Cock: as difined by Websters dictionary: Main Entry: 1cock
Etymology: Middle English cok, from Old English cocc, of imitative origin
1 a : the adult male of the domestic chicken (Gallus gallus) b : the male of birds other than the domestic chicken c : WOODCOCK d archaic : the crowing of a cock; also : COCKCROW e : WEATHERCOCK
2 : a device (as a faucet or valve) for regulating the flow of a liquid
3 a : a chief person : LEADER b : a person of spirit and often of a certain swagger or arrogance
4 a : the hammer in the lock of a firearm b : the cocked position of the hammer
5 usually vulgar : PENIS
- cock of the walk : one that dominates a group or situation especially overbearingly
~Saurus: derived from the Greek meaning lizard.
Cocksaurus: Definition from Saraland vernacular..... 1: Man, who's only means of thought, derives from his penis. 2: Manwhore of the most shady fashion. 3: compulsive cheater. 4: Git (for those of you not familer with british slang, "pussy")
Observation of the Cocksaurus in the natural habitat of Urban society requires but one thing: Moral obscurity, find the male who's moral compass doth not point north. Off the rack suits, smarmy swagger and french whorehouse chic cologne are small indicators that mark a Cocksaurus. Do not aproach the animal for any means. Horrible lies, shenainigans and walk of shame await thee if a heed is not taken.