mocock

noun
mo·cock | \məˈkäk\
variants: or less commonly mocuck \-kək \
plural -s

Definition of mocock 

: a box or basket (as of birch bark) for keeping food

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History and Etymology for mocock

of Algoquian origin; akin to Ojibwa makak box

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