Definition funny of Wilcoxon:

urbanA man who is completely willing to suck or sit on another man's cock. The word is derivative of its parts, namely: "will," "cocks," and "on." In other words, a Wilcoxon is someone who "will" get "on" those "cocks."

urbanThat guy Tommy over there is a real Wilcoxon.


Songs about Wilcoxon:

songsWilcoxon Test by The Dynamic Duo from the Album The Dynamic Duo


Books about Wilcoxon:

booksThe Charley Wilcoxon Modern Rudimental Swing Solos (1941)

booksEthical, Legal, and Professional Issues in the Practice of Marriage and Family Therapy, Updated (5th Edition)... by Allen P Wilcoxon (Jan 17, 2012)

booksWilcoxon sweet and sour pork ribs: Wilcoxon sweet and sour pork ribs by hongchu gan (May 2, 2014)

booksBy Allen Wilcoxon - Ethical, Legal and Professional Issues in the Practice of Marriage and Family Therapy: 4th... (Jul 26, 2007)

books10300202 - The All-American Drummer by Charley Wilcoxon (1945) Paperback by Charley Wilcoxon (1011)

booksCharley Wilcoxon Drum Method

booksLionheart in Hollywood by Henry Wilcoxon and Katherine Orrison (Dec 1, 1991)


Movies about Wilcoxon:

moviesThat Hamilton Woman Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier, Henry Wilcoxon - Runtime: 2 hrs 8 mins Directed by: Alexander Korda

moviesCleopatra Claudette Colbert; Warren William; Henry WIlcoxon 1987 - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins Directed by: Cecil B. DeMille

moviesJOHNNY DOUGHBOY - DVD - Jane Withers, Henry Wilcoxon -



Wiki information Wilcoxon:

Henry Wilcoxon
Actor, Person, TV Actor, Influence Node, Author, Film actor, Deceased Person, Film producer, TV Personality

Henry Wilcoxon was an actor born in Roseau, Dominica, British West Indies, and best known as a leading man in many of Cecil B. DeMille's films, also serving as DeMille's associate producer on his later films.

Wilcoxon signed-rank test

The Wilcoxon signed-rank test is a non-parametric statistical hypothesis test used when comparing two related samples, matched samples, or repeated measurements on a single sample to assess whether their population mean ranks differ. It can be used...