n. 1 (eye dialect of rock English) 2 (context Yorkshire English) A thick fog vb. (eye dialect of rock English)
Usage examples of "rawk".
The rawk launched itself from the edge of the vortex and spread its silvery wings, which spanned twenty-five feet, gliding off to the east, rising steadily into the sky with each beat of its huge wings.
As soon as the first rawk launched, Balthor saw another set of claws grab the edge of the vortex.
Kamahl tried to summon a rawk as he plummeted but lost the vortex when he caught a limb full in the stomach, which knocked the wind out of him and broke his concentration.