[ prin-koks, pring- ]
/ ˈprɪn kɒks, ˈprɪŋ- /
a self-confident young fellow; coxcomb.
- principle of least action,
- principle of mathematical induction,
- principle of superposition,
- principle of virtual work,
- pringle's disease,
- print bar,
- print journalism
Also prin·cock [prin-kok, pring-] /ˈprɪn kɒk, ˈprɪŋ-/.
Origin of princox
First recorded in 1530–40; origin uncertain
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Examples from the Web for princox
Princox, I would have you lie with me: I do not love to lie alone.
Indeed, if they be well-laid, Princox, one cannot get them up again in haste.
Precise and learned Princox, dost not thou go to Blackfriars?