n. (obsolete spelling of khaki English) (19th century)
Usage examples of "carky".
A boy named Carky cut his foot, and hopped and howled for a bit, but soon was back in the game.
Raven, Vev’s son, laughed at him and happily pocketed the two pennies and three marbles Carky had bet.
I glanced over my shoulder at the boys behind me, and Carky laughed an ugly laugh.
Raven and Carky literally flung themselves a way from her, landing several feet away and hitting the ground hard enough to raise dust from the street.