[koh-suh-nair-oh] /ˌkoʊ səˈnɛər oʊ/
noun, plural cocineros. Southwestern U.S.
a cook, especially one working on a ranch or a trail drive.
[kok] /kɒk/ noun 1. a male chicken; rooster. 2. the male of any bird, especially of the gallinaceous kind. 3. Also called stopcock. a hand-operated valve or faucet, especially one opened or closed by rotating a cylindrical or tapered plug having part of the passage pierced through it from side to side. 4. 5. Slang: […]
/ˌkɒkəˈbʊlɪ/ noun (pl) -lies 1. any of several small freshwater fish of New Zealand
[ko-keyd] /kɒˈkeɪd/ noun 1. a rosette, knot of ribbon, etc., usually worn on the hat as part of a uniform, as a badge of office, or the like. /kɒˈkeɪd/ noun 1. a feather or ribbon worn on military headwear n. 1709, earlier cockard (1650s), from French cocarde (16c.), fem. of cocard (Old French cocart) “foolishly […]
[kok-uh-dood-l-doo] /ˈkɒk əˌdud lˈdu/ interjection 1. (used as a conventionalized expression to suggest the crowing of a rooster, as in stories for children.) noun, plural cock-a-doodle-doos. 2. the loud crow of a cock. 3. Baby Talk. a rooster. verb (used without object), cock-a-doodle-dooed, cock-a-doodle-dooing. 4. to crow. /ˌkɒkəˌduːdəlˈduː/ interjection 1. an imitation or representation of […]