[kok-er] /ˈkɒk ər/
verb (used with object)
to cocker a child.
a devotee of cockfighting
short for cocker spaniel
(transitive) (rare) to pamper or spoil by indulgence
(Brit, informal) a mate (esp in the phrase old cocker)
according to Cocker, reliable or reliably; correct or correctly
alter kocker, old cocker
[kok-er-uh l, kok-ruh l] /ˈkɒk ər əl, ˈkɒk rəl/ noun 1. a young domestic cock. /ˈkɒkərəl; ˈkɒkrəl/ noun 1. a young domestic cock, usually less than a year old n. “young cock,” mid-15c. (late 12c. as a surname), apparently a diminutive of cock (n.1). Despite the form, no evidence that it is from French.
/ˈkɒkərəl/ noun 1. Sir Christopher Sydney. 1910–99, British engineer, who invented the hovercraft
noun 1. one of a breed of small spaniels having a flat or slightly waved, soft, dense coat of any of several colors. noun 1. a small compact breed of spaniel having sleek silky fur, a domed head, and long fringed ears
[kok-ahy] /ˈkɒkˌaɪ/ noun, plural cockeyes. 1. an eye that squints or is affected with strabismus. /ˈkɒkˌaɪ/ noun 1. (informal) an eye affected with strabismus or one that squints noun A left-handed pitcher; southpaw (1940s+ Baseball)