These people are usually able to maintain relationships with multiple conflicting social groups at the same time with ease. Occasionally nocks will favour one group or the other and become valued in the group by filling a role others could not with out becoming alienated. Alternatively nocks may forgo interaction with social groups all together to focus on more personal, isolated individual relationships.
"Nock" might also be used to describe someone who can mix with any nearly crowd, or fits in with many tight cliques including, but not limited to jocks, nerds, preps, artsy, etc. or who posseses many of the traits common in different groups.
"In every sense, even socially, he's a jack-of-all-trades; he's a nock."
I bring my nocks, No biggie!
Where's your nocks Gabe?
2) The small groove at the back end of the
3) The act of placing the string of the bow into the groove in the back of the arrow, usually in preparation to fire the arrow from the bow.
2) "Now locate the nock and position it over the string about halfway along the string-length."
3) "Now nock your arrow."