Meaning of SOCK in English

I. noun (plural ~s) Etymology: Middle English ~e, from Old English socc, from Latin soccus Date: before 12th century a low shoe or slipper, a knitted or woven covering for the foot usually worn under shoes and extending above the ankle and sometimes to the knee, 3. a shoe worn by actors in Greek and Roman comedy, comic drama, ~less adjective II. verb Etymology: origin unknown Date: circa 1700 transitive verb to hit, strike, or apply forcefully , intransitive verb to deliver a blow ; hit , III. noun Date: circa 1700 a vigorous or violent blow

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