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  • 41impudence — I noun arrogance, audacity, boldness, brashness, brazenness, contempt, defiance, disdain, disregard, disrespect, disrespectfulness, effrontery, flippancy, forwardness, gall, impertinence, insolence, nerve, overbearance, pertness, rudeness,… …

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  • 42Haycock — This interesting name derives from the medieval given name Hay, itself deriving from the Olde English pre 7th century nickname heah meaning tall He was a strong man and hey (Quotation c. 1300). The suffix cock was frequently added to the petform… …

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  • 43Haycox — This interesting and unusual surname is of early medieval English origin, and derives from a medieval given name Hay , with the Middle English hypocoristic suffix cock , used as a term of affection, denoting the pertness of lusty and swaggering… …

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  • 44Hercock — Recorded in many spelling forms including Hiscock, Hitchcock, Hiscox, and the later dialectals such as Hercock, Hircock and Hiscoe, this surname is medieval English. It derives from the male given name Hiche or Hich , itself a pet form of Richard …

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  • 45Hiscocks — Recorded in many spelling forms including Hiscock, Hitchcock, Hiscox, and the patronymic Hiscocks, as well as dialectals such as Hercock, Hircock and Hiscoe, this surname is medieval English. It derives from the male given name Hiche or Hich ,… …

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  • 46Hiscoe — Recorded in many spelling forms including Hiscock, Hitchcock, Hiscox, the later dialectal Hiscoe, and others, this surname is 14th century medieval English. It derives from the male given name Hiche or Hich , itself a pet form of Richard, from… …

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  • 47Hiscoke — Recorded in many spelling forms including Hiscock, Hiscoke, Hitchcock, Hiscox, the later dialectal Hiscoe, and others, this surname is 14th century medieval English. It derives from the male given name Hiche or Hich , itself a pet form of Richard …

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  • 48Jacox — This interesting name derives from Jack, a pet form of the personal name John (from the Hebrew Yochanan meaning Jehovah has favoured me with a son ) plus cock , a suffix which was added to the nickname of the baptismal name to indicate the… …

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  • 49Jaycox — This interesting name derives from Jack, a pet form of the personal name John (from the Hebrew Yochanan meaning Jehovah has favoured me with a son ) plus cock , a suffix which was added to the nickname of the baptismal name to indicate the… …

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  • 50Jeacocke — This interesting name derives from Jack, a pet form of the personal name John (from the Hebrew Yochanan meaning Jehovah has favoured me with a son ) plus cock , a suffix which was added to the nickname of the baptismal name to indicate the… …

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  • 51Jecock — This interesting name derives from Jack, a pet form of the personal name John (from the Hebrew Yochanan meaning Jehovah has favoured me with a son ) plus cock , a suffix which was added to the nickname of the baptismal name to indicate the… …

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  • 52Jaycock — This very interesting medieval English surname, recorded as Jaycock, Jeacock, Jecock, Jaycox, and Jaycocks, is a derivation of the French Jacque or the derivative Jack. These are both nickname forms of the personal name John , itself from the… …

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  • 53Jaycocks — This very interesting medieval English surname, recorded as Jaycock, Jeacock, Jecock, Jaycox, and Jaycocks, is a derivation of the French Jacque or the derivative Jack. These are both nickname forms of the personal name John , itself from the… …

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  • 54Jeaycock — This very interesting medieval English surname, recorded as Jaycock, Jeacock, Jecock, Jaycox, and Jaycocks, is a derivation of the French Jacque or the derivative Jack. These are both nickname forms of the personal name John , itself from the… …

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  • 55Philcock — This interesting surname is a patronymic from Phil, a pet form of the given name Philip, itself coming from the Greek name Phillippos, from Philein meaning to love plus hippos horse , plus the old English pre 7th Century cocc cock . The suffix… …

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  • 56Philcox — This interesting surname is a patronymic from Phil, a pet form of the given name Philip, itself coming from the Greek name Phillippos, from Philein meaning to love plus hippos horse , plus the old English pre 7th Century cocc cock . The suffix… …

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  • 57Phillcock — This interesting surname is a patronymic from Phil, a pet form of the given name Philip, itself coming from the Greek name Phillippos, from Philein meaning to love plus hippos horse , plus the old English pre 7th Century cocc cock . The suffix… …

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  • 58Phillcox — This interesting surname is a patronymic from Phil, a pet form of the given name Philip, itself coming from the Greek name Phillippos, from Philein meaning to love plus hippos horse , plus the old English pre 7th Century cocc cock . The suffix… …

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  • 59Pidcock — This name, with variant spellings Pydcock, Pithcock and Pitcock, derives from Pyd or Pid, short forms of the old English pre 7th Century personal name Pyd(d)a, plus the suffix cock . Though not recorded independently this personal name is… …

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  • 60Pitcock — This name, with variant spellings Pydcock, Pithcock and Pitcock, derives from Pyd or Pid, short forms of the old English pre 7th Century personal name Pyd(d)a, plus the suffix cock . Though not recorded independently this personal name is… …

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