GERK

gerk

verb
See GERK

GERK

and gerk (gɚk)
n. an elderly simpleton; an old nerd. (Acronym. From geriatric and jerk.) A couple of “gerks” sat on the park bench, snoozing.
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Surface used for the measurement of fuel consumption in ripping and ploughing REPEAT COMMON NAME GERK PLOT SIZE (HA) SURFACES TREATED WITH RIPPER 1 1.
Gerks (keeper Dean Gerken) has not had much to do and while we didn't have a lot of the ball in the first half, we scored a good opener on the break.
Certainly according to Ipswich boss McCarthy who said: "The player was going down before Gerks got near him and the referee has got the decision absolutely correct.