bawcock

bawcock

[baw-kok]
noun Archaic.
(used familiarly) a fine fellow.

Origin:
1590–1600; < French beau coc fine cock

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bawcock (ˈbɔːˌkɒk)
 
n
archaic a fine fellow
 
[C16: from French beau coq, from beau handsome + coqcock1]

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