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Date: 1800-1900
Origin: nark 'to act as an informer' (1800-1900), from nark 'a (police) informer' (19-20 centuries), from Romany nak 'nose'

narked

adjective
     
narked also narkā€§y [not before noun] British English informal
angry about something:
There's no need to get narked about it!

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