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See also: Rocken and Röcken

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English rochen, equivalent to rocke, roche + -en.

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rocken (comparative more rocken, superlative most rocken)

  1. (now archaic) Consisting or made of rock or rocky material.
    • c. 1870,, William Barnes, "The Girt Wold House o' Mossy Stwone", Poems of rural life in the Dorset Dialect:
      [] Don't talk ov housen all o' brick, / Wi' rocken walls nine inches thick, []

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NounEdit

rocken

  1. definite singular of rock