noun cam·mock \ˈkamək\
variants: less commonly



Definition of cammock



  1. 1 Scottish :  a curved or crooked stick; especially :  a field-hockey stick

  2. 2 Scottish :  field hockey

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Origin and Etymology of cammock

Middle English cambok, from Medieval Latin cambuca, of Celtic origin; akin to Welsh camog bent stick, Scottish Gaelic camag curl, crook, Old Irish camm crooked — more at change

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