brock

[brok]
noun
a European badger.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English brok, Old English broc badger < Celtic; compare Irish, Scots Gaelic broc, Welsh broch

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brock (brɒk)
 
n
a Brit name, used esp as a form of address in stories, for badger
 
[Old English broc, of Celtic origin; compare Welsh broch]

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brock
O.E. brocc "badger," a borrowing from Celtic (cf. O.Ir. brocc, Welsh broch). After c.1400, often with the adjective stinking, and meaning "a low, dirty fellow."
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Example sentences for brock
Aj brock describes them as representing the foundation and apex respectively.
Despite his lack of an extensive formal education, brock appreciated its
  importance.
Though noted as a handsome man who enjoyed the company of women, brock never
  married.
His friends were shocked, as brock was a large target, and his opponent an
  expert shot.
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