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Etymology 1Edit

From rock (stone) +‎ -ish.

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rockish (comparative more rockish, superlative most rockish)

  1. Like a rock; stony; (figuratively) hard; callous
    • 1837, William Greenhill, ‎James Sherman, An Exposition of the Prophet Ezekiel:
      God did strike them with Egyptian and Babylonish rods, but there were no tears, no relentings, no returnings, but grew harder and harder, even to a rockish hardiness.
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Etymology 2Edit

From rock (rock music) +‎ -ish.

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rockish (comparative more rockish, superlative most rockish)

  1. (music) That has the characteristics of rock music.
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