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A Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of the Swatow Dialect, Arranged According to Syllables and Tones/cok

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— cok —

cok963021 To commit to another's charge by request or injunction; to enjoin upon.
cok-tho̤h i khṳ̀ cò̤; commission him to go and do it. sĭu nâng kâi cok-tho̤h; had a commission from some one. sĭ i bói cok chut lâi kâi; one who was suborned by him. úa cò̤-nî têng-lêng cok-hù lṳ́, lṳ́ to̤ bô̤ thiaⁿ; no matter how often I reiterate the instructions to you, you do not heed them. cài-saⁿ cok-tho̤h; charged him repeatedly.

cok10141570 The foot; sufficient; fully.
chíu cok; hands and feet. hiaⁿ-tĭ sĭ chíu cok; brothers are to each other as hand and foot. cok ĕ; Your Honor; you, sir. sit cok; a false step. ka-kī cṳ̆ cok; he is sufficient unto himself. cok ēng; enough for the purpose. cok-cok chūe lṳ́ ŭ pùaⁿ jît; I have been seeking you for fully half a day. cok-cok ŭ cêk peh níe tăng; it is fully a hundred taels in weight. lṳ́ tîeh cai cok; you must be content. lṳ́ cìeⁿ-seⁿ tîeh cai cok; you must be satisfied with that. lṳ́ cìeⁿ-seⁿ sĭ m̄ cai cok; you are not content with that. cí khí nâng put cok tău; such people are not worth talking about. cok sìo; the full account. hâiⁿ cok sìo; paid the bill in full. siu kàu cok-cok; collected the entire amount. múaⁿ-cok; quite full. chong cok; to fill full. ngṳ̂n-cúi cok; the surplus weight of the coin is paid for in full. cok ngṳ̂n; coin in which there is no deficiency nor debasement. câp-cok; complete in all respects. ngṳ̂n câp-cok; the money is quite sufficient. câp-jī cok hó̤; superexcellent. cí kùe tang siu câp-cok; this last crop was a full one. i kâi châi-chêng put cok lâi tng tōa ceh-jĭm; his ability is not sufficient for a post of great responsibility. ûi sùe put cok, ûi cìang ŭ ṳ̂; not so much as is required for a commander-in-chief, but more than is required for a general. cí kĭaⁿ sṳ̄ put cok kùai; there is nothing very wonderful about this. cok cĕng; unalloyed. cía siah sĭ cok-cĕng kâi; this pewter is without alloy. ŭ cok, ŭ ṳ̂; there is enough and more than enough. jī-sì cok; many times more than is needed.

cok951135 To supplicate the gods; to felicitate.
cok hok; invoke blessings. cok-bûn; forms of prayer. cok sîn kâi ūe; the language of prayer. táu cok; to say prayers. cok sīu; to congratulate another upon his birthday. bīe cok; an acolyte, or waiter in a temple. chíaⁿ tī-tîang thâk cok; request some one to read prayers. khèng cok bw̄n sīu; bless with endless life.

cok100595 To act; to become.
cok-kùai; cok-cōng; to assume an air of indifference; to put on a pompous manner; to have an unusual air of superiority. i cîah khah pá cū cok-cōng; if he has too much to eat he will become pompous. i cìeⁿ-sî cok-kùai căi; she assumes great dignity lately.

côk1015707 A family which traces its descent from one ancestor.
côk phó; a clan register. côk tíeⁿ; the chief of a tribe. côk láu; the elders of a tribe. cong-côk; a clan. tâng côk; of the same tribe. hok ìm cêk côk; a benefactor of the whole tribe. hâh côk; a united clan. hăm côk; the whole clan. côk lăi; belonging to the clan.

côk825306 The sound made in calling a dog.
i tó̤ côk-côk sĭ kho i bûa-khṳ̀ a sĭ hàm i khui-khṳ̀? In sounding that call to the dog, is he setting him on, or calling him off? lṳ́ m̄ tîeh côk-côk-kìe kho i lâi cîah? Why do you not call the dog to come and get his food?