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I'd have thought Hocking up saliva was a widespread enough slang usage to be recognized here. -- 06:10, 25 August 2010 (UTC)

Isn't that a spelling of hawk? Also, see hork. DCDuring TALK 22:53, 22 September 2010 (UTC)

What about adding the Yiddish derived meaning of the word hock that comes from Yiddish, meaning to pester?

Do you know the Hebrew script for it? We might already have it? DCDuring TALK 22:53, 22 September 2010 (UTC)

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  • Time: 2004-10-18T08:55:16Z - By: w:User:Schnolle - Comment: First def, substub and dangerously close to a dictionary entry. So sue me.
  • Time: 2004-10-18T09:48:01Z - By: w:User:Schnolle - Comment: Added category
  • Time: 2004-10-18T10:24:08Z - By: w:User:Schnolle - Comment: see also heel
  • Time: 2004-11-05T16:01:04Z - By: w:User:Lexor - Comment: Wikify
  • Time: 2005-04-19T00:18:33Z - By: w:User:Allen3 - Comment: {{move to wiktionary}}