- From Middle English maddoc, from an unrecorded Old English form corresponding to Old Norse maðkr (whence dialectal English mawk, Danish madike, Swedish mask), originally a diminutive of the Proto-Germanic *maþô (“worm”) (whence Old English maþa), equivalent to made (“maggot”) + -ock. (Wiktionary)
“#52 POSTED BY michelle maddock, Oct 16th, 2008 9: 34 pm want to see this movie please … …”
“In the weeks since I arrived here, I've taken shovel and maddock and rake to recreate the kinds of channels that were here before.”
“The ice was all of a foot thick in the creek but men cut it with ax and maddock, spade and saw.”
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