Origin of pock
Examples from the Web for pock
The pimple is a diminutive hill or pock, and the pykes of Cumberland are the peaks of Derbyshire.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
Ye're like the miller's dog—ye lick your lips ere the pock be opened.The Proverbs of Scotland|Alexander Hislop
That her sister Magdalena was a small person, with a face likewise ugly and pock marked; other characteristics forgotten.Records of The Spanish Inquisition|Andrew Dickson White
It is made by utilising practically the entire lesion or pock on the heifer when it is in the vesicular stage.
"Went off in my pock—pocket," sobbed Snigs, trying to control his unmanly emotion.Six Girls and Bob|Marion Ames Taggart