Etymology
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cockspur (n.)

"sharp spur on the leg of a male gallinaceous bird," 1590s, from cock (n.1) + spur (n.).

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Definitions of cockspur

cockspur (n.)
widely grown stout Old World hay and pasture grass;
Synonyms: orchard grass / cocksfoot / Dactylis glomerata
cockspur (n.)
small spiny West Indian tree;
Synonyms: Pisonia aculeata
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