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Derived from the Phoenician word snark-you.

1) To be as rch10007 on the famous Max-Zuke forum.
2) The internet equivalent of a ankle-biter dog.
3) To interject random humor, sarcasm or unintelligible statements, never relevant to the discussion at hand.
Let's go for a long ride, Lois is snarky today. I think it's that time of the month.
by Wise Old Man February 11, 2012
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"Snark" is a word invented by Lewis Carroll as the name of an elusive and stealthy monster and has nothing to do with sarcasm or behavioral traits. Writers in Britain's Victorian era often used the word "sarky" (not "sNarky") as a shortened version of "sarcastic." (Just as the name "Elspeth" is a short version of "Elizabeth.") Ergo, "snarky" should refer to something or someone who is elusive or stealthy.
“There’s no need to be sarky,” I said sulkily. "We're doing our best."

Lockheed Martin's latest experimental fighter is snarky because it utilizes the latest generation of stealth technology.
by wmcphd December 29, 2010
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