Definition of maracock in US English:

maracock

noun

historical
  • The fruit of any of certain American passion flowers, especially the may-pop, Passiflora incarnata, of the southern United States, and the grenadilla, P. quadrangularis, of tropical America.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Simon Forman (1552–1611), astrologer and medical practitioner. Perhaps from Virginia Algonquian.

Pronunciation

maracock

/ˈmarəkɒk/