A coarse woolen material utilized for flooring cloths to pay for rugs etc so named from city of Bocking in The united kingdomt where it absolutely was first-made
- A coarse woolen material, used for flooring cloths, to pay for rugs, etc.; -- so-called from town of Bocking, in The united kingdomt, in which it had been first made.
(n.) A coarse woolen material, used for floor cloths, to pay for rugs, etc.; -- so called through the town of Bocking, in England, in which it had been first-made.
Mosella, Bocking 1845, de la Ville de Mirmont (critical edition with translation) 1889, and De Ausonii Mosella, 1892, Hosius 1894.