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haycock

[ hey-kok ]
/ ˈheɪˌkɒk /
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noun
a small conical pile of hay stacked in a hayfield while the hay is awaiting removal to a barn.
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Origin of haycock

late Middle English word dating back to 1425–75; see origin at hay, cock3
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haycock
/ (ˈheɪˌkɒk) /

noun
a small cone-shaped pile of hay left in the field until dry enough to carry to the rick or barn
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