Origin of Rok
Definition for rok (2 of 2)
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To the ROK and U.S. soldiers stationed in the JSA, it is unironically referred to as Freedom Village.Propaganda, Protest, and Poisonous Vipers: The Cinema War in Korea|Rich Goldstein|December 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Rocta, rok′ta, n. a medieval musical instrument, resembling the violin.
Roccus, rok′us, n. a genus of serranoid fishes, including the rock-fish or striped bass of the United States.
He will be a domestik man, and will kno how to rok the kradle and pare potatoze.Josh Billings' Old Farmer's Allminax|Henry Wheeler Shaw
The Rok is no longer used in England, though still common in the North.Romantic Ballads|George Borrow