MEANING: noun:
1. Any of various birds of prey.
2. A greedy person, especially one who preys on others.

ETYMOLOGY: Of uncertain origin, perhaps from Old English putta (hawk). Earliest documented use: 1175.

PUTROCK - what one does on the gravestone of a respected forebear

PUTT ICK - My golf game stinks today; I can't hole anything

PET TOCK - but be careful you don't get Lome disease