noun, plural jock·os.
Origin of jocko
Definition for jocko (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for jocko
Jocko was grinning and cringing, with sharp, sudden squeals for pity when he saw Polly.
A slightly upward curl of Jocko's tail testified to his sympathy.Children of the Tenements|Jacob A. Riis
Jocko would not come down until he had finished his work; for he was busily engaged in tearing poor Bella's bonnet into fragments.
Poor Jocko, as I hinted at before, came finally to grief in a very sad way.Tom Finch's Monkey|John C. Hutcheson
But Jocko, not thinking so, chattered and scolded, wrinkling up his eyelids and showing all his teeth at her.