Definition of Cocket. Meaning of Cocket. Synonyms of Cocket

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Definition of Cocket

Cocket
Cocket Cock"et, a. [F. coquet coquettish. See Coquette, n.] Pert; saucy. [Obs.] --Halliwell.
Cocket
Cocket Cock"et, n. 1. (Eng. Law) A customhouse seal; a certified document given to a shipper as a warrant that his goods have been duly entered and have paid duty. 2. An office in a customhouse where goods intended for export are entered. [Eng.] 3. A measure for bread. [Obs.] --Blount.

Meaning of Cocket from wikipedia

- In old English law, a ****et was a custom house seal; or a certified do****ent given to a shipper as a warrant that his goods have been duly entered and...
- ****et bread was a type of bread in England, as referenced in the ****ize of Bread and Ale, 51 Hen. III (ca. 1266), where it is one of several kinds of...
- Henry of Coquet (died 1127) was a Dane who lived in a hermitage on the island of Coquet, off the Northumberland coast. A Dane of noble birth, Henry is...
- Emperor Henry, Bishop of Uppsala, Catholic saint and martyr St. Henry of ****et, hermit and miracle-worker of Coquet Island in north England, a Dane of...
- pro-Bourbon perpetrators were often known as the Verdets because of their green ****ets, which was the colour of the comte d'Artois – this being the title of Charles...
- Gaelic lords, much of the fighting about Sligo was for control of the "****et" of Sligo port. Merchant families set up trade under this system with the...
- on wine (initially 2s per tun) and other items (initially 6d in the £) ****et - a customs seal signifying that payment of duty has been made and other...
- McGuire as Old Wrangler Jill Banner as Snow White Eduard Franz as Ethan Allan ****et Walter Burke as Henry Lux Will Geer as Dr. Lee Evan William Daniels as Wynn...
- counter-roll (to exercise financial control). Their authority was signified by the ****et: a two-part seal which certified payment of duty, one half of which was...
- which is mentioned as a common colour for clothing in the Sligo area. The ****et of the port was a coveted income, much fought over between rival local dynasties...
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