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nickname from Middle English cok ‘cock’, ‘male
bird or fowl’ (Old English cocc), given for a variety of
possible reasons. Applied to a young lad who strutted proudly like a
cock, it soon became a generic term for a youth and was attached with
hypocoristic force to the short forms of many medieval personal names