1. A word in the play Hamlet meaning, 'peacock'. Peacocks had a bad reputation in Shakespeare's day...

2. One who behaves in a disgustingly fickle manner, often without any warning and for no reason at all.
Polly is being a pajock today...
作者 Shawn B. 2003年12月06日

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