MEANING: verb intr.: To frolic or to engage in horseplay.

ETYMOLOGY: Skylark is a small bird known for singing while soaring in the sky. Earlier, the term skylark was used by seamen to refer to playfully moving around the rigging of a ship. From sky + lark, from Old Norse sky (cloud). Earliest documented use: 1686.

SKYDARK - total eclipse of the sun

SKYLURK - unpublicized drone

SKILARK - spur-of-the-moment trip to Vail