What does the name Chock mean? Find out below.
Etymology: F. choquer. Cf. Shock (v. t.)
From Anglo-Norman choque (compare modern Norman chouque), from Gaulish *śokka (compare Breton soc’h (“thick”), Old Irish tócht (“part, piece”)).
French choquer. Compare shock (transitive verb).
chock was also found in the following language(s): Swedish
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People with the last name Chock are most frequently White, Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander, or Two or More Ethnicities