Word:

Cockney

Cock´ney   Pronunciation: kǒk´nŷ
n.1.An effeminate person; a spoilt child.
This great lubber, the world, will prove a cockney.
- Shak.
2.A native or resident of the city of London, especially one living in the East End district; - sometimes used contemptuously.
3.the distinctive dialect of a cockney{2}.
a.1.Of or relating to, or like, cockneys.
Noun1.Cockney - a native of the east end of London
2.cockney - the nonstandard dialect of natives of the east end of London
Adj.1.cockney - characteristic of Cockneys or their dialect; "cockney vowels"
2.Cockney - relating to or resembling a cockney; "Cockney street urchins"
baseborn, below the salt, common, commonplace, homely, humble, low, lowborn, lowbred, lowly, mean, nonclerical, ordinary, plain, plebeian, rude, shabby-genteel, third-estate, ungenteel, vulgar
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cockiness
Cocking
Cockle
Cockle hat
Cockle stairs
cockle-bur
cockle-burr
Cocklebur
cockleburr
Cockled
Cockler
Cockleshell
Cockling sea
Cockloft
Cockmaster
Cockmatch
-- Cockney --
Cockneydom
Cockneyfy
Cockneyish
Cockneyism
Cockpit
Cockroach
Cockroaches
Cockscomb
cocksfoot
Cockshead
Cockshut
Cockshut time
Cockshy
Cockspur
cockspur hawthorn
cockspur thorn
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