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cocks, plural;
  1. Pile (hay, straw, or other material) into such a shape

Noun
  1. A small pile of hay, straw, or other material, with vertical sides and a rounded top


  1. obscene terms for penis
  2. tilt or slant to one side; "cock one's head"
  3. set the trigger of a firearm back for firing
  4. stopcock: faucet consisting of a rotating device for regulating flow of a liquid
  5. hammer: the part of a gunlock that strikes the percussion cap when the trigger is pulled
  6. tittup: to walk with a lofty proud gait, often in an attempt to impress others; "He struts around like a rooster in a hen house"
  7. A rooster, or a cock, is a male chicken (Gallus gallus) with the female being called a hen. Immature male chickens of less than a year's age are called cockerels. The oldest term is "cock," from Old English coc. It is sometimes replaced by the term "cockerel" in the United Kingdom and Ireland. ...
  8. The surname Cock is derived from the Dutch and Flemish surname de Cock, alternately found as de Cook or de Kok and can be Anglicanised as Cook, and comes from the occupation of a cook.
  9. The Rooster or Cock (') is one of the 12-year cycle of animals which appear in the Chinese zodiac related to the Chinese calendar. The Year of the Rooster is represented by the earthly branch character '.
  10. (Cocks (Handball)) Riihimäki Cocks (Riihimäen Cocks) is a Finnish handball club from Riihimäki.
  11. (Cocks (surname)) Cocks is a surname, and may refer to: *Arthur Cocks, Australian cricket umpire *Charles Cocks, British 19th century wine enthusiast, author of Cocks & Féret *Clifford Cocks, British cryptographer *Jay Cocks, film writer *Richard Cocks, English trader in Japan in the seventeenth ...
  12. A male bird, especially a domestic fowl; Male chicken or other gallinaceous bird; A valve or tap for controlling flow in plumbing; The hammer of a firearm trigger mechanism; The penis; The circle at the end of the rink; The state of being cocked; an upward turn, tilt or angle; A stupid person ...
  13. Cocks are fitted with bearings in which the lever, balance or wheels pivot. A cock is affixed at only one point by means of so-called "feet."
  14. A faucet or valve for regulating the flow of water.
  15. Any retaining device secured by a single screw.
  16. A metal plate having one end fastened to the movement plate and the other end supporting the pivot of a wheel. The balance cock supports the top pivot of the balance staff and is mounted on the top plate of the watch movement.
  17. a male that has finished one seasons as a breeder. Usually refers to older birds.
  18. Term sometimes used to denote the male of any bird species, but it is mostly used in Great Britain. Here in North America, it typically is reserved for the male chicken (rooster). It is the opposite of "hen."
  19. cockerel : In the bestiary of symbolism, the cock is the symbolic creature for France, as the lion is for England or the dragon for Wales. ...
  20. a small boat propelled by oars, esp. one used as a ship's tender.
  21. A "very occult bird, much appreciated in ancient augury and symbolism. According to the Zohar, the cock crows three times before the death of a person; . . . ...
  22. Cocks were used historically for sacrifice as an offering to the gods, as it was believed to represent light and goodness. They were also used as part of spells to raise rain and storms.
  23. A male bird generally after the first moult at approx one and a half years old.
  24. "Roosters should be banned," clucked Tom cockily.
  25. Bending the wrists backwards during the backswing.