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cock  

[1]  
      n  
1    the male of the domestic fowl  
2   
a    any other male bird  
b    the male of certain other animals, such as the lobster  
c    (as modifier)  
a cock sparrow     
3       short for       stopcock       weathercock  
4       a taboo slang word for       penis  
5   
a    the hammer of a firearm  
b    its position when the firearm is ready to be discharged  
6      (Brit)  
informal   a friend, mate, or fellow  
7    a jaunty or significant tilting or turning upwards  
a cock of the head     
8      (Brit)  
informal   nonsense  
      vb  
9    tr   to set the firing pin, hammer, or breech block of (a firearm) so that a pull on the trigger will release it and thus fire the weapon  
10    tr   to set the shutter mechanism of (a camera) so that the shutter can be tripped by pressing the shutter-release button  
11    tr; sometimes foll by: up   to raise in an alert or jaunty manner  
12    intr   to stick or stand up conspicuously,   (See also)        cockup  
     (Old English cocc( referring to the male fowl; the development of C15 sense spout, tap, and other transferred senses is not clear), ultimately of imitative origin; related to Old Norse kokkr, French coq, Late Latin coccus)  
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cock   [2]  
      n  
1    a small, cone-shaped heap of hay, straw, etc.  
      vb  
2    tr   to stack (hay, straw, etc.) in such heaps  
     (C14 (in Old English, cocc is attested in place names): perhaps of Scandinavian origin; compare Norwegian kok, Danish dialect kok)  

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cock  

1   
      n   chanticleer, cockerel, rooster  
2   
      vb   perk up, prick, raise, stand up  

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