[kok-ni-fahy] /ˈkɒk nɪˌfaɪ/
verb (used with object), cockneyfied, cockneyfying.
to give a character to: to cockneyfy the word “horse” by pronouncing it “’orse.”.
verb -fies, -fying, -fied
(transitive) to cause (one’s speech, manners, etc) to fit the stereotyped idea of a cockney
[kok-nee-iz-uh m] /ˈkɒk niˌɪz əm/ noun 1. quality or character. 2. a peculiarity, as of speech. /ˈkɒknɪˌɪzəm/ noun 1. a characteristic of speech or custom peculiar to cockneys
[kok-uh v-th uh-rok] /ˈkɒk əv ðəˈrɒk/ noun, plural cocks-of-the-rock. 1. a brilliant orange-red bird of the genus Rupicola, of northern South America, having an erect crest that conceals the bill. noun 1. either of two tropical South American birds, Rupicola rupicola or R. peruviana, having an erectile crest and (in the male) a brilliant red […]
noun 1. the leader in a group, especially one with a conceited, domineering manner. noun 1. (informal) a person who asserts himself in a strutting pompous way A conceited, bossy person, as in Since his last promotion he’s been acting like the cock of the walk—he’s unbearable. This expression alludes to the rooster’s proud strut […]
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