Definition of Hockday
1 : the second Tuesday after Easter celebrated in England before the 18th century with rough sport and humorous play originally for the collection of funds for community purposes —called also Hock Tuesday
2 : the second Monday after Easter —called also Hock Monday
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Origin and Etymology of hockday
Middle English hockedai, hokeday
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