- a judge; magistrate.
- a schoolmaster.
Origin of beak
Examples from the Web for beak
The key part of the costume, beyond the head-to-toe fabric, was the beak.It’s Not Time to Worry About China’s Plague Just Yet|Kent Sepkowitz|July 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Duck Dynasty congressman got caught sticking his beak in the wrong place.
I also like a bird's beak knife, for fiddly decorative things like making radish flowers and skinning apples in one long peel.
The braincase of the skull is crushed in three places as though by a raptor's beak.American Weasels|E. Raymond Hall
His nose was thin and bony, with a high arch, and sharp at the end, like the beak of a bird.Shaman|Robert Shea
I placed the beak of my shield over the head and neck of my horse, while I held the upper part over my own head.King Arthur's Knights|Henry Gilbert
He is a little wizened old man with a nose like a bird's beak and he wears huge thick spectacles.Servants of the Guns|Jeffery E. Jeffery
Beak short, slightly compressed and rounded at the tip, though more pointed than in Anomalopteryx.Extinct Birds|Walter Rothschild