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jock1 / jäk/ • n. inf. 1. a disc jockey. 2. an enthusiast or participant in a specified activity: a computer jock. jock2 • n. inf. another term for jockstrap. ∎  an enthusiastic athlete or sports fan, esp. one with few other interests. ∎  a slow-witted person of large size and great physical strength.DERIVATIVES: jock·ish adj.jock3 • n. inf. a pilot or astronaut.

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Jock

Jock Sc. var. of JACK; rustic (cf. HODGE). XVI.

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jock

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