Cock ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Cock ( noun )

  1. An adult male chicken.
  2. A faucet or valve controlling the flow of a liquid or gas.
  3. An upwardly curved handle on a lever, used to operate a switch or other mechanism.
  4. A device for adjusting the angle of the sights on a gun.
  5. An erect penis.

Origin:

From old english cocc, of germanic origin; related to dutch kok and german kocke "block, cube, die".

Examples:

  1. The farmer was raising cocks for their meat.
  2. The water tap had a cock to control the flow.
  3. The lever had a cock that controlled the flow of gas to the stove.
  4. The gun had a cock to adjust the angle of the sight.
  5. His cock was hard from the sight of her in a bikini.

(As a verb)

Cock ( verb )

  1. An adult male chicken.
  2. A faucet or valve controlling the flow of a liquid or gas.
  3. An upwardly curved handle on a lever, used to operate a switch or other mechanism.
  4. A device for adjusting the angle of the sights on a gun.
  5. An erect penis.

Origin:

From old english cocc, of germanic origin; related to dutch kok and german kocke "block, cube, die".

Examples:

  1. The farmer was raising cocks for their meat.
  2. The water tap had a cock to control the flow.
  3. The lever had a cock that controlled the flow of gas to the stove.
  4. The gun had a cock to adjust the angle of the sight.
  5. His cock was hard from the sight of her in a bikini.
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