sprack

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse sprækr 'lively', from Proto-Indo-European *sp(h)er(e)g- 'to strew, sprinkle'. More at spark.

Adjective[edit]

sprack (comparative more sprack, superlative most sprack)

  1. (UK, dialectal) lively, full of energy
    • 1916, J. H. Morgan, Leaves from a Field Note-Book[1]:
      "Yes, that I be, and I 'ave a little boy, he be a sprack little chap."

Swedish[edit]

Verb[edit]

sprack

  1. past tense of spricka.