kǫkkr

kǫkkr
m., gen. kakkar, dat. kekki; pl. kekkir
ком, комок (напр. в плохо размешанной каше, в горле и т. п.); см. snækǫkkr

Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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  • cock — cock1 cocklike, adj. /kok/, n. 1. a male chicken; rooster. 2. the male of any bird, esp. of the gallinaceous kind. 3. Also called stopcock. a hand operated valve or faucet, esp. one opened or closed by rotating a cylindrical or tapered plug… …   Universalium

  • cock — I [[t]kɒk[/t]] n. 1) a male chicken; rooster 2) the male of any bird, esp. of the gallinaceous kind 3) bui Also called stopcock a hand operated valve or faucet that controls the flow of liquid or gas. 4) (in a firearm) a) the part of the lock… …   From formal English to slang

  • cock — cock1 [käk] n. [ME cok < OE coc & OFr coq, like Dan kok, ON kokkr, of echoic orig.] 1. a) the male of the chicken; rooster b) the male of certain other birds 2. Archaic a) the crowing of a rooster, esp. at sunrise …   English World dictionary

  • cook — cook1 cookable, adj. cookless, adj. /kook/, v.t. 1. to prepare (food) by the use of heat, as by boiling, baking, or roasting. 2. to subject (anything) to the application of heat. 3. Slang. to ruin; spoil. 4. Informal. to falsify, as accounts: to… …   Universalium

  • γογγύλος — (I) ο γένος Εντόμων τής οικογένειας Mantidae (τάξη Ορθόπτερων). (II) γογγύλος, η, ον (Α) στρογγυλός. [ΕΤΥΜΟΛ. Ο τ. ανάγεται σε IE *gong /*geng . To επίθημα ύλος απαντά σε τύπους με παρεμφερή σημασία (πρβλ. αγκύλος, καμπύλος, στρογγύλος). Δυνατόν… …   Dictionary of Greek

  • cock — [OE] The word cock is probably ultimately of onomatopoeic origin, imitative of the male fowl’s call (like the lengthier English cock adoodle doo [16], French coquerico, and German kikeriki). Beyond that it is difficult to go with any certainty;… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • cock — {{11}}cock (n.1) male chicken, O.E. cocc male bird, O.Fr. coc (12c., Mod.Fr. coq), O.N. kokkr, all of echoic origin. O.E. cocc was a nickname for one who strutted like a cock, thus a common term in the Middle Ages for a pert boy, used of… …   Etymology dictionary

  • cook — [[t]kʊk[/t]] v. t. 1) to prepare (food) by the use of heat, as by boiling, baking, or roasting 2) to subject (anything) to the application of heat 3) cvb sts Slang. to ruin; spoil 4) inf Informal. to falsify, as accounts: to cook the books[/ex]… …   From formal English to slang

  • cock — [OE] The word cock is probably ultimately of onomatopoeic origin, imitative of the male fowl’s call (like the lengthier English cock adoodle doo [16], French coquerico, and German kikeriki). Beyond that it is difficult to go with any certainty;… …   Word origins


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