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(nautical) The upper fore corner of a boom sail or trysail.
Common misspelling of knock.
Attested since the 14th century, probably from a Scandinavian language (compare Swedish nock (“notch"), but compare Dutch nok.
Middle English nokke
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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