Türkische aussprache härk bäk
/ˈhärk ˈbak/ /ˈhɑːrk ˈbæk/
Etymologie [ 'härk ] (intransitive verb.) 14th century. Originally a hunting command, literally “Listen! Go back!”, thence a term to refer to the process. In the 19th century US became used in a figurative sense “to go back to an earlier point or topic in a discussion”. In 20th century American usage used more loosely for references to the past (often historical past, rather than earlier in a given discussion), particularly nostalgic.