vb. (context Northern England English) ''especially'' (context Geordie English) To teach or to learn.
Larn is one of the shorter roguelike games. It can take many hours and tens or even hundreds to thousands of game turns to beat other roguelikes, such as NetHack or Ancient Domains of Mystery, but Larn can reasonably be completed in one play session.
Larn may refer to:
- Larn (video game), a 1986 roguelike computer game
- Richard Larn, British author and shipwreck expert
Usage examples of "larn".
Mingo, but she consorts with the vagabonds, and must have larned some of their tricks.
They larnt that of the British, who are actilly so full of it, they remind me of Commodore Trip.
I do believe that's the way he larned to give the folks the dodge so spry--well, I used to say to him, 'How on airth is it, Mr.
Ryerson's eldest son, Arthur Larned Ryerson, a Yale student, was killed in an automobile accident Easter Monday, 1912.