from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To scramble awkwardly; do anything clumsily; loiter.
  • To stammer or hesitate.
  • n. One who hocks or hamstrings.


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  • Martin spoken of as a "shay-hocker" by Jew Dutchman.

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  • “Hawking” I can see in the sense of taking flight, but I’ve always heard and understood it as “hocking,” and a “hocker” as that which is “hocked.”

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  • The photo-spread released by TMZ spit the hocker of truth into my virginal eyes, and if you didn’t know, ya know now.

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  • A person who harangues, beseeches, or talks persuasively; a person who trades in information, gossip, or personal connections; someone who is (obnoxiously) ambitious. (Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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