1) A pail or bucket, usually made of wood, and listed in inventories with other ‘wood vessel’.
1549 a kytte, a collocke, Rawmarsh
1588 three standes, thre collockes, one flasket, two kittes, five tubbes, Dalton
1609 knopps, collockes, kymlinges, piggens, dishes and cans, Bowland. Roger Couper was making collokes in Sowerby in 1337. ‘Bochecollock’ or collock-mender occurred as a by-name from the thirteenth century: 1241-52 Symon Bothocolock [sic], Broughton. One other meaning of collock seems to have escaped attention. In many early wills it was clearly a small silver object, perhaps a casket: 1391 j pecia argenti vocata collok, Scarborough
1419 lego unum collokke de argento eidem Johanni, Halsham
1444 Item lego eidem j collok argenteum pond. viij unc. ixd, Beverley.