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Definition of lock:

  1. Anything that fastens; an instrument to fasten doors, & c.; an enclosure or lock- up; the part of a fire- arm by which it is discharged; an inclosure in a canal, with gates at each end, for raising or lowering the boats; a state of being locked; a grapple in wrestling.
  2. A tuft of hair; a tuft of wool, hay, or other like substance; a ringlet of hair.
  3. To fasten with a lock; to fasten, so as to impede motion; to shut up or confine; to close fast; to embrace closely; to provide with locks; to seize the sword- arm of an antagonist by a peculiar movement.

Common misspellings for lock:

loock, glock, lacaeus, lcaic, lacea.

Lock \l(o)-ck\

Meaning:
woods; fortified place; pond
Origin:
German
Details:
Lock as a boy's name is a variant of Locke (Old English, Old German), and the meaning of Lock is "woods; fortified place; pond".
Meaning:
Lech, loki, lucky, Lacko, Luc, luck.
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Examples of usage for lock:

  1. A bar is a piece of wood or metal, usually of considerable size, by which an opening is obstructed, a door held fast, etc. A bar may be movable or permanent; a bolt is a movable rod or pin of metal, sliding in a socket and adapted for securing a door or window. A lock is an arrangement by which an enclosed bolt is shot forward or backward by a key, or other device; the bolt is the essential part of the lock A latch or catch is an accessible fastening designed to be easily movable, and simply to secure against accidental opening of the door, cover, etc. A hasp is a metallic strap that fits over a staple, calculated to be secured by a padlock; a simple hook that fits into a staple is also called a hasp. A clasp is a fastening that can be sprung into place, to draw and hold the parts of some enclosing object firmly together, as the clasp of a book. –  by
  2. They can't lock up a man for dancing with you? – The Beautiful Wretch; The Pupil of Aurelius; and The Four Macnicols by William Black
  3. I don't know what else we can do, unless we go below and lock ourselves in, every night. – The Ghost Pirates by William Hope Hodgson

Rhymes for lock:

  1. bach, bloc, bloch, block, bock, caulk, chalk, chock, clock, crock, doc, dock, floc, flock, frock, hock, jock, knock, loch, locke, mach, mock, nock, pock, roc, rock, schlock, shock, smock, sock, spock, stock, walk, wok, brock, haak, lok, blok, jacques, brok, broc, krock, roch, bok, hoc, mok, kroc, och, kloc, kok, glock, croc, sok, tock, boch, chok, poch, vlok, hoch;
  2. bangkok, iraq, o'clock, restock, undock, unlock, isaak;
  3. antiknock, interlock, overstock;
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