Crossword clues for cox
- Wally of ''Mister Peepers''
- Surname a 5th grader might snicker at
- Steersman, for short
- Shell man, for short
- Shell helmsman
- She tacked on "Arquette" in 1999
- Sarcastic doctor on "Scrubs"
- Rowing team steerer
- Rowing crew leader, for short
- Regatta chief
- Racing boat steerer
- Position in crew, informally
- Nixon son-in-law
- Member of a crew, informally
- Longtime Aniston co-star
- Laverne of "Orange Is the New Black"
- Geller portrayer on "Friends"
- Crew leader, informally
- Crew boss, briefly
- Courteney who played Monica on "Friends"
- Courteney of "Friends" fame
- Courteney of "Dirt"
- Courteney of "Cougar Town"
- Courteney of 'Cougar Town'
- Castmate of Kudrow and Aniston
- Braves manager Bobby
- Boat race steersman
- Big name in cable TV
- Actress, Courteney ... Arquette
- Actress Courtney of Friends
- Actor Wally
- Actor Brian who starred in 2017's "Churchill"
- A star of "Friends"
- "Stroke!" shouter, for short
- "Stroke!" shouter, briefly
- "Sid & Nancy" director Alex
- "Orange is the New Black" star Laverne
- "Orange Is the New Black" co-star and trans activist Laverne
- "Friends" costar
- "Friend" Courteney
- "Cougar Town" star Courteney
- "Cougar Town" co-star Courteney
- "Cougar Town" actress Courteney
- 'Cougar Town' star Courteney
- 'Cougar Town' star
- Tricia Nixon _____
- "Friends" co-star Courteney
- Actress Courteney who was once married to David Arquette
- Crew member
- Tricia Nixon's married name
- Watergate prosecutor Archibald
- Loser to Harding in 1920
- Crew leader, for short
- ___ Newspapers (media chain)
- Harding's 1920 opponent
- Stroking coordinator
- 1920 Democratic presidential nominee
- Boat navigator, informally
- Crew's director
- Crew chief
- Sportsperson who may take a bow?
- Either of two related enzymes that control the production of prostaglandins and are blocked by aspirin
- The helmsman of a ship's boat or a racing crew
- Wally or Archibald
- Tricia Nixon now
- Harding beat him
- Tricia or Archibald
- In a team he doesn't pull his weight
- Courteney of "Friends" pre-Arquette
- "Friends" actress Courtney
- "Friends" actress Courteney
- Crew director
- 'Friends' cast member
- One in a shell
- "Friends" star
- Watergate prosecutor
- Rowing team member
- Direct the crew
- Wally of "Mister Peepers"
- Shell figure
- Rowing team leader, for short
- Rowing team leader
- Crew leader, briefly
- Courteney who danced in a Springsteen video
- Courteney of 'Friends'
- Courteney of ''Dirt''
- "Friends" cast member
- ''Friends'' co-star
- Wally of "Mr. Peepers"
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Cox \Cox\ (k?ks), n. [OE. cokes. Cf. Coax.] A coxcomb; a simpleton; a gull. [Obs.]
Go; you're a brainless cox, a toy, a fop.
--Beau. & Fl. [1913 Webster] ||
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
surname, from early 16c., earlier Cocks (c.1300), in many cases from cock (n.1), which apparently was used as a personal name in Old English, also as a familiar term for a boy, later used of apprentices, servants, etc. Perhaps in some cases for the sign of an inn. In some cases perhaps from cook (n.), or Welsh coch "red."
n. (acronym of cyclooxygenase English)
v. act as the coxswain, in a boat race
Cox may refer to:
- Coxswain (rowing) in a boat crew
- Cox (surname), including people with the name
- Cox's Orange Pippin, a variety of apple
- Cox's Criminal Cases, British law reports
The surname Cox is of English or Welsh origin, and may have originated independently in several places in Great Britain, with the variations arriving at a standard spelling only later. There are also two native Irish surnames which were anglicised into Cox.
An early record of the surname dates from 1556 with the marriage of Alicea Cox at St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London. Cox is the 69th-most common surname in the United Kingdom.
Usage examples of "cox".
Instead, he carried a satellite pager, so Cox could get messages to him all over the world, but it was receive only.
Davy finished threading his way through the entrance foyer and into the side room, he found Brian Cox sitting near a front window with a newspaper open, but not lifted quite high enough to block his view of the restaurant.
Davy could tell Cox had spotted him first, probably while he was still on the street.
Davy rolled sideways through the water and fetched up against a storefront security grating facing back toward Cox and the street.
While they were in the foyer, Cox pitched a chair through the front window, threw his companion over his shoulder, and left through the window.
The witnesses heard distant gunshots and when our alert team arrived they found Cox a block and a half away, dead.
Brian Cox had died and, possibly, the place where Davy might have been seen last.
Brian Cox in front of him, was one of those who made him a prisoner, tortured him, kept him away from Millie.
George Cox was leaning against the wall cleaning his fingernails with a jackknife.
THE TIME THE TWO men arrived at the Oceanus House, Masters had filled Cox in on the Carter investigation.
The two men stopped before a warped and peeling door while Cox inserted the key into the lock.
George Cox stood at the bar, shoulders rounded, his shark mouth clamped on a wet cigar.
Watching Evelyn Parks when Cox spoke, he had seen her flinch as if she had been slapped.
For a moment she had thought of herself as respectable, but Cox had destroyed the illusion.
I get the impression that Cox knew a lot about this place and the people in it.