"cocum" Definition

  1. shrewdness, ability, luck; “Jack’s got COCUM, he’s safe to get on, he is,”—viz., he starts under favourable circumstances; “to fight COCUM” is to be wily and cautious. Allied perhaps to the Scottish KEEK, _German_, GUCKEN, to peep or pry into.

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Position in the dictionary: 712 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: cod, coddam, codds, codger, coffee-shop, cog, cogged, coin, cold blood, cold coffee
Previous words in the dictionary: cocoa-nut, cocky, cocksure, cockshy, cocks, cockney, cockles, cocker, cocked-hat-shaped, cocked-hat-club

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