hóc
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hóc
Add:I. a hook at the end of a pole, chain, &c. for catching hold, dragging, &c. (lit. or fig.) Manna heortan þe beóð ðurh un-rihtwísnysse hócas áwegde, Hml. Th. i. 362, 27. v. tyge-, web-, wíngeard-hóc. II. a fish-hook Hóc hamus , Wrt. Voc. ii. 43, 36. Sende ongul ł hóc (hóc ðín, R.) mitte chamum , Mt. L. 17, 27. III. a curved implement Hóce cauterio (torrido dogmatum cauterio, Ald. 26, 34), Wrt. Voc. ii. 78, 54: 18, 13. v. weód-hóc; hóc-ísern. IV. bent timber used in shipbuilding (?) [v. N. E. D. hook; 8] Hócas uncini, spreotas trudes , Wrt. Voc. i. 57, 15. Þoll scalmus, bord tabule, hócas uncinos (v. Wülck. Gl. 289, II), 63, 81 (both glosses occur in lists of words connected with ships). V. a sharp bend or angle in the length of anything, v. hóced Tó ginum hócum, C. D. iii. 413, 10. Swá tó weáwan hócan, v. 207, 26.
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