nock nock  /ˈnɑk/


  • (v) make small marks into the surface of



  1. To nock is to fit the string into the notch at the arrow's end.
  2. Of the 3,000,000 Armenians in the Middle East, Cardinal Agagianian's Catholic nock numbers a mere 100,000.
  3. A rather plain Venus in a gown, bending to teach her little boy how to nock an arrow.


  • Matt Stutzman on national television Friday afternoon

    Friday is the premier of an archery competition reality TV show on NBC Sports airing at noon local time. Fairfield’s 2012 Paralympic silver medalist archer Matt Stutzman is one of the competitors on the show, “Nock Out,” featuring 12 archers competing in field, 3D and target archery. Interviewed in May about the show, Stutzman said, “I like promoting the sport of archery and I like encouraging ...
    on July 24, 2013     Source: The Fairfield Ledger


  • "We will empower Nock to be the price setter in the oil industry," said John Michuki, the acting Finance minister.
    on Nov 2, 2008 By: John Michuki Source: Business Daily Africa

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