n. (surname: from=given names)
Adcock is an English surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Alfred Adcock (1916-2005), English cricketer
- Arthur St. John Adcock (1864–1930), English novelist, journalist and poet
- Betty Adcock, American poet
- Clarence Lionel Adcock (1895-1967), American Army Officer
- Eddie Adcock, American bluegrass musician
- Fleur Adcock (born 1934), New Zealand poet
- Frank Adcock, British engineer, inventor of the Adcock antenna
- Sir Frank Adcock (1886–1968), English classical historian
- Hugh Adcock (1903-1975), English footballer
- Jamar Adcock (1917–1999), American politician and banker
- Jed Adcock (born 1985), Australian rules footballer
- Joe Adcock (1927–1999), Major League Baseball player
- Levy Adcock, American football player
- Nathan Adcock (baseball), Major League Baseball player
- Neil Adcock (1931–2013), South African cricketer
- Willis Adcock (1922–2003), American chemist and electrical engineer
Usage examples of "adcock".
This is Governor Adcock, speaking to you from the state capital at Harrisburg.
Patrice Adcock (see backgrounder file) hired him as copilot on her mission to Starlab.
When he pointed out to Pat Adcock that he could be more use in research than fixing squeaky drawers, she reluctantly agreed to allow him to do an occasional literature search.
When my uncle Max Adcock, the not-very-successful buccaneer capitalist, told me about the next great stock raid or franchise operation that was going to make him rich at last, if only Uncle Cubby would help him out with a little seed capital, I always listened.