cock

suomi-englanti sanakirja

cock englannista suomeksi

  1. sulkuhana

  2. kukko

  3. virittää

  4. kukkoilla

  5. hana

  6. ukko

  7. kyrpä

  8. panna kallelleen, kallistaa

  1. koiras

  2. iskuri

  3. yläkeno

  4. virittää

  5. virittyä

  6. kallistaa

cock englanniksi

  1. A male bird, ''especially:''

  2. (senseid) A rooster: a male gallinaceous bird, ''especially'' a male domestic chicken ((taxlink)).

  3. A pigeon.

  4. A valve or tap for controlling flow in plumbing.

  5. 1864, Robert Niccol, ''Essay on Sugar, and General Treatise on Sugar Refining'':

  6. The liquor is discharged from the cock S into liquor cans V (..), from which it is transferred to the sugar in the moulds. W represents one of the traps or stairs which communicate with respective floors of the sugarhouse.
  7. The hammer of a firearm trigger mechanism.

  8. The penis.

  9. (quote-text)

  10. 2001, Carlton Mellick III, ''Satan Burger''-->

  11. (inline alt forms)

  12. The circle at the end of the rink.

  13. The state of being cocked; an upward turn, tilt or angle.

  14. (RQ:Scott St Ronan's Well) with a knowing cock of his eye to his next neighbour. Of this person little need be said.

  15. 1843, James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch, ''Fraser's Magazine'', page 694:

  16. (..) in 1803; my eyes transmogrified (..); my nose had lost its pretty cock, and had grown elegantly hooked; and (..)
  17. (RQ:Hawthorne House Seven Gables)

  18. A stupid, obnoxious or contemptable person.

  19. Nonsense; rubbish; a fraud.

  20. 1851, Henry Mayhew, ''(w)''

  21. The running patterer cares less than other street-sellers for bad weather, for if he "work" on a wet and gloomy evening, and if the work be "a cock," which is a fictitious statement or even a pretended fictitious statement, there is the less chance of any one detecting the ruse.
  22. (quote-book)

  23. A man; a fellow, (non-gloss definition).

  24. (ux)

  25. 1848, Thomas Frost, ''Paul the Poacher'' (page 118)

  26. Now, in coming down here, I journeyed part of the way with a jolly old cock, who a tear with me every time the coach stopped (..)
  27. A boastful tilt of one's head or hat.

  28. Shuttlecock.

  29. A vane in the shape of a cock; a weathercock.

  30. (RQ:Shakespeare King Lear)

  31. A chief person; a leader or master, or a leading thing.

  32. 1542, Nicholas Udall (translator), Erasmus (original author), ''Apophthegmata'', page 164:

  33. The contrarye of a die to this... was called Venus, or Cous, and yt was cocke, the beste that might be cast.
  34. 1672 (original), 1776 (printed), Andrew Marvell, ''The Works of Andrew Marvell'', page 154:

  35. Tis sir Salomon's sword; cock of as many men as it hath been drawn against. Woe worth the man that comes in the way of so dead-doing a tool, (..)
  36. (RQ:Spectator)

  37. 1833, James Shirley, ''The Dramatic Works and Poems of James Shirley'', page 232:

  38. She is a widow, don, consider that; Has buried one was thought a Hercules, Two cubits taller, and a man that cut Three inches deeper in the say, than I; Consider that too : She may be cock o&39;twenty, nay, for aught know, she is immortal.
  39. The crow of a cock, especially the first crow in the morning; cockcrow.

  40. (RQ:Scott St Ronan's Well)

  41. 1842 (published 1856), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, ''Poems ...'', page 334:

  42. And here we are, half-way to Alcalá, between cocks and midnight.
  43. A male fish, especially a salmon or trout.

  44. (quote-book)|passage=As spawning time approaches – autumn or very early winter in most rivers, though in some late-run streams salmon may spawn as late as January or February – the hen's colouration becomes first a matt-pewter and then a drab dark brown-grey. The cock fish, in contrast, begins to gain some brighter colours.

  45. (syn)

    (cot)

  46. The style or gnomon of a sundial.

  47. (quote-book)show the stay of the time sliding by.

  48. The indicator of a balance.

  49. The bridge piece that affords a bearing for the pivot of a balance in a clock or watch.

  50. (quote-journal)with a steel Chain(..)a brass Cock, an endless Screw

  51. To lift the cock of a firearm or crossbow; to prepare (a gun or crossbow) to be fired.

  52. 1812, (w), ''The Waltz''

  53. Cocked, fired, and missed his man.
  54. To be prepared to be triggered by having the cock lifted.

  55. ''In the darkness, the gun cocked loudly.''

  56. To erect; to turn up.

  57. 1720, (w), ''Thursday: Or, The Spell''

  58. Our Lightfoot barks, and cocks his ears.
  59. 1728, (w), ''A Dialogue Between Mad Mullinix and Timothy''

  60. Dick would cock his nose in scorn.
  61. To copulate with; (by extension, as with fuck) to mess up, to damage, to destroy.

  62. "Please tell me the way to Cockfosters"... "Drink it warm, mate."

  63. *Foster's_Lager|Foster's Lager TV commercial, 1980s

  64. To turn or twist something upwards or to one side; to lift or tilt (e.g. headwear) boastfully.

  65. ''He cocked his hat jauntily.''

  66. To turn (the eye) obliquely and partially close its lid, as an expression of derision or insinuation.

  67. To strut; to swagger; to look big, pert, or menacing.

  68. To make a nestle-cock of, to pamper or spoil

  69. Expression of annoyance.

  70. 2006, "Vamp", ''oh cock i should have kept with a toyota!'' (on newsgroup ''uk.rec.cars.modifications'')

  71. Vulva, vagina. (defdate)

  72. (circa) Rufus George Perryman (Speckled Red), quoted by Elijah Wald, ''The Dozens: A History of Rap's Mama'':

  73. Born in the canebrake and you were suckled by a bear,
    Jumped right through your mammy's cock and never touched a hair.
  74. 1933(–35?), (w), ''Till the cows come home'':

  75. I told him I gotta good cock and it's got four damn good names:
    Rough top, rough cock, tough cock, cock without a bone.
    (..) If you suck my pussy, / baby, I'll suck your dick.
  76. 1949 March 2, Mrs. H. K. of Camden, Missouri, quoted by Vance Randolph, ''Unprintable Ozark Folksongs and Folklore: Roll me in your arms, Volume 1'':

  77. I've got a girl in Castle Rock,
    She wears a moustache on her cock.
  78. 1998, Scarface, ''Fuck Faces'' (song):

  79. I stuck my fist up in her cock, she didn't budge or move it.
  80. 2010, Vildred C. Tucker-Dawson, ''A Journey Back in Time: My Story Book'':

  81. She smelled like she was on her period and hadn't changed pads. On ah many occasions I heard men say her cock smelled through her clothing.
  82. A small conical pile of hay.

  83. To form into piles.

  84. 1579, (w), ''(w)''

  85. Under the cocked hay.
  86. (abbr of) a type of small boat.

  87. (senseid) (non-gloss definition)

  88. (RQ:Shakespeare Merry Wives)