel it through the water with vertical movements like a whale, and two massive tusks jutting forward from either side of its lower jaw.
Revered by the Rivenese as a creature of immeasurable power and strength, the whark is also a symbolic representation of the will and influence of Gehn, the self-proclaimed god of the Fifth Age. Countless whark tusks are used ceremoniously to flaunt Gehn's absolute authority, and being dropped into a lake to be devoured by wharks was a common fate for those who incurred Gehn's wrath.
must have killed thousands of wharks to have encircled the entirety of Plateau Island with their tusks
"Don't summon the whark too frequently without feeding it, or it's bound to get angry."
The offspring of a male whale and a female shark. Not to be confused with Shwale, the offspring of a male shark and a female whale.
That ain't no shwale, that there's a whark!