|Origin:||cockney 'male chicken's egg, child treated too well, person who lives in a town' (14-19 centuries), from cocken 'of cocks' + ey 'egg' (11-16 centuries) (from Old English æg)|
Related topics: Geography
cock‧ney , Cockney
someone who comes from the east part of London, and who has a particular way of speaking which is typical of working class people who live there
a way of speaking English that is typical of working class people in the east part of London
She has a broad cockney accent.