brock

[brok] /brɒk/
noun
1.
a European badger.
Origin
before 1000; Middle English brok, Old English broc badger < Celtic; compare Irish, Scots Gaelic broc, Welsh broch
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.
Despite this complete success, brock felt he needed to go further.
Brock thus decided to use a series of tricks to intimidate hull.
Published despatches by brock relating to the capture of fort detroit.
British Dictionary definitions for brock
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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Word Origin and History for brock
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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