Nock appears in the following palindrome (phrase that reads the same backward as forward):
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Definition of the noun nock
What does nock mean as a name of something?
- Either of the two grooves in a bow that hold the bowstring.
- The notch at the rear of an arrow that fits on the bowstring.
Specialised definition of the noun nock
Glossary of sports / archery
the groove or notch at the rear of an arrow that holds it in place on the bowstring (2005. Chambers Sports Factfinder. Chambers Harrap Publishers Ltd)
Definition of the verb nock
What does nock mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: nocked | nocking | nocks
- make small marks into the surface of
- lexical domain: Contact - verbs of touching, hitting, tying, digging
- synonyms of nock: mark / score
- more generic word: notch = cut or make a notch into
- more specific words:
Alternative definition of the verb nock
- [transitive] To fit an arrow against the bowstring of a bow or crossbow.
- [transitive] To cut a nock in (usually in an arrow's base or the tips of a bow).
- Nock is a fictional character from the 2014 film The Imitation Game.
- Nock is a fictional character from the 1991 film Detonator Orgun.
Nock is a programming language.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Nock
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The nock is a bulb of extraordinary size, which gives the hunter all the grip ho could ask. Notch, shallow and angular. Foreshaft, of bone, let into the end of the shaft by a dowel cut on the end of the bone. A small wooden plus >8 inserted into ...
Medical Record (1903)
by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman
Nock is a graduate of the Medical Department of the University of Syracuse in the class of 1883, and is a member of the Oneida County Medical Society and one of the visiting staff of the Rome Hospital. A Municipal Drink Cure Institution.
World's Best Jazz Club (2014)
The Story of Bennetts Lane by David James
" MIKE NOCK© Laki Sideris Nock is an outstanding composer. Three.
by Henry Brougham Guppy
NOCK is an ancient Shropshire name. There was a Richard Noc in this county in the 13th century, and at the same time there was a \Villiam Noc in Oxfordshire ( H. R.). Noke is an Oxfordshire parish .... ..ONIONS is probably another form of ...
Marriage and Child Wellbeing by Sara S. McLanahan, Elisabeth Donahue, Ron Haskins
Nock is a professor of sociology and director of the Marriage Matters project at the University of Virginia. Federal ...
An Illustrated History by Otis Tufton Mason
The nock is a bulb of extraordinary size, which gives the hunter all ...
by Margot Kinberg
At the very end of the shaft is the nock. The nock is a little plastic slot that is used to fit the arrow into the string of ...
Dictionary of Homonyms (2007)
by David Rothwell
A nock is a notch in an arrow into which the bowstring can fit. It is also the foremost upper corner of boomsails and of staysails cut with a square tack. knoll A knoll is either the rounded top of a mountain or hill, or a verb meaning to ring or toll a ...
Bowhunter's Encyclopedia (1992)
by Dwight R. Schuh
NOCK An arrow nock seems little more than an ...
by Constance L. Shehan
Hurtfully ; inju- Nocuously, nock'-u-us-le,) ' riously. NocerA, nd-tska-rd, A town of Central Italy, (anciently called Nuceria), and the see of a bishop, is situate in the Delegazione di Perugia, on a steep hill on the western ...
(Nock, 2010). Table 4 Functions of deliberate self harm Automatic negative reinforcement (intrapersonal) Automatic ...
Watson of Ear- nock, Bart. Watson of Henrietta Street, Bt. Knightage, etc. Watson of Ear- nock, Bart. Knightag-e, etc. Watson of Henrietta Street, E Watson, B. Knightage, etc.
by Stephanie Felgoise, Arthur M. Nezu, Christine M. Nezu, Mark A. Reinecke
Moreover, Nock and Kazdin consider factors that reflect the primary modes identified ...
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Video shows what nock means. Either of the two grooves in a bow that hold the bowstring.. The notch at the rear of an arrow that fits on the bowstring.. The upper ...
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Quotes about Nock
Learning has always been made much of, but forgetting has always been deprecated; therefore pedantry has pretty well established itself throughout the modern world at the expense of culture. (Albert J. Nock)
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Scrabble value of N1O1C3K5
The value of this 4-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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