Meaning of daddock in English:

daddock

noun

dialect British, Midlands English, US
  • Rotten or decayed wood; a piece of rotten wood; a rotten tree or log. Also formerly more fully "†daddock wood".

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Miles Smith (d. 1624), bishop of Gloucester. From a first element of unknown origin + -ock.

Pronunciation

daddock

/ˈdadək/