Choak
Choak \Choak\, v. t. & i. See {Choke}. [1913 Webster]

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  • Choak — This unusual surname, recorded in the spellings of Chocke, Choke, Chockes and Choak, is not apparently what is claimed. According to the 1984 Handbook of Cornish Surnames , Choak derives from chok , meaning jackdaw or chatterer , and is Cornish.… …   Surnames reference

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  • Choke — This unusual surname, recorded in the spellings of Chocke, Choke, Chockes and Choak, is not apparently what is claimed. According to the 1984 Handbook of Cornish Surnames , Choak derives from chok , meaning jackdaw or chatterer , and is Cornish.… …   Surnames reference

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