Pawnable: The ”ice” was always hockable (1878+)
[hok] /hɒk/ verb (used with object) 1. 1 . noun 2. the state of being deposited or held as security; pawn: She was forced to put her good jewelry in hock. 3. the condition of owing; debt: After the loan was paid, he was finally out of hock. /hɒk/ noun 1. the joint at the […]
[hok-it] /ˈhɒk ɪt/ noun 1. a technique in medieval musical composition in which two or three voice parts are given notes or short phrases in rapid alternation, producing an erratic, hiccuping effect.
[hok-it] /ˈhɒk ɪt/ noun 1. Charles, 1916–2000, U.S. linguist and anthropologist.
[hok-ee] /ˈhɒk i/ noun 1. . 2. . /ˈhɒkɪ/ noun 1. Also called (esp US and Canadian) field hockey 2. See ice hockey /ˈhɒkɪ/ noun 1. (East Anglian, dialect) Also hawkey, horkey n. after an isolated reference from Ireland dated 1527 (“The horlinge of the litill balle with hockie stickes or staves …”), the word […]