KJV Dictionary Definition: lurk


LURK, v.i.

1. To lie hid; to lie in wait.

Let us lay wait for blood; let us lurk privily for the innocent. Prov. 1.

2. To lie concealed or unperceived. See that no selfish motive lurks in the heart.

See the lurking gold upon the fatal tree.

3. To retire from public observation; to keep out of sight.

The defendant lurks and wanders about in Berks.


LURK'ING, ppr. Lying concealed; keeping out of sight.