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  Dictionary Definition of rock

Rock
noun the,
1. Uluru (Ayers Rock).
2. Gibraltar.
rock [1]
noun
1. Geology a. mineral matter of various composition, consolidated or unconsolidated, assembled in masses or considerable quantities in nature, as by the action of heat ( igneous rock ), or of water, air, or ice ( sedimentary rock ), or by the structural alteration of either of these two types by natural agencies of pressure and heat ( metamorphic rock ). b. a particular kind of such matter.
2. a large mass of stone forming an eminence, cliff, or the like.
3. stone in the mass.
4. a stone of any size.
5. something resembling or suggesting a rock.
6. a firm foundation or support: the Lord is my rock.
7. a hard sweet made in various flavours, as peppermint, usually long and cylindrical in shape.
8. ( often cap. ) Colloquial a jewel, especially a diamond.
-- phrase
9. get one's rocks off, Colloquial to have an orgasm.
10. have rocks in one's head, Colloquial to be very stupid.
11. on the rocks, a. on rocks, as a shipwrecked vessel. b. Colloquial into or in a state of disaster or ruin. c. (of spirits) neat with ice cubes: Scotch on the rocks.
[ME rokk ( e ), OE -rocc, from ML rocca ]
-- rocklike, adjective