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roc (RAHK) (noun)
A mythical bird of prey having enormous size and strength: A winged roc with golden wings was featured in the myth about the sailors who were shipwrecked in the Aegean Sea.
rock (RAHK) (noun)
1. A relatively hard, naturally formed mineral or petrified matter; stone: Andrew ordered a load of crushed rock to use in the driveway.
2. A naturally formed aggregate of mineral matter constituting a significant part of the earth's crust: The Laurentian Shield in Canada is a layer of granite rock in Northern Canada which makes it difficult for trees to grow.
3. Popular music which is typically amplified: Sabina and Steve were getting ready to attend a concert of rock at a club in the evening.
4. Used in phrases to say that something is hard, steady, reliable, etc.: Walter works out quite often at the fitness studio, which is why, when Jane touches his arm, she senses that it is almost as solid as a rock.
rock (RAHK) (verb)
To shake or to move back and forth: Ryan's mother started to rock the baby to sleep while sitting in the rocking chair.

The roc was perched on the outcropping rock near the sea and it appeared to rock in the breeze; or perhaps the roc was responding to the rock music from the cafe on the nearby side of the cliff.

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(Latin: stone, rock)
(Greek: stone, rock; hard consolidated mineral matter; hard matter formed from mineral and earth material; hard substance that is solid)
(Greek > Latin: stone, rock)
(Latin: rock, rocky, stone, broken rock, rough stone)
(Greek > Latin: rock lichen, seaweed; red paint, rouge)
Word Entries containing the term: “rock
aqueous rock
A sedimentary rock that is deposited in or by water.
This entry is located in the following unit: aqua-, aquatic-, aqui-, aqu-, -aquatically, aque-, -aqueous (page 5)
argillaceous rock
1. A sedimentary rock formed from clay deposits.
2. Rock formed from consolidated clay sediments.
This entry is located in the following unit: argill-, argillo- + (page 1)
geolith; rock-stratigraphic unit; lithologic unit; lithostratic unit; lithostratigraphic unit; rock unit
A lithologically (rocky) homogeneous body of strata characterized by certain observable physical features, or by the dominance of a certain rock type or combination of rock types.

Rock-stratigraphic units include groups, formations, members, and beds.

geostatic pressure, ground pressure, lithostatic pressure, rock pressure
The pressure of the weight of overburden exerted on a rock formation by movements of the earth.
This entry is located in the following units: geo-, ge- + (page 18) litho-, lith-, -lith, -lithic, -lite, -liths, -lites (page 5)
hard rock
This entry is located in the following unit: Pleonasms or Tautological Redundancies (page 10)
mantle rock, regolith
1. The layer of loose rock resting on bedrock, constituting the surface of most land.
2. The layer of disintegrated and decomposed rock fragments; including soil, just above the solid rock of the earth's crust.
pyroclastic rock
A rock that is composed of fragmented volcanic products ejected from volcanoes during explosive activities.
This entry is located in the following unit: pyro-, pyr- (page 2)